Best Folding Handsaw? Samurai, SOG, Corona, Gerber, Fujiwara, Silky, Kershaw, Gruntek, Mossy Oak

Saws / pruning saws: Samurai, Corona, Kakuri Gikoh, Gerber, Fujiwara, Silky, One Stop Gardens (Harbor Freight), Workpro, Kershaw, Ginword, Gruntek, Flora Guard, Amazon Basics, Mossy Oak, SOG, Bahco, Eversaw. Folding hand saws tested for initial sharpness, speed cutting through ¾ inch wooden dowel, speed cutting through hardwood, speed cutting through 2×2, blade speed cutting through wooden dowel after extensive use, blade rigidity. I purchased all of the folding handsaws and supplies used to test the handsaws to ensure an unbiased review. So, thank you for supporting the channel.

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24 Replies to “Best Folding Handsaw? Samurai, SOG, Corona, Gerber, Fujiwara, Silky, Kershaw, Gruntek, Mossy Oak”

  1. You should have tested rust resistance on the saw blades I've see a huge difference between silky and less expensive models also curved blade and straight back makes a big difference most silky are curved. But always great videos.

  2. I have had for many years the Corona wood handle saw made in the U.S.A. and it is still a great saw , very sharp and cuts like a beast .

  3. I own the Bacho cool to see how it stood up. If I seen this before I would buy the corona, or samurai

  4. Thank you! Nice work on the testing jig, as usual. For a video idea, I have personally been researching random orbit polishers (e.g. Milwaikee 2684-20, Dewalt DCM848B, Ryobi PBF100B, Makita XOP02Z or whichever fitting variations). I appreciate your content very much!

  5. Have you seen CAT has a new graphite battery? They have big claims…I think it deserves a test

  6. lucky me to have one of those corona ones. random purchase probably based on price. It does do a great job on a variety of tasks I have given it.

  7. Going to buy a 10" Corona razortooth based on your reviews and those on Amazon . Many very happy customers . Only $58 loonies delivered . Thanks Todd .

  8. I can appreciate your attempts to change up the results so to not be repetitive, and I had no clue there were that many folders
    Thanks, I have a few $20 coronas

  9. Back 15 years ago, when I was doing network retrofit installs, one of these knives would be much better than my Stanley straight-blade drywall saw. I would offer to have you add a few off-purpose tests, but you probably would have to deal with negative input from the tool makers. Oh well, Job Well Done. Thanks

  10. Review recommendation: drywall saws/ stab saws. I always have one for a while and it’s hard to remember the features/ flaws when I’m just trying to pick something up to take to the next job

  11. I actually have two of the Corona saws that my brother and I use when doing yard work for our mother who can't do it on her own any more and it is a very nice saw. I also have one from Fiskars that is also very good. The gripe I have about the Corona saws though is that the nuts securing the hinge screw will back out if you don't put a drop of thread lock on them.

  12. Can you look at coolant additives please. See if they are snake oil? Water wetter, purple rain etc. They claim a lot of benefits.
    What are the other options and what option is better.

  13. My pick for small hand saw is the Wolf Garten Powercut 145. Super sharp and comfortable with great folding mechanism.

  14. This test was just super! This is an excellent example of my lament that "It's 2023, and by now engineering an excellent xxxxxxxx has got to be a solved problem. All brands should work pretty well". Oh, boy, am I naively optimistic.

  15. Could we revisit PPE? Perhaps hearing protection? Electronic ear muffs vs standard ones?

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