Japanese Hassunme Crosscut Saw
Japanese Hassunme Crosscut Saw
£30.38 (£25.32 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Hassunme Crosscut Saw

Code: 110039

  • Tooth form leaves incredible finish on end grain
  • Replaceable 0.5mm thick and 250mm long blade
£30.38 (£25.32 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Japanese Hassunme Crosscut Saw
  • Ice Bear Replacement Blade for Japanese Hassunme Rip Saw
  • Nobex 505 Magnetic Saw Guide
  • Japanese Saw Case
Total: £85.09
Description

In Detail

The tooth form of this crosscut saw leaves the most incredible finish on end grain, almost like a planed surface. Featuring a replaceable blade 0.5mm thick and 250mm long, this saw will produce cuts to be proud of. N.B. The blades are interchangeable between Hassunme saws.

Specification

Specification

Blade Length 250mm
Reviews (12)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.8 out of 5 based on 12 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews

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Mark

25 April 2017

Dovetails and blood

I bought this saw and forgot all about it. After just making a moxon vice, I wanted to test it on some dovetails. Remembering I had the saw I marked and cut the pins using the blue tape trick.

Wow, this saw cuts fast. You need to take your time with it. It cuts clean too.

Mistakenly lending it to a friend. It was later returned covered in blood, with a dinged blade. I am going to order 2 blades and my lending days are over.

Additionally if you file the teeth off. You can make some excellent cabinet scrapers from the old blades.
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JT

5 July 2016

lovely

If you want a perfect joint and are careful with your tools then this is for you.
The price has gone up in keeping with its popularity over the last few years: used to be a bargain, now its just good for the money.
Never let anyone else use it unless you've seen the state of their kit and how they use it: some folks will bend or break your blade in seconds.
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Dave Reynell

8 June 2016

My only saw

Purchased this saw in September 2006 and have never used another hand-saw since. One can split a pencil line with these. For fine cabinet work and boat-building an indispensable tool.
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John Bourn

11 August 2014

Hassunme crosscut

I'm a (retired) cabinetmaker and am highly critical of hand tools, if its bad it doesn't get into my kit. I would not be without this saw. It is quite simply in a class of its own. Nothing but nothing compares to the ease of use, the quality of finish and the accuracy you will achieve. I would not say this is a saw for every task, but when you need finesse and a delicate cut this is the dogs!! Used now for over fourteen years (not the one blade of cause) I can vouch for their longevity. Throw away blades seem to be the way we are going. If you buy this saw I'm sure you will find it a revelation and as for the rip cut version, don't bother its rubbish.
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James G

8 August 2014

Incredible Finish

Having come from working mostly with small gent's saws, I realised I needed something able to cut thicker timbers. Based on the reviews I bought this, and was stunned by the quality of the finish it left on endgrain - even through old, dark and tough santos mahogany - it left a buttery smooth finish on the end grain, which resists fine sanding as the open pores tend to fill up with sawdust, ruining the look, open up completely new options with regards to working in some exotic woods.

Worth noting is that the teeth are very fragile - a bump by a relative broke a couple of teeth, but this hasn't really impacted how it cuts.

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