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Overall rating 5.0

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Reviews
Number reviews: 3
Overal rating: 5
Review for SMART by MBS
7th April 2024

SMART blades always seem to do the job and last. They stay sharp for a lot longer than the cheaper stuff. Price can be an issue if it's stupid money, but generally just go, well, I know it works, I know it's good, and you pay for it.

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Review for SMART by Bennetts Safe Gas
4th April 2024

Tried the SMART blades for a few years now. They are a good high quality blade. They cut what they need to cut when they need to cut. The performance is always good. It shows a good quality product. When you do buy cheap, they didn't last, and when you buy a good quality product like the SMART blade, it seems to outperform and outlast all the other competitors.

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Review for SMART by iGas Heating Ltd
2nd April 2024

Love SMART blades on a multi-tool. if you're hitting a nail, screwing things out, lifting up floors, that'll kill 90% of blades that I've used before, whereas with SMART, it just eats through it. Would recommend.

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10th April 2024

I'm Lee from iGas Heating. I've been in the industry about 20 years now. One thing I look for when buying tools these days is how well the tool works for me and how long it's going to last. One thing I love about SMART blades on a multi-tool, if you're hitting a nail, screwing things out, lifting up floors, that'll kill 90% of blades that I've used before, whereas with SMART, it just eats through it.
Another thing I try and look for when buying tools these days is actually where they're made, where they're manufactured. We know a lot of things get mass-produced abroad, and for me, that's where a lot of tools or anything loses its quality. Personally, now, I try and look for things that are British-made, homegrown. I think it's down to us all to sort of play our part to support local and support British manufacturing companies. And that's one thing I love about SMART.
One thing I also love is their packaging, how they've changed from plastic to cardboard. There's only so much we, as consumers, can do. We are sort of governed by how things are made by the bigger companies. But it will take market leaders like SMART to be conscious of products they make and the products they're using. So the fact they've moved over to cardboard from plastic and leading away on things like that, it makes it a lot easier for me to be more sustainable.


10th April 2024

My name's Andrew Bennett. I'm from Bennetts Safe Gas. I'm a plumber and heating engineer. Have been for 15, 20 years. Tried the SMART blades for a few years now. They are a good high quality blade. They cut what they need to cut when they need to cut. The performance is always good. It shows a good quality product.
When you do buy cheap, they didn't last, and when you buy a good quality product like the SMART blade, it seems to outperform and outlast all the other competitors. The cost usually shows the quality. The extra cost is paid back in longevity and usability. They seem to be better built. They do last longer, so they are in effect better than the cheaper alternatives.
With the SMART blade being made in the UK, it is better, it helps us support our own country. It's better than importing. It's nice to be behind a British brand.
With the SMART blade packaging being recyclable, it is very important. It helps the environment. It makes us as a company or individuals look more in goal with the country and the aims of global warming, it is important and it does help everybody.
I do think it's important to help trades reduce their waste, and having these packaging that's recyclable, it just helps and makes things better.


10th April 2024

I'm Tony Lewis from AL Plumbing and Heating. I started plumbing and heating when I left school using a lot of different tools. The Royd Smart Blades, they're a good sharp blade. I've been cutting quite a lot of chipboard and there's no burning, all the teeth are still there, which is a rarity. This tool that I've got is really quite powerful. It kicks out a lot, so the blade has to be of a decent quality. Otherwise it does burn really fast, and this isn't coped with the exceptionally well. Normally with the cheap blades, you can see the burn on the blades because the blades go blunt. You can probably see, there's no burning at all on there, all the teeth are still intact. You get what you pay for, and these are a good quality and affordable blade.
When I'm buying products, I always look that they've got made in the UK. If it's made in the UK, I'll always choose that over a product that's not saying where it's manufactured. Another good thing that I like about the Smart Blades is the packaging. Because it's all cardboard, it means that everything is recyclable. The blades are recyclable because they're metal. The packaging is recyclable because it's cardboard. The thing that I hate about the other blades is, in the plastic containers you've got to use a Stanley knife to cut the packets open. You're ripping your hands apart. I'm now looking at longevity of what's going on in the future of the world, not just the UK. We've all got to start recycling and making the environment safer for our future generations.


10th April 2024

I'm Dean from Dean Meredith Services, and I've been doing this about 24 years. I've had SMART blades before. They always seem to do the job and last. They stay sharp for a lot longer than the cheaper stuff. Price can be an issue if it's stupid money, but generally just go, well, I know it works, I know it's good, and you pay for it. Knowing that the SMART blades are now made in Britain is better, because obviously we're supporting the British economy a bit more. The cardboard packaging, often that is a must, to be fair. I love recycling anyway, so I do tend to recycle as much as I can anyway. All my cardboard goes in. My blades, when they're blunt, they go in the recycling. But, yeah. It's nice that SMART have now come into the recyclability to make it a lot more easier to recycle. Always recommend SMART. I've had SMART for years, so I can't knock them, to be fair.


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