"Bought to replace a £30 saw that was much heavier and more unweildy and the Bahco tears through work like my last saw never did. OK it's brand new but all the same, a delight to use. Can't really commment on the reliability as, like I say, it's brand new but I see no reason to believe that it shouldn't be good value for money."
""A hand saw is a hand saw" the bahco hand saw does exactly what is said in the Screwfix description. It has a good solid grip that feels right, cuts through wood like butter Its a good all round value & quality product & for me its a more superior tool than similar versions of this product. Bye it & try It"
"Have bought these saws for years and they always last. The handle is compact and simple, unlike some other saws with chunky handles and rubber on the grip that is just window dressing. I want the dollar in my saw to go into the blade, not decoration which is why I buy Bahco."
"i have an american disston rip saw sitting in my toolbox and its saw (pardon the pun) the light of the day only a few times and thats since my apprentice days 40years ago.it was a great saw and still is, but its more a valued antique as fewer trades persons sharpen their saws nowadays. that brings me to this saw: Ive been using the 20" since they came out and for cut, balance, and build quality Ive not met its better. I generally buy 2or 3 at a time as i wonder if theyre going to increase in price! and when the teeth have dulled they're great for cutting plasterboard and "thermalite" type blocks.great product, great price."