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  • posted byrjluehrs on 06/02/2014

    + Extremely sharp stainless cutters. + Much thinner than bike chain. + Longer than expected. + Straps look tougher than expected. + Great price. + Nice nylon pouch with plastic bags. - Some cutting links are close to handles. - Some links are stiff to bend/flex. * Like razor-sharp chainsaw blade, except with fewer teeth so it is easier to pull. * Will ... Read more

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  • posted byjuuce on 08/16/2013

    -It is identical to the Sabre Cut Saw which retails 3 times the listed price, -Comes with the nice little baggy which the sabre cut also comes with - Its a great design, just youtube sabre cut and you will see its a favoured saw by survival enthusiasts. -The nylong straps are good so you can stick a stick in either side and get a better grip, or you ... Read more

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  • posted bymeneerB on 03/22/2013

    Hand operated. Highly effective bi-directional cutting. Self-cleaning teeth. Smooth cutting flexible non-binding "blade". Strong wide nylon (webbing) straps, so you can use it when wearing gloves. Very lightweight. Easy to handle. Comes with a carrying bag. Carrying bag could have been a bit sturdier, but is adequate for the job. Great for ... Read more

  • posted byNikotin2000 on 02/05/2013

    Comfortable, lightweight, compact saw for outings and trips. Use for picnics and trips by bicycle. After purchase no longer need to carry a hatchet. Immediately cutting into the tree, and do not need to put dub canvas like flat saws. Tried three types of devices - this is the most convenient. It may, in fact, more teeth would be more effective. Branch ... Read more

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  • posted byCriggie on 07/21/2012

    Its small and light and actually cuts reasonably well. While its not as quick as a bowsaw its quick enough. There are 3 pictures uploaded of me cutting a 10cm / 4" plum tree limb, and it took a total of 34 pulls on each side (68 pulls total) until the branch snapped under its own weight. I can imagine tying a rope to either handle to use this from ... Read more

    Before starting 10cm plum branch After 20 pulls per handle (40 total) Done, snapped at 34 pulls per side (68 total)
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