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SAWZALL Demolition Nail-Embedded Wood and Metal Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blade Set (13 Piece)

  • Blades cut through wood, metal, and multi-material
  • Ideal for performing demolition work
  • Features a durable and convenient case for blade storage
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Made for a broad range of professional applications is the Milwaukee 13-Piece Sawzall reciprocating saw blade set. The wood cutting saw blades are equipped with Fangt Tip and Nail Guard technology to extend life and increase durability in nail-embedded wood. Torch demolition metal cutting blades provide 5X blade life and facilitate tough cuts. They also feature Grid Iron technology for increased blade stiffness. This set includes a jobsite case for convenient blade storage, too. The metal cutting blades feature Tough Neck ribs that strengthen the blade tang and minimize breakage. The reciprocating saw blades in the set are ideal for a variety of professional applications, including general use and demolition.
  • Wood cutting blades have a 5 TPI design for fast aggressive cuts
  • Wood-cutting blades with FANG TIP and NAIL GUARD technology to extend blade life and increase durability in nail-embedded wood
  • Optimized tooth design providing longer life than standard bi-metal blades
  • SAWZALL blades Tough Neck ribs strengthen the blade's tang and minimize breakage
  • Grid Iron honeycomb pattern increases blade rigidity to resist blade buckling
  • 1/2 in. Universal tang
  • Durable jobsite storage case holds up to 9-in. blades
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Specifications

Details

Color Family
White
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Number in Package
13
Power Tool Accessory Type
Reciprocating Saw Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Blade Material
BiMetal
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Will these blades fit the Black

Asked by Mike May 23, 2021
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Hello Mike. Yes they will.

Would this fit my makita sawzall

Asked by Essie February 10, 2021
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Hi, it will fit or not depending on the saw blade base. Look at the blades that do fit then look at the base of the replacement blades, if the base is the same then it will fit in the saw.

how many cases come with this 26 piece set and will it/they hold all the blades?

Asked by Exnavynuc62 January 20, 2021
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Hi there! The SAWZALL Wood and Metal Cutting Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blade Set (26-Piece) (#49-22-1110-49-22-1216) includes one case.

Where are these blades made? Thank you.

Asked by MC January 7, 2021
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Not good

Can I use these blades with a dewalt cordless sawzall?

Asked by Carla December 22, 2020
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Does this work with - SKIL 9216-01 9 Amp Reciprocating Saw

Asked by Rodney0523 December 10, 2020
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Yes. They will work your saw.

Is this Milwaukee SAWZALL blade compatible on a Ryobi Reciprocating Saw?

Asked by Grant October 21, 2020
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I do not know specifically about the Ryobi, but I have not run into compatibility issues with sawzall blades with my DeWalt. I am under the impression that they are standardized across many brands.

Does this fit the BLACK+DECKER 20-Volt MAX Cordless Reciprocating Saw?

Asked by Plum October 5, 2020
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Hello PLUM, I'm unaware of any sawzall these blades don't fit. What I would do is go to Home Depot's website, look for your saw, and see what blades it lists for the saw. That way you can be sure. Best of luck !

Will one of these blades cut through a paver block for a patio?

Asked by SawBladeWonderer August 18, 2020
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No.

will these blades fit my Ryobi CS18506N190345 saw?

Asked by Amateur August 1, 2020
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There basically only two types of blades. Look at the ends on the blades and see if they match

