An International Forum Design Gold award winner in 2012, the new Takeru-boy is the only saw on the market with the "butterfly" handle. This exclusive design allows the 24.5" overall length of the saw, including handle, to fold down to only 13".
Takeru-boy is a Japanese, traditional-style carpentry saw with a ryoba blade and an innovative, rubberized handle. The wide blade, which helps make precise and straight cuts, is equipped with cross-cutting teeth and rip-cutting teeth on opposite edges. Both types of teeth are non-set to ensure a smooth finish and the blade is concave-ground to give less friction when cutting.
The handle, made of aluminum sections with rubber grips, separates and rotates for compact storage and teeth protection. The rubberized grips absorb vibration and direct more usable energy to the cutting edges.
Manufactured from superior SK4 Japanese steel and using Silky's proprietary manufacturing process, expect the Takeru-boy to produce quality cuts time after time.
Where winning design meets a winning performance with every project, Silky's Takeru-boy is setting a new standard in folding saw excellence.
The Takeru-boy is available in 2 lengths (blade of 240mm and 270mm) and 2 types of pitch (18 per 30mm and 24 per 30mm).