Review of the Fiskars 10 Inch Power Tooth Sliding Carabiner Saw. Item # 9258

This Fiskars saw isn’t promoted as a bushcrafter or outdoor enthusiast’s saw, but I think it competes with folding saws. I recommend it. It has their Power Tooth technology and an 8TPI (teeth per inch) edge that cuts quite well.

If you know about replacement blades for this saw please email me with the info: CanadianCuttingEdge AT Gmail.com

If you are in Canada you will probably be best of going to your local Home Hardware store to buy this. Especially if you are watching this in the first several days after it was posted.
Otherwise check out any hardware store or from Amazon.CA

Amazon.CA: http://amzn.to/2q06nsH

If you are in USA you can get it from Amazon.COM for $20USD: http://amzn.to/2pyJc7n
Or go to your local hardware store.
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Comments

Syafique Sharif says:

oh come on where’s the usual paper and paracord cutting test!

Jared Tyra says:

That’s a wired looking knife 😉

Kari Kuosa says:

Outside? I thought you’d grown roots in that knife review foxhole? *grin*.
(Thought it’s a good place to review folders and other type of knives…)

qdp612 says:

sweet. cut better than i expected!

kidbach says:

huh? what did you say? well I’ll tell you Jake, I never “saw” this product test coming.

Bushcraft North of 60 says:

Just bought one. Hoping it’s a good “poor man’s Silky saw.” We’ll see. Take care.

raphael beinhauer says:

Seems ok and the carabiner is nice, but I’m not a fan of OTF saws. I really like the corona razor tooth 10″ folding saw for $20. Slimmer handle (the fiskars handle is so thick because the entire width of the blade has to fit in it) EASY one-handed opening and closing and replacement blades are available.

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