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  • posted bygimlet1 on 11/02/2013

    This product is light weight, but extremely capable at cutting through most materials I have tested such as wood and a piece of PVC tube, it cuts quite quickly through materials. It is really good, because of it being abrasive it does not have a sharp cutting edge which means to it difficult to cut yourself ... Read more

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  • posted byGuzzet on 09/08/2013

    It's worth the money, as it's a really portable saw for hiking, fishing and such. It's not really bendable, and it's more like some twisted wires than a "saw", as it grinds through material more than cuts them. It's not very durable, unfortunatly, but it's really cheap so that compensates it.... Read more

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  • posted byninjahippie on 06/23/2013

    Does the job. Perfect for the emergency survive kit The wire is super thin and unwinds and gets kinks in it. I keep thinking its going to snag and snap (Could just be me) I got it for my emergency survive kit for hiking. Perfect for that use but if you are planning it using it all the time I would go ... Read more

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  • posted byDrakenZ on 04/28/2013

    Used this to cut a small tree in my backyard, worked great and as i would have expected it to work. In the event of outdoor survival as a necessity this would be great to have on you. only downfall is it seems it would break after a couple uses, as well as the finger loops could be more supportive of ... Read more

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  • posted byyakovmp on 04/21/2013

    The similar tool is irreplaceable in a campaign, as addition in various folding saws. Its basic purpose - to allow the traveler to cut a log or a tree trunk. And so - because of poor quality of production of tool specifically delivered to me, it will be very difficult to execute it! Not. Attempt to cut ... Read more

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  • posted bymadmax00x on 02/05/2013

    to have in the backpack weighs nothing and takes up very little space and is always better to have it for those who go into the woods and mountain trekkers survival and camping ... can be useful for firewood fire under certain conditions it is important and can save lives but it can also be used to build ... Read more

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  • posted byDrood on 01/18/2013

    Very low price. Low weight. Occupies small space in your bag. It works. In my case one of the rings which are using for pulling the saw was torn away during the first use. Not big deal if you have your hands growing from the right place. I do not complain having in mind such a low price. Just remember ... Read more

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  • posted bysecuredigital on 08/11/2011

    Aa the box says it's your saw partner, which can be handy anywhere. I'ts quite resistant, also very light and compact, so you can carry it anywhere in your bag or pocket. Used to cut thin things, although it's tough, too much friction/heat might spoil the dents. 58cm long, so you can brace wide things.... Read more

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  • posted bycieg0 on 05/06/2011

    Very transportable tool, works on wood, aluminium, flesh, even bones, on camping it´s very usefull, you don't notice that you are carring it, an it can save your life, you can use on the woods for coleccting wood not one i can see, maybe the only problem is that you buy only a few an then ran out ... Read more

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  • posted byDukeTh on 01/26/2011

    - It's cheap. - Because it's a wiresaw, it's easy to fold in any shape or dimension, so it'll fit in every pocket or bag. - It weighs practically nothing. - It saws alright, but it depends on what you want to do with it. I have used it to saw small branches during outdoor trips (to make tools, my axe ... Read more

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