Nordic Pocket Saw

Nordic Pocket Saw

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A powerful tool for demanding adventures in the wild, the Nordic Pocket Saw is great for hiking, hunting, fishing, bushcraft, and more. The heat-treated, high-carbon steel chain is designed to stand up to harsh conditions and extreme temperatures, and features double-cutter teeth on each link for effortless cutting in both directions Read More

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Kushwinds
1
Jan 17, 2019
This saw is even lighter than I expected, and cuts through wood (at least all the wood I’ve tried so far) like a dream. As long as you have the chain at an angle where it will stay alligned, you can butcher a tree with significantly less effort than with a traditional or folding saw, IMHO. Certainly there are limitations to this saw, such as the requirement to use both hands, but for under 5 ounces this is a downright legendary addition to your pack.
Gunnersmate2
1645
Sep 13, 2018
They stole my design! No but seriously I made a saw like this from a chainsaw blade that was the wrong size for my husky. It took a lot of effort to use but it worked great once I got it tuned for slow rpms. This looks like it will work great. Amazingly useful for our doors people
drewberg
54
Sep 12, 2018
This type of human-powered chainsaw is really awesome and useful. I grew up in the middle of a PNW rainforest and have cut many logs with many types of saws as part of my regular life, and also camping. Just wanted to chime in a dissenting opinion to all the folding-saw fans in this thread.
This saw is ideal for camping, specifically breaking down a large, downed branch---the type you might burn in half a few times (if you didn't have a saw) and consume entirely in one night, not much more than 6" in diameter. These branches are the bread and butter of PNW campfires. The proper form is to put your foot on the branch and cut towards yourself. You can cut through 6" in 30 seconds or so. Doing this I find it's easier and quicker to process a branch than using a folding saw, which requires you bend over and find a sawhorse-like setup to get the right rhythm going. Like any saw or axe it's a lot easier to cut when you have a good form/rhythm and really put some force into it.
Uzuzu
1430
Jun 6, 2018
Silky Folding Saw
That is all ;-D
JonseyMcDanes
32
Jun 5, 2018
I've never in my life seen one of these work better than a knife nor make it through 2 branches without breaking.
Maugust09
59
Dec 24, 2018
What trees are you hacking down with a knife??? Scratch that, what knife are you using that is capable of cutting down trees lol
JonseyMcDanes
32
Jan 1, 2019
That's kinda the point of the comment. Using a knife to cut down a tree is a horrible idea, but using this to cut down a tree is an even worse idea.
nasedase
34
Jan 19, 2018
would it hurt if i wrapped this around my dingus?
Eric2524
61
Jan 22, 2018
No, it only hurts if you have morning wood, evening wood is ok, just never ever, EVER, use near your dingus in the morning. I didn’t realize I had morning wood, I pulled the saw out and was twirling it and nicked it, hurt the dingus out of me, as bad as a paper cut.
Rebuswind
228
Nov 9, 2017
I would not buy one since I used this before...it is really great idea on paper....not really useful in real world....once the wood get cut almost all the way through, the saw will likely to caught on itself and make it very hard to move further. I found myself had to break the last part instead of sawing through it....also...you need two hands to use it....if the wood is moving around or in some awkward place, it will be really hard to saw...not to mention when it get start, it always move from where you want to saw due to the two hands pull motion. it also goes on side ways all the time if the wood is too thick... IMO, just buy a silky saw...you will thank yourself every time you use it...
ryanzerbe
2
Jul 19, 2018
Thanks for the recommendation, I've never heard of Silky before, nice saws, expensive though.
Eatmydust
81
Sep 30, 2017
I've never used one I liked. waste of money in my opinion. just get a Sven saw or something like it.
tito_zako
16
Aug 17, 2017
how much will shipping cost?
Mark M.
216
Aug 17, 2017
Nope there is no actually commitment until you confirm purchase, and the drop has ended. Hitting Join Drop is just the first step. You're safe :D
Eric2524
61
Jan 22, 2018
$56 plus a fee to not figure it out yourself, make it payable to Mark M. For doing the work for you.
supercool
7
Jul 4, 2017
isn't this just a chainsaw chain with handles? WTH are you guys requesting?
supercool
7
Jul 4, 2017
Looks like the blades are not unidirectional. They are actually one direction chainsaw blade links alternating. This doesn't look like it works as well as a unidirectional hand saw.
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