Arborist Large Raker-Tooth Pruning Saw

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Especially suited to cutting green wood
Ergonomic Cushioned Handle Reduces Fatigue
68C01.02 Arborist Large Raker-Tooth Pruning Saw

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Unlike many pruning saws, this 20" model has 'rakers' (the gaps between the tri-cut teeth) for fast removal of sawdust from the cut. This is especially useful when cutting larger branches. It excels at cutting green wood that produces damp sawdust - but will not perform as fast as a standard pruning saw (one without rakers) when cutting dead wood. The rakers are omitted from the end of the blade – start your cut in this area. The ergonomic handle has a cushioned insert that makes the saw very controllable for long periods, and it’s surprisingly lightweight for its size – it weighs a very well balanced 16oz. This is an excellent complement to the standard non-raker) pruning saw at a very affordable price.

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  • Tough Saw

    Dale Johnson, 12/3/2018 Could've used this a month earlier, Used a bow saw to prune some lower branches on Blue Spruce. Really struggled because of closeness of branches. This would have saved me a lot of work. Look forward to trying it out this winter.
  • 20" pruning saw

    David, 9/15/2018 Good, but not great. Smaller pruning saws appear much sharper.
  • great value and design

    Philip, 7/23/2018 The best pruning saw of its size I've used. A combination of factors -- (1) ergonomic handle, blade curve, light weight, and CUT-ON-PULL teeth make it exceptionally easy to use, (2) the raker-tooth configuration is so much better than the popular Japanese-style teeth for clog-free action on green sappy wood, (3) highly polished surface makes it easy to clean after use, (4) hanging hole drilled into blade tip makes for easy hanging on your tool rack. Saw doesn't come with a scabbard but I've found that the D handle makes it easy to hang on a nearby branch if you need hands free while working.
  • Large Raker-Tooth Pruning Saw----Got---R---Done

    Edmond Chevalier, 5/10/2018 Best saw I have ever used, comfortable grip, blade is not too stiff but lets you get into the branches with ease, the large teeth cut through green wood for a quick clean cut.I got the job finished fast.
  • Nice saw.

    Glen , 4/14/2018 This saw cuts great. It's a lot more precise then using a chain saw for delicate pruning.
  • Almost a woodland sword

    George , 4/6/2018 Perfect for our woodland lot. Lots of trees to fell or otherwise clear up and cleanup on a regular basis. Of course the chainsaw does the big work but this arborist saw is perfect for limbing up the branches and cutting things down to usable lengths.
  • What-A-Saw!!!

    Michaela A., 3/30/2018 When I read the description of this pruning saw for the first time, I immediately thought of my sister-in-law and decided to buy it for her with no hesitation. During the last ten months, she, by herself, has been struggled with clearing a wooded lot for her >1000-square-feet house. After work and on the weekend, she patiently cut down trees, one by one, in conflictual feelings... With a pleasurable yet stunning surprise, she told us, "This pruning saw makes my 24"-heavy-duty bow saw and my 20"-heavy-duty sharp-cut handsaw look like children toys. Believe it or not, I can now find satisfaction in cutting trees and truly experience the joy of strolling through the woods." With an indescribably bright smile on her face, she told us, "What-A-Saw!!!"
    Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner March 2018 Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner. Congratulations, Michaela!!
  • Nice Saw

    Ann Burns, 10/9/2017 great product at a great price
  • Great pruning saw

    Cwade, 10/27/2016 The purchase arrived just in time! My husband was struggling to remove a four inch limb from a live oak with a bow saw. Another limb which he wished to leave on the tree was too close to allow for the use of the bow saw. I brought out the large raker pruning saw for him to use. It was just the right tool to handle the job in a very efficient manner. The curved graduated size of the blade is a dream design.The job wasn't effortless, but certainly made easier with this well designed tool! I appreciate that the saw comes with a cover that fits tightly back over the teeth of the saw. This will be my go-to pruning saw for years to come! Thank you, Garrett Wade for making such good tools accessible all in one place.
    Rate & Review Grand Prize $100 Winner October 2016 Rate & Review Grand Prize $100 Winner. Congratulations, Connie!!
  • Twig Furniture Makers dream saw.

    Barbara Thompson, 10/21/2016 Cuts green wood like butter. I make green hardwood twig furniture and this saw handle 1 inch to 12 inch with ease, and leaves nice smooth flat cuts. Started out using two hands but with practice one does the job. Came razor sharp out of the heavy plactic bag with a heavy clear plastic blade guard which makes storing it much easier. I love this tool!
  • Saw with right curve

    Jim. Mooney, 9/5/2016 Good saw for tree branches and heavy branched hedges. Gloves definitely need to be worn. Saw very sharp and its curveture needs to be respected. Instructions and other information should be included
  • Arborist Large Raker-Tooth Pruning Saw

    Richard, 6/13/2016 Curved cutting edge measures almost 21 inches of straight cut (not offset) sharp teeth. Handle is a hard black polymer, threaded (no nuts I can see without disassembly) for the two assembly screws, with a softer comfort grip (orange colored). Wear gloves when using it (sharp blade). Very lightweight. Is a great saw but you should study the website or catalog description to understand why it has "rakers", the purpose of the saw (Arborists Large Pruning Saw for green wood), and how to use it. (It was packaged inside a sturdy thick clear plastic bag but with no instructions.) As stated it performs noticeably slower on dry hardwood (branches). Cuts best on the pull, lighter pressure on the push, and with only very light pressure when first starting/establishing the cut.
  • Right size saw.

    Dave Ross, 5/25/2016 Perfectly sized tool. Comfortable grip. Sharp blade. Good for small to medium size limbs. Great value.
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