Jack Irwin 880UN Universal Panel Saw
Jack Irwin 880UN Universal Panel Saw
£12.65 - £12.96 (£10.54 - £10.80 Ex. VAT)

Jack Irwin 880UN Universal Panel Saw

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£12.65 - £12.96 (£10.54 - £10.80 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

The IRWIN Jack Universal 880 UN Triple Ground Hardpoint Saw features a high quality C75 steel blade with unique 8tpi triple ground teeth. It offers up to 25% faster cutting performance than traditional double ground saws. A water based lacquer coating provides four times more protection than conventional anti-corrosion agents.

The handle is a proven design, light and strong with an ultra sonic welded soft-grip for increased hold and enhanced comfort. 90 and 45 degree angles integrated in the handle aid the user when marking out.

Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 1.7 out of 5 based on 1 review

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Blue Van Man

14 February 2017

Poorly Designed Saw

Very disappointed in these saws, that is Iwin saws in general. I have had the mess fortune for a using a number of differently examples resently.
The universal saw, regular and fine cut, the coated universal and tennon saw.
All of these have had the same problems, large handles that are no good unless you have to ware welding gloves to do your joinery (we had a number of people with big hand l) and extremely thin blades that are very hard to to keep cutting straight and true, not helped but the over size handle.
It's only saving grace is that it is seemingly good steel as its cuts with ease and holds in edge very well. (I cut up to 9"x9" English oak)
So if you have to cut a lot with large gloves on with not care for acuracy then this is the saw for you. But reality and saw from the 244 range would be better.

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