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Magnusson 5.9" Junior hacksaw
With 24 TPI (teeth per inch), this 150mm long, junior hacksaw from Magnusson is specifically designed to cut wood, plastic tubes and metal tubes.
- 150 mm blade
- 24 teeth per inch
- Grip handle
Features and benefits
- Easy adjust and tensioning control
- Soft touch handle with grip prevents slippage for ease of use
- Features a rigid steel frame designed for maximum control
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Blade fitting||Turn screw|
|Blade material||Carbon steel|
|Teeth per inch||24|
Awful blade, don't waste your money.
Jamie_P19 - 2 months ago
Bought this to trim some small metal rods - maybe just 2-3 mm in diameter. Blade barely made a dent in the metal and was soon blunted before I had finished the job. Perhaps if you bought a different brand of blades this would be fine but ended up buying the larger Irwin 24 TPI which was far superior in every way. Don't waste your money on this product.
Bartman124 - 4 months ago
Absolutely hopeless don't waste your money buy the all metal frame one silver in colour about £1 cheaper much better
Emajlk - 4 months ago
Brought this product to cut metal rod on roller blind. But the blade struggled with approximately 2mm of sheet metal.
Sutcliffe231 - 4 months ago
Bought this about a year ago and have not used much. Feels nice in hand to use. Was cutting some thin metal and saw handle came off the metal frame and I cannot repair. Would not recommend will have to buy a replacement and it won’t be this one.
Good, cheap little hacksaw
RealisticDIYer - 6 months ago
I bought this to cut the tubes on some roller blinds down to size. After reading the poor reviews of the product I was worried it wouldn't be up to the job so bought extra blades as back up... didn't need them. This is a perfectly adequate little tool, cut through three hollow but sturdy metal tubes and the thinner but solid plastic rods that go in the bottom of roller blinds.