|Blade Length:||15 in|
|Teeth Per Inch:||8|
|Overall Length:||18 in|
|Handle Material:||Soft-Grip Wood|
|Blade Angle:||45 °; 90 °|
|Cutting Edge Type:||Single-Sided Blade|
|Features:||Induction Hardened Teeth; Ergonomically Designed Grip Resists Slipping and Adds Comfort; Saw Technology Uses Three Cutting Surfaces to Cut; Thick|
|Material Application:||Wood; Plastic|
|Saw Type:||Hand Saw|
|Single or Double Edged:||Single Edge|
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About General Handsaws
Make rough, straight cuts in softer materials such as wood and plastic with these general-use handsaws. They cut on the push and pull stroke for fast, rough cut. Saws with teeth on both sides of the blade can be used for right- or left-side cuts. Teeth-per-inch (TPI) count refers to the number of teeth per inch on the cutting edge. Generally, blades with higher TPI leave a smoother finish on the workpiece but cut more slowly, and blades with fewer TPI cut more quickly but leave a rougher finish on the workpiece.
The blades on these handsaws can cut more than one type of material, making them well suited for a wide range of cutting tasks.