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Have anyone tried the Lennox gold blades? The edge to gold color, these are by far the sharpest blade I even used, can open a boxed water heater with little efforts, unlike some blades.
 

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I have ,and they are nice,I had 5 or 6 come with the knife,but really,I go through blades left and right and I think recently bought a 50 or 100 pack of the stanley blades ,make a few cuts and out you go with the quick blade change .
 

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I can't afford the cheap ones anymore so I only buy the Lenox Gold.

Of course, I don't buy very many any more.
 

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I just bought a lenox gold knife the white one with the retractable blade and I like ir more then any Olfa or Richard knife I ever used the blades are better
 

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Try the blue Irwin blades. As many know I am also a carpenter. These blue Irwin blades last forever! A bit more expensive, but well worth it!
 

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They seem to outlast any others. Dont be fooled by the Irwin without the name on the blade, they dont last. We just use the ones that are blue and the name
 

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Hey, I just read what I wrote. What in thunder was I thinking?

I have some Lenox Gold that the rep gave me but I am actually using the blue Irwin blades. I was confused.
 
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