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DanZ56

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Hello,
I purchased these recently, along with new multi tool, during a vacation. When I unpacked both, I discovered the head on the multi tool is not detachable, so I am now stuck with a brand new set of blades.

PM me and I will put them in the post to you.
Dan
 

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I purchased these recently, along with new multi tool, during a vacation. When I unpacked both, I discovered the head on the multi tool is not detachable, so I am now stuck with a brand new set of blades.
Not wishing to interfere with a sales thread, but Really?? You bought a multitool where the blade can't be replaced? That's beyond unusual.
Normally they're held on with a screw, (Slotted or allen) :unsure:
 

DanZ56

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Not wishing to interfere with a sales thread, but Really?? You bought a multitool where the blade can't be replaced? That's beyond unusual.
Normally they're held on with a screw, (Slotted or allen) :unsure:
I said "head is not detachable" :)
As can be seen in the attached photos, the head opens up 2 - 3mm, using the lever, to allow the blades to be inserted. The caveat being that the blade connection must be slotted, rather than solid.
The tool came with no spanner, although the head appears to have a 10mm nut attached to it. Several turns in either direction does nothing. The operator's manual made no mention of being able to remove the head. (hence the "sale")

Regards,
Dan
 

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