|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 4 x 1 inches|
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|Item model number||10-2205|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year|
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Shark 10-2205 Trim/Detail Double Edge Saw
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- The Shark 10-2205 Trim/Detail Double Edge Saw is great for trim & detail work
- The 19 & 24 TPI are great for fast, smooth cuts
- Blade is made of flexible spring steel
- Blade is made of high-carbon Japanese Spring Steel.
- High-Quality Elastomer soft-grip
- Recommended for Precision Joinery such as dovetails, molding and framing.
- Compact size - fits in most tool bags easily.
- Great for flush cutting.
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Top Customer Reviews
These saws are: 1. sharp; 2. affordable; 3. easy to use (after a short learning curve);
These saws: 1. cut a thin kerf; 5. are very sharp; 6. allow you to do precision cutting.
And: they are very, very sharp (keep bandages with them - even though you've been warned - you'll have to find out for yourself).
I have moved ALL of my other hand saws to the back of the shop. These are a joy to use. I want to have each type (and have probably bought more than I have a need for). You will have to make a new miter box because these blades are too thin for any you have.
Some tips: 1. Don't pitch them in your toolbox or truck bed. These are precision tools and though they are quite strong, they are easily damaged. Use the blade guards that come with them. 2. Don't try to "muscle" them through a board. The old adage of "let the tool do the work" has never been truer. 3. Don't place the blade edge anywhere you don't want a mark left. I think I mentioned that they're very, very, very sharp.
(Since I don't know which review you might see first, I have left the same general review for each of these I own and added any specific thoughts for the individual saws.)
I was able to cut the remaining posts in less time by hand with this saw compared to a circular saw which blew me away. The saw cut through the composite sleeves and pine deck posts like butter and stayed true to the cut line. Couldn't have been happier.
My only criticism is that the two tooth pitches (on one one side, one on the other) are so similar, you can hardly tell them apart. I have to examine it closely to even tell the difference, and the cutting performance is hardly distinguishable. I wish the coarser cut was coarser for better rip cut peformance.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cuts flush to surface without marring the surface, so perfect for cutting dowels when you recess fasteners. Not for heavy duty cutting, the handle may not hold up to that.Published 3 months ago by J. Friend
This is my second one and I will buy again when I wear this one out. I am a hobbyist, and my last one lasted about 10 years.Published 4 months ago by Cecil
first time with a pull saw and I can say I will never go back. This has even replace some times I would have normally picked up the battery powered saws. Very nicePublished 6 months ago by Jason McNeill
Very sharp and very thin. The blade is way too thin to be practical.
I have used this carefully a couple of times and the blade bends really easily. Read more
just like I was looking for. I am not a professional wordworker but have used it several times and enjoyed using it each time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kindle Customer