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Questions and Answers for Fiskars Power Tooth Softgrip 10 in. Blade Pruning Saw

Internet #204667606

Model #390470-1006

Store SKU #1000027500

  • Fully hardened blades for heavy use
  • Optimized for both overhand and undercuts
  • Full lifetime warranty

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19Questions
caret
Q:Where is this saw made
by|Jul 29, 2017
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A:  Somewhere in Scandinavia.

by|Mar 22, 2022

A:  Thank you for contacting Fiskars. This item is manufactured in China.

by|Dec 15, 2021
    3 found this answer helpful

    A:  Fiskars is a Finnish company. But I believe they sub this out to a Chinese company to be made.

    by|Apr 18, 2022

    A:  china

    by|Dec 15, 2021
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  The packaging states it is made in China.

      by|Dec 15, 2021
      1 found this answer helpful
      caret
      Q:Where do you buy replacement blades to fit this saw?
      by|Jul 21, 2017
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      A:  Home Depot

      by|Jun 10, 2021

        A:  Thank you for contacting Fiskars. This saw does not have replaceable blades available.

        by|Sep 4, 2020
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          A:  I am not sure if the blade is replaceable. It looks like it cannot be removed without damaging the whole mechanism that clicks it in place (there are two different ways to use the saw--the picture shows one, and the blade can be rotated to the next setting so it is upside down in order to saw from the bottom of a branch upwards).

          by|Sep 4, 2020
            1 found this answer helpful

            A:  Home Depot shows it on their website: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Fiskars-Replacement-Saw-Blade-for-Pro-10-in-Folding-Saw-384960/308727488

            by|Jun 8, 2022

            A:  Try a google search for this part number. Fiskars 390470-1002

            by|Jun 10, 2021
              caret
              Q:difference between 7 and 10 inch model just longer blade? Is one better than the other?
              by|Jun 13, 2017
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              A:  Just longer, no more sturdier or anything, still flimsy.

              by|Jun 10, 2021

                A:  The 10in is more useful. You can cut bigger branches.

                by|Jun 24, 2022

                A:  Hi John, I did not find a 7 inch version of the Fiskars Pruning Saw, but I found a Corona 7 inch Pruning Saw. They are very similar in design and are both a great value. The longer blade of the Fiskars might give that saw a greater value, along with its availability in most Home Depot stores. Corona Saws are of the highest quality, and if a more compact blade is desirable, this saw may be a great choice. Compare these two saws here: http://www.homedepot.com/p/compare?errorURL=ProductAttributeErrorView&langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053&prodComp_0=204667606&prodComp_1=202343683&keyword=pruning%20saw Thank you for asking, -Travis

                by|Jun 13, 2017
                1 found this answer helpful

                A:  Yes great experience with this tool excellent choices I am happy with it

                by|Jun 30, 2022

                A:  Depends on the size of the branches and how often you will need to use it for other similar jobs.

                by|Jan 7, 2020
                  caret
                  Q:how do I get the saw blade to open? I tried pulling both ends and pushing the orange button, but it won't move!
                  by|Mar 5, 2016
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                  A:  Mine opens when I push the orange button and swing the blade out. Not spring loaded

                  by|Apr 8, 2021
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                  A:  Thank you for contacting Fiskars. To release the blade, depress the round orang button on the side of the saw. You should be able to feel the latch release which allows the blade to swing open.

                  by|Sep 4, 2020
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                    A:  Try holding the saw in your right hand and push the button with your thumb. While holding the button down, pull on the blade at the opposite end from the button. You can feel the locking mechanism detach. Swung out easily for me.

                    by|Apr 8, 2021
                      5 found this answer helpful

                      A:  Posh the button and rotate

                      by|Sep 4, 2020
                        3 found this answer helpful

                        A:  Blade rotates it does not pull out. If that doesn't work take it back to the store. The button should work.

                        by|Sep 4, 2020
                          3 found this answer helpful
                          caret
                          Q:American saws cut on the push stroke, pushing the saw away from your body. This saw cuts on the pull stroke, pulling it towards your body. After an hour cutting with a cross cut saw, then start using this, is like WHAAAAT? I would so much like this to be reversible.
                          by|Feb 2, 2016
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                          A:  The saw teeth on saws such as this are designed to cut in both directions; so wood particles are removed twice as fast to reduce both fatigue and work time.

                          by|Sep 4, 2020
                            1 found this answer helpful

                            A:  The orientation of the teeth determine the cutting direction. The blade is not reversible.

                            by|Jun 10, 2021

                              A:  Keeps the blade from buckling and gaming in the cut

                              by|Apr 8, 2021
                                6 found this answer helpful

                                A:  More body leverage pulling instead of pushing.

                                by|Apr 8, 2021
                                4 found this answer helpful

                                A:  I prefer it cutting on the pull. So it works well for me.

                                by|Sep 4, 2020
                                1 found this answer helpful

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