If it wasn’t for the word ‘saw’, McFeely’s Gomboy Folding Hand Silky Saw would sound like something off the menu of a not-quite-legal strip joint. Or maybe the word ‘saw’ still fits in with that notion – I can’t say I’ve been to enough strip joints to really be an authority on the terminologies used at one.
That said, if it wasn’t for the word saw, we’d hardly be talking about this tool from McFeely’s – so let’s get to the fine points about this home improvement product.
The Silky Gomboy Folding Saw is handy for both woodworkers and gardeners. The 8 ¼” blade can fold away (and stay closed with the flip lock) which makes this tool more compact for storage and safety. When open, the saw measures 17 ½” and features a ground double row of Japanese-style teeth (with 12 teeth per inch). These chompers can cut smoothly though a pull motion into nearly any piece of wood. You can take this saw out for trimming branches, sawing off a slice of a 2 x 4 taking a look at the grain of wood in the lumberyard. You can also set the blade at two different angles depending on your needs.
The Gomboy Folding Hand Silky Saw is available from McFeely`s for a mere $36.90. Just don’t ask it for a lap dance.