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    Just wondering if anyone is using these blades? I must say that they seem to be extremely expensive at $65.00 per 100, so was wondering if that price is somehow justified. Do they really cut any better than the FD blades I’ve been using that are approximately half the price for a full gross of 144 blades?

    PS: I noticed that Delta now sells the Super Sharps SS blades in their own blue packaging.

  • #2
    I don't believe there is a justification for that kind of price when I can get a gross for under 20.00 from mike.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
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    • #3
      Stick with FD blades from Mike, you can't beat them.
      They are the only blades I use.

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      I wondered why the baseball was getting bigger. Then it hit me!


      • #4
        A gross for under 20.00 from Mike??? What kind of special deal are you getting?


        • #5
          mike, you must be getting a great deal from him if you get a gross for under $20
          most all grosses from him are around $27 which is still a good deal.

          as for the SS blades, i would never pay that much. they cant cut any better then
          a fresh FD blade.

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          • #6
            I wonder who makes them?
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            • #7

              For that price, I think I would just use my Dremel or Rotozip with an 1/8-inch ceramic bit.


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