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This can cope with cutting corners

Advantages: Easy to use, good head height, lightweight and a cracking price
Disadvantages: none really

If, like me, you like to do a bit of wood working DIY, dabbling in the art of carpentry, testing the waters making a fancy piece of furniture with so many curves and bends that it could have been made by the craftsman who made furniture for the Royal fami ...

blissman70 21.05.2013 · Read full review
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Review of Stanley Coping Saw

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This is a lovely strong and handy hacksaw

Advantages: It is strong and handy and wasn't too dear
Disadvantages: None

...a lovely hacksaw from Eclipse and it is a professional hacksaw that I have had for a few years now. I bought this from an ironmongers when I was on holiday in Middleton-in-Teessdale. This hacksaw cost me £16 and I think this was a fair price to p ...

randy_edith 27.04.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Eclipse Professional Hacksaw

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This saw is so good for cutting my wood

Advantages: It lets me cut fiddly patterns in my wood
Disadvantages: The blades can snap

I have a lovely Silverline Coping Saw and I have had this saw for about three years now and I paid only £4.75 for it at the ironmongers. It came in a set with five blades and I think this was a good idea because I use it to make my own wooden jigsaws whi ...

randy_edith 25.04.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Silverline Coping Saw

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