Veritas Gent's Saws
Veritas Gent's Saws
£47.62 (£39.68 Ex. VAT)

Veritas Gent's Saws

  • 0.4mm thick high-carbon steel
  • Injection moulded back creates a solid one-piece blade/spine/mount assembly
  • Brass nut secures comfortable hardwood handle
  • Saw cuts easily and stays true
£47.62 (£39.68 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Sharing the same, advanced materials as the Veritas dovetail and carcass saws, these Gent’s saws have 200mm long high-carbon steel blades just 0.4mm thick with 0.08mm of teeth set per side. The 20tpi ripsaw has teeth with a 14" rake angle and a 60° included angle. The teeth on the 22tpi crosscut saw have a rake angle of 15°, an included angle of 60° and alternating 15° bevel angles so that they sever rather than tear wood fibres. Both saws have a cut depth of 41mm. For strength and rigidity, the glass and stainless steel-filled polymer spine is moulded over the blade and handle stud. A brass nut secures the Bubinga handle to the blade. Made in Canada.



Blade Thickness 0.40 mm
Kerf 0.56 mm
Length of Blade 200 mm
Reviews (1)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 1 review

Newest Customer Reviews


Michael Forster

12 June 2013

Good Veritas kit

I added this to my set because I wanted a finer crosscut saw - the Veritas rip-tooth 20tpi Dovetail Saw is a beautiful bit of kit and I wanted something like it in a crosscut. This saw doesn't disappoint - starts easily, cuts very cleanly and the back has enough weight to aid its passage so you don't have to exert downward pressure. It would have been a 5-star review had it had a tenon- rather than a gent's-saw handle - that makes it much easier to sense the angle of cut for precise work. But that's the only complaint I can make - just like the other Veritas saws, it's a beauty.
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