NDååâR Flexible Wire Saw
The NDuR Flexible Wire Saw cuts through wood, plastic, bone and even soft metals. Constructed using 9 strands of interwoven stainless steel wire, will easily reach inaccessible places. Attach rope to split rings on each end to cut higher branches.
- Constructed of 8 strands of interwoven stainless steel wire
- Easily reaches inaccessible places
- Can be used as a snare
- Many uses for the outdoors and house
- 24" sawing edge
Posted by Brennen
This saw is the clear choice of wire saws. It will break on you eventually but that's the nature of the wire saw. It had very rust resistant properties and the rings do swivel to aid in the sawing process. If you are looking for a longer lasting alternative look for a chain-like saw.
Posted by Casey
The wire saw is a good idea on paper but does not live up to it's description. I found it hard to just cut a 1/4 inch of white pine, a soft wood. Spend a few extra bucks and get the pocket chainsaw. Much better investment.
No Bad, But Not Great
Posted by Chris
I have used these for years and they are not very good. They do work well in a pinch, but trying to cut anything of size results in breaking the wire. Yes I know that it's not really designed to cut branches of size, but some times you don't have a choice. Like I said not bad, but not good either
Posted by Peter
Cuts well but it's hard to coil up. It's useful in the bush.
Posted by Ryan
Great hard to coil up again.
Posted by Ben
While the saw itself works great for cutting just about anything, it comes coiled up, so when you go to cut something it will be fighting to return to it's coiled position.I realize that this is a problem with anything metal, but it still keeps it from getting a perfect score. Also, it is hard to keep perfectly coiled for transportation, you will have to weave it in and out of itself to get it to stick. Overall though, a great buy for six bucks.