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Diablo 7-1/4″ Framing Saw Blade Review

John Malecki

Diablo 7-1/4″ Framing Saw Blade Review

If you're looking for a framing blade for your circ. saw, look no further!

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Jun 18, 2018

Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 24-Teeth Tracking Point Framing Saw Blade

The world of circular saw blades is vast and ever changing. With what seems like hundreds of options at the home store, how can you possibly choose. I typically consider a few things. First, Quality, am I purchasing something that isn't “junk”. Secondly, Price, compared to the market is the price fair? Lastly, am I getting a deal? When it comes to the new Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 24-Teeth Tracking Point Framing Saw Blade I have got to say right off the bat, I truly believe its if not The Best, its one of the top 3 all purpose saw 7 ¼ saw blades on the market. Check out some of the new and improved features of the Diablo 7-1/4" Saw Blade below.

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Diablo 7-1-4 in. X 24-Teeth Tracking Saw Blade

SPECIFICATIONS:

One of the big selling points about this blade is the maximum life and durability of the blade itself. This blade has 5x longer cutting life versus standard blades with 2x increased durability in nail-embedded wood applications. Basically, you’re saving yourself from having to go out and buy multiple blades just to get through one project. The blade also incorporates Diablo’s one-of-a-kind tracking point tooth grind which optimizes cutting performance. It is the only blade on the market to include tracking point tooth technology which provides 65% more efficiency in corded and cordless saws. This technology provides you with straighter and more efficient cuts versus other blades. While you shouldn’t be expecting a smooth cut with a 24-tooth design, this blade will aggressively and quickly clear material. Another cool feature that this blade uses is a stablizer laser cuts vent. This is used to reduce cutting vibration and provide precision to once again ensure professional, accurate cuts. When you look at the life and durability of this blade, combined with the tracking point technology, you really can’t ask for much more. So the next thing you’re probably wondering is how much does something like this cost….

PRICE:

The Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 24-Teeth Tracking Point Framing Saw Blade out at $9.97 for a single 24 tooth blade, I feel this is extremely reasonably priced. You can also grab a 10 pack for $89.97. When you think about the fact that you will only need one or two of these to get through a project, the pricing really can’t be beat. Diablo also offers a 40 tooth and 60 tooth blade for more precise cuts. The 40 tooth is only $5 more starting at $14.97 and the 60 tooth is $10 more at $19.97.

MY THOUGHTS:

All in all a circ. saw blade is a circ. saw blade. But these Diablo 7-1/4 in. x 24-Teeth Tracking Point Framing Saw Blade are legit, and a solid choice for any job. With the option for the two pack, you really cant go wrong with a blade of this quality. I see pro’s all over that are really liking these blades for lots of applications on the job site. In my opinion, if I'm at Home Depot and I need some all purpose blades for a job, these are the first i am personally going to reach for.

I acknowledge that The Home Depot is partnering with me to participate in the ProSpective 2018 Campaign. As a part of the Program, I am receiving compensation in the form of products and services, for the purpose of promoting The Home Depot. All expressed opinions and experiences are my own words. My post complies with the Word Of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA) Ethics Code and applicable Federal Trade Commission guidelines.

Check out some of my other tool reviews & videos!

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John Malecki

I used to be an offensive lineman in the NFL, Now I run my own furniture business and am completely self taught. In my videos and posts you'll see a variety of wood and metal work as well as some tips and tricks. Enjoy!