Pull stroke saws provide a more accurate and controlled cut, reduce binding and allow a safer, easier start. The Carpentry Saw is the best all around saw for professionals and do-it-yourselfers. Cuts hard and soft woods, treated lumber, plywood, particle board, drywall, and plastic pipe quickly and smoothly.
Blade is made from the finest Japanese high carbon spring steel. The fine teeth are triple diamond ground and electrically impulse hardened for long lasting sharpness and fast, effortless, exceptionally clean cuts.
Pistol grip handle with soft elastomer gives a comfortable cutting angle and secure grip. Features a simple twist lock blade for quick and easy replacement and compact toolbox storage.
My father lent me one of these hand saws and had to return it and buy my own because it is the best hand saw blade i have ever used. Had to fight with a jam nut seized on the kitchen sink so I went to town on the copper piping only chipping off 1 or 2 teeth, and trust me I was not delicate in the whole ordeal.
This saw is faster than most common and low end power tools. Highly reccomend this and plan to buy additional blades/lengths.
Dozuki “Z” Saw Ideal for precision joinery Rigid back insures accurate cuts Easily removable blade The best selling saw in Japan Dozuki Saws with replaceable blades feature the precision and durability of tensioned high carbon steel blades which are easily removed from their bamboo-wrapped handles for replacement when worn.
The Dozuki “Z” Saw is one of the smoothest cutting saws youll ever use, ideal for tight fitting, precision joinery. The 26 TPI x. 012″ thick blade of this saw (the best selling saw in Japan) can be quickly changed by a simple tap on the back.
Rigid back insures accurate cuts with the 240mm (9-1/2″) x 60mm (2-3/8″) blade. Overall length is 535mm (21″).
I have owned one of these for many years and needed another one as a spare. This has to be in the top ten of essential woodworking tools. It makes beautifully clean and precise cuts in any kind of wood, usually much quicker than getting out a power saw.
Conventional western saws feel clumsy by comparison. Although I haven’t tried any of the high-end dovetail saws, this is such good value for general cutting and trimming, with the ability to take a millimetre off here and slice through a 3 x 2 there.
no downside at all. It is also much easier to use than the classic Japanese pull saws although it is obviously limited in cutting depth by the spine. Highly recommended!.
A very precise saw that is effortless to use, makes a fine cut and hardly any kerf. Even the packaging showed a Japanese eye for detail with a neatly folded paper envelope under the cardboard protection.
This is my 2nd Japanese saw and I really enjoy using them. The slight limitation with this dozuki is the 50mm depth of cut, so I may buy the deeper blade at some point. These saws are more expensive than throw away European saws but the Japanese quality is in another league, in my opinion.
The Irwin 2011202 Carpenter Saw is the ideal tool for cutting through wood. The fine cut blade allows you to make clean, precise cuts. With 12 points, this hand saw has a 24 in. long blade that makes it easy to handle.
It also has an overall length of 28 in. , making it convenient to use with one hand or two hands. Made of steel, the fine cut blade gives you the ability to make smooth and accurate cuts without chipping or splintering the wood surface.
This Irwin Fine Cut Hand Saw will help you get your work done quickly and efficiently.
This is a gorgeous handsaw, aesthetically pleasing, well-made and comfortable in the hand. (A fellow with esp. large hands might find the handle fit a bit tight. ) But it took me 8-10 minutes to make a simple cut thru a piece of 1×3.
Why? Turns out it only cuts on the pull, or draw, stroke. I could scarcely move the blade forward unless it was not touching the wood. Pull, lift and move forward, pull, lift and move forward. Maybe I’m doing something wrong, but I’m used to handsaws cutting back and forth, back and forth.
Lovely small handsaw. The steel used for the blade is top notch. The handle is what I call a hybrid were you have an outer plastic grip covering a nice wooden handle making it very very comfortable to use.
This specific saw from Irwin I found was only available from the USA and not Europe which is a shame as it’s a much better product than the available Euro model. Hense due to the quality I decided to buy and import from the USA.
Really recommend this so much I purchased a 24″ version fine cut saw as well.
