Ryset JAWS 33cm Curved Saw combines a precision-engineered blade with an ergonomically designed handle, making it the perfect choice for tackling challenging pruning tasks with ease and efficiency.
- Impulse Hardened Tri-Tooth Blade: At the heart of the Ryset JAWS saw is a 33cm hardened Japanese tri-edge tooth design blade. This innovative design ensures a swift, clean cut through branches, minimizing effort and maximizing efficiency. The curvature of the blade allows for optimal cutting angle, enhancing performance and reducing work time.
- Durable and Safe: The fixed blade design ensures stability and safety during use, making it a reliable tool for heavy-duty pruning tasks. The saw comes complete with a protective scabbard for safe storage and transport, keeping the blade sharp and ready for action.
- Ergonomic Non-Slip Handle: Designed with user comfort in mind, the ‘JAWS’ saw features a non-slip rubberized handle. This provides a secure and comfortable grip, even in wet or difficult operating conditions, reducing hand fatigue and enhancing control.
- Versatile and Reliable: Whether you’re clearing thickets, pruning trees, or managing overgrown gardens, the Ryset JAWS 33cm Curved Saw is up to the challenge. Its robust construction and innovative blade design make it suitable for a wide range of pruning tasks, offering unmatched versatility and reliability.
- Professional Quality: Ryset tools are known for their professional quality and durability. The JAWS saw is no exception, designed to meet the high standards of professional arborists and discerning gardeners. Its build quality ensures a long life of reliable service, making it a worthy investment for anyone serious about gardening and tree care.
With its unmatched cutting power, ergonomic design, and durable construction, it’s the ultimate tool for anyone looking to tackle their pruning jobs with precision and ease.
- Impulse hardened blade for long life sharpness
- 33cm blade, 18cm handle
- Made in Korea
Did you know? A curved blade can actually saw faster and with more aggression than its straight counterpart. Thanks to its natural arc, a curved blade digs into the wood at the start of each pull, giving you a bit more speed in each stroke.