About Skil Blades
Skil knows saws. Its Model 77 saw, developed in 1937, is still the industry standard for circular saws today — so popular that, for many, "Skilsaw" has become synonymous with "circular saw." Whether you need blades for your Skilsaw or another tool in your workshop, Skil blades offer premium performance and excellent durability.
Variety of Replacements Blades
Teeth count when it comes to making cuts: the more teeth, the smoother the slice. Skil offers replacements blades with a variety of teeth angles and bevels, such as flat top (FT) blades for ripping, alternate top bevel (ATB) blades for cross-cutting, and combination tooth (CT) blades for all-purpose cuts.
Durable & Making Clean, Simple Cuts
What's more, their carbide construction offers 60 times the durability of steel blades. Skil blades are built to last, whether you're cross-cutting a kitchen full of outdated laminate with a 40-toothed ATB flooring saw blade or just making clean, simple cuts with an 18-tooth circular saw blade. With Skil gear, each slice is quick and controlled. Convenient blade sets provide users with an assortment of blades ready to tackle almost any task.
Variety of Sizes
The company offers a variety of sizes to match an assortment of saws, as well. Table saws generally use blades measuring between 10 and 12 inches, for example, while handheld power saws require blades in the 7 to 10-inch range.
Why Buy Skil Blades?
Skil blades are designed to last. They come in a variety of kerf, or thickness, levels. Opt for a higher kerf, and you can expect your blade to require less frequent sharpening and enjoy a longer lifespan with proper use. Skil's anti-stick clear coating means your blades will resist corrosion and stand up to heating, binding, and friction time after time, too.