Not a bad price to try them. Note that they call them rip and cross cut,
not the combination that many of the high quality blades perform well. Add
a couple of the prices together and you are at the same cost of a decent
combo blade. If the performance justifies the more frequent changing it may
be a good deal.
They don't give much information on the dado set though as far as the number
of chippers and size of each. Five are shown in the photo. My Ridge
Carbide comes with six for more combinations of widths.
I generally try to steer clear of Chinese made tools. But since GW
produces quality tools, they may be worth looking at. Chinese doesn't
always mean poor quality, it's up to the buying compnay what level of
quality they demand. By all means let the wreck know what you think of
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