I use these small saws mainly to top small trees around my property. This usually involves me climbing a ladder and hanging onto the tree with one hand while working the saw with the other, so I need a saw to get the job done quickly and without binding and causing me to work harder than I should.
In the course of normal wear, I find I need to replace these types of saws about once every 5 or 6 years. This will be my third. My first was the Stanley and it worked well, but I find the deep cutouts of the Irwin make for a faster cut.
Some cuts require more precision than you can achieve easily with a basic hand saw. That’s where this Suizan 6-Inch Dozuki Dovetail Steel Japanese Pull Saw comes in. This Japanese pull saw uses sharp, detailed teeth so effortlessly cut through lumber in pulling motions rather than pushing motions.
This particular Suizan pull saw comes with a removable, dovetail blade for great handling, durability, sensitivity, and power. That gives you more versatility and more cutting potential with a single tool.
This small Japanese saw can be used on plenty of softwoods and hardwoods too – everything from tiger maple to red oak, teak, MDF, OSB, and even driftwoods. This particular model of saw features teeth per inch of 25 TPI, 0.
012-inch blade thickness, 0. 02-inch kerf width, and blade length of 6 inches. The overall tool measures 15. 5 inches long.
Great product, good price, lightweight and very easy to handle. This tool cuts wood like cutting cheese. The blades are so sharp and its ideal for small projects that require precision cutting without ripping the edges.
I enjoyed it so much because it is so easy to use and doesnt tire your arms. I recommend this pull saw to anyone looking for a quality tool.
This Irwin 218HP-300 Saw is a handy tool to have around the house. It has a 7 point and 17 point blade, making it suitable for cutting metal or plastic. The saw’s 12″ blade length means you can work on larger pieces of material with ease.
It also features a hand guard and tether capable design, so you can use it in both wet and dry conditions. With its 7 point/17 points blade, this bow/hacksaw can be used to cut metal or plastic with equal ease.
When it comes to working with materials such as sheet metal or plastics, the Irwin Saw is the ideal tool for the job.
Keep the Silky PocketBoy Curve 130mm Large Teeth Professional Saw handy for trail maintenance, pruning in your yard, or clearing out the campsite. This convenient folding saw offers excellent cutting power in a lightweight and compact design that you can take far from the trailhead.
This twist on the popular PocketBoy series features a curved blade that, when combined with the pull-cut technology, greatly improves cutting speed (15-20% faster!). This blade cuts on the “pull” stroke, and with a curved blade the teeth naturally dive into the wood fibers which gives the effect of applying down pressure to the blade, without the need to actually exert any energy-sapping pressure.
If you’re seeking incredibly efficient cutting power that you can take almost anywhere, then you’ve found it in the PocketBoy Curve.
This is the second silky saw I have owned – the other being a very large one for the truck to clear roads if needed. The build quality is nothing short of top notch. It is a good feel in the hand, solid locking mechanism inspires confidence, and 2 stop points for locking open allowing one in a hyperextended position is great for sawing options.
The only reason I withheld a 5th star is that it is a heavy little piece of kit. You pay the price in weight for the quality construction. I believe it is worth packing but it was a little bit of a shock when I first picked it up.
I’ve purchased the Silky PocketBoy 170 (mm) in coarse (Red), medium (Black), and fine (Yellow). All are very well built, very durable, and very effective saws. Further, the PocketBoy 170’s come with a smooth, close-fitting, clear plastic case that protects the rest of your gear if in your backpack, waist pack or back pocket.
Finally, replacement blades for all 3 are readily available on Amazon (from Japan), and do arrive quite quickly; replacement blades mean field replacement is possible, while with competitive product you might as well just buy another saw instead.
I have compared the medium (Black) and coarse (Red) PocketBoys with competitive saws from Corona, Ace Hardware, and Coghlan’s, and found that the PocketBoy Red (coarse) does outperform the others in a “number of strokes” test to cut through a 4″ hardwood branch.
(Corona a close second), PocketBoy Black (medium) ties with the others – but the cut is much cleaner and effort ‘smoother’ with the PocketBoy. If you’re looking for a good backpacking saw, give the PocketBoy 170 Red (coarse) or Black (medium) a serious consideration.
