Top 10 Japanese Saw Pruning

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10 Best Japanese Saw Pruning

1
Samurai Ichiban 13 Curved ( Scabbard (GC-330-LH))
Product Highlights:
  • manufacturing patent saw
  • kyoku blade
  • how polished finish
2
New Japanese Pruning Hand ( Nokogiri Japan/Okatsune No.110)
Product Highlights:
  • product size (about): length 325mm × 95mm × side depth 16mm
  • blade length: 220mm
  • weight (about): 180g
3
Corona RazorTOOTH Folding ( Curved Blade, RS 7265D)
Product Highlights:
  • 3 sided razor teeth for efficient cutting: 10" blade is ideal for cutting 5" - 6" diameter, small to medium, branches.
  • ergonomically designed, comfortable, co-molded handle: provides a comfortable grip for extended use.
  • easy to latch blade prevents injury when not in use: folding blade is curved, taper-ground, and replaceable.
4
Heavy Duty Pruning Saw ( For Trimming Trees, Plants, Shrubs, Wood, And More!)
Product Highlights:
  • razor tooth 7tpi curved blade - curve styling makes cutting & trimming effortless!
  • cuts branches up to 8 inches thick - incredibly strong & versatile, can easily cut through branches/limbs up to 8 inches thick!
  • ergonomical cushioned handle - pistol style grip gives you a comfortable sturdy feel while cutting/sawing. convenient hanging hole for storage!
5
FUJIWARA Pruning Saw For ( Dry Wood (10 Inch))
Product Highlights:
  • 10" long triple cut blade made of sk4 250mm carbon steel with sharp teeth
  • triple cut blade cut wood so easily.
  • wrapped in soft rubber plastic handle for more comfort when working
6
Kings County Tools Japanese ( Blade Hardwood Belt Mounted Holster)
Product Highlights:
  • the pruning saw blade is 12" long and extremely fast cutting
  • the japanese fast-cutting teeth will handle a 3" branch with ease
  • the solid hardwood holster has a belt loop so you can store the saw blade safely and forget it until you need to pull it out again
7
Corona Clipper Company RS ( Cutting Tree Limbs And Branches, 18)
Product Highlights:
  • remove 2x more material with corona tools' razortooth saw technology; 18" blade is ideal for cutting branches up to 9-10" in diameter
  • maximum sharpness: each tooth is triple-ground, providing multi-faceted angles to maximize efficiency of cuts and removal of wood
  • unbeatable strength: high carbon japanese sk5 steel blade provides exceptional hardness
8
Folding Saw Folding Pruning ( Wood 7" Razor Rugged Blade Backpack Handsaw Toolbox)
Product Highlights:
  • 【sharp & efficient】using special high carbon steel japanese blade and it features superior hardness and tenacity. each tooth tip of this pruning saw has been strengthen(impulse-hardening), and it has 9 teeth per inch, much hard teeth makes it sharp than ordinary curved blade product and has smooth clean cut.
  • 【portable】7.7 in length and 0.2 lb weight, small and lightweight. a little bit bigger than iphone x. ideal handy tool for gardening and landscaping pruning work, hunting camping hiking and another outdoor activity.
  • 【safe】non-slip plastic handle. safety locking mechanism that can lock the saw in the closed position and prevent accidental cuts, scrapes and injury.
9
EverSaw Folding Hand Saw ( Blade, Solid Grip - Quality Made For Real Work)
Product Highlights:
  • how we're different: eversaw 8.0 is a high quality tool with a lifetime warranty, backed by dedicated customer service. you're getting a sturdy, all purpose pull-cut hand saw that's built to last and made for real work & serious play - makes a great gift!
  • rugged 8" blade, triple-cut razor teeth hardened to stay sharp for smooth, fast sawing easily cuts wood, bone & plastic. multi-purpose utility job saw. easy and safe to carry
  • ergonomic, slip-resistant, comfort grip handle. gear style lock for safety. adjustable medium tooth blade
10
Niwaki Pruning Training And ( The Japanese Way)
Product Highlights:
  • timber press or
  • jake hobson
  • publisher: timber press, incorporated

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