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So a while back I made a post about whether it was worth getting the carbide version of a cylinder key cutting blade. The consensus was that it wasn't worth it. It's more than double the price. But what about the TiN version? It's £10 more but do you get £10 more life out of the blade?


I'm inclined to buy the basic blade and just replace it more often.


And a corollary, any thoughts on Silca genuine blades vs "SKS Value" ie their own brand?

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