|Item Weight||1.65 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||28.86 x 9.45 x 1.14 inches|
|Item model number||10-24-23|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Included Components||Files and Rasps|
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- Designed for demanding applications and tough environments of construction sites
- Innovative tensioning mechanism for high blade tension and straight cutting
- Ergo handle with knuckle protector provides comfort and safety
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Bahco ergo Bowsaw Frames
BAHCO, inventor of the original adjustable wrenches, ergonomics and cutting tools has delivered innovative products for 130 years.
Bahco Bowsaw Frames and Blades
Ergonomically designed handle
Designed for demanding applications and tough environments on construction sites and farms. Perfect for homeowners and camping.
- Ergo handle with knuckle protector provides comfort and safety.
- Bowsaw frames are light weight but heavy duty, with precise tensioning and quick release changes.
- Frames available in 21", 24" & 30"
- Replacement blades for mature and dry wood or live and green wood.
- Bowsaws with hard point peg toothing
Bowsaws designed for fast cutting
Bahco Bowsaw Features:
Better access in tight areas, such as roofing and gardening.
Lightweight, heavy-duty bow saw made from high-quality steel, protected from rust and corrosion by a coating of high-impact enamel paint.
Ergonomic handle with knuckle protector makes sawing smooth and comfortable.
Innovative Tensioning Mechanism
Innovative tensioning mechanism for high blade tension and straight cutting. Blades feature triangular set teeth, high-frequency hardened for aggressive cuts on pull and push.
|51: Peg toothing replacement blade||23: Raker toothing replacement blade|
|Triangular set teeth, tips pointed downwards||✓||✓|
|Bevel filed and high-frequency hardened with sharp edges on both sides.||✓||✓|
|Cuts on both push and pull stroke||✓||✓|
|Cutting Application||Specifically designed for fast and effective cutting of mature and dry wood||Raker toothing for live and green wood|
|Tooth Configuration||Every third gullet extended for high chip removal.||Every fifth tooth is raker and unset which functions like a chisel to remove the chips out of the green wood.|
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|Item Dimensions||28.86 x 9.45 x 1.14 inches||25.59 x 2.17 x 1.18 inches||26.38 x 1.81 x 1.18 inches||1.14 x 25.59 x 8.50 inches||1.00 x 9.12 x 24.75 inches||16.40 x 7.50 x 1.10 inches|
Designed for demanding applications and tough environments of construction sites. Innovative tensioning mechanism for high blade tension and straight cutting. Ergo handle with knuckle protector provides comfort and safety. Made of lightweight, high quality steel tubing for durability and easy handling. High impact orange enamel paint protects from rust and corrosion. Strong blade fitting for easy and safe blade storage.
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I had read the reviews saying it was difficult, and even dangerous, to put the cover back on the blade. I was ready to agree, and thinking of a way to make it easier, like cut off the flanged side. Then I noticed something others must not have seen: the flanged side of the safety cover folds back, making the covering of the blade simple and effortless. You just fold back the flange, slip the blade into the cover, and fold the flanged part back - you may have to push it up in two or three places. I have attached photos so you can see.
This is not something the manufacturer tells you, so I'm glad I'm mechanically-minded, and can share this tip!
BTW, the saw looks extra sharp, and I will edit this review once I use it the first time.
UPDATE: Very sharp, and good tool for light pruning that requires more finesse than a chain saw.
Usually I order a product and I get more or less what I was expecting, within a few varying shades of better or worse than hoped for....and that's about middle of the road and I'm ok with that.
This saw however..... ohmy......
We had a ton of ice and snow over the thanksgiving weekend, MANY trees in our neighborhood shed limbs under the weight of the ice and snow.... and there was MUCH cleanup to be done....
My old chain saw gives me fits.... its the new gas, they don't like to run on this 10% ethanol stuff and its harder to get it started than it should be, and runs like, well....it runs poorly once you get it cranked. I just didn't want to fool with it... not in the ice and snow... SO.... I started looking for a good bow saw, cause I didn't already have one.... who needed it when they had a chain saw? right?