VERY good quality. The tool has a metal frame, wrapped in plastic. Plastic only frames tend to make closing the saw difficult, as the frame twists and the saw hits the edges. Very sharp blade, excellent craftsmanship.
I try to buy high quality tools instead of 2yr throw aways and this appears to have been a good buy. Yes, not the cheapest you can buy, but if you keep tools a long time, like me, this is a very nice saw.
This IRWIN ProTouch Coping Saw has a Flat-Bar frame and DuraSteel pins to provide lasting use. The ProTouch handle features an ergonomic triangular shape to provide comfort during long sessions. The high-speed steel coping saw blades help make quick work of most materials.
I had a really cheat one that just fell apart and was considering more expensive replacements. I couldn’t believe the price of these and had to try this one. I was really impressed. Cutting dovetails was so much easier that with what I had before.
Great tension on the blade and comfortable to hold.
If you need to cut wood, the Irwin 213101 Crosscut Saw is the ideal tool for the job. The 14 points on this hand saw give it more durability and power than traditional crosscut saws. The 12 in blade has a steel construction and is designed for cutting wood.
Its ProTouch grip handle provides excellent control and comfort, while its tether capability allows you to use it with a tether cord. With 14 teeth per inch, this hand saw cuts fast and smooth. It has an overall length of 16 in.
, which makes it perfect for getting into tight spaces where larger tools won’t fit. This Irwin Hand Saw is exactly what you need to get your next project done right.
I have used a shark saw which is virtually the same for some years and could not find a replacement blade when my son broke it. I therefore bought this Irwin and have since purchased two replacement blades with a finer finish so I now have two saws which I can use for most jobs.
They are light and very efficient and I can really recommend them!.
This saw is useful in so many different ways. Since buying my first Irwin pullsaw, I have vowed never to be without a sharp one. The blade is VERY sharp when first bought and users need to be careful to avoid cuts.
Don’t be put off by that. All tools should be used with care. I recommend.
This saw cuts very precise and works great on accuracy. No effort is required just pullback and the blade does the job. Shame you cannot buy just the blade as the handle is wasted. If my blade gets damaged I cut back the blade length and reuse on less important projects.
The Bahco 301 coping saw is one of the most well made and durable saws on the market today. It features a sturdy steel frame that helps to keep the blade in place when cutting. A special hardened blade will cut at any angle and hold its edge longer than the competition.
The blade tension can be adjusted by turning the wood handle, providing you with excellent control and discretion over your blade.
Handy little saw – I used it for cutting out the waste for dovetail joints (less chiselling). I bought this one because it has a wooden handle. Everything goes into waste eventually, plastic probably never degrades, etc.
This is made to a high standard, no flexing in the frame etc. With a simple tightening of the handle to add tension to the blade and unscrewing it permits the blade to be rotated within the frame. Blade change is simple and is a case of slackening off the handle then applying a little weight to the frame to take the tension off the blade and it slips out.
Decided to go with this saw as I have other Bahco products. It works well and I like the way you can twist the blade in the frame to any angle. It feels like a quality product. I was cutting 5. 5mm ply and would have preferred a finer blade – shame Screwfix do not sell them.
I noticed another reviewer said the supplied blade seemed blunt. I thought the same but after cutting an inch or so it was a lot better. No idea why; possibly a protective coating on the blade?.
The Eclipse Coping Saw is ideal for cutting and shaping in wood and features a comfortable wooden handle and steel frame. To allow the user maximum versatility the blade can be positioned at any angle to the frame, the coping saw is supplied with a 14tpi blade.
Eclipse is a world-wide brand, distributing products throughout the world and is part of the Spear & Jackson Group, whose foundations were laid in 1760. Since our beginnings centuries of experience and innovation have resulted in the materials and development expertise that resides within the company today; and “continuous innovation” is at the heart of the company’s ethos.
This drive to improve product materials and performance can be seen in many different ways across the company’s 3,000 lines. The organisation has come a long way since 1760, and the Spear & Jackson Group now manufactures and distributes garden tools, metrology equipment, woodworking tools, metal working tools, saw blades and magnetic equipment, with divisions across England, France and Australia.
