Model # 393540-1002

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Store SKU #115851

Fiskars 18 in. D-Handled Pruning Saw
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Fiskars

18 in. D-Handled Pruning Saw

  • SoftGrip Handle
  • Power-tooth blade
  • Full lifetime warranty
$22.97 /each

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D-Handled Saw features a well-balanced fixed blade perfect for cutting medium and large branches, green or dead timber. The blade won't gum up or bind when cutting live wood and the curved design helps you get close to the tree collar for safe, hygienic cuts. Softgrip D-handle provides comfort and control and allows plenty of room for gloved hands.

  • Power tooth razor sharp blade design cuts on the push and pull strokes to plane away wood faster
  • Fully hardened carbon steel blade holds sharp edges longer
  • A softgrip padded aluminum handle keeps your wrist and arm aligned for maximum comfort, greater strength and straighter cuts
  • Blade length 18 in.
  • Lifetime warranty
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Customer Questions & Answers

what is diameter it can cut through

How thick is the tree limb the saw can conveniently cut through?
Asked by: Prune
Thank you for contacting Fiskars. This item will comfortably cut through 3-4" branches.
Answered by: FiskarsProductExpert
Date published: 2016-09-06

This is a pruning saw. I want to know, before I buy, if I can replace a dull blade.

Asked by: Anonymous
When I bought mine I looked around the dept. and could not find a replacement blade. For the past few years it has been my experience that a new blade cost almost as much as a new saw. You never know where you will find a excellant pruning saw. When you see one with big teeth and is sharp, buy it and hang it up in the garage. If you use it a lot, you will need it soon. Sometimes a saw will just fill up with sap, and you have to clean it or swap for another saw. Swaping for another saw is quicker and time is money, labor,strength,and at my age, time is important.
Answered by: joe75149
Date published: 2016-06-21

Is the blade replaceable through Home Depot?

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Please contact our Customer Service dept at 866-348-5661 8-5 M-F CST to discuss your warranty claim. Thank you!
Answered by: FiskarsProductExpert
Date published: 2015-09-17

Is this a carbon steel blade or stainless steel?

Asked by: Merln
This does not have the same rust resistance as your cooking pots. How you can tell? put a magnet on you cooking pots and then go to this saw blade. There is much more iron in this saw blade. So, don't going leaving the saw outside when not in use.
Answered by: zekezebra
Date published: 2016-02-03

Does Fiskars make a sheath for this saw?

Asked by: OutsideMichael
sadly no they don't.
Answered by: GrowingDude
Date published: 2016-10-30

it says manufacturers warranty and lifetime warranty--how long is it for and what does it cover?

Asked by: Tina
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Because this item is only available in select Home Depot stores, I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our Garden Department professionals at your local Home Depot store. For any other questions, please visit your nearest local Home Depot store or call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
Answered by: THDSUPPORT
Date published: 2016-07-09

How many teeth per inch?

Asked by: georgia
Six.
Answered by: OldGardener
Date published: 2017-01-27
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Customer Reviews

18 in. D-Handled Pruning Saw is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cuts on pull stroke As much that this is a quality product. Great feel and grip. Extremely sharp. This is not going to replace your cross cut saw. The cross cut saw cuts on the push stroke, while this cuts on the pull stroke. There are distinct advantages to the pull cutting motion. But it is an entirely different muscle group you use with this saw. This saw is not going to be comfortable cutting a log more than 4 inches thick. This looked like a saw that would cut in both directions, it does not. I read product review of how wonderful this saw was. No one mentioned how it cuts. My main beef, is that there is no mention of its cutting motion In reviews or on the saw it self. So when you start using this saw, SURPRISE! , it is really different !
Date published: 2016-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just finished using this saw to remove 2-inch-thick branch stubs from an avocado tree and I am ... I just finished using this saw to remove 2-inch-thick branch stubs from an avocado tree and I am amazed! The task didn't require any strength; just patience. Being an out-of-shape old lady, I thought removing these stubs would be impossible for me but decided to buy this saw and give it a try. It was incredibly easy. The process would've been finished more quickly if I'd had some strong muscles to put into it, but I don't have those and just stood there patiently sawing away and watching the branches fall to the ground. This is the perfect pruning saw! Only downside is my inability to get the protective plastic sheath back onto the super-sharp blade. Packed it in bubble wrap and paper and stuck it in a paper bag, and it'll stay clean in dry storage. Thanks, Fiskars!
Date published: 2017-01-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had to cut down a large 50-foot tree and I rented a chainsaw. But the blade wasn't quite long e... I had to cut down a large 50-foot tree and I rented a chainsaw. But the blade wasn't quite long enough and, despite going through an entire tank of chainsaw gas, the tree was still standing. So I returned the rental and bought this. Wise decision. It cuts so well that I not only felled the tree with ease but I cut up half of tree -- all with this saw. I love it.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best hand pruning saw you can buy. Twin rows of teeth remove cuttings and quickly go through even... Best hand pruning saw you can buy. Twin rows of teeth remove cuttings and quickly go through even live oak. Curved blade allows for a more continuous cut and reduces binding. Will easily saw down trees to 6 inches. I have used this saw extensively on cedar and some oak for about three years.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product fill my expectations , great for the price.... Product fill my expectations , great for the price.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great product!!! I've used this pruning saw for several months now and can say this is one of the best purchases I've made recently. As I've done trail maintenance (North Carolina's Mountains-to-Sea Trail) for over a dozen years, I was used to using a bow saw, even at home, for cutting limbs, on trees and off. It worked ok but tended to bind on thicker pieces, a real drawback. I wanted to see if there was a better tool for this, read the reviews and got this saw. It cuts through limbs very quickly with no binding at all. I even used it when building a sawhorse recently, when my jig-saw quit on me, to cut some 2x4's; it's that good!!!
Date published: 2015-05-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Professional Arborist Review I am a Professional Arborist for 28 years. I had to buy a saw quickly, and went to Home Depot to see what they had. I'm only giving this saw 2 stars as I'm comparing to other professional tree pruning saws made by Silky, Fanno, and Thresher. The Fiskars blade is a decent blade, however, the teeth per inch is a low number by comparison. The teeth are also to large. The result is the saw blade tries to take too much bite in each stroke making the saw difficult to pull through hard wood. I used this saw in Honeylocust, Elm, Ash, Apple, and Cottonwood. In all tree types I found the saw was difficult to pull through the wood, especially at the beginning of the cut. I found myself having to exert more effort to get the saw to cut. Yesterday, I switched the Fiskars out of my scabber on my climbing belt with a Thresher saw, and noticed an incredible difference in how fast the Thresher cut. Smooth and fast. No grabbing the wood and getting bound up. Reason being the Thresher saw blade has more teeth per inch, and the teeth are smaller. The Fiskars will be OK for the home owner, but for professional tree trimmers look for more teeth per inch that will take smaller bites, yet cut faster and smoother, leaving a smooth cut.
Date published: 2015-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing cuts! I needed a small tree cutting handsaw. Have a lawn mower by the same company so went with 'experience'...and was i right! Sharp as a razor yet strong to cut right through the 'small' tree trunk and branches are a cinch! Get this one for your cutting needs you won't be disappointed, but amazed!
Date published: 2012-09-03
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