Quality is a budget priority. The tool is the same as advertised. It is durable, high quality and efficient at a relatively low price. It is resistant to rust and is made of high end heat treated steel. The device is packed with the benefits of expensive brands, but it is a much more cost efficient solution. The largest folding saw is on the market. It is possible for two-handed operation. The blade has a cutting capacity of 10. It's great for use on off-road adventures on snowmobile, ATV, motorcycle, or horseback. Comes with a carrying case. Silky Saws have a limited lifetime warranty. Silky Saws have a limited lifetime warranty.
👤I own a business that does wilderness trail construction and maintenance, and it's become a very useful niche item for maintenance. We carry a few cutting tools when we do maintenance. A bowsaw, a pulaski, and a crosscut saw are similar to this. Blowdown sizes that are too big for the gyokucho and bowsaw, but small enough the crosscut turns into a pain in the ass, are a routine before we got this. It's fantastic if you understand what it's used for. It's pretty self explanatory. It's expensive. A pull saw costs roughly 40 dollars. One of the katana boy blades lasts half the time. I don't like the folding action design since you're closing the blade on your fingers. The safeties are awkward and I think a better handle design would fix a lot of the issues. If you're doing trail clearing or cutting wood over 6 in diameter, it's not awkward to use the larger pull saw. It's a great purchase. The blade is very strong.
👤This saw cuts through faster than you would expect. Every review about sharpness is true. I was cutting down a patch of buckthorn and didn't pay attention to where my right hand was and the blade flew through before I could react and expose more of my internal workings than I ever want to see again. There was a bloody mess. I kept working with one hand because I tied the digital up tight. I fell a total of about twenty buckthorn trees in a half hour. The saw is lethal and silent. Very happy, a little scared, but happy.
👤This thing is very light for it's size, but it's beautiful, and you are scared that you will cut your hand off at any moment, because the saw is so sharp and huge. It's wonderful. You have the confidence that you can quickly get your job done and become a lumberjack. You can grow your beard by touching it. This is a must if you go camping a lot and always have the fire wood collector. It's designed for cutting logs and kindling branches.
👤I decided on 500 because of the cost and weight. It was too good to pass up. I had a chance to use this and it was amazing. I can't get over how easy it is. I had a steep hillside and needed to clear some trees. This was the perfect opportunity to try out my chainsaw. I finished in 45 minutes. I was taking out 2 trees in one pull. The pulls were 6 or 8. I never touched the ground with the stihl The hill was very steep and I would ruin it. I purchased this to process wood while camping and bushcrafting, but I keep it in my truck in case I see a tree across the road. That is efficient and effective. I will buy as many as I can and give them as birthday or Christmas gifts if I find it again. I could keep going about it.
Sport type is camping and hiking. There is a foldable hand. This professional handsaw has high-quality design and superior performance. The blade can be folded down and the double-fist rubber handle is easy to grip. You can easily store the handsaw in your pocket, glove compartment, or storage case. You can use this blade for a number of jobs, including trimming, branch cutting, and maintaining your lawn or garden. This blade is the perfect addition to your tool collection, no matter how hard or delicate the work is. You can use this handsaw for effective sawing today. Light weight dumbbell The blade attachment was designed to be light enough to cut through harder objects without the teeth getting stuck. With this high-quality blade, you can complete difficult jobs more effectively than with an average saw blade. Heavy-DUTY CONSTRUCTION. The saw blade is made from high-quality steel that is 1.4mm thick. The blade's teeth were hardened to improve its cutting capabilities. The blade is 362mm in length, with 6 teeth per inch. Japanese cutting technology. The saw blade has a high-quality and smooth-cutting design. The blade's teeth can last up to three times longer than non-hardened blade teeth, thanks to the use of impulse-hardening technology. Japanese cutting technology. The saw blade has a high-quality and smooth-cutting design. The blade's teeth can last up to three times longer than non-hardened blade teeth, thanks to the use of impulse-hardening technology.
