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Diablo Steel Demon Reciprocating Saw Blades

By: Jodi Marks
Jodi Marks holding Diablo Steel Demon reciprocating saw blade in Home Depot store.

Jodi Marks with carbide tipped Diablo Steel Demon reciprocating saw blade.

Diablo Steel Demon reciprocating saw blades are the first carbide tipped blades that are made for cutting hard metals up to 1/2” thick, including cast iron, high-strength alloy, and stainless steel.

The 1” wide blade body and Perma-Shield non-stick coating allows for straighter cuts with less vibration

Diablo Steel Demon recip saw blades last up to 20 times longer than standard bi-metal blades and are available at The Home Depot.

Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: Yes, my recip saw is one of my favorite power tools. However, I will tell you my biggest complaint with a recip saw are that the blades don’t last very long. This is the Diablo Steel Demon blade.

Let me tell you what all this little bad boy can do, what this little demon can do. This is perfect for cutting really thick metals. It can cut from 3/16 of an inch all the way up to a half-inch.

Well, you may be asking yourself, “OK, Jodi, that’s fine, but what kind of steel or metal is it going to be cutting?” Well, you can cut cast iron—that’s impressive. You can also cut high-strength alloy. You can also cut stainless steel.

And again, my biggest complaint is that these blades wear down very quickly. Not this one. This actually lasts 20 times longer than a standard blade.

So, you know what, I’ll be quite frank with you. It doesn’t really matter what recip saw you have, it’s the blades that count. And this one definitely makes the grade.



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