|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.8 x 5 x 1.3 inches|
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|Item model number||20-045|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Stanley 20-045 15-Inch Fat Max Hand Saw
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- 15-inch hand saw with a 9 TPI blade
- SharpTooth technology cuts 50% faster than conventional saws
- Induction-hardened teeth stay sharp up to 5 times longer than standard teeth
- Thick, ergonomically designed grip resists slipping and adds comfort
- 15-inch blade, 8 TPI / 9 PPI ; limited lifetime warranty
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 17.8 x 1.3 in||5 x 16 x 1 in||5.5 x 18.75 x 4.75 in||7 x 30 x 1 in||0.1 x 29 x 6.5 in||25.75 x 1.2 x 5 in|
Blade is 15 percent thicker; uses three cutting surfaces to cut; induction hardened teeth; back of saw can be used to mark 45 and 90 degree angles; thick, ergonomically designed grip resists slipping and adds comfort.
The Stanley 15-inch Fat Max Hand Saw has a blade that's 15 percent thicker than conventional saw, for straighter cuts with less binding. Its SharpTooth Saw technology uses three cutting surfaces to cut up to 50 percent faster than conventional Stanley hand saws, for real performance no matter what material you're working. With induction-hardened teeth that stay sharp up to five times longer than standard teeth, this saw is designed to offer years of reliable service.
Versatile, durable, and designed to accomplish tasks efficiently.
An ideal saw for cutting all kinds of wood and plastic. View larger. You can also see the full line of saws.
About Stanley FatMax Saws
The FatMax family of products has established itself as one of Stanley's most extensive and innovative product families in the company's 161-year history. The FatMax line of hand tools features core tools essential for the pro or expert enthusiast who desire high quality, durable tools. The FatMax Saw features blades that are 15-percent thicker than conventional saws for straighter cuts with less binding. Stanley's unique SharpTooth Saw Technology uses three cutting surfaces to cut 50 percent faster than conventional hand saws, while induction-hardened teeth stay sharp up to five times longer than standard teeth. The back of the saw can be used to mark the 45 and 90-degree angles. And thick, ergonomically designed grips resist slipping and adds comfort during strenuous jobs.
Top customer reviews
This saws durability has yet to be fully tested but it ripped through rafters and columns like they were made of wet sand. This is a VERY aggressive cross-cut saw and I would not use it on an area I was not willing to sand out but if I ever had to neatly pull a building apart (yeah right, in the end we wrapped a cable around the house and ripped her down with a cat) I would choose this instantly.
Now while I love this saw just remember, only reason I ordered a Stanley as a throw away saw is because of Stanley's famous quality control team (if you don't know what this is than just imagine Ray Charles doing visual inspections of all the products coming out of the factory, and yes Ray was blind), so not all products come out job site worthy, I got a feeling I was rather lucky on the draw, this or they just couldn't find a way to screw up a metal sheet screwed to a board...
I don't doubt that as many fans of this saw have reported, it's great for cutting your way through the jungle, or through a lumber yard.
But for woodworking, for me its teeth design is way too gross. Starting cuts of 1" board, it refused pushes, required only pulls, and for pulls resisted and jumped around the intended starting point. For one little 1" x 2", I had to use only pulls until halfway through. And the completed piece had cut-starts where they should not be.
Back it goes. I'm seeking a finer teeth design. Getting Stanley 10-inch Fine Finish, Model 20-221.