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10" Saw Blade Bag

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  • Looking for a way to store and transport your 10" saw blades? The Saw Blade Bag from Woodcraft securely holds three 10" blades. Three separate pockets, each with a strap to hold blades in placeHeavy duty zipperSturdy handle11-3/4"diameter1-1/4" thick

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    Looking for a way to store and transport your 10" saw blades? The Saw Blade Bag from Woodcraft securely holds three 10" blades.

    • Three separate pockets, each with a strap to hold blades in place
    • Heavy duty zipper
    • Sturdy handle
    • 11-3/4"diameter
    • 1-1/4" thick

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    Reviews

    3.5 out of 5 stars
    6 Reviews
    1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      Works perfectly if you rotate the blade backward while inserting

      I love this carrier blade bag. It is sturdy and keeps the teeth from multiple blades from chipping against each other. I wish it was bigger. A number of comments mentioned difficulties inserting and removing blades just turn the blade backwards while inserting and extracting doesn’t snag.

    2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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      I like it

      I use mine to take my blades to be sharpened. I get them back in this carrier instead of on a piece of cardboard wrapped in stretch wrap.

    3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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      OK, I wonder how long it will hold up

      Compared to the Bosch 12" saw case, this one seems very lightweight and the zipper isn't rugged. Hopefully it will hold up.

    4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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      Not many options

      Not many storage options available for storing blades. This was the most compact option I could find. I didn't want to take up a lot of space for storing just three blades, this was the best option. If you spin the blade into the pockets you lessen the frequency of teeth catching onto the fabric.

    5. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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      Good idea but.....

      Good idea but.....The teeth on the blades prevent them from slipping into the bag easy.....well almost impossible to slip in the bag. They get snagged on the pockets. When you get one tooth unhooked and start to slide it in, another one gets caught up. It took myself and one other person (to assist with holding the pockets open) a couple of minutes per blade (no joke) to put them in. Not worth the time and energy. Find another way to store your blades.

    6. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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      Sow bag snags blade

      nice bag but hard to insert blades as the tooth will snag inside the bag making it hard to insert blade without cutting your hand. Once the blade is inserted the bag is nice for storage and transport of blades

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