Saker Reciprocating Saw Blade 2021
Slice through wood, bricks,and drywall in an ultra-fine cut with the precision of professional machinery.
With our saker reciprocating saw blades, you will get your project done quickly without hiring a specialist.
Due to our efficient design, the amount of dust is reduced to the absolute minimum.
More than 100,000 saker reciprocity saw blades sold
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Thousands of projects finished with ultimate precision
Our saker reciprocating saw blades feature large tooth pitches, which makes for accurate and easy cutting. The thin pitch will offer a fast and accurate cutting.
Because of the bi-metal blade in combination with the tiny carbide teeth, our product is extremely heat-resistant and impact-resistant, guaranteeing long endurance.
Our carbide teeth are designed for cutting highly abrasive mineral-based materials, and in combination with the large tooth pitches, it provides a quick and precise cutting edge.
The extra-wide body and extra-thick gauge material (1.5mm/0.05” thickness, and 5.2mm/0.20 width), ensures ultimate stability and extends the use time dramatically.
Our saker reciprocating saw blade is designed to reduce the amount of dust to the bare minimum so you can cut far more efficiently, more often, and more cleanly, even within your own home
The saker reciprocating saw blade features a universal shank, which will fit any brand of reciprocating saw including Dewalt, Freud Dado, Diablo, and similar brands
This saker reciprocating saw blade was designed for extreme cutting in high-performance applications, and can be used for construction, renovation, or demolition work.
The saw can cut through (nail-free) wood, brick, porous concrete (aerated concrete), limestone, cement composite boards, drywall, plaster, plastic, masonry, and similar materials.
A reciprocating saw is one of the most useful power tools you’ll ever own for construction, renovation and demolition work. It can be used to cut nail-free wood,masonry, plaster and drywall, porous concrete, and varieties of bricks.
Build quality appears to be quite good. they stay rigid and don't flop around as much as you might imagine, even at full RPM. Overall, I'm quite pleased with these blades. They cut aggressively through soft stone and bricks in my testing. The quality of the cut is smooth. They are easy to control for an accurate cut. They seem to be well made and durable.
These blades worked great on brick and soft stone. The smallest of the 4 blades worked better on wood as its teeth are set at a sharper angle. The blades have individual carbide teeth like a circular saw blade. All my other reciprocating saw blades are just stamped or cut from a piece of steel. So I think these could possibly be re-sharpened when they get dull.
The design of these blades does indeed work quite well on soft stone and bricks. I never tried them on hard concrete. But I think they'd work fine on porous concrete blocks and make a lot less dust than an angle grinder or masonry saw. Maybe a smoother cut as well. overall, it is a great tool for me, love it so much.