Amazon Basics 2-Piece Pull Hand Saw with Double Edge Blade Cutting For Woodworking – 9.5-inch & 13-inch

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9.5 and 13 inch two-in-one pull hand saw for flexed or flush cutting Ideal for woodworking, cabinetry, home improvement, DIY, construction, and more Inverted saw teeth in both push and pull directions; 7 TPI side with grinding teeth/12 TPI side with triple cut teeth Comfortable bi-color handle diminishes hand fatigue Twist-lock design for quick and easy blade replacement Dimensions: 26.25 x 3.6 x 1.5 inches (LxWxH)
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Amazon Basics 2-Piece Pull Hand Saw with Double Edge Blade Cutting

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Pull Hand Saw

Designed for flexed or flush cutting, the hand saw set is ideal for woodworking, cabinetry, home improvement, DIY, construction, and more.

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Steel Construction

Featuring a durable frame and a SK5 steel blades, the hand saw is a useful addition to any tool box. Includes 9.5 and 13 inch blades.

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Inverted Teeth

Inverted saw teeth in both push and pull directions; 7 TPI side with grinding teeth/12 TPI side with triple cut teeth.

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Twist Lock Design

Featuring a twist-lock design for quick blade changes and a sturdy, comfort grip, the saw reduces hand fatigue and improves work efficiency.

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Item Weight

‎12.5 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎26.25 x 3.6 x 1.5 inches

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‎9 inch & 13 inch


‎Black Gray


‎9 inch & 13 inch

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Blade Length

‎13 Inches

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Customer Reviews

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#6,436 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #8 in Handsaws

Date First Available

September 8, 2021

10 reviews for Amazon Basics 2-Piece Pull Hand Saw with Double Edge Blade Cutting For Woodworking – 9.5-inch & 13-inch

  1. Joey Theetge

    It cuts

  2. Robert Cox, NYC

    I’m comparing this to a Japanese pull saw that I had a few years ago. That one had a blade that was a little more flexible than this one. and the entire Japanese saw was a little shorter than this one.But I actually like this one better. It feels more robust and sturdy in my hand. It also seems to cut pretty well in both directions, which I appreciate.Of course I love that there’s different size teeth on each side for different kinds of cuts.I also like that this one comes apart easily, so that if you want to store it or pack it in a toolbox, you can.I remember paying three to four times the price of this one for the Japanese pull saw. So to me this represents a tremendous value.And this one still bends plenty enough to make those tight cuts when you’re removing a tenon or sliding into a tight space.Highly recommended!!!

  3. Comdet

    This doesn’t compare to a good quality Japanese pull saw but, considering the price, it’s pretty decent. The handle is all plastic, but it has a nice feel to it, and the non-slip coating allows for a secure and comfortable grip. The blade is double sided, which is a plus, and reasonably sharp.An area that I think could have been done better while keeping the price low is the blade attachment. It’s secured by a single bolt, with the nut embedded inside the handle. You really need to crank down on it to fasten the blade well. You also need to keep the blade pressed firmly down into the handle while tightening the bolt. Once properly fastened the blade stays put. Another area that could be better is the blade protector. It has two thin and flimsy sleeves that fit over the blade teeth. A stouter, more durable sheath (even if made of plastic) would have been much better and not added much, if anything, to the cost.This is not suitable for those accomplished in fine carpentry/woodworking since the balance, heft, cutting ability, and overall durability fall well short of a good Japanese saw. But for amateur woodworkers (such as myself) it’s more than fine, and a very helpful tool to have. For the price (about $12 at the time of this review) it provides good value.

  4. Nicksname

    The blade is a bit thicker than other pull saws. That might be an advantage or a disadvantage, depending on your need. I found it to be a good utility saw for when I don’t want to risk the finer blades on more expensive pull saws. It wouldn’t be my first choice for fine woodworking cuts but is sharp and sturdy.

  5. TMTM

    Everybody needs a Japanese Pull Saw, Period. A traditional western saw is probably the reason why most upgrade to a power tool. The thing is though: As much as it saves time, there is just nothing comparable to quiet woodworking with hand tools.These saws have two sides, one for straight, one for cross cuts. And they make straight cuts without effort. Just follow the line. The thin blade makes trimming precise and wastes less material; Means less dust.It’s a five star tool in quality and practicality. For the price it’s a great entry into the world of Japanese tools. I promise it will make you fall in love with hand tools again BUT it doesn’t compare to the real deal. The precision is just not there. Still a good saw, and way better than most what’s offered in big home improvement stores. I hope it helps to make a decision.

  6. Paul

    This is the handiest aw in my wood shop. It takes a bit of getting use to as compared to the common hand saw but once you get the feel of it it will quickly be come you go to hand saw.

  7. MsYSmith

    Does what is needed. Used to cut an inch off of a 2×4 and no issues. I am not sure how I can sharpen it, but we will cross that bridge when we get there.

  8. Carollee

    Got the job done. Easy to use

  9. TZ

    its not as nice as a traditional wood handle made in japan one but for the price it works just as good.

  10. Amazon Customer

    Better and sturdier saw than anticipated. Glad I got this one rather than springing for one of the more expensive ones.

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