Our tools are manufactured to a high quality standard and offer superb service and longevity; guaranteed against defects in manufacturing, subject to normal wear & tear and the provision of reasonable care and maintenance.
Aggressive tooth design cuts up to 50% faster than traditional tooth designs. Induction-hardened teeth stay sharp for long life. Multiple material usage for use on drywall, plastic, and other building materials.
6″ blade. Points per inch: 9. Teeth per inch: 8. Handle length: 8″.
Great tool for a great price! Very ergonomic saw with extremely sharp teeth makes cutting through drywall a breeze. I would not recommend using this saw for other materials such as cement backer board or to cut through nails.
Additional bonus, this product is backed by DEWALTS lifetime warrantly.
Picked up this jab saw after comparing it to at least 4 other brands. I usually shy away from things with plastic/butyl rubber on the handles (they all eventually break down), but the DeWalt saw has so many good features compared to the others, that I figured it was worth the risk.
When it came down to it, this saw was 1/2″ to 1″ longer than most others, and had more teeth per inch than any competitor. The triple-ground teeth were a unique feature, but if they make any sort of performance difference, I couldn’t really tell you.
It’s a nice detail, though. Add the fact that the butt is actually square for hammering on stubborn spots, and you have an all-around winner.
I replaced my old jab saw for drywall with this new dewalt model earlier this year. Its very sharp and makes short work of drywall cuts. The blade is very rigid which i like better than then ones that bend when you get agressive with them.
After using this saw for roughly a week to cope my baseboards, I’m not overly impressed by it. The handle itself feels nice in the hand however the (cheap) metal tab snapped in half when trying to increase the tension.
There is also too much play in the main metal frame which tends to bind the blade more often and makes it hard to make tighter turns in the cope. I would consider this an entry level coping saw.
Same as above. Went to purchase this item and it has a plastic handle with some sort of rubber type grip inset which is not what I wanted – I wanted wood and went to CT to buy this item because of that.
On the up side it has a 360 degree blade rotation option and that’s pretty cool and it also comes with 3 extra blades, also pretty cool, so I bought it. Good value for the money even if the advertised item is not as shown online.
Construction wood saw for coarse materials. “Fleam” toothing with non-hardened tooth tips. Can be resharpened with e. g. file 272. Saws on push and pull. Rubberized handle surface for good grip and comfortable sawing.
Bolted 2-component handle can be used for approximate 45° and 90° marks.
Ordering and delivery were fine as usual but the saw is very diappointing. After using for approx 30 no. Toplite Aerated lightweight block cuts the edge is off the saw. At this rate this housebuild will need multiple saws.
All my joinery saws are Bahco which is why I bought the Bahco block saw.
This is my third Bahco Plaster over the last 10 years, I use them for everyday DIY woodwork where the saw cuts very quickly with a narrow kerf, can be used as a cross cut and a panel saw. The cut can be made very accurately.
This saw is also very handy for pruning trees and shrubs maintaining a sharp cutting edge for years. Superb all round saw.
I had a dried out, old juniper tree that I wanted to cut down to ground level but didn’t want to invest in a chain saw since I wouldn’t have any further use for one after this small job; so thought I might try taking the tree down with a hand saw.
After using the 20% off coupon, the overall cost (including tax) was less than ten bucks and it took about 15 minutes of sawing – attacking the base of the tree from different sides – before it was finally felled.
Aside from the fact that the saw kept ‘bowing’ due to the metal not really being all that thick, it still did a decent job of cutting through the dead tree’s hardened wood. The teeth were aggressive and sharp enough due to the saw’s design of being able to cut on both the push & pull strokes.
But again, for how little this HFT one cost, am not gonna complain. Although I haven’t yet tried it on dimensional lumber, I would imagine that it would still make short work of such in comparison to cutting through the really thick base of a tree.
Also, I noticed that when that project was finished, both sides of the saw still looked ‘clean’; that is, there was no scratching or ‘rub’ marks. As well, the teeth didn’t look worn. all were sharp & still retained their ‘points’ — similar to those on the portions of the blade that never touched wood / did any cutting (i.
e. , the 2-3 inches near the tip + just before the saw’s handle.
