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Ultimate Survival Technologies SaberCut Saw (Black)

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  • Highly effective bi-directional cutting teeth
  • Flexible nonbinding blade
  • Bidirectional chain is just like a regular chain saw in that it can be sharpened if teeth should dull.
  • Beefy web handles can be used while wearing gloves
  • Lightweight design is great for backpacking
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Product Description

The SaberCut Saw is essentially a chain saw in your pocket. With bi-directional teeth, cutting is made easier and faster.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 7 x 2.2 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B001H9N8C0
  • Item model number: 1WG0180
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,534 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It fits in a snug pouch that can be attached to you belt.
Martin A Hogan
When using this saw it is important that you focus more on keeping a smooth rhythm as opposed to using brute force which will just tire you out very rapidly.
Tradecraft
A fantastic gift for anyone who loves camping and the outdoors!
Kiwi

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85 of 86 people found the following review helpful By K. Miller VINE VOICE on September 5, 2009
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This is literally a chainsaw blade fixed to two handles. If you can get enough teeth into the log this thing will chew through it. The carrying case is also very rugged, the lid flap secure with a clip fastener and holds the entire saw with some extra room.

Advantages:
Compact, the whole thing is smaller than a DVD and maybe as thick as two DVD cases.
Fast - as quick as your arms move this thing spits out sawdust.
Light weight

Things to know:
You need to have a pretty consistent rhythm when you cut or you'll bind the blade in the wood.
You do "waste" some energy because the blade is so thick. It's a chainsaw blade, not a flimsy band saw.
The case has a belt loop that only attached in the up/down position. If you wanted to mount it for side access you'll need to work out some sort of adapter.
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72 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Ambergris TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 7, 2010
If one was to make a list off the top of their head of essential items for a camping trip, chances are a manual chain saw would not make the "cut". Although the idea of having a good saw along on a hike or camping trip would make a lot of sense to many, it may not be immediately realized that toting one along could be done so effortlessly. And be very effective at its task as well.

I own this very same Ultimate saw. I bought it more than 4 years ago and have used it many times on hiking trips. The chain on this saw is a full 24", but folds down easily into a carrying pouch that is very handy to tote along on your belt or in a backpack, and it is far superior in cutting ability to any small serrated knife or saw designed for camping. Though what the other reviewers here have mentioned as to its needing a little more evenness and concentration from you when sawing with it is very true, what is not mentioned at the time of this writing is how easily this saw becomes truly superior in its performance by enlisting the help of another to "man" the other end. Put two stout hearted folks on each end of this saw and the pair could take down an 8 inch or larger branch in a couple of minutes. Need to cut a limb far up on a tree? Tie a rope to each end and throw one end over the limb and you can take it down from down below. Trust me when I tell you that its a whole lot easier than taking down something even much smaller with a so called camp saw, or serrated hunting knife. This is a very quality made saw that has lasted and done an admirable job for me over the course of more than a dozen excursions into the wilderness here. It's a little bit more of a pain to keep sharp than a knife, but more than makes up for it with its superior use and performance. Amazons price is very reasonable and I highly recommend this saw if you are an avid, or even amateur outdoor enthusiast. It will end up being close to the top of your list from now on....
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By apophasis on May 26, 2010
This thing is indestructible, (unlike those worthless wire saws that break when you look at them) and really does cut wood. I've cut through a bunch of 8-10" logs with this, and if you've got the lungs, it'll do the cutting better than anything in its weight and bulk class that I've found.

It's maybe not the most efficient tool ever, because it's got a fat kerf compared to most other hand saws.

The bigger and more aggro you are, the more you'll enjoy this saw, I think.

My wife does not enjoy it much at all, actually. She just doesn't have the upper-body strength to run it. But then, sawing up wood (with any saw) is not really her strong suit.

I, on the other hand, really like getting my blood pumping by cutting through a big log with this thing. It's work, but I'm sure I can make cuts faster with this than with anything near its size, weight, and cost. There's no comparison between this thing and those little folding saws that are still much larger and heavier- they have little bitty teeth, and you get a little bitty stroke, so cutting takes forever. This saw spits out big chunks as long as you can keep it moving, and it cuts fast.

On the other hand, I wouldn't pick this as my saw if I was going to be cutting more than a campfire's worth of wood per day, because it's too energy-intensive. But nothing beats this saw for quickly ripping a fallen tree into useful lengths, and warming you up in the process!

Yes, my Sven Saw cuts better, but it's also an order of magnitude larger... There is no free lunch!

I carry the Sabercut, a firesteel, and a bit of good tinder in the pouch this saw came in. It's a tiny firekit that can reliably build many, many fires if need be. This saw is worth every penny and then some.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Duvernois TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 6, 2009
I had previously tried one of those very inexpensive pocketable wire saws and found it to be useless. This item was shown to be and demonstrated while camping. Those one actually does work. It's compact and given enough time you could cut pretty much any wood you ran across. Cutting dead branches 2-3" in diameter was no problem at all. Not cheap, but a good working saw.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Matt on June 18, 2012
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I rarely write bad reviews but found I was less then impressed with the SaberCut. I attempted to saw through a number of live branches, each about 3-4 inches and diameter and found the SaberCut Saw to perform poorly. It quickly became bound in the wood and required a large amount of effort to continually pull. The limbs were attached low on the tree which made for a less then ideal angle, however I expect my tools to work even in less then ideal situations. I understand the appeal of having a small, compact saw but so far have been disappointed.

Pros:
-Small, compact and light weight
-Perfect for a survival bag
-Straps are comfortable and sturdy

Cons:
-Binds easily in wood
-Requires a lot of effort to use
-Is not practical for extensive use

Conclusion: Ultimately I think my expectations were off and that's why I rated this item a 2 instead of a 1. I was expecting that it would be as easy as a small hand saw but found it to be much more difficult to use, perhaps it is a learning curve but I suspect that it just isn't the right tool for most jobs. I can see the appeal as a survival tool or back up saw, however I just don't think its worth the money to me. I would not recommend this to others.
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