Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit – 20 Piece with Tool Pouch

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The MILWAUKEE Universal Fit OPEN-LOK 20-Piece Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Kit offers users an assortment of the top-selling oscillating blades. The Titanium Enhanced Bi-Metal Blades use premium high-speed steel and last up to 15X longer than standard high carbon steel blades. The 1-3/8 -inch Bi-Metal Multi-Material Blade is ideal for smooth cuts in wood & nails, PVC, and drywall. The 1-1/8 -inch Bi-Metal Metal Blade is ideal for smooth cuts in soft metal, wood, nails, PVC, and drywall. The oscillating wood blades feature aggressive, precision ground teeth for fast cuts in wood, drywall, and PVC. The segmented wood blade is great at maintaining a long straight cut, cutting up to corners and flush cutting. The 3-1/2 -inch Triangle Sanding Pad with 60, 120, and 240 grit sandpaper for detail sanding on wood or paint. This oscillating tool blade kit is designed with global materials and includes a zipper storage pouch.


  • Universal Fit OPEN-LOK Anchor for quick blade changes
  • Titanium enhanced bi-metal for up to 15x longer life vs high carbon steel blades
  • High carbon steel aggressive teeth for fast cuts in soft materials
  • Raised Open-Lok Anchor For Flush Cutting
  • Cut-Away Blade Body Shape For Fast Plunge Cuts
  • 3-1/2 -inch Triangle sanding pad and paper
  • Secure hook & loop connection for quick changes
  • (4) 60 Grit, (4) 120 Grit, & (4) 240 Grit 3-1/2 in. Triangle Sandpaper
  • Protective black oxide coating and long lasting laser etching for clear and easy blade identification
  • Includes: (3) 1-3/8″ Wood Blades, (1) 2-1/2″ Wood Blade, (1) 3-1/2″ Segmented Wood Blade, (1) 1-3/8″ Multi-Material BiM Blade, (1) 1-1/8″ Metal BiM Blade, (1) 3-1/2″ Triangle Sanding Pad, (4) 3-1/2″ Triangle Sandpaper 60grit, (4) 3-1/2″ Triangle Sandpaper 120grit, (4) 3-1/2″ Triangle Sandpaper 240grit and tool pouch




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