DEWALT DW3106P5 60-Tooth Crosscutting and 32-Tooth General Purpose 10-Inch Saw Blade Combo Pack

The DEWALT DW3106P5 saw blade combination pack contains a 10-inch DW3106 60-tooth fine-finish blade and a DW3103 32-tooth general purpose saw blade. Perfect for miter saw and slide miter saw jobs with softwood, hardwood, chipboard, and plywood, these slim-kerf blades offer quick and even incisions with minimum excess debris. A patent wedge shoulder places additional steel in back of every tip, maximizing strength and precision. Get the cutting action you need at the right price with this heavy-duty combination pack.

Product Features

  • Tougher tungsten carbide stays sharper longer
  • Thin kerf for fast and smooth cutting action
  • Computer-balanced plate reduces vibration for improved accuracy and better finish
  • Durable tungsten carbide maintains true edge
  • Best used for miter saw and slide miter saw jobs

3 thoughts on “DEWALT DW3106P5 60-Tooth Crosscutting and 32-Tooth General Purpose 10-Inch Saw Blade Combo Pack

  1. Good Value When I ordered these saw blades it was because my compound miter saw needed a new blade and money was tight. The combo pack of 10″ blades from Dewalt was considerably less expensive than most of the other blades that I know to be good ,so I was not expecting to have the best quality cuts. Boy I couldn’t have been more wrong… These blades are great and believe me you will not be disappointed at all. They cut smooth without any strain on the motor of the saw and with virtually no tear out. What…

  2. Dewalt 10″ blades I have been a Pro. carpenter for over 25 years, bought this combo pack because of the “deal”. They are probably the crappiest blades I have ever used, not sharp and splinter the back of the cuts. Both blades were also warped and upon start up made the saw jump. Dewalt has really gone down hill, all of their products are made in China and their hand tools aren’t much better than cheap box store home owner tools. Shame on you DEWALT !! Spend a bit more and get a Pro. quality product. Makita…

  3. Not made in USA Contrary to the pictures in amozon, these aren’t made in the USA, for those that care. They are, of course, made in ChIna. I like to buy USA made products and I hate to be misled. We might as well buy the cheap Chinese blades if that’s what the “American” companies are going to sell. “Woodworker” is the brand that comes to mind. I’ll update with a quality review later.

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