Diablo Starlock 1-1/4 In. Carbide Oscillating Blade for Metal (3-Pack)

1-1/4" METAL BLADEModel # DOS125CF3

Item #345565
UPC: 00008925155362
$43.99
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Diablo Starlock 1-1/4 In. Carbide Oscillating Blade for Metal (3-Pack)

1-1/4" METAL BLADEModel # DOS125CF3

Item #345565
UPC: 00008925155362
$43.99
In-store price may vary from online price. Not all products available at all stores.
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    Estimated pickup day: 12/3/2021
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Product Details
BrandDiablo
MaterialCarbide
Width1-1/4 In.
Plunge Depth1-1/2 In.
UPC00008925155362
Package Quantity3
Unit of MeasurementEach
Country of OriginSwitzerland
Starlock carbide oscillating blades feature application specific designs that deliver extreme durability and superior cutting life in general purpose cuts: nail-embedded wood, clean wood, metal and plastics. High-performance carbide teeth deliver an unmatched up to 50X longer cutting life versus standard bi-metal blades. Curve contact edge creates a pilot for precise, clean plunge cuts with less vibration. An optimized blade design and Black I.C.E. (Industrial Cooling Element) keeps the teeth cool and build up free for fast, clean cuts. Tool free quick-change interface fits Fein and other Starlock tools; also compatible with non-Starlock multi-tools.
  • High performance carbide for greater durability and up to 50X longer life versus standard bi-metal blades
  • Curve Contact Edge for precise, clean plunge cuts with less vibration
  • Black I.C.E. coated teeth for heat resistance, long life and superior chip evacuation
  • 1-1/2 In. cutting depth
  • Maximum performance in cordless and corded Fein and other Starlock tools
  • Also compatible with non-Starlock multi-tools from AEG, Bosch, Festool, Makita, Metabo, Milwaukee, Ridgid and Rockwell
  • Not compatible with Craftsman, Dewalt, Dremel, Hart or Porter-Cable
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