Seium Saku Komame Ryoba w/ TPE Grip - 240 mm - No. 662
Razorsaw® Seium Saku Komame Ryoba No. 662 is a double-edged saw, which means one cutting edge has rip teeth and the opposite edge has crosscut teeth. This version has extra fine 'Komame' teeth, making it suitable for smaller workpieces - skirting, architrave, joinery, furniture making...
Razorsaw® Seium Saku Komame Ryoba No. 662 is a double-edged saw, which means one cutting edge has rip teeth and the opposite edge has crosscut teeth. This version has extra fine 'Komame' teeth, making it suitable for smaller workpieces - skirting, architrave, joinery, furniture making etc. While this is an incredibly useful general-purpose saw, it is also is designed to cut hardwoods. The thin saw plate (.045mm thick) reduces drag and makes a thinner kerf which combined with more, smaller teeth helps to decrease the effort to cut hardwood. An adjustable pivot point permits the blade to be angled in relation to the handle, which is useful in tight spaces or for overhead work. Saw is fitted with a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) coated handle for improved grip in all conditions.
- A thinner saw plate with fine teeth makes this saw the perfect choice for cutting hardwoods
- Each tooth is individually impulse hardened for durability
- Adjustable pivot point located in between the blade and blade’s tang that permits the blade and handle to be angled to facilitate cutting in cramped positions
- Blade is coated with the latest in anti-corrosion technology products
- Comfortable, ergonomic TPE handle (Power Grip) improves handling and comfort
- Overall Length: 22" (560 mm)
- Blade Length: 9-1/2" (240 mm)
- Blade Thickness: 0.018" (0.45 mm)
- Blade Material: High speed steel
- Teeth Per Inch (Side 1 - Crosscut): 22 TPI
- Teeth Per Inch (Side 2 - Rip Cut): 9 TPI
- Replacement Blade: Part No S-611 (S-605, S-610, S-649, S-650, S-651 blades are also compatible with this handle)
- (1) Razorsaw - Seium Saku Komame Ryoba w/ TPE Grip - 240 mm - No. 662
- Razorsaws feature blades filled with remarkably sharp teeth of incredible durability; however, the teeth cannot be sharpened, so all saws have replaceable blades.
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