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Customer Reviews

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10 extra blades, it's a deal
10 blades with additional 10 extra blades at same cost as the other models. It's a deal. 20 blades and a carrying case under $20 really satisfied. The blades are majority thin keef, fine teeth for thin metals, plastic, drywall. It's great for m12 hackzall. They do wear fast when cutting heavier metals and such. Still cant pass up the deal when your almost out of blades.
by falcon
Excellent quality and the case helps to keep the blades organized and protected.
Excellent quality and the case helps to keep the blades organized and protected.
by Shelf
1 person found this helpful
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by HomeDepotCustomer
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These blades get the job done. The selection will cover most projects and they fit well into stan...
These blades get the job done. The selection will cover most projects and they fit well into standard reciprocating saws. I just started rebuilding a deck and I found the long one worked well for tearing off the old boards. The blade tore right through the nails and screws that were in the way. They did not bend as other brands have and held up to the demolition job.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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This is a review of Milwaukee's Item #49-22-5505 5 pc carbide-tooth recip saw blades. Included in...
This is a review of Milwaukee's Item #49-22-5505 5 pc carbide-tooth recip saw blades. Included in the kit are: 2 ea 9" 5 tpi wood [and cement board] blades; 2 ea 6" 7 tpi metal blades; and 1 9" 7 tpi metal blade. The metal blades are good for cutting soft steel up to 1/2" thick as well as stainless, cast iron. In the first week of use, I was very impressed how well the 9" 5 tpi "wood" blade did cutting through the dirt-embedded roots of a crepe myrtle ... I know I would have gone through dozens of those cheap 'pruning' all-steel blades. I also had no problems cutting through 4" ABS pipe with either of the 9" blades. I've used the 6" metal blades to hack through pig iron [gas line pipe] rather than beat myself up with a true pipecutter. At first I thought they were a little pricey, but they'll treat you well if you don't abuse them. The teeth aren't the most aggressive, but they'll last.
by Blackbeered
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Great wood and metal cutting reciprocating saw blade set. The set includes 3 large blades (two w...
Great wood and metal cutting reciprocating saw blade set. The set includes 3 large blades (two wood and one thick metal) and two small blades (thick metal). There is no included case. The carbide teeth allow the blades to easily cut through wood and metal with ease. So far, the blades have worked great in my Milwaukee sawzall and the blades seem to be holding up well without any noticeable wear.
by MedSchoolDIY
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The Milwaukee SAWZALL blades comes with 2 blades that are made for nails in embedded wood, 1 blad...
The Milwaukee SAWZALL blades comes with 2 blades that are made for nails in embedded wood, 1 blade for thick metal, as well as 2 shorter blades for thick metal. I used the blades in my Milwaukee reciprocating saw as well as my Craftsman and the blades worked fine in both. I have only had them a short time, but they seem like they are going to last a while.
by BSC
I have burned through several reciprocating saw blades during my "heavy DIY" work I have been doi...
I have burned through several reciprocating saw blades during my "heavy DIY" work I have been doing as part of a major home renovation. Part of that project has required several instances of cutting into wall studs and subfloors, of course which include framing nails. I had found that other brands of saw blades seem to be only good for a few uses, then they lose their cutting ability rather quickly. Anticipating this I liked that this product included several blades together. However, after a few uses of the wood blade, it still cuts rather well and seems to hold up better than other brands. I have yet to try the metal blades, but will likely use them to cut 1.5 inch EMT for my next electrical project. The blades will quickly look bad as they will lose the paint job on the surface, but they still work just fine.
by PaulB
1 person found this helpful
I've used these Bi-Metal blades for a while now and they are really nice, I'm very happy with t...
I've used these Bi-Metal blades for a while now and they are really nice, I'm very happy with them! This set 49-22-1110) is a true bargain at under $15 and it comes with a case that can hold all 10 blades plus another 8 if needed. I was originally just going to get a few of the shorter blades as I only had the longer 12" Milwaukee blades, but this kit was so inexpensive that it was a no brainer! In the past I've used these for demo work and they last & last, the only thing that I found was they cannot bend as much as cheaper blades (those bend more than 30+ degrees). If you are trying to cut thru nail embedded wood, these wood blades are great for that! See in the pics below the aggressive teeth on the wood/nail blades and also the first tooth design (point) that makes it easier to plunge cut, very nice!. This set makes it so hand to grab the right blade, no more looking thru the bottom of the tool bag for 5 minutes for the right blade! LOL Blades included: (3) 6" Thin Metal cutting blades from 1/16"- 3 1/6" 24 TPI (3) 6" Metal cutting blades from 1/4"- 7/16" 14 TPI (1) 9" Metal cutting blade 18 TPI (1) 9" Wood/nail cutting blade 5 TPI (2) 6" Wood/nail cutting blades 5 TPI If you found this review helpful please check the box, thanks! MikeTheReviewer
by MikeTheReviewer
44 people found this helpful
Nice assortment of blades for my new Recip. Saw....
Nice assortment of blades for my new Recip. Saw.
by PETEPA
1 person found this helpful
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