Niwaki Daikiba Secateurs
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.
UK: (excluding Tripod Ladders)
Global: (excluding Tripod Ladders)
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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.