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Table Saw Blade Holder

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Table Saw Blade Holder
Table Saw Blade Holder

Store any 10" table saw blade on your shop wall. Includes convenient hanging hook, shop knob and washer to securely fasten blade to holder.

(1) Table Saw Blade Holder
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Brand Rockler
Weight 0.6000
Tech Spec
  • Material: Plastic
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4.3 / 5.0
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Great, but needs some modification
I have purchased several of these over the years and they work well. However, as stated in several reviews, the knob\screw design is really stupid--it more than doubles the storage space required for each blade. Just throw the knob away and get an inexpensive replacement No. 6 by 10 mm metric hex bolt at any good hardware store. I don't see the beauty in saw blades so I slide them into a carrier similar to the one in this free plan from Rockler: https://www.rockler.com/how-to/build-table-blade-storage-organizer. If you have many blades, you can easily store two blades in one holder, but to avoid blade tip damage be sure to insert a 10" dia. sheet of cardboard or other suitable material between the blades. You can build similar blade carriers yourself, as shown in the Rockler plan above, but considering the price I would rather spend my time on a creative furniture item or other project.
March 15, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Table saw blade organizir
Nice and handy, needs a case enclosure now
May 27, 2018
1 year ago
Works as Advertised
Great for Storage, Great Protection for expensive blades.
October 22, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Portable Protection.
Excellent for keeping the teeth from getting dulled in transit. I would recommend this for anyone who changes blades and carries them from site to site.
June 19, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great protection
May 30, 2017
over 4 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
I have 4 of these to...
I have 4 of these to store my table saw blades. I cut the "hang tag" off the top and instead fitted a drawer with 3/4" dividers that these stand up vertically in. I was never comfortable hanging my blades on the wall via a nail through the arbor hole. These holders might be a little bit pricey for what they are, but an ounce of prevention is well worth a pound of new carbide right?
June 26, 2009
I've used similar blade holders for...
I've used similar blade holders for over 20 years, adn really like this style. But my old ones were wearing out, and I had lost several so I bought some of these. They are well made, but as someone else mentioned the star knob that olds the blades in aren't all that usefull. Worse, the screw is metric, so you don't go buy replacement screws (which I did) just anywhere. Replacing the knobs with square drive screws would likely make them cheaper to sell, as well as more useful, in my opinion. Even, it's a good product at a good price, and these are much better made than the old ones I had.
April 7, 2009
These work really well for securely...
These work really well for securely holding a blade. The only complaint I have is the wing nut that comes with them protrudes out the back thus hitting whatever is hanging behind it and the wing nut sticks out the front so far that they cannot hang too close on a wall. Sorta a catch 22 since the wing nut is nice for easily removing but doesn't allow you to hang a bunch of them on a single nail or hook. All in all a nice product for the sale price I paid.
December 14, 2008
I have gone for years with...
I have gone for years with my saw blades just laying around the shop wherever I could find a spot. Not only were they subject to possible damage, I could never find the one I wanted easily. These holders do the trick. Now I can reclaim the top of my radial arm saw to be used for cutting instead of storage.You can't even find blade holders at Lowes or HD anymore, and Rockler's is cheaper than Amazon. These were a deal! Very quick shipping also...
September 19, 2007
Needs different knob
There is a significant design flaw with this blade holder, specifically the approach to the knob that captures the blade.

The plastic portion of the knob is too 'tall' and the screw that is part of the knob is too long. When the knob is in place, it sticks 1 inch away from the blade, taking up a lot of space if you intend to either stand a series of these holders on a shelf, hang multiple from a long pegboard rod, or stack them in a drawer. In addition, almost 1/4 inch of the screw sticks out the back creating a hazard that would scratch any surface onto which this holder is placed.

The knob needs to be replaced with a short threaded stud inserted from the rear and either a flat knurled disk or at worst a wing nut on the blade side. That approach was used on a blade holder that came with a carbide blade purchased from Sears 35 years ago. The current three point knob is overkill for the amount of tightening required to simply hold a blade in place.
October 17, 2018
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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Just got all my blades sharpened and want to protect them
Richard L on Apr 18, 2019
To protect my expensive tables blades. Also, they look much studier than the ones I have now.
Mark Y on Mar 8, 2019
Just got all my blades sharpened and want to protect them
Richard L on Apr 18, 2019
To protect my Forrest thin kerf when not in use.
MARVIN JOHNSON O on Mar 20, 2019
To protect my expensive tables blades. Also, they look much studier than the ones I have now.
Mark Y on Mar 8, 2019
Wanting to protect a rip saw blade
Robert M on Feb 21, 2019
to protect saw blades in storage. work real well.
Marius S on Feb 7, 2019
Blade protection
Nell J on Jan 20, 2019
Protect a lesser used blade that is still stored in its original cardboard package. Planning to make a small 'drawer' unit for the 4 blades I swap out frequently depending on the project.
BILLinAZ on Oct 9, 2018
protect investment
Jim D on May 22, 2018
Husband put on his Christmas list.
Coral M on Dec 12, 2017
I own 10 and needed a few more.
Keith B on Sep 30, 2017
Saw Blade safety . Potect from damage
Marius S on Jul 31, 2017
Bought another blade.
Sandy M on Mar 6, 2017
needed one
ROGER L on Mar 3, 2017
Good storage for blades not in use.
Steve S on Nov 23, 2016
Keep track of maintenance of blades
George P on Sep 4, 2016
needed extra protection of blades
Gerald C on Sep 4, 2016
Provide blade protection.
Ken K on Mar 6, 2016
easy, safe storage of the saw blades.
Frank C on Feb 24, 2016
A great holder for storing and protecting your expensive blades. A bit expensive for what it's made of.
2Dog Projects on Jan 6, 2016
Was on sale so I ordered a couple. A month and a half later they notified me they were having trouble getting them and I could cancel if I wanted to. I didn't but maybe a month later they canceled the order. I see they have them now, but not on sale. Just saying.
Smokey M on Jan 1, 2016
had the right product
glenn o on Dec 13, 2015
less exspensive and probably just as good as the other one I looked at.
Robert H on Dec 1, 2015
Better than cardboard holders.
Timothy R on Jun 3, 2015
safe storage of my saw blades and fingers
Jen L on Apr 29, 2015
To protect my Forrest thin kerf when not in use.
MARVIN JOHNSON O on Mar 20, 2019
Wanting to protect a rip saw blade
Robert M on Feb 21, 2019
Can you store multiple blades on one holder??
G H on Jul 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I use these for all my blades. One per holder. Physically you can do it, but I would not advise it. You are going to be scrapping the teeth against one another. I don't want that to happen. Cost too much to keep them sharp and I buy the holders to protect them. As a side note, I have them hanging on a wall on pegboard. Had a real rocking earthquake here and the all fell, bounced off the workbench an hit the concrete floor. Only one broke and I was able to glue it.
Hi. Can store a 9 " saw blade? Thank you.
Jorge D on Jun 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Jorge. I gave you an answer in error. The blades I use the holder with is a 10" table saw blade. The blades fasten in by the center hole like a CD. If the blades of any size will fit within the walls of the holder, it will hold it.
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