👤I assumed the statements were hype and hyperbole. They are sort of. This thing is amazing. It is much faster than any other saw I have used. I think the comments on the blade bending come from people who understand how a Japanese saw works. They all cut on the pull stroke and don't cut on the push stroke at all. There should be no downward pressure applied when you push the saw forward. When pushing the saw forward, I apply a slight lifting pressure. The pull stroke is the only place where down pressure should be applied. If you do it this way, you will find it easy to cut. The blade can be binding by the pressure of the limb. This can be stopped in two different ways. All of the ways to make an undercut first! * Unless the branch or log is an inch or so around, make and undercut first. This is very easy to do with the saw. It cuts up as well as it cuts down. I have made undercuts that were over half way through the limb and then cut it down with a down cut. The cut top and bottom should be marked. The cut will go faster if the limb rotates. A cutting wedge can help a lot. I have cut 6” limbs with this saw and am a volunteer for the Park Service. I can't say enough good things about it. I ordered a Katana Boy because I love it so much.
👤Light and sharp folding saw. The blade is thin, something that others have an issue with. The saw won't have any problems if you follow the instructions and pay attention to the fact that the saw cuts on the pull. I can't see how it would break if you twisted it to one side or bent it. You know what it takes to keep a saw from binding if you've processed wood before. I bought this particular size Silky to take backpacking and it's been great to use. I wanted to cut larger limbs and small tress with 12 " diameter trunks, so I chose this over the Bacho Laplander. I found this saw to be easy to use. There is a The Silky sheath will allow you to free up your hands for carrying wood, so if you're a backpacker, definitely purchase it. If you're going to strap it to the outside of your pack, you'll need to modify it.
👤I've used this for a year and a half and am writing this review. I spent a lot of time researching the differences between the silky models. My main interest was cutting firewood for camping. I carefully consider the weight to utility ratio of everything I carry. A one pound saw would process wood faster and with less effort than an axe. A baton can be used to split wood. It's cutting speed and precision is incredible for something that weighs so little and is powered by a motor. I've used it to cut up a large limb that fell in my yard. I bought a Gomboy with medium teeth to see how it would affect cutting speed. It seems to cut the speed of this model by half. If you have a specific task, I recommend getting the largest size teeth per model.
The package includes a 53 inch rope saw, a throwing weight pouch, 2 handles, and a hand strap. The spring snap hook has a round file. The blade is made of #65 manganese steel and is stronger than other folding saws. 7” Triple Razor Tooth blade makes for faster and cleaner cuts. The Multi Use Folding Saw is great for camping, survival, backpacking, trees, gardening, and landscaping. The safety lock blade can't be opened until the saw blade is closed. Edward Tools come with a lifetime warranty. Edward Tools come with a lifetime warranty.
👤So far, I'm staying sharp. I have been cutting trees in the yard and branches off other trees. Like it.
👤I was looking for something that I could keep in my pocket that I could use to remove the small plants from my field. The only good thing is that it fits in my pocket. It is dull. Very dull. This isn't a quality pocket saw. Look somewhere else.
👤I wanted to cut larger branches on the mock orange tree. My lack of strength made the branches too thick for Pruning shears and loppers. I tried to use the saw, but it didn't work. It barely reached the center of the branch after sawing for a long time. Not good. I used my lopper to call a neighbor who had a saw. I will be returning the product.
👤I used this to cut down on the branches of the shrubs. I bought a lopper which was much more effective and easy to use than the saw.
👤It hurts the trees.
👤This is an item that you will want in your pack for clearing lanes around camp. Will split the H bone on an animal in a short time.
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👤I loved the last one. Medium sized wood can be cleared over logging roads.
There is a 30 day no risk guarantee. The product has a 30 day satisfaction guarantee. Return it for a full refund if it isn't perfect for you. A general purpose folding saw has a blade of 7 teeth per inch and can cut both green and dry wood. 7 TPI of XT toothing. The blade is coated with rust protection. The plastic handle has a leather strap. It's specially designed for hunters, campers, and wildlife enthusiasts. It has a safety lock for both lock-in and lock-out. It has a safety lock for both lock-in and lock-out.
