"Great cutting saw, very sharp and easy to use. Usually I use bacho saws but haven't been impressed by their quality lately so thought I would give this saw a try. Only difference is the handle onthis saw is slightly bulky but you soon get used to it. Would definitely buy again."
"very nice saw, comfortable, performs well on both rip and cross cuts in hard and soft woods, also very adept with all composit boards. i've been a carpenter for 25+ years and only my "phily disston" is better."
"i got a saw for £4 i tourt it wud last say a few months and it wunt cut a thing so so i speant £9 i i wont be buing a other saw for a very long time qullity saw now i wudnt buy any other just as quick as my jig saw brilliant saw x"
"As a general builder, I use these saws a lot. They have a solid and balanced feel. Unlike many saws, these are not whippy. Also unlike many saws, you can use the handle to give you a reliable 45 and 90 degree angle, even after heavy and prolonged abuse, the handle doesn't start to wobble.
If you're after a good saw, you can't get much better than these!"
"i am a genarall handy man my brother in law is a chippy an my uncall is a landscaper and we all use jack saws thay are far better than stanley or eny of the others i wood recommend jack saws to eny one or eny trade or diy"
"Bought this to replace a twenty year old Sandvik which has proved itself well, but alas, is now in need of replacement. The Irwin cuts very well but I doubt it will live up to the longevity of the Sandvik. I do find the handle quite cheap feeling but it does hold well in the hand. Overall, at this early stage, I am satisfied with my choice."