Rated 5 out of
Know it all
Bought this as my other blade was done. Checked the specs all looked good so bought it. I am using this for cutting pallets up for firewood, so not a hard job.
No, not if u put the blade in the wrong way that is.
I never really thought which direction the blade turns!! I took out my last blade and put the new blade in the same way or so I thought. I put the printed side pointing outward. So the blade would be cutting from top to bottom. But rather the blade (on my saw) cuts from bottom to top. Which means the printed side of the blade won't be seen, the blank part of the blade is the bit that sticks out or is seen on mine.
I know u may call me silly and I agree but I thought I would put this up as I'm sure I'm not the only one out their.
Screwfix staff were brilliant and so was my wife as pointing this out but I was so sure I was right.
Can't say how well it preformed cus and changed it to a different blade but I am going to get it again to try fully.
Silly stupid me!
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 5 out of
TITAN saw blade
I've used these blades for both my chop saw and circular saw. Sharp with a good working life. Cheap enough not to worry about re- sharpening . Gives a clean cut with little splintering.
Date published: 2016-05-02
Rated 4 out of
I bought this blade as it was the only course cutting blade available in 180mm diameter. Despite it being listed under the course cut category, I was very surprised at the clean finish it left when ripping my American white oak. It required very little planing or sanding. The blade performed well and only time will tell how long it lasts. My only complaint was with the reducing rings supplied......machined to a very poor tolerance resulting in the ring being slightly thicker than the blade itself which prevented my saw from being able to be tightened properly. I had to file the reducing ring down slightly before I could proceed but once that was done it was fine.
Date published: 2013-03-29