👤It has been a long time since I replaced my backpacking saw. I have used that thing for fire prep on camping trips for the past twenty years, usually for cutting deadwood off of pine and oak trees. I found glowing reviews of both the Pocket Boy and the Laplander when I did my research. I was sure that I wanted one of these saws, but which one? I decided on both. Which one is better? It's hard to say. The Pocket Boy and the Laplander weigh the same. There is no real advantage for backpacking. The Laplander has a blade and handle. Longer reach takes up more space in the pack. There is no real advantage for backpacking. The Laplander feels better in my hands. Longer handle gives more options for grip. The Pocket Boy has a handle that can be held in one way. It is very definite about how to grip. The handle of the Laplander is curved. The Laplander has a small advantage. They both cut up pine, redwood, Douglas fir, and oak well. The Laplander is a very good, fast saw, which is far better than my old camping saw, and better than the fixed-blade Sandvik saw in my workshop. The Silky cuts very dark. The Silky does not bother to go through wood. It does all the work for you, you just drag it through. The Silky is the point. The short version is that both are great camping saws, but it is a matter of personal preference. The Silky and the Laplander will be working with me in the back yard.
👤I went to Homedepot and got a folding handsaw and was like, "if I think this is for me, I'll get a better one". I put it in the box because it sounded good. 3 years later, my wife buys me this thing for Father's day, and I was like, "Woah." When she said " well aren't ya gonna use it?", she was ready to throw it in the box next to the other one. I did what any kid would do with a gift. I pretended to use it. I used it more and wanted to prove that it was junk. It exceeded my expectations. It's on my belt loop.
👤I am very happy with this tool. Most people will recommend a Silky. I haven't used a Silky yet. If you need to process large sticks that are bordering on log thickness, you may want to use a bigger saw. There are a number of things that I find useful in this folding saw. The size is so small. I was surprised at how small it was. I think it is a very capable saw. The size is large. It's easy to pack. I can put it in my back pocket. I wanted a folding saw with a straight blade. I prefer this style of blade for any craft bush project where you need a flat cut. The handle is comfortable. If you loosen the pivot screw slightly, you can deploy the blade with a flick of the wrist. I saw that on the internet. The quality and price of the Laplander make it a great choice for a folding saw.
Long lasting with a LIFETIME WARRANTY: The folding hand saw is going to last a long time in your garden tools set. The saw is covered by a guarantee. Contact their customer service if you have any questions or need assistance. High performance! More blades make cutting trees more efficient. The Bi-Directional cutting blade is the best material for saws because of its high quality 65Mn steel. It is a perfect fit for anyone. It is a great gift for any outdoor enthusiast. The Emergency Survival Saw is lightweight and compact, making it easy to pack and take along. Wood sawing is used for forest harvesters. It's ideal for cutting firewood in survival situations. The bands have a bright orange color. There is a portable pouch and wristlet made from 2m Survival Rope. 100% satisfaction guarantee. Their goal is to have 100% satisfaction for their customer. They are always here for you if you have any quality related issues with their saws. They have a money back guarantee for their product. 100% satisfaction guarantee. Their goal is to have 100% satisfaction for their customer. They are always here for you if you have any quality related issues with their saws. They have a money back guarantee for their product.
👤An arboriculturalist wanted to charge $700 to cut a branch. The total cost was close to 2000 dollars. The branches were over the roof of my house. I decided to use a rope and a chainsaw to cut the branches. I did a few cuts to limit the weight of the portion that dropped and to allow it to swing away from the house. I only spent $50 on the work because I already had the chainsaw to cut up the wood, and I didn't damage the house. I used a fishing pole and a tennis ball to cut the area I needed to. I used the fishing line to pull a smaller nylon cord over and then used a thicker nylon paracord rope to pull the thicker nylon rope over. I pulled the rope back to make the cut after tying it to the chainsaw blade. It is better to get a chainsaw blade that is the longest you can find and has a lower tooth density. The chain that I had with a larger number of teeth made it harder to cut and sometimes got stuck. I bought a second blade from Amazon and it worked better than the first.
