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Razorsaw

Kataba Saw with Replaceable Blade - 255 mm - No. 105

$56.99

The Razorsaw® Kataba is designed for crosscuts in such woods as oak, teak, maple and exotic hardwoods. The blade is 0.020" thick and has a fine tooth pattern for incredibly smooth, accurate cuts. The teeth are impulse hardened for extended wear. The handle is wrapped with bamboo for a...

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The Razorsaw® Kataba is designed for crosscuts in such woods as oak, teak, maple and exotic hardwoods. The blade is 0.020" thick and has a fine tooth pattern for incredibly smooth, accurate cuts. The teeth are impulse hardened for extended wear. The handle is wrapped with bamboo for a firm grip. Replacement blades are available #155617.

Features:

  • Designed for crosscuts in hardwoods
  • Cuts on the pull stroke
  • Fine tooth pattern creates smooth, accurate cuts
  • Impulse hardened teeth for extended wear
  • Bamboo wrapped handle ensures a firm grip

Specifications:

  • Overall Length: 22"
  • Blade Length: 10"
  • Blade Thickness: 0.020"
  • Teeth Per Inch: 22 TPI
  • Use: Crosscuts in hardwoods

What's Included:

  • (1) Kataba Saw with Replaceable Blade - 255 mm - No. 105

Notes:

  • Replacement blades are available (#155617, sold separately).


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    Saw is fine -title misleading

    the saw is a good Japanese-style saw - my issue is with the "replaceable blade". It is a saw so it clearly comes with a blade. When the title says "with a replaceable blade" - it sounds like there will be an additional blade. It really means that - the blade is replaceable.... live and learn.

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