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Pay your money and take a chance
on 5 May 2013
I am a carpenter and get through quite a lot of multi tool blades on various jobs.
I thought I would give these a go as they are cheaper than the Fein blades. They are good value as in price to use but not as good as the Fein blades.
Pros. they do the job and if like me, you sum times cut through skirting and then hit the brick wall behind blunting a new blade that cost a lot of money these are an ideal replacment for such tasks as they are half the cost of the Fein ones.
Cons. They do not have as many postions of sitting on the Multimaster only rotating through 90 deg. not 45 deg and 90 deg as the Fein ones. They are fine for thin timber or softwood but give them a piece of oak or thick timber and they will shake your hand off as you cut and show you why the Fein ones are much better if not a lot more money.
Summary buy these as they have their use and always have sum in the tool box as well as sum Fein ones. Its like having some cheap paint brushes with you when you are a painter for use when you want to paint something once and throw them away after wards.