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  • posted bythenextarcher1 on 12/06/2014

    Pros: Easy to use cuts well, handles are more comfortable than competitors cons: would be nice to have in orange Read more

    Deal Extreme Pocket Saw: Outdoor Survival Portable Pocket Hand Saw Chain

    Impression:Survival,Bushcrafter ,Saw;

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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 ... 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 ... 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 ... Read more

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  • 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,... 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 ... 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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