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POCKETBOY 130 (XL Teeth)

SKU SI-346-13
C$44.99
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Compact and lightweight folding saw with a 5 inch blade and 7 teeth per inch. This saw features (like all Pocketboys) a rust resistant, hard-chrome treated, taper-ground Blade with a non set tooth design for superior cutting efficiency. Blade locks in two positions. A rubberized handle provides good grip. Exceptional design, strength and balance. A plastic flip-lock carrying/storage case is included. Pocketboy saws will accept Other blades of different tooth configurations from the Pocketboy series, of the same length. Made in Japan.

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  • Blade length: 130 mm
  • Teeth per inch: 7

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