BUT.... as I age, I start to understand not all the old ways were bad ways.... I watched reviews, read reports and finally decided this Bahco saw was for me...
It was made in Sweden not China.... and while Sweden isn't USA.... its not China.....
Its also made of steel, not aluminum .......good old last forever if you take care of it steel.....
The blade was tempered steel, not tin, not pot metal.... so many of these things are such junk.....no sir... this is the one your granddaddy would have pulled down off the shelf and taken home, and if he had, its the one that would still be serviceable after years of hard use.....
now the part you'll never believe.... but armed with this saw.... and a Bahco clearing axe 3022 ....... I was able to clear the deadfall in my yard faster than could my young neighbor with his shiny brand spanking new chainsaw.....
So much faster in fact, that once I was done, the old man took his hand tools next door to help the young'un with HIS deadfall.... and was able to process most of it before it could get his chainsaw restarted..... he finally admitted defeat and cast his brand new 300.00 chainsaw aside and took over the saw while I used the clearing axe to de-limb he would process the trunks into firewood size sticks....
The saw cuts effortlessly thru 4 and even 6 inch limbs, we estimated with no downward force at all, no pressure on the blade.... the blade chewed a depth of near 3/4 an inch per effortless stroke.... we cot 4 inch limbs in 6 strokes and 6 inch limbs in about 10 strokes with 0 pressure applied to the blade.... just effortless cutting.
We have several older folks in our neighborhood and we spent most of the day processing the deadfall and the work never became hard.... we never felt we needed to take a rest break do to the ease of the work... I attribute this wholly to the quality of the saw and its wicked sharp steel blade.
My young neighbor returned his chainsaw to the Depot.....and has since ordered a bow saw.....
I have since ordered the smaller size to have a matching set and one that can get in smaller places....
Let me tell ya straight..... look at the price of this saw.... you need to buy one even if you don't have a use for it right now, its one of those tools that you just have to have.... its better than a chainsaw for anything but processing a full felled tree..... its dirt cheap.... not often in this day and age can you get MORE than you paid for.... This item however is exactly that. Having used it...... I'd give 3 times its asking price to replace it. Its just THAT good
I bought one of these after my neighbor let me borrow his much older yet much better built saw after a windstorm to get to branches I couldn't quite reach with a chainsaw or sawzall. It cuts very clean and very fast for a handsaw and has actually saved my garage from having an 800ish lb branch from going through it. I would venture to say that this is one of the best ones on the market due to the weight and the abuse it's taken around my house already. I've cut up a bunch of branches with it and the blade still looks like new :)
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Having tried, for a full afternoon, to cut some root balls with a chain saw with a brand new oregon chain, and got nowhere, I was looking at every alternative: a better chainsaw- a buck saw- a japanese saw. But they all cost 100s. Asked others what to do, how to do it, how much to spend. It all seemed like more work than it should be.
Saw cheap bow saws on eBay, went for a review on youtube, and this is what I came back with. I thought for £18, it was worth a punt.
All I can say is I wish someone had told me this earlier. 15 minutes with a chain saw, and I got 1 inch into this stupid lump of wood, smoked myself out and was worried what I was doing to the expensive machine.
I timed myself with the bow saw: 30 seconds, and it was through. I built up a sweat, sure, but it worked.
Tried it on a different bit of timber that had given me no end of grief with a chain saw and a regular wood saw. Straight through.
This saw has deep, nasty teeth, and rips through wood very quickly indeed. I heartily recommend it.
A great tip.
The plastic guard that slides over the blade.
To remove or replace it simply pull back the side that has a groove.
It will fold out or in depending on whether you are putting the guard back on or taking off for sawing.
This is a great safety measure as you don't have to slide the guard over the blade thus preventing cuts to your fingers!
The saw feels solid and simply glides through live wood with ease. The first job I used it for was cutting down a live Ash tree at the foot of my garden, handled with ease. My dad owned a Bacho model years ago and it lasted for years and years, but we could no longer find it. This has been bought as a direct replacement to the old model and I can confirm build quality is just as good.