👤It's the best item to pack when off-roading. It is good for gathering firewood and making short work of cutting it, but also for clearing the felled trees blocking the road and your adventure. The chain saw has a cutting blade. With so much cutting surface your technique will determine your effectiveness or your frustration, because every other link cuts in one direction and the remaining cut in the other direction. Cutting in both directions will make your task quicker. Try to use the saw in a v shape on smaller branches. Pull with your palms apart. The closer you are to each other, the harder the pull is. The chain should be glided over the branch. The tool can do the job without you pulling at it. The cutting is not very hard and the movement is not very fast. The best approach to trees blocking the road is to have a team approach them. It is difficult to work together at best. One person is on the tree. Don't push the chain saw into the log. It will cut quicker and easier in both directions. Clean and lubricate your tool. Lubricate before use. You may need to lubricate your cutting tools. After removing wood chips, clean. Before packing, lubricate. You are putting it away. If you don't remember, the tool will rust out before you use it again. I pack chain saw oil and wd-40 in zip lock storage bags. Enjoy your new chain saw.
👤Made in China. It has not disappointed me yet. I was good at cutting dry trees quickly. I take mountain biking to cut small trees that fall over my biking trails. I don't want to carry a tool on a mountain bike ride. It fits in your pocket. It is about the size of a wallet and is good for trees up to about a telephone pole. It runs off your own physical strength. You're probably not going to build a log cabin or clear some acres with it... I think that's correct. I bought this because it was useful for the occasional tree that blocks my mountain biking path. It is small and durable. If you are a novice user, it can bind and get stuck.
Cut the capacity in half. The Carbon Steel Teeth of the PERFECT GIFT are 62 Sharpest. It doesn't matter how it lands because the High Saw Limb has an upgraded 48 inch chain with blades on both sides. There are lots of freebees. If you buy their chainsaw, you will get two emergency safety ropes, two sturdy woven nylon handles, three spring buckles, and a throwing weight pouch. The accessible surgical scalpel cuts high limbs safely and easily from the ground. Their saws will allow you to cut through wood with ease. A There are a lot of uses. The chainsaw is perfect for camping. They will give you a 100% money-back guarantee if you don't like using their pocket chainsaw. They will give you a 100% money-back guarantee if you don't like using their pocket chainsaw.
👤I used this saw to cut down some branches. It worked on a few branches, but got stuck on the last one. The saw is very sharp and cuts quickly, but it is difficult to get it into the tree. The chain under the branch will pinch the saw and it will be stuck. We stood on either side of the branch and sawed it. The chain will bend and get stuck if each person is not directly across from the other. If you want to save a few hundred on cutting down a high branch, you can use two people and plan carefully, but this can work for you. The rope saw the cams. There are parts in a box. My branches were over 30 feet high. I used a parachute cord. The rope for the throwing bag and two others for the saw worked best for me. Throwing a line with the yellow ropes that come with this was difficult. I put a half pound rock in the bag. Square knots were used for my connections. Once I got a line over and hauled the saw up, cutting was easy, just short strokes and branches came down quickly. The branches I cut were small and did not come down cleanly, I had no smooth straight cuts because of the weight of the branch pulling itself down before the cut was complete. There were some difficulties getting the rope down. I had to remove all the knots before I pulled the rope back down. The metal clips were good. They will lose with a lot of force. Quality could have been better. The chain needs to be sharp. I have a few photos of the saw but can't post them on the internet.
👤The two of us were able to use the chain saw on the rope. We wanted to open the view to the water and bring down some dead limbs. When the tree trimmer did not show up, we took this project on. It took 2 days to trim 10 trees and 60 limbs that ranged in size from about 1/2 to 10 inches. The guide-line was thrown over the limbs and set up for the actual sawing. The biggest limbs can be cut in 10 minutes or less. My brother gave me the longer rope that is needed but not supplied. The saw worked great and we had the best time. The big limbs were cut twice and a few times to avoid the breaking limb stripping the bark at the tree. We used a round, 1.25 pound dumbbell weight for throwing the guide string over the limbs and it easily reached the 35-40 foot heights. The saw arrived on time, it was easy to set up, and the 48 inch length was a perfect fit. We were cutting through 10 inch limbs in less than 10 minutes. The saw can get stuck in the small or large limbs if the cutting angle is not big enough, and one of the carabiners that the rope was tied to broke. I plan on buying a couple more for Christmas gifts so I can work with my children. Thomas is now a believer.
