DescriptionSISKS40350: Katanaboy 500 Folding Hand SawSilky Saws
No ladder...no problem, if you've got this Katanaboy 500 folding hand saw by Silky Saws. Featuring a 19.7" blade at the end of a 25.8" handle, you've got a lot of added reach with this pruning tool. The blade is two millimeters thick, twice as thick as some other folding saw blades, providing more strength for tougher jobs. This tool has the same great GOM rubber handle as all Silky Saws and the lockback mechanism is very easy to manipulate. The teeth on this blade may just be the best thing about it. They measure 7/16" in length and are just wicked sharp. The blade folds safely into the handle for easy storage and the pivot screw is adjustable if any play develops. It's definitely something you'd want with you out in the woods or backyard for those tall or hard to reach jobs.
Translated into English, Katana means the curved, single-edge sword used by Samurai, their weapon of choice. In tree talk, we simply say “man-powered chain saw.” This beefy, two-handed folding saw from Silky is currently the biggest in its class. And with its nonslip, rubberized grip and taper-ground, impulse-hardened 19-inch blade, you’ll make mincemeat out of any firewood-sized limb that says differently
Two-handed, professional, heavy-duty folding saw with a 19.8" blade. Can easily compete with a chainsaw! Compared with the Katana, the legendary Japanese samurai sword, it is the largest folding saw on the market today. The long, well-balanced, taper-ground blade with an impulse-hardened, non-set tooth design provides extended working reach, faster cutting and handles large limbs and trunks with no effort. The non-slip, two-handed, rubberized cushioned handle provides a sure and comfortable grip even in the most difficult operating conditions. Suitable for serious tasks like cutting large timber and tree trunks. Exceptional design, strength, balance and superior finish quality. Comes with a sturdy nylon shoulder bay with Velcro fastening and a pocket for replacement blades. Made in Japan.