This Japanese style pull saw fits into an 18 mm Olfa-style snap off knife handle. The Razorsaw is well made and cuts quickly. Bookbinders may find it useful to make small cuts while shaping wooden boards, trimming trenails, etc. There is another saw blade which I haven’t tried, the S-1162 serrated blade, designed for plastics, which might work on ethafoam. An easy and inexpensive way to add a saw to your tool kit. And whose inner 13 year old boy can resist the appeal of a pocketable saw?
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Love this, but where can you get this Jeff?
I got mine from Lee Valley, but lots of vendors sell it, google.
Is it flexible??
Hi Jeff Would you be able to supply me with one of these Razorsaws and also the knife that it fits into. They are unprocurable in NZ and I haven’t been able to buy one on- line. If there is somewhere online where I can buy one, please get me know. Many thanks. Susan Peacock
Susan Peacock firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 0212413000
You can buy this online from “Lee Valley” a tool store in Canada.