Product applications include lawn and garden. The GOMBOY Professional is Silky's #1 selling saw worldwide and it's not surprising that it is. A premium Japanese handle is matched with precision-ground, impulse-hardened teeth. The GOMBOY Professional is the only folding saw on the market that offers superior performance and ergonomics. The blade length is 8.3 inches, with 10 teeth per inch and 30mm teeth configuration. There is a clear plastic carrying case. Pruning, trimming, lawn and garden are some of the product applications.
👤I am a firefighter. I do tree work on the side. This seemed like a decent small saw to have in my pack on fires and my pocket as a backup saw when I cut trees. I was hoping for a nice little saw, I have used all the silky's that I have. I was blown away by the initial thoughts. She cut great and it was easy to use. It snapped the top off halfway into my 6th. We will see how warranty plays into it. The way it snapped looked like a mistake. I have used hand saws all my life and this is the first time it has happened. The blade seems to be on the thin side. I assume that it's easy to cut for weight and ease. I wouldn't recommend buying one if this is how they all are. If you are actually using it, look for something that is a little more sturdy. If you only need to make 5 gentle cuts in your garden, this is the saw for you.
👤This is the easiest folding saw to use. The silky brand saws are in a league of their own and I have used others in the past. The gomboy is perfect for packing and keeping a fire. Comes with a plastic case. The katanboy500 will do the job of a chain saw without the hassle of noise and gas. The saws are perfect for bushcraft. This and the katanaboy500 are all I need to keep my stove going.
👤I'm not sure why they tout replaceable blades when they cost more than a whole new saw. The whole new saw is $26 and the Prime replacement blade is $35. :/ If you know what you're doing, you can touch these up if you have a small file. When the blade costs more than a whole new unit, the saw is disposable. The blade is replaceable. You can do it, but why? If you need to pack in a couple of redundant units, it's cheaper to buy a bunch of whole units and take those blades out.
👤I use it on camping, hunting, bushcrafting and similar trips. I was trying to not spend the coin on this thing because I was cheap. Thanks to the positive feedback it was getting, I decided to give it a try. I was in love with the wood before I cut it. It has a very aggressive cut that makes it easy to work on logs. It is very light and seems well made, and you have a winner here. It's light and perfect for the bottom of a BDU cargo pocket.
👤The adventurer was considering getting one after watching video reviews. I gave him a one for his birthday. He wanted to know how I knew it. It's a dad thing. I also want one. This was the size of the teeth. It was updated months later. On a recent visit to my son's neighbor's house, I used his birthday present to clean up around the house. The old widow lady is over 80 years old. It cut through the limb with little effort. It cut through half inch to two inch live mulberry that were growing around the neighbors foundation. I found the saw comfortable to use and cut through green branches easily. There is a I need to have better tools than my son. There is a The teeth are sharp. sensible precautions around this
Improve your woodworking life. If you are a beginner or a master in using saws, it will give you a brand new experience from using traditional Japanese style saws and will allow you to make a wider variety of woodworking products. Premium quality. The EverSaw Folding Saw has a medium-tooth 8 inch carbon steel blade and is built to last. The ribbed rubber handle of their small hand saw has an ergonomics and non-slip design that will give you a good grip. The triple-cut razor teeth of your backpacking saw are made for pull cut sawing with 9 teeth per inch to provide smooth fast sawing. A small saw for wood can cut through branches, bone, and even plastic up to 4 inches in diameter. Their pocket folding saw is versatile and can be used for camping, survival, and everyday yard work. You can use their mini folding saw as a folding camp saw, backpack saw, folding tree saw, folding garden saw, survival saw, tree branch saw, limb saw, and add it to your hunting saw set. Their blade is designed with a stronger gear lock to keep the open blade firmly in place, so it's the safest blade you can buy. The full length of the blade and handle is 17 inches and 912 inches when closed. If you experience any issues with your HPG product, Home Planet Gear will give you a full replacement warranty. If you contact HPG directly through the Amazon messaging system, they will be happy to assist you with any questions, issues or difficulties you have. HPG strives for 100% customer satisfaction. If you experience any issues with your HPG product, Home Planet Gear will give you a full replacement warranty. If you contact HPG directly through the Amazon messaging system, they will be happy to assist you with any questions, issues or difficulties you have. HPG strives for 100% customer satisfaction.
