|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.4 x 5.3 x 19 inches|
|Item model number||20-526|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.|
Stanley 20-526 15-Inch 12-Point/Inch SharpTooth Saw
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- Induction-hardened teeth stay sharp up to five times longer than standard teeth
- Ergonomically designed handle for better grip and improved comfort
- Welded handle eliminates screws and won't loosen over time
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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Uses three cutting surfaces to cut 50 percent faster than conventional hand saws. Induction hardened teeth stay sharp up to five times longer than standard teeth. Ergonomically designed handle for better grip and improved comfort. Welded handle eliminates screws and will not loosen over time. Reusable guard protects blade.
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SharpTooth Saw Technology uses three cutting surfaces to cut 50% fasterthan conventional Stanley Hand Saws. Induction-hardened teeth stay sharp up to five times longer than standard teeth. Ergonomically designed handle for better grip and improved comfort. Welded handle eliminates screws and won't loosen over time.The cardboard sleeve around the blade that acts as a “removable guard".
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This was cheap so I thought I'd pick one up to compliment my Stanley FATMAX saw that I've used and abused for over 15 years. I've notice that my Stanley FATMAX was not cutting quite as well as when I first got it. I've cut dimensional lumber, pruned trees...even done some fine cross cuts with nice results. I couldn't have asked for more.
I was hoping that this cheaper Stanley saw was in the same category - it's not. At less than 9 bucks, it's a decent saw but it's not as sharp or as sturdy. The supposed "welded" handle is actually coming apart! I added a couple pics where you can see. This is right out of the box.
The Stanley FATMAX has a very sturdy wood handle - I'd guess hickory. I've got plenty of scrap oak laying around my shop and I'm going to make a nice, sturdy oak handle for this one which will make it stronger, more ergonomic, and dress it up some. I'll also take some steel wool and turpentine to that plastic, urethane coating on the blade which should make it glide better through wood.
Bottomline: I would still recommend this to someone with only 9 bucks to spend on a saw but, if you need a really good, sharp, sturdy and long lasting cross cut saw - and you have a few extra bucks, then the Stanley FATMAX is a best buy.
How well does it cut? Better then Chuck Norris even on a good day (sorry Chuck you are getting older). I opted for some quick 2x4 cuts with this rather than the electric saw. Very happy.
The handle is as described, its ergonomic, well, at least for me it is, since I don't give it heavy use, I have given it 10 to 15 minutes of use every other day or so.
it does have more teeth for quicker cutting but its not for a smooth cut, maybe with careful sawing it will be a cleaner cut than with other saws with less teeth but its not a precision saw by any means.
I bought this based on the reviewer who said he would rather hand cut with this saw all day than carry around his skillsaw (more or less). Thanks be to him.