Japanese Super Fine Saw
Japanese Super Fine Saw
£33.60 (£28.00 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Super Fine Saw

Code: 502226

  • A saw for precision work
  • Kerf of only 0.16mm, with 42tpi
  • Blade 55mm (2.1/8") long by 15mm deep
  • Cuts on the pull stroke, teeth have no set
  • 185mm (7.1/4") long overall
  • Show More
£33.60 (£28.00 Ex. VAT)

In stock - get it tomorrow, Friday 14th Dec, order within and choose Premium delivery

Collect in store, we'll confirm your reservation within 1 hour.

Check stock at your local store

Chosen store -

Loading stock for

In stock - collect from in 1 hour

Low stock - collect from in 1 hour

Out of stock at

Change store
Learn how it works

We'll aim to dispatch your products the same day when you order before 4pm, Monday to Friday.

  • Standard UK (1-2 day) - free
  • Premium UK (next day) - from £6
  • International - available
Find out more

We're commited to selling high-quality products, however we also know thats there are times when you need to exchange or return an item.

  • No quibble 30 day returns policy
  • Arrange your return online, in-store or by phone
  • Simple and easy returns process
Find out more

Frequently Bought Together

  • Japanese Super Fine Saw
  • Japanese Kugihiki Flushcut Saw
  • Japanese Ikedame Dovetail Saw
Total: £77.59

In Detail

This is a saw for workers in wood where precision is paramount, such as musical instrument makers. A unique example of a Japanese saw, it has a kerf of only 0.16mm. The blade is 55mm (2.1/8") long and 15mm deep with extremely fine teeth at 42tpi. It cuts on the pull stroke, giving better control when working with such a fine blade. The teeth have no set. It is 185mm (7.1/4") long overall.



Blade Thickness 0.16 mm
Kerf 0.16 mm
Length of Blade 55 mm
Overall Length 185 mm
Tooth Pitch \ tpi 0.60 mm \ 42 tpi
Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3 out of 5 based on 1 review

Newest Customer Reviews


Keith Naylor

26 April 2013

Fantastic Blade but ...

I bought this saw for cutting extremely fine joints. The blade is fantastic giving a finish which hardly needs any further work.
However, I have found that the biggest disapointment is the way the blaed slips out of the spine holder after a very few strokes. Easy to push back in, but the blade is so thin that any inattention when it happens the blade will be damaged.

Privacy Policy & Cookies

We use cookies to improve and personalise our services, for marketing and for social activity. Please see our privacy policy for more information on how and why we use your data. You can change your cookie settings at any time. By continuing, you agree to our use of cookies.