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Stanley Bi-metal Hack saw (L)430mm

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Product Details

Product Information

With 24 TPI (teeth per inch), this 300mm long, bi-metal hack saw from Stanley is specifically designed to cut suitable for cutting metal.

  • 300 mm Bi-metal blade
  • 24 teeth per inch
  • 4 blade positions
  • Soft grip handle

Features and Benefits

  • 4 in 1 hacksaw can be used in the following positions; 45 degree flush cut, 90 degree standard position, long pad saw or removable file
  • Integrated storage for replacement blades
  • Comfort grip handle and rubber ends for maximum torque
  • 1 year

Technical Specifications

BrandStanley
MaterialBi-metal
Colour descriptionBlack & yellow
Blade length (mm)300mm
Teeth per inch (TPI)24
Pack quantity1
ModelFMHT0-20531
Product code3253560205317

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4.75 / 5(4 reviews)

Another Quality Stanley product

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Jayyyyyyyyyy - 1 year ago

Great product you will feel the quality as soon as you touch the product, if not, go near it! Standard with Stanley.

Good grip

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NatashaOz - 1 year ago

Bought as a gift for someone and they said the handle was great with a comfortable grip.

Stanley Bi-Metal hacksaw

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kejg 66 - 1 year ago

Strong item and having the file as well you can take off the sharp edges to finish job off. Just remember to screw it back on after you have finished.

Good weight, strong and sturdy...

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Mapearson - 1 year ago

This is a really good saw, it's got a nice weight to it and feels comfy in my hand. The locking mechanism is very good and sturdy, it holds the blade tight for nice accurate cuts, the only thing i would change on it, is when you take the blade out, the pin in the locking lever falls back, so either keep the saw angled forward, or spend 3 seconds putting it back in place when you change the blade. It's not a big thing or even that fiddly to do, i just think they could of designed it better. The blade that comes with it is pretty basic, like most saws you buy, change the blade for something decent and this would be a brilliant saw for anyone, both diy and trade (I say trade because I was an engineer for 8 years, my dad owns his own engineering business and we both agree, it's a very good saw, so good, he brought one for at work after he tried mine out)