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Bosch T119BO 3-1/4 in. 12 TPI T-Shank Jig Saw Blade 5-Pack
Model#: BSHNT119BO
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Bosch T119BO 3-1/4 in. 12 TPI T-Shank Jig Saw Blade 5-Pack

Model#: BSHNT119BO
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Bosch has designed a blade for every cutting application in wood, plywood, particleboard and laminated board. Whether you are looking for splinter-free operation, smooth curves, speed or rough cuts, Bosch has designed and developed the right tooth configuration for the job
Features:
  • Basic for Wood blades are the economical choice for fast, coarse cuts in soft wood, OSB and plywood and are ideal for jig saws without orbital action
  • T-shank blades suitable for jig saws from Bosch, AEG, Dewalt, ELU, Hitachi, Makita, Metabo, Milwaukee and others
Includes:
  • (5) 3-1/4-in 12 TPI T-Shank Jig Saw Blades - T119BO

Specifications

Length: 3 in.
Height: 0.15 in.
Blade Thickness: 0.04-in
Blade Type: Basic for Wood
Cutting Capacity - Wood: 1.97-in
Shipping Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Teeth Per Inch: 12

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Been using the T119 for 25 or more years

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Pros

  • Cuts Fast
  • Durable
  • Good Design
  • Good Value
  • Keeps Its Edge
  • Safe
  • Smooth Cuts

Cons

    Best Uses

    • In The Field
    • In The Workshop

    Comments about 3-1/4-in 12 TPI T-shank Jig Saw Blades (5 pk):

    This blade is great for cutting circles and scribe marks. Also works great for coping crown molding and other molding.

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