Stanley Fatmax Fine Finish Saw 22"
Brilliant Value Saw
Over 30 years ago I paid Â£30 for a Diston saw. OK you can re-sharpen them but when it comes to actually cutting it wasn't a patch on these Stanley Fat max saws that now cost 12 quid. I have had to cut lengths off 2.4m dÃ©cor panels while re-furbing my kitchen and the results have been as good as using power tools. The laminate has been cut without splintering (I scribed the line first) and the saw followed the line dead straight, even and square. Brilliant!
26 Aug 2015
So sharp you can cut a thin sliver without the saw slipping. The only trouble is they seem attracted to nails and lose a tooth or two in the process, so I have to keep buying another saw!
13 Aug 2015
Good value for a solid saw
This saw was worth every penny. Sometimes you don't want to use the tabel saw, miter saw, or the circular saw to make one cut. That's when this saw comes in handy. This saw makes straight cuts in no time. And with no warping or bending. Best part is knowing that I will never have to buy another one of these. I can tell that this will last me a lifetime with it's quality construction.
26 Jul 2015
The best handsaws
These are the best handsaws you can get for general use. Fast, easy, clean cutting. I use them all the time. I have a habit of hitting a nail or a screw or something that shouldn't be there so I get through a few of them but always buy these. Bit of a tip, spray the sides of the blade with WD40 if you're cutting plywood or wet timber. It flies through!
15 Jul 2015