The 15-061 is a high quality coping saw blade designed especially for cutting ceramic tile. It can cut through ceramic floor tiles, porcelain floor tiles, ceramic tile, granite, marble, travertine, terrazzo, slate, brick, cinder block, and drywall. This ceramic saw blade is 6 1/2" long and 15 TPI, and it fits all standard 6 1/2" tile saws. This blade cuts cleanly and precisely, and is versatile enough to be used in both wet or dry cutting of ceramic tile. It has a stiff 50 Tooth Diamond Segment for right- or left- handed cutting, and is pre-ground. This Stanley 15-061 coping saw blade is backed by a lifetime warranty.
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The Stanley 15-061 Coping Saw Blades are high-quality, affordable blades, and it's hard to find fault with them. They're comfortable to hold, they cut smoothly, and they deliver a good amount of cut depth. They're also relatively cheap, so if you're on a budget, you can use them to replace your old blades without breaking the bank. The blades are easy to change, too. The blades themselves are slightly curved, but they also feature a groove that runs down the length of the blade, which makes it easy to align the blade when changing it. The saw can cut wood, steel, and aluminum, and it's also capable of cutting plastics. The saw's steel blade is 30 inches long, and it's 1.4 pounds.
Cuts wood, nails, metal lath, composition board, BX cable, conduit
The Stanley 15-275 4-Way Keyhole Saw, formerly the 4-Keyhole Saw, is a well-constructed, versatile, and affordable hand tool. The saw is lightweight, making it comfortable to hold and use for long periods of time. The saw's 7-1/2-in. blade is long enough to cut multiple boards, making it useful for installing crown molding or hanging a shelf. The saw has 4-way positioning, so it can be used in either the vertical or horizontal position. The saw has a smooth cutting action, and its 90-degree angle cuts eliminate splintering. The saw is easy to set up and use, and it's simple to replace the saw blades. The saw has a safety trigger that locks the saw in the on position. The saw is affordably priced at $20, making it a good value. The saw has a one-year warranty.
The STANLEY Hand Saw offers an excellent combination of cutting power, durability, and safety. Its teeth stay sharper up to five times longer than conventional hand saws, and this saw cuts up to 50% faster than standard hand saws. The saw's sharp teeth help it cut through a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and plastic, and the saw's 45 degree and 90 degree markings help users make measurements quickly and precisely. The saw is lightweight and easy to use, and it has a ergonomic handle that helps prevent wrist strain. The saw also has a lock-off lever that makes it easier to store the saw. The saw has a 15 in. blade, which is long enough for most cutting jobs, but the blade is thin enough that it may snag on some materials, such as metal or wood. The saw is 15.5 in. long overall, which is long enough for most cutting jobs, but the blade is thin enough that it may snag on some materials, such as metal or wood.
One-finger access button allows for the easy release of saw from storage cavity
The Stanley 19-800 Hand Saw with Mitre Box is a perfect choice for a DIYer who already has some experience with hand and panel saws. It has excellent build quality, with a sturdy miter slot that locks into place, and is well-suited for woodworking projects of all kinds. The saw is well-balanced and the weight makes it easy to push across wood. The saw also has a convenient storage compartment that holds the saw securely, as well as the 12-inch backsaw and 12-inch panel saws. The saw is easy to set up and, once hooked into the miter slot, it's fairly easy to use. The saw is sharp and cuts well. However, it's a bit slow, and the blade's cutting depth is fairly shallow. The 12-inch backsaw comes with a 90-degree and 45-degree miter slot as well as a 22-1/2-degree slot, so the saw can be used on octagonal cuts. The saw has grooves along the sides that are designed for attaching a stand, but the saw doesn't have a stand for itself. The saw comes with an attractive carrying case, but it lacks a handle, so it's easy to carry with one hand.
Thick, ergonomically designed grip helps reduce slipping and adds comfort
The STANLEY FATMAX Hand Saw has a high-quality, durable construction, with high-quality steel blades and a tough plastic handle. The handles are ergonomically shaped, with a grippy rubber coating that makes it easier to hold and maneuver. The saw's 15-inch blade is long enough for most tasks, and it's sharp enough to cut through nails, wood, and plywood. The saw also features a sharptooth saw technology, which consists of three cutting surfaces instead of one, so it cuts 50% faster than conventional STANLEY Hand Saws. The saw's teeth also stay sharp up to 5 times longer than standard teeth. The saw is lightweight, and it stores easily in a toolbox or drawer. The saw's blade is narrow, so it's better suited to tasks like trimming small branches, and the blade is also thin, so it's better suited for tasks that require precision. Overall, the STANLEY FATMAX Hand Saw is a reliable saw for light-duty tasks.
At $16, the STANLEY Hand Saw is less expensive than many similar hand saws, but it's a little cheaper for a reason. The saw has a smaller 26-inch blade, so it's a little longer than many others, and the teeth on the saw are smaller and sharper. The saw has 11 teeth per inch, which is significantly lower than most other saws, including our top pick, the 20-065. The saw's teeth are also spaced farther apart, so it's slower to cut, but if you're planning on doing a lot of cutting, the saw's longer blade will be an advantage. The saw is lightweight, and it's comfortable to hold and use. The saw also has two interchangeable handles, so you can change the angle of the blade, which can be useful if you're cutting around obstructions. The saw has 1/4-inch and 3/8-inch cutting capacities, which is lower than some hand saws, but it's enough for most people. The saw also works well when retracted, so it's suitable for both right and left handed users. The saw's blade is straight, so it's suitable for both straight and curved cutting. The saw comes with a heavy-duty plastic case and screwdriver. The saw's teeth have a lifetime warranty.
The Stanley Hand Saw has a thick, solid frame, which gives it a more solid feel than the Swix and Storm saws we tested. The saw's tension is adjustable up to 225 pounds, which is ideal for tasks like cutting tree branches. The saw is lightweight, weighing just 2.5 pounds, but it's a bit long, which can make it tiring to use. The saw's handle is large and comfortable, and its tension knob has a thick, solid feel. The saw's blade has a sharp edge, and we were able to use it to cut branches that were 4 inches thick. The saw has a 90-degree and 180-degree adjustable blade angle, which allow you to cut flush against walls, which was very helpful when we were building our fence. The saw easily cuts wood, metal, and plastic. The saw comes with a case, and we liked the case's straps, which made it easy to store and transport the saw. The saw's ergonomic design and long handle make it fairly easy to use, but the saw's long blade can make some cuts tiring. The saw's blade is sharp, but we found that it sometimes chipped pieces off, which made us nervous for the safety of our dog.
Stanley's 15-087 handsaw is a good choice for contractors who need to make quick cuts on wood, plastic, and asphalt. The teeth on this handsaw are 8 s per inch, which is small enough to cut threads in metal, fiberglass, and plastic, which other saws in this price range don't do. The saw's handle is angled slightly upwards, so the handsaw is easier to hold. The saw's teeth are polished, so they don't snag on material. The blade is 20 inches long, which is longer than most handsaws. The blade is thicker than most handsaw blades, which makes it a more comfortable saw to use, because there's less vibration. The 15-087's bearings are sealed, so the teeth won't dull. The saw's handle is 2.5 pounds, and the blade is 1.5 pounds, so it's lightweight enough to carry in a toolbox. The 15-087 comes with a lifetime guarantee, which is longer than most handsaws' warranties.