Lenox makes some darn good reciprocating saw blades, and if you haven’t used them yet, now’s a good time to give them a try since it’ll cost you nothing.
There’s a lot of fancy engineering that makes Lenox blades among the best on the market, but marketing buzzwords are no substitute for firsthand experience. Over at the Lenox recip saw website you have the following choice: medium metal-cutting blade, heavy duty demolition blade, or lower profile wood-cutting blade.
In case you’re wondering, I have tried the Lenox T2 metal blade, and it’s pretty decent. Haven’t tried the wood blade yet, so that’s what I signed up for.
Note to Lenox – thank you for not requiring us to sit through a flash video in order to sign up for the sample like last time!
There are a lot more blade styles than just the three they’re giving away, but any of the three freebie common blade choices should give you a fair sense of the brand’s quality.
P.S. I was actually going to post about a different free power tool accessory sample from another brand. But then I saw that “free sample” was clouded by “sweepstakes” and the “chance to win” a free sample. That’s a pretty lousy offer, but luckily Lenox’s sample offer doesn’t have any catches.
I’m not a linguist, but it seems completely unfair – not to mention heinously misleading – to trick people into signing up for a “free sample” when it’s really a random prize drawing.