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Milwaukee 49-22-4105 19 Piece Master Electricians Ice Hardened Hole Saw Kit
Model#: MILN49-22-4105
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Milwaukee 49-22-4105 19 Piece Master Electricians Ice Hardened Hole Saw Kit

Model#: MILN49-22-4105
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$179.99
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Milwaukee Ice Hardened products utilize a proprietary cryogenic hardening process that improves upon traditional heat treat processes. Unlike surface coatings that wear away, cryogenics harden to the core by minimizing soft metal (austenite) and creating more hard metal (martensite). The result is a product that is more consistently hard throughout, resulting in life up to 50% longer than the competition.
Features:
  • Ice Hardened cryogenically treated for up to 50% longer life
  • Optimized tooth form for cutting twice as fast
  • Wide, angled, and offset slots for easy plug access
  • Bi-metal construction with 8% cobalt for increased wear resistance
  • Room for addictional hole saw and arbor storage in case
  • Storage space for one 12-in extension or two 6-in extensions (sold separately)
Includes:
  • 19 Piece Master Electricians Ice Hardened Hole Saw Kit - 49-22-4105
  • (14) Hole Saws: 3/4-in, 7/8-in, 1-1/8-in, 1-3/8-in, 1-1/2-in, 1-3/4-in, 2-in, 2-1/4-in, 2-1/2-in, 2-5/8-in, 3-in, 3-5/8-in, 4-1/8-in, 4-3/4-in
  • (2) Arbors with Pilot Bits - 49-56-7010, 49-56-9100
  • (3) Additional Pilot Bits - 49-56-8010
  • (1) Adapter - 49-56-6560
  • (1) Spacer - 49-67-0120
  • Carrying Case

Specifications

Diameter: Assorted
Type: Hole Saw

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5.0

Great Buy

By BigDon

from Elma, Washington

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Pros

  • Drills Clean
  • Easy to Use
  • Maintains Sharpness

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home Improvement
    • Maintenance & Repair
    • Remodeling

    Comments about 19 Piece Master Electricians Ice Hardened Hole Saw Kit:

    This Set Is A Great Value. If you bought these bits individually they would cost way more than what I paid for this set. I own a odd and end set of these bits. I like the fact that I have a real choice of sizes now and a nice case to keep them in so they do not get lost or beat up from laying around. I also like the quick way the bits go on and off the arbor, my old arbor was just threaded and you would have to fight them sometimes to unscrew the bit form the arbor. This is a great product.

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    5.0

    new arbor features to ensure a tight fit

    By CANE

    from Bellefonte, Pa

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    Pros

    • Rugged Design

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Construction Job Sites
      • Home Improvement
      • Maintenance & Repair
      • Remodeling

      Comments about 19 Piece Master Electricians Ice Hardened Hole Saw Kit:

      Attaching the 4 1/8" saw to the 1/2" arbor is a snap and the new features enable the user to tighten the saw to the arbor better then past designs leaving a secure saw that will not vibrate during rugged use

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        Is this good for cutting steel?
        Asked on 9/20/2012 by David from Phoenix

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          Not really. They are designed for cutting through wood and light metals.

          Answered on 9/20/2012 by Nate from Atlanta
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