General purpose tenon saw for fine and medium thick materials, specially adapted for cutting of small-section timber and mitre guide sawing. Hardpoint teeth for long lasting sharpness. Heavy steel back for rigidity and accurate cutting.
I needed a tenon saw and had been looking through lots of ads. I realised my general saw is a Bahco, and I bought this for 7 from B & Q on recommendation about 13 years ago, and it is still going strong! I have come to value Irwin tools in the last few years, and had them as my bench mark until I realised I already owned a Bahco saw.
Plus the Irwin was slightly more money and that finally swung it for me. As expected in a tenon saw, it is solid and stiff with no play whatsoever and the handle is wide enough to accommodate you wearing gloves also.
My only gripe is that it isn’t as nice to start off the cut as my old saw, as I am used to starting by drawing the blade back towards me slowly to establish the groove first and I didn’t find the tenon saw easy to draw back.
I ended up making the start with my old saw and then switching over which was disappointing! It may change after a few more uses, I don’t know? I did read some ads where they started certain saws cut on the forward stroke, so maybe that is the issue and I need to change my style.
For now it’s a slightly disappointing 3 stars as I had equally high hopes for it based on my old saw and it hasn’t reached that same height yet at all in my opinion, plus the handle on my old one gives a right angle for use as an on thespot set square or 45 degree angle for marking up your wood, whereas this one does not.
It is a good solid saw, but unfortunately it hasn’t achieved the same level of satisfaction that my other Bahco still gives after all these years. Maybe I’ll grow to like it. If not I may end up getting another one.
Perhaps it would be better if used with a mitre box maybe?.
I used it on a laminate floor fitting to a large bedroom. it cut straight and true, the far end tooth is sharp so you can dig in and start a cut in the middle of a plank if you need to , some saws don’t have that ability.
The saw was scrap by the end of the job as the formica blunted the front half but at 11 or 12 per saw it was an accurate if expendable tool. I bought another following this for next time. If you use tenon saws a lot like I do, you will appreciate its precision, no wandering about, straight down the line every time.
Traditional Log Saw This log saw shares the same crosscut tooth pattern as other lumberjack saws without the larger size that can make them unwieldy. This 28 blade saw with 4tpi cuts is the perfect choice for wet or dry round logs that need to be cut quickly and efficiently without clogging or binding up like others saws.
Manufactured by a California company that makes tools for professional arborists, it’s meant to get to work and provide a reliable tool for years to come. A comfortable wood handhold provides a secure grip for firm cuts.
Made with a traditional design that’s been used for generations, you can trust it to help you maintain your trees or keep your fireplace well-fed. Pick a log saw up for your home and one for your next camping trip from Garrett Wade today.
I bought this “bull saw” (from another company) to cut up a 13-inch diameter dead ash log that was blocking a trail. The site was about 1/4 mile off-road, steeply uphill all the way. I figured this saw would be lighter & easier to carry than my chainsaw or my two-man crosscut.
Well, it was easy to carry, but it wouldn’t cut! The blade binds terribly. I don’t know if there’s not enough set to the teeth, or if it needs gullets and rakers to clear sawdust. So, I gave up on this brand new saw, and did the job with my 50-year-old Sager/Collins Jersey felling axe instead.
Since then I’ve tried using it at home to cut 6-inch diameter logs for firewood on a saw buck with the same result — instant binding. Very disappointing.
We have more saws and chainsaws (both gas and battery and corded) and hand saws than you can throw a penny at. and we use them all in various settings and applications. I picked up this bull saw to throw in the back of my truck for 1) those times when a tree or limb is down across one of our peninsular roads in winter, and it isn’t worth the trouble, pulling out whatever chainsaw is also back there at the time, then having to clean up/oil up/sharpen later and 2) to haul along on field archery trails.
We haven’t used it on anything over about 7″ but it worked great. I’m short (5’5″) so had to find a posture and rhythm that worked, particularly in the drawstroke. but once I got that down and practiced a GOOD LONG DRAW, it was perfection.
My husband is 6’3″, and I think he had a harder time finding a good posture; his take was that it worked best with him low to the work and drawing more level to the ground. Your mileage may vary, especially if your joints are younger than ours.
