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Magnusson 11.81" Hacksaw
With 24 TPI (teeth per inch), this 300mm long, hacksaw from Magnusson is specifically designed to cut wood, plastic tubes and metal tubes.
- 300 mm blade
- 24 teeth per inch
- Soft-Grip handle
Features and benefits
- Ergonomically designed soft-grip handle
- Front grip for greater control
- Lightweight robust carbon steel frame
- 24tpi bi-metal blade for great durability and cutting performance
- Compact design for better access in confined spaces
- Lifetime guarantee* saw only excluding Blade
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Blade fitting||Turn screw|
|Blade material||Carbon steel|
|Handle type||Soft grip|
|Teeth per inch||24|
product poor for price
ollie19 - 8 months ago
The saw its self is good to use. But blade a waste of time for cutting steal, maybe ok on softer metals ( lead, copper, etc) . Had to put better quality blade in to complete the job I was doing. So that was another £4.97 on the price.
Slightly over priced
Pauja - 1 year ago
Bought this as the budget one was aweful, the blade tightening has a awkward plastic knob would have been better with an old fashioned butterfly nut.
shauninio - 2 years ago
Great for what I used it for, really assisted me in my time of need.
Total waste of money
Becker - 2 years ago
I bought this thinking it’ll do the trick. Certainly did as the trick was on me! What a total waste of money. Got home and within ten strokes, one of the holding pins broke off completely. Will be taking this back and replacing it Sat. Do not buy this product, opt for something decent.
Decent saw but a separate wood blade is required
Captain Sensible 84 - 3 years ago
This saw is perfect for cutting plastic and metal. However to saw anything more than a small piece of wood you will also need to buy a blade specifically for wood with fewer teeth. Takes a long time otherwise !
The blade is easily changed out (or turned upside down for safe storage) by loosening a notch at the handle end. You can also cut at 45 degrees to the handle by mounting your blade to pegs on the opposite side. This is a requirement when you need to make deeper cuts into your material - the handle would get in the way otherwise.