- May 8, 2017
- Eastern Europe
It explains everything. Most of my life I have dealt with saws, in which the teeth are sawed either away from themselves or in both directions, this has always annoyed me. They get stuck too easily, bend or break. When I got acquainted with saws that cut only on themselves, it's just a pleasure to cut them, and the cut is more accurate.I'm sorry but I can't agree with that. I believe the main issue is that the Silkys are designed specifically to cut in one direction. So if they get stuck, folks just instinctively pull or push the saw to get it unstuck. That works, but only if the saw is designed to cut both ways. If it's not, and force is applied in the direction it doesn't cut, the saw is far more likely to snap.