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Includes 4 holders for the blades, which telescope to allow access to hard-to-reach places, no matter what size blade you use. A generous set with 8 blades. Blades work well. Comfortable handle.
Plastic case isn’t very sturdy. Blades aren’t marked.
Includes 3 B blades, for smaller, thinner areas. No struggle to switch blades. Comfortable rubberized handle also provides storage for blades. High quality construction. Extendable swivel-head design makes it easy to reach tight places.
No explanation of the material each blade is best for.
Durable construction with metal handle and sharp tips. Easy to change blades. Comes with 5 blades for each of the 3 sizes. Head swivels, making it easier to remove burrs on round edges.
Skinny handle may be uncomfortable for larger hands.
Includes blades for aluminum, brass, steel, and plastic. Each has its own handle, which prevents problems with inserting blades into the same head. Solid build and comfortable handle. Rotating head for flexible blade positioning.
Blades don’t always cut smoothly, leaving ridges behind.
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Deburring tools clear away the little defects and leftovers that occur when drilling or cutting metal. Left alone, burrs can be unsightly and even dangerous when their edges are sharp. A good deburring tool kit gives you several choices to take away the burrs with a little amount of effort. The blade is the focal point of a deburring tool. A sharp edge will make deburring quick and easy. A good kit should have a variety of blade types with the same sharpness and consistency or replacement blades. A comfortable rubber grip is also handy to keep your hands relaxed and grounded on the tool as you work.