But all in all, this is an amazing tool, high quality, super sharp, very solid, and as versatile as my beloved little “farm and home” Stihl 025, only quieter and less stinky.
I bought this saw thinking I’d use it a few times a year to clear out dead branches in the aging trees around our house – then the Great Ice Storm of 2021 hit. No electricity, what gasoline people had was being used for generators to keep from freezing to death, and the emergency crews were quickly overwhelmed.
Our driveway was blocked by fallen limbs and ice-heavy branches leaning down to the ground. Western Log Saw to the rescue! About three hours of work cleared off numerous thick green cedar limbs, and and 8-10 inch maple branch that came down in the street.
I won’t use chain saws after several scary kickback episodes, but this well-made saw did the trick. It’s heavy enough not to bounce off of frozen or sappy branches, and the teeth are aggressive enough to power through even green wood.
Saw that in the course of the ERGO-process has been developed. Ergonomic product that fits in perfectly with the hand. Pad saw specially for rough and thick wooden materials. Unique XT-toothing with hardened tooth tips for long-lasting sharpness.
Reinforced blade provides for high precision and stability. Friction-reducing rust protection coating. Screwed 2-component handle can be used for approximate 45° and 90° markings. Length 550 mmThis text is machine translated.
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The finest Rip cutting saw in our Japanese range, 0. 5mm thin blade with narrow and even saw set, designed for cutting along the grain finely and accurately. These saws are hardened through the “Hard Impulse” treatment to increase the degree of hardness to the level of HV800-950 which is the maximum hardness that can be achieved on steel.
Implementing this treatment on the tips of the saw teeth means that they are able to stay sharp much longer than conventional counterparts while the core of the blade remains both flexible and tough to prevent bending or buckling during use.
This Fine Rip Saw features a traditional Rattan wrapped handle that may be held with two hands for a long steady cut or for small precise cuts by holding the blade end of the handle with the fore finger resting along the back of the spine.
Purchased as I do not have any dedicated rip-saws. only used a few times but the cut is good and the blade is sharp. The removable blade is handy as different blades can be used on same handle, making the blades on their own cheaper and they take up far less space.
Have to share this. I live in Budapest in Hungary, where Japanese hand tools are poor imitations. Recently at the local timber yard, I had to rip some boards to get them on the roof rack. By the time the helpful asistant had found the circular saw and extension cables, the boards were ripped.
A coping saw is a tool necessary for any woodworking job that requires maximum precision. The HART Coping Saw is Ideal for cutting tight turns in wood and other materials. This tool is designed to cut intricate external shapes and interior cut-outs in woodworking or carpentry.
It can run circles around any other handheld saw, even a jigsaw. This tool cuts on the pull stroke allowing for maximum power and precision. The Heavy-Duty Steel frame will keep the blade tight while giving your tool maximum durability.
With 17 TPI you can expect smooth detailed cuts with every pull. Tackle any detailing task with a cutting depth of 4-1/2. Easily cut in whichever tight spaces you need with 360-degree blade adjustment.
The natural wood handles optimize comfort and provide stability for precision woodworking.
This a great, standard tool to have in your box. Cuts well, nice size, and easy to work with. Perfect for simple cuts, lightweight, and a good beginners tool if you’ve got inexperienced teens or others starting out.
Finest professional quality. Rich walnut stained handle. Blade is highest grade high carbon steel hardened and tempered to give clean controllable cutting action. Comes with 3 extra blades. Replacement blades (2583-6305) (2583-6321) and (2520-2417).
I bought this as I recognised the brand and trusted it to work well. Unfortunately the saw does not work very well. The bit that holds the blade at the opposite end of the handle drops out real easy during blade replacement and falls into the depths of your tool kit/under bench.
I also found that the blade twisted too easy during cutting, making it difficult to cut accurately. The saw has grooves for the blade holder to change cutting angles, but these grooves are shallow and the bit simply slips out of place.
No amount of tightening things up makes any improvements. I’d avoid this if I were you. I am going to replace mine.
This saw helped me make the right coping cuts for internal corners on a room full of skirting boards. You can be very accurate with it, the supplied blade is good. If I had one criticism I’d wish the handle was less circular so that you could index it more easily, but on the whole this is a solid & reliable product.
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