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New carbide utility blades from Stanley

Stanley Tools introduced a line of new utility blades featuring the company’s carbide blade technology.

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The new blades are designed to deliver increased blade life, maintain first-cut sharpness and offer snap resistance, according to the company. They are designed for roofing, drywall, ceiling tile installation and other building products that prove challenging for traditional blades.

“The introduction of the new Stanley carbide blades represents a strong commitment to innovation that began with extensive field research with professional contractors who rely on our products every day,” Stanley product manager Sara Godding said in a statement. “By lasting significantly longer than other blades on the market, we’re confident our new utility blades will meet contractors’ needs and lead to greater productivity on the jobsite.”

The blades retail in packs of five (11-800) for approximately $4.99, packs of 10 (11-800T) for $7.99 and packs of 50 (11-800L) for $24.99.

Stanley is also offering professional users a free trial sample while supplies last at www.stanleytools/carbide.

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