Low force exertion thanks to thin saw blade
A Japanese saw is a collapsible handsaw and the counterpart of the precision saws that are common in Europe. The key difference is that Japanese saws only cut on the pull stroke. The especially thin saw blade is a great advantage, along with the associated fine cut, which is achieved with low force exertion. Thanks to the extremely sharp trapezoidal toothing, the cut timber no longer requires finishing. This saves time and offers attractive results.
- Fine cuts
- Low force exertion
- Little material wear
- Saves time
- Easy to handle
- Flexible saw blade
- The cutting surfaces are very sharp.
- Practise handling before first use to avoid injuries.
Application areas: carpentry crafts, tree care, pruning of trees etc.
|Art. no.||Length of saw blade||Dimensions||Material thickness||PU||EAN|
|800400||240 x 35 x 1 mm||530/200 mm||1 mm||1||4251314702654|