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Most Helpful Reviews
Bought this despite mixed reviews and after effortlessly cutting several 9" diameter pines into 12" firewood, I've determined it's a darn good camp saw. The hardened blade holds a good kerf and remains quite sharp when kept dry, oiled, and used only on suitable woods. It breezes right through maples, pines, etc. Although like a chainsaw, hedge or locust would certainly dull it fast.
Prescott Valley, AZ
Garden City, NY
Disappointing. It is good for stuff 3 inches thick or smaller but beyond that it binds and the blade pops off. No matter how tight the blade seems with larger pieces it will pop off if it binds even slightly. I was very disappointed with it. I had been using a Stanley 15 in. SharpTooth for the small stuff. I liked the toothing of the blade. Shame I couldn't get that for my reciprocating saw. A waste of $10 !