I have a number of lightweight, collapsible saws for camping, backpacking, etc., including the well-known Sven folding bow-saw, which, at half this price, is twice the weight and 21 inches long, so not really ultralight.
However, I also have a "pocket chainsaw" made by Green Mountain, the Chainmate CM-24SSP, which, at the same 24 inches as this Nordic saw, is one ounce more at a retail of $25, and currently sells on a well-known commerce site named after a long South American river for $5.
So, while shaving an extra ounce and some leather seems like it would likely cost a bit more, I'm still struggling to understand how this is supposed to be a good deal at anywhere between 3x and 15x the price, depending on how you reckon it. "It's Swedish!" doesn't really seem like a sufficient explanation.