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Niwaki Dozuki Saw

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Very fine teeth for cross cutting and tenon joints, with a rigid spine for control and precision.

The SK-5 steel goes through the traditional heat treatment process of oil quenching, meaning the blades can be resharpened over time.

Once you’ve tried Japanese saws for woodworking, you’ll never look back - but a small degree of care and disciplined is called for to get started, as with many Japanese tools. Handle carefully, saw in a smooth action on the pull stroke, and avoid very hard woods.

More about Niwaki Saws

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Shirai san, 3rd generation saw maker, has been making woodworking and gardening saws for 45 years.

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$52.00

USD / Delivering to United States

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Niwaki Dozuki Saw
  • 173g
  • 554 x 19 x 62mm
  • 226mm blades
  • SK-5 steel
  • In Stock - Available to dispatch worldwide, or to collect
Delivery

UK:

  • Free delivery for orders over £100*
  • £4.00: 48 Tracked with Royal Mail - delivered by the postie, can be left in safe place, limited tracking info. Approx 2-4 working days.
  • £7.50: FedEx Tracked service delivered next working day for orders received before 1pm GMT Mon–Fri (ex Bank Holidays).

*Surcharges may apply to some larger or heavier items to some areas.

Global:

  • Free delivery for orders over £/$/€100*
  • Price depends on location - adjust the COUNTRY tab in your basket to see the price.
  • We use DHL or FedEx, and we’ll email you the tracking info.

*Surcharges may apply to some larger or heavier items to some areas.

Please note Niwaki are not responsible for any import duty, taxes or fees incurred and these will be will be collected by our courier during customs clearance — For EU countries, when possible DHL will provide an estimate on the order confirmation page.

Saw Care

Japanese Pruning Saws are great. They cut on the pull stroke, not the push, which means the blade is under less pressure when cutting, and uses less energy, resulting in a far cleaner, faster cut. They whizz through green wood, but the blades are more fragile than traditional western saws and incorrect use can result in damage.

  • Use a smooth, gentle sawing action, doing the cutting on the pull, and gliding back on the push
  • Don’t let the weight of the branch pinch or catch the blade
  • Don’t twist the blade while sawing
  • Don’t use a small saw for a large job. Treat 1/3 of the length of the blade as the absolute maximum sensible cutting diameter
  • Don’t use a large saw for a small job. A 12" blade will happily cut a 1/2" branch, providing the branch is rigid - but most 1/2" branches move around a lot, and don’t allow for accurate sawing. Use Secateurs or Loppers instead
  • Don’t blame us if you snap the blade. Blades snap through misuse and poor handling, neither of which are covered under the warranty!

Saw Diameter Diagram

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