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Corona Clipper QuickSaw 13-Inch Pruning Saw
The Corona QuickSaw Pruning saw has a 13 inch SK4 Steel curved unitary blade, stays sharp over thousands of strokes,cuts 20% faster than comparable professional saws with our Patent Pending tooth paterns.Aluminum handle, elastomer grip, reduces hand fatigue by dampening vibrations and provide superior grip when wet or dry, with or without gloves!
Cuts 20% faster on average than comparable professional saws!
Patent-pending tooth pattern helps keep the cut channel free of sawdust, resulting in a faster cut
Replaceable 13 inch blade (AC 7900-1 Replacement Blade) made with the same SK4 high-carbon steel used in advanced knives and precision cutting tools
Taper-ground blade reduces friction between the blade and the material being cut
Blade's steel extends through the entire handle, helping you make the most powerful cuts
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3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Good pruning saw, but not the bestOct 30, 2011
By My Two Cents
I am a volunteer trail maintainer for the state park system and I have tried all sorts of pruning saws to deal with the branches I need to cut back from the trails. I gave up on using bow saws because their thin blades cannot handle branches more than 2 inches in diameter, and they bind all too easily. Other pruning saws that I tried would bind and were too frustrating to use. This Corona Clipper is a solid performer. It cuts quickly and easily, even through branches as thick as 6 inches. It rarely binds, except when the cut branch begins to sag on itself, which would affect any saw. I have gotten about 50 hours of service out of it, far more than most homeowners will ever need, and at this point, the blade needs replacing. My favorite pruning saw is the Silky Curved Landscaping Hand Saw IBUKI 390, which is more than double the price, but worth every penny. The Silky has a longer and stronger blade that zipped through everything I asked it to cut. I got probably 100 hours or more of service before the blade lost its edge. When that wore down, I had it sharpened, but the sharpening did not last for long, so I bought a new blade.
0 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Great hand sawMay 16, 2012
This saw is the real deal. Cuts fast and clean and seems to be keeping a sharp edge. Remember to grab a belt sheath. They are handy.