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Corona RazorTOOTH Folding Pruning Saw, 10 Inch Curved Blade, RS 7265D
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- Highly Rated: More than 90% 4 star and 5 star reviews
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- 3 SIDED RAZOR TEETH FOR EFFICIENT CUTTING: 10" blade is ideal for cutting 5" - 6" diameter, small to medium, branches.
- ERGONOMICALLY DESIGNED, COMFORTABLE, CO-MOLDED HANDLE: Provides a comfortable grip for extended use.
- EASY TO LATCH BLADE PREVENTS INJURY WHEN NOT IN USE: Folding blade is curved, taper-ground, and replaceable.
- IMPULSE HARDENED TEETH FOR LONG SERVICE LIFE: Extends the life of the tool season after season.
- UP TO 6 TEETH PER INCH AND CURVED BLADE DESIGN FOR FASTER CUTTING: Cuts are smoother and quicker than a tradtional saw.
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The Corona Folding RazorTOOTH Saw is extremely fast and efficient. Each RazorTOOTH Saw blade goes through 4 manufacturing processes for maximum durability, hardness and friction reduction. Available in a variety of blade sizes.
Founded in the early 1920s, Corona is a leader in the marketing and manufacturing of professional and consumer tools for the lawn and garden, landscape, irrigation, construction and agriculture markets. With a retail and distribution network that extends throughout the United States and Canada, Corona’s proven designs, quality manufacturing processes and unparalleled customer service make it the best choice in tools for contractors, agricultural professionals and avid gardeners alike. Limited lifetime warranty.See all Product description
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Only thing that bugs me is, each one has had the screw for the blade hinge fall out or close to it everyday. Until, you replace the nut with a nylon lock nut (my choice is a stainless steel nut w/nylon insert), or put a "Loc-Tite" type liquid product on the threads. That is the "only" flaw I have with them. I have had 2 of the three now for over 2 years, with no issues, from the normal dulling, after the fix. STILL, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
The Bahco worked OK. I sawed and sawed like crazy and at first it went through well but as the saw had more surface area to rub against it was a fight to get it moving. My guess is the matte finish creates friction which just makes it harder and harder as you get deeper in. I only made one cut but half of the finish was pretty much worn or scraped up. I've posted a photo of both blades. I had to stop several times because I was getting tired since it was a fight to get the thing moving. It folds fairly compactly since the blade is straighter and weighs the least at 7oz. The release is a small button on one side of the handle.
The Corona worked much much better. It was harder to get it started and I was sliding side to side but it's because it only cuts on the pull so that was my fault. However, once it got going it cruised through the same piece of wood in less than half the time. It has a polished blade and it did start resisting the further I went in but it wasn't nearly as bad as the Bahco and I didn't have to once stop to shake out my arm. I will say though that because of its curved blade it folds into a bigger package overall and it comes to 9.6oz. I think having to carry an additional 2.6oz would more than make up with the energy you would save cutting with the Corona. The release for this is on the back so you can easily press it with either hand. It's also BIG so you won't have any problems finding it with gloves on. I much preferred this release button.
What's interesting is the Corona is listed as a 7" blade and the Bahco just says 9". I was confused but their blade sizes are identically 7". Also, when folded they
are the exact same length at 9". I think these sizes are important since they aren't listed exactly for either product. I sort of thought the Bahco was going to have a longer blade but nope.
Supposedly only the Silky cuts better but just a little bit better and at almost double the cost and additional weight. I consider this the best option overall for backpacking.
Update: I got a scale. The Bahco came to 6.6oz and the Corona came to 6.65oz so almost the same. The Corona sounds even better right?
UPDATE 4/16/17 - I've used this saw a total of 8 days of camping. The blade has dulled SIGNIFICANTLY. It does still cut... although a lot slower than before... A LOT. Im usually with a group of 5 or 6 people and we like to have a large fire when we camp to stay warm, so maybe for the normal camper it would be about 12-16 days out. But Im amazed at how soft the metal is to be this dull after this length of time. Im considering buying another blade, but I know its just going to dull again. I guess for the price this should be expected. Im lowering my previous rating from 5 to 3 stars for the softness of the blade.
This saw cuts on the pull stroke, so it won't get jammed up in the wood like some other saws that cut on the push and pull strokes. Now don't think that this means it cuts slower or takes more effort and time. This saw actually cuts faster than the more popular brand name folding saws. This is a little bit larger than a Bahco Laplander and the weight is similar. Both are great saws. Own and use both. But I find that people new to saws or have trouble with a push/pull cutting saw, this us the right tool for them. I highly recommend this saw. My family owns 3 in different sizes.