This compact saw with a 200mm long blade is ideal for use in confined spaces or tight spots where conventional saws are too large. The sharply ground universal teeth (rip/cross/mitre cut) can easily cope with cutting solid wood, plywood, blockboard etc.
Impulse hardening means the teeth stay sharp much longer for long-lasting great performance. The thin kerf and pull-stroke action make cutting almost effortless. Changing blades is a simple tap to loosen the old blade and then clipping a new one in place. This is also an advantage by allowing you to separate the blade from the handle for safer and easier storage in a toolbox. The ergonomic handle flares slightly and has a rubber coating for a comfortable and secure grip. Overall, it makes a jolly handy small saw.
Blade length: 200mm, thickness: 0.50mm, kerf: 0.70mm, pitch: 1.75mm.
|Blade Thickness||0.50 mm|
|Length of Blade||200 mm|
|Tooth Pitch \ tpi||1.75 mm \ 14.5 tpi|
4 June 2018
A really handy sawI bought this for the grand children to use ( yes they do know how to use it safely), and find myself using it all the time for cutting smaller pieces of wood. The universal teeth are a bit coarser than my cross cut kataba saw and don't give such a good finish, but they do rip cutting quite well for a combination blade. The rubbery handle is not very pleasant, but it's a good size for the youngsters to use two-handed. All together a very useful saw at a bargain price.