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Folding Survival Saw

Folding Survival Saw - Derma Safe

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$3.95

The Derma Safe Folding Utility Saw is a pocket size survival saw, tree pruner, hobby saw, carving instrument, handyman's helper, sheet rock saw, military and police helper and survivalist tool. More and more uses become evident everyday.

The Derma-Safe Survival Saw uses a Swiss made 18 tpi saw blade that is 2 3/4" long and tough enough to handle wood and metal cutting. Comes in black handle with red saw blade.

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The Derma-Safe Utility Saw is a light to medium duty cutting tool. The Folding Survival Saw is a pocket size utility and survival saw that has as many uses as you can imagine. This saw is great for the outdoors and perfect for survival kits and emergency medical kits. You just never know when a compact survival saw like this one will come in handy.

The Derma Safe Folding Utility Saw is a pocket size survival saw, tree pruner, hobby saw, carving instrument, handyman's helper, sheet rock saw, military and police helper and survivalist tool. More and more uses become evident everyday.

The Derma-Safe Survival Saw uses a Swiss made 18 tpi saw blade that is 2 3/4" long and tough enough to handle wood and metal cutting. Don't be fooled by the Derma Safe Folding Survival Saw's low price. This is a great tool to have stuck in your pocket, glove compartment or survival kit.

Because it weighs less than 8 grams with a closed length of less then 3 inches, the Derma Safe Utility Saw is a perfect saw for small survival kits, emergency fishing kits or emergency medical kits. We include this knife in many of our custom made survival kits .

Features

* It is constructed of the highest quality 18 tpi High Speed Steel Blade available.
* It has a medium impact plastic handle.
* It’s a convenient, low cost utility saw that can replace wire style hand saws.
* One hand operation, cuts metals, wood, ice, bone and other tough materials.
* Black handle w/ red saw blade

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Almost as good as the Derma-Safe knife Review by FC
Having spent 10 years with a highend american tool company, I learnt a few things about saws. This saw is (exactly) similar to a reciprocating air saw blade, the smallest kind. The blade is about 2.5" in lenght, and is an "18tpi" blade, meaning there are 18 teeth-per-inch, an ideal for wood or rough cuts (fine plastic or steel cuts are easier with 24 or 32 tpi blades, but will cut with an 18tpi - 12tpi is also available direct from the factory and only by the case of 100). The blades are high quality swiss steel made by Bosch (a subsidiary, actually) in St Niklaus, Switzerland, high in the alps. Every supply arrives by train, and every blade leaves by train - straight through the mountain tunnels. The BEST saw blades on Earth come from this plant, and this plant sells more tool grade saw blades than any other globally. It has operated continuously since 1940 in St Niklaus.

In short; great tool, great blade. Not chinese junk. I highly recommend one for anyone who goes backcountry camping. At less than 8 grams you will not find a lighter, better saw on the market at any price. And for another 2$, add the derma-safe razor. It is everybit as awesome as the saw and then some. (Posted on 6/2/2014)
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Amazing Saw Review by Bill
For starters, this saw is tiny. It is not as big as the picture on the web page. It is so small you can carry it all the time, even with another pocket knife.

It is not wimpy though. The handle is some type of ABS plastic that gives you a secure hold on the blade. I played around with it and it will cut everything the website says, plus straps.

I rounded the edges on the back side a little so I can jamb it in next to skin to cut straps in a rescue situation, which fortunately I have never had to do. But I am better prepared for it with this little thing.

The blade doesn't lock so it is best used as a pull type saw although it cuts either way.

Buy a half a dozen at this price and give some to your friends. (Posted on 12/18/2012)
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