👤I haven't had a chance to use it since my husband gave me it for Christmas. The blade won't stay closed if it's hung by the hole on the handle. I didn't return it right away because I will only use it to hang in my shed. After I have a chance to use it in my garden, I will update my post. The seller contacted me after I posted my review. He told me that the screw on the hinge area of the blade could be adjusted to solve my problem. They would give me a new saw if I didn't. There was a great day today. I was going to do some yard work and I decided to tighten the screw just a small amount. The moment here is DUH. I was happy to say that the saw worked well and that I used it a bit. I was able to see through some branches in my fifties. I will probably need my husband's help, but I have weak wrists. The blade stays closed because of the great customer service andease of use. I'm changing my rating.
👤It was taken on a backpacking trip for its maiden voyage. It is most comfortable up to 4” diameter logs. It was a rainy trip and having this to get branch spikes off downed pines was a huge help. I could split the branches with my knife or hatchet and get the dry inner wood. We would have had no fire. The locking mechanism is great and I spent the money on it instead of cheaper saws. Being a pull saw blade was preferred. The blade is still sharp despite being made around 20 or so. Time will tell. I hope this blade is a replacement part. I will try and order a few for the future. The handle rubber held up well and we gave it some moderate abuse.
👤It was used for the first time today by the wife. I have pro's and con's for the things that happened, but this is my first folding saw. When they say durable, they mean it. I got overzealous and attacked a full branch and against their recommendation I was sawing back and forth, it got hung up on a pinch point. I pulled it free and it was not damaged. It's small enough to fit in the little cargo pocket on my old Carhart pants and I was able to get through the oak in about 5 minutes. It's not a pro or con, just a heads up that it does cut best on the pull stroke. I wish the closed position had a lock or at least a little tension, when you pull it out, it will open. The screw was too loose when it was delivered and I tightened it. It was too tight. I think it loosened a little as I was sawing, a screw or pin lock would be nice. So, the whole thing? I don't regret buying it, is it the best? Is it a very durable, perfectly functioning, small enough to pocket and worth it's price? I am more than satisfied with the price and quality I received.
Japanese cutting technology. The saw blade has a high-quality and smooth-cutting design. The blade's teeth can last up to three times longer than non-hardened blade teeth, thanks to impulse-hardening technology. Silky's #1 selling GomBoy folding saw is the GomBoy Curve Professional. The new and improved version has a curved blade. The blade has hardened teeth. The carrying case is made of plastic. Pruning, camping, hiking, and hunting are all applications. Pruning, camping, hiking, and hunting are all applications.
👤Fantastic tool. As long as you remember to be careful, it goes through wood like butter. It went through a fallen pine with a blade that was not binding. This is the first pull saw I have used in Japan. If you're not trying to break speed records and keep an easy rhythm, you'll be fine, even if you read lots of reviews that say they're junk because the thin blade will bend and break easily. The two best pieces of advice I can give are printed on the packaging and wear gloves.
👤Quality control is lacking. I own 6 similar saws. I decided to upgrade to the Gomboy 240 after listening to the reviews. I used this saw with two others to compare a cut. I used the Gomboy after cutting with cheaper saws. The first cut was very good. The blade snapped from the second cut. The blade was dry and solid. I was an auto engineer and when I looked at the break it was very brittle. The spine of the saw should have been softer because of the heat treatment. The blade was not good. The saw body was comfortable. I have never had a saw blade break in the cheaper saws. I will be asking for a new blade.
