Blades for Japanese 265 Kataba Saw
Blades for Japanese 265 Kataba Saw
£9.90 - £10.00 (£8.25 - £8.33 Ex. VAT)

Blades for Japanese 265 Kataba Saw

  • Impulse hardened, diamond ground teeth for long-lasting performance
  • Fast cut in larger section timber
  • 0.6mm thick and 265mm long blades
  • For cutting solid wood, plywood, laminate, man-made sheet, plastics etc.
  • Universal blade available for angled and mitre cuts
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£9.90 - £10.00 (£8.25 - £8.33 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Changing the blade couldn't be easier; gently tap the back of blade on a block of wood until it comes loose. Remove the old blade, insert the new one into the holder and tap the back of the holder on the block to seat the blade. These blades are 0.6mm thick and 265mm long. Choose between the standard replacement crosscut blade or the universal blade which both crosscuts and performs better on angled or mitre cuts.



Blade Thickness 0.60 mm
Kerf 0.92 mm
Length of Blade 265 mm
Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 1 review

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andrew arthu

26 November 2018

Well Worth Purchasing

As a professional woodworker I had long been an admirer of the Japanese pull saw but with nearly a dozen traditional hand saws never felt the need. However this year in a spring - clean kind of mood I put all those saws on eBay , someone got a bargain , and purchased two Japan saws from Axminster. Beautifully light and well balanced these really are fabulous to use albeit my fine saw tended to buckle and had done so; treat with care is the by word !
The 265 is my general , well only, go - to saw now and for my trade, fine furniture conservation it is ideal when dealing with small dimension Oak, Mahogany and Walnut not to mention soft wood. The obvious drawback in my line of work is damaging and breaking teeth when dealing with previously poorly restored furniture that hides nails , screws and metal brackets and thus you condemn a 99% excellent blade due to 1 % Of missing teeth. Overall I would not go back and recommend these saws to each and every wood worker

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