The Opinel beech handle saw makes short work of thicker branches on bushes and fruit trees. The two rows of razor-sharp teeth are angled back towards the handle, so the blade glides through wood with each pull.
The saw blade is made from carbon steel, giving you both an exceptionally sharp cutting edge and great durability. It’s finished with an anti-corrosion coating to prevent rust. The handle is made from durable French beechwood that’s varnished for resistance to water.
The Opinel family started as blacksmiths in Savoie, France in 1800. By 1890, Joseph Opinel had developed the first line of Opinel folding penknives, for which the company would soon become famous. The design is still true to the 200-year-old originals with just one little change – a rotating ‘cap’ where the blade meets the handle, so the knife can be locked open or closed. Opinel used their experience to make a series of high-quality gardening tools – most of which also fold away for safety in storage.
|Standard UK Delivery ?||£3.50 or free when you spend £35|
|Express Delivery ?||£6.95 or free when you spend £75|
|Next day by 12pm ?||£9.95|