👤I have been carrying a folding saw in my pack for more than two decades. The folding saw has seen less use since I began carrying a forest axe several years ago. Two weeks ago, I was clearing a trail with an axe and saw, and the Sandvik seemed to be getting tired. The teeth are still sharp, but the anti stick coating is peeling and it is a lot of work to cut two or three inch limbs. The Silky Gomboy was too awkward to swing the axe. I put it to the test on some maple limbs. I heard the saws were cut and I was not disappointed. The limbs had come down. The pull action is the same as the Sandvik saw. The saw is lightweight and will not be noticed in my pack. I like the case as well. Highly recommended.
👤After a few uses, the blade broke. I am aware that it is a PULL blade, but sometimes when you are cutting a limb, especially the larger ones, your arm can get tired and you can accidentally bite into the wood. This $54 was rendered useless because one third of the blades length broke off.
👤Wow! This is my first Silky. I've bought other cheap saws and thought they were fine. I used this. There is no comparison. I use this as a bush saw when camping and hunting. I decided to get it because of the reviews I saw. I decided to check it out after getting it a few days ago. I had to cut around the house to clean it up. The saw cut through the trees. I was surprised how quickly it cut through the wood. I'm happy I spent the money for a quality product, and I'm sold on this product.
It's important to them that you buy with confidence. They can make sure you have your money back. The 10" blade is ideal for cutting small to medium branches. The intricately designed, convenient, co-molded handle provides a comfortable grip for extended use. The folding blade is easy to maintain and prevents injury when not in use. It's IMPULSE to have a long service life. The tool season is extended after each season. It is possible to cut up to 6 teth per inch with chisels. The cuts are quicker than a traditional saw.
👤There was a lot of saw in the package. I cut 4 25' trees into firewood in about 2 hours. The base probably has a diameter of about 6 inches. We had a big campfire. 2 of the guys I was with decided to buy a saw of their own. The chrome blade doesn't get stuck when cutting wood that isn't completely dry. I used this for 8 days of camping. The blade has dulled. It is still cutting, but it is a lot slower than before. A lot. It would take about 12-16 days out for a normal camper to get a large fire when they are camping, because we like to have a large fire to stay warm. I am amazed at how soft the metal is. I'm thinking about buying another blade, but I know it's going to dull again. This should be expected for the price. My rating was lowered from 5 to 3 stars because of the blade's softness.
👤Every year I have to cut trees on my property that are growing on steep slopes because I am a female in my 70's. I have no problems using this saw to cut down trees. It folds since the slopes are slippery. When I'm cutting, I sit on the slope. The trees fall down the slope below me because I don't have to bend. I have cut several that were 4 or 5 inches in diameter. I estimate I've cut 60 or 70 trees since I've had the saw. The saw cuts them very quickly. You have to remember that it cuts on the pull. My saw is 3 years old and still sharp. I highly recommend.
👤It is as sharp as a bowsaw. Control will leave a cut that looks like it has been sanded flat. It's safer to carry. It will reach where a bowsaw doesn't. It will cut the job with a flush with the trunk. I use it and loppers for the first stage of disposal of a limb or tree. I like to bring in the chainsaw after I take care of the cuts of less than 2 inches. I kept it in an open shed. I noticed rust spots after 18 months. I keep a paint brush and a bottle of motor oil in my car. I thought the blade was made of steel, but I oil it to keep it from sticking. Maybe the light oil wasn't enough. The saw works well, so I found the problem in time. blades that can rust look like blades that can't I wish he had warned me.
👤The knife looks solid. The 10 inch was ordered by me. It is like a foot when folded. The only down size that I have seen so far is the fact that the teeth are still exposed when the knife is folded, but not a deal brake for me. Time will tell, so I should give 4 stars. It looks great so far. If something goes wrong, I will update my review. It's a good thing.
2,560 calories per day and 7,680 calories per day. The package includes a chainsaw with paracord handle, a pouch and a fire starter. It is lightweight, flexible, and compact and can be cut very quickly. It is possible to extend reach high branches with the paracord handle. It can cut through wood from small branches to large tree trunks in seconds, which could save you a lot of time and effort. It's light and easy to carry, and it could be folded in a small carrying pouch. It can be used for a wide range of outdoor activities. There is a 100% money back guarantee. It can be used for a wide range of outdoor activities. There is a 100% money back guarantee.
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