Rated 4 out of 5Â by Hillhound Irwin Pullsaw
Good little pullsaw, cuts well and seems to keep it's teeth well. Would recommend
Rated 5 out of 5Â by minimartin I came, I saw, I conquered
Already a convert to the pull saw having previously owned a 'shark saw', I was slightly dubious about buying the Irwin equivalent. But due to availability of shark saw replacement blades I though I would give this a try. Great product, effortless in use and as good as the other brand in all respects - but at the cost of a replacement blade. As ever great service from screwfix - available to collect when you need it at a good price.
|If you haven't used a pullsaw before - well worth it
Rated 4 out of 5Â by steveaitch Thinking man's saw
All the features that hamper a traditional push cut saw are turned on their head. The pull action ensures the blade works with you and of course will never threaten to buckle under forward pressure. The result much easier to keep on line. The Japanese have used this system for years and push cut saws are hardly used. No surprise. The detachable handle seems irrelevant and actually somewhat affects the rigidity with no benefits -unless of course they start to supply spare blades-good idea but when? All in all I hope people buy and push down the price which is on the high side.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jaap Reply
Neil154, the blade can be purchased separately (but not from Screwfix), that's why it's detachable. It's also handy for storage. The saw is a direct copy of the Japanese Shark saw, which I think is a better quality.