Specifications & Dimensions
|Gardening Tool Type:||Saws|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.7|
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Most Helpful Reviews
Fort Worth, TX
I am so pleased with the Curved Raker Tooth Saw. Just from the looks alone, you can tell it means business. It is extremely strong and sturdy. Sawing through small branches is so easy. This saw is an absolute necessity for the any sized garden or landscape.
the sales person was very helpful when i was trying to decide which saw would work best for my situation. i was so happy with the saw that i told my neighbor about it and she borrowed it and also was happy with the saw.
So I expect that the blade will hold up relatively well. The gauge of the steel is not as thick as the old time saws with which I am familiar. Nonetheless, the teeth are sharp and it seems sturdy enough to last quite a while.
Fort Worth, TX
This is a great saw for tree trimming as it cuts through with ease leaving a smooth surface. The shape makes it easy to cut through a limb without cutting an adjoining limb. It fits behind the seat of my truck easily so it is always handy.
Oklahoma City, OK
I haven't had the chance to use this, but when I picked it up after ordering it online, I was happy with what I bought. Great length of blade, and not heavy in weight, so easy to handle.
I usually buy Corona or Fiskars razor pruning saws. This saw was on sale so I thought I would give it a try. A Craftsman should be at least comparable. right? Today I trimmed several small trees with the brand new saw. What a disappointment. This thing does not perform as well as three year old, heavily used saws from Corona or Fiskars. The teeth are so large it is difficult to start a cut and when it does it tends to clog. Overall poor design when compared to other saws. Not even worth the sale price.