Coleman Folding Saw
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Pack a smaller, lighter, safer cutting tool the next time you're camping, backpacking or hiking with a Coleman Folding Saw. The sure-grip handle prevents injuries and the locking steel blade cuts through wood, plastic pipe, plywood, wallboard and animal bone on every stroke, forward and back. When you're done, the blade folds safely into the handle. It's also perfect for around the home to prune and trim around the yard.
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-2 stars - metal is flimsy and bends. Many times I had to step on the blade or put it in a vice to get it straight again, guess I was sawing too hard.
-2 stars - I was topping a tree I didn't like on my property with this saw. Figured it was safer than pulling up a 15lb Stihl MS362 and it shattered... like literally the bolt shattered cutting a 3" diameter branch. And I'm not one to search the isles at a regular store only to buy more chinese junk. So I gotta wait a couple days to get the next saw with a 1/2 topped tree - my neighbors probably think I'm crazy and actually wanted it pruned that way. Pic is of the tree before topping.
Imo, if you cut occasionally get the corona. If you love cutting by hand get a silky. For the rest of us probably get a corona for occasional use combined with the milwaukee m18 hackzall - pruning will be fun again, because everything is fun with power tools. I got the silky fixed blade for up in trees working with ropes and such.