This will not be a bit usable. It quickly breaks from the welded part of the tooth joint. As soon as I started using it, I quickly broke three pieces and one tooth had rolled up immediately. Just losing money for buying goods, next time my heart seems to break.
I bought one and used it I thought that the sharpness is bad compared to the bimetal that I used until then I used half a day and cut 75 angles several times and ruptured during cutting If the lifespan is also pretty bad I think that you can cut comfortably with PVC pipe or thin pipe
I use it with an inexpensive import band saw. Although it was well broken with the blade of the accessory due to the difference of muddy, it was getting easy to break (about a month) whether the period of time it was in the box was long. If you use cutting oil etc, it may be a little longer lasting. It is cheaper than an inexpensive import blade, so it is recommended not to use it frequently. The price will be about twice, but I will try to compare by buying a bimetallic-containing blade.
Although it was cheap at 10 gauge entrance into a 1.2 mm stain board and it was cheap, I was prepared for a certain degree of durability but it was too terrible to use: general steels, aluminum etc. There was a disconnection, but this is a usable item It does not become