Spyder Jigsaw Blades


No matter how good your tool is, it still doesn’t matter unless you have a quality blade making the cut.  In recent years I have been hooked on Bosch blades.  They just seem to produce a great cut and they last.  Recently we were introduced to Spyder blades.  Now I am not going to say I have a lot of experience with these blades, but I can say so far they seem like they are strong, clean and they last cut after cut.

Spyder blades are made in Germany.  Now I am not sure about you, but when I hear things are made in Germany, I tend to think quality.  Spyder has some unique angles to them such as a very fast turn when cutting wood.  Also, you can see in the video below that some of the blades are notched out.  They claim this helps with heat build up, which does seem logical.  Less heat on a blade, means longer life.

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You can also check out Spyder blades on their main site – Spyder Jigsaw Blades

Let us know your experience with these blades.  How have they held up and what are your thoughts?




  1. I kid you not. I got these last weekend from Lowes & the only reason I got them was because of your prior reviews on Spyder accessories. I used the blades to make cuts for my daughter’s doll house, which they made very precise cuts with a little sanding. Mine came in a 6 pact for wood, pvc, & metal. I can’t wait to use the metal ones, on what. Who knows? Maybe cut outs for the reinforcement of my garage door. These are nice & they still look good after the minimal task I used them for. On a side note. I used these on my Leatherman Surge (new version with removable wire cutters) to cut off tree branches on some bushes (nice!!). Laters TIA

  2. They definitely look cool as hell. I’m still rocking the stock blades that came with my dcs331. Haven’t really gotten to use a good set yet. It’s one of those tools that rarely sees a lot of use, but when you need it, it’s a life saver.

  3. I’d love to try a set of those on a project I have coming up. I’ve been hooked on Bosch blades too, but I notice that there’s a lot of blade deflection when cutting through 2x material.


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