• Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
  • Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
  • Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
  • Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
  • Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291
Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291

Gyokucho Razorsaw Ryoba Saw 180mm No. 291

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  • This blade can be removed and replaced
  • Blade length 7"
  • Overall length 15"
  • Tilted handle allows access to awkward places
  • Compact enough to fit in tool bag

Customer Reviews

An excellent saw for doing precise woodworking After seeing some videos on the quality of cuts with Japanese saws, I bought this brand on the recommendation of a professional woodworker.Upon receiving the saw, I did some test cuts on scrap pieces I had laying around. This included pine, poplar, birch, oak and a piece of pressure treated 2x6. In each case I was surprised as to how easy the saw went through the various types of wood. Even more incredible was how clean the cuts were. I also did some cuts on plywood. On BC plywood the cuts were relatively clean however not as smooth as on the solid wood. The saw did cut OSB plywood but it produces a rather rough cut which is not surprising considering the makeup of OSB and will likely wear out the blade prematurely.The saw has both rip and crosscut blades, as such it is by design backless. What this means is you have to be careful not to bend it on the push stroke. By using relatively slow steady strokes and not forcing the saw, you will minimize the chances of bending the blade.I am very pleased with this saw and see it as being very useful for tasks such as dovetails, flush cutting and hand-cut joinery. 5Great, versatile, light saw for crosscuts and rip cuts This is an awesome little saw. I've had it one day and love it already.I took a Fundamentals of Woodworking class and the instructor recommended these saws and we used them.I love it because:(1) Super light/small(2) Makes nice thin and accurate cuts(3) You can make both crosscuts and rip cuts(4) It's inexpensiveNote that this saw cuts on the pull motion, rather than the push motion, unlike many Western saws.I highly recommend it. 5Great saw at a great price I've used pull saws for 20 years but this is the one I got for learning dovetailing. In my pics I show the saw on the left which is my original after almost 2 years of use, and a new one I got for cleaner cuts. As you can see the plate on the old saw is bowed, and you can't really tell but the rip side is a bit dog eared at the corner too. The pullsaws I've owned in the past had thicker plates than this - but on those saws I learned how not to break teeth, so the old saw is still razor sharp, it's just deformed. I still use it as a beater but have the new one for dovetailing and fine work.For perspective, the deformation happened over the course of building a lectern, about three dozen dovetail boxes, two 6' tall pantry cabinets, two carcasses for under my bench, all the drawer bodies for my bench, and quite a lot of random board cutting and ripping. In other words, it's far more punishment than I would have expected it to deal with before having problems, and it still works... I could probably carefully bend it back somewhat straight.It also works very well with magnetic dovetail guides.The only reason I ding it for a star is because really what is the point of having a removeable blade? Nobody sells replacement blades for even the expensive ryoba, and in the rare case where someone does, it's at least 75% of the cost of a saw. 4Great little ryoba, handy and very sharp. Easy to handle and use to make nice clean and straight cuts. Love this little saw. At first I thought that it was just too small but after using it the first time it was just right. I use it to cut smaller pieces of wood, or to start a cut for a larger saw. The teeth are typical ryoba set up, with smaller and closer set teeth near the handle and getting bigger and farther apart at the other end. Also love that it is basically two saws in one, crosscut and rip saw. And best part is that they blades are replaceable so no need to sharpen. I have used previous saw blades as scrapers, as the steel used is very good. I had thought the handle was soft and leather like, but it is actually somewhat hard plastic. But it still provides a very good grip to the saw. 5Awesome saw for lots of cutting but still a fine finish This saw is a great addition to the many saws I have in the shop. It allows me to make fine and precise crosscuts and ripcuts with a very fine finish. The blade will cut through hardwoods pretty easily and efficiently. Being a Japanese saw, it cuts on the pull of the cut rather than the push. I like this for certain cuts I make on my works. The blade is very flexible, so this can be a limiting factor if you are looking for the saw to stay perfectly straight. The blades are removable in this saw so they should be replaceable.With the following miter box I have no problem achieving very straight 45 degree cuts with this saw: FIT TOOLS Aluminum Mitre Box 2 inch x 3 inch with Fix Screw for Hand SawThe dimensions of the product can be seen in the photos I uploaded.Pros:*Fine finish after cutting*Cuts efficientlyCons:*Saw blade is a bit too flexible. If you get used to it this can become a minimal factor (-1/2 a star)Additional Considerations:Remember this is a Japanese style saw. It cuts on the pull, not the push. If you want something more rigid there are similar Japanese saws with a reinforced back edge of the blade to prevent flex.Overall: 4.5/5 stars (>=.5 rounds up, <.5 rounds down) => 5 starsIf you have any further questions regarding the product in my review please leave a comment below and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 5Gyokucho makes a wonderful blade. These newer style handles may break with ... Gyokucho makes a wonderful blade. These newer style handlesmay break with tradition but they certainly are practical. This andthe 770-3500 Razor Saw provide a complete set. No need to spendmore on high end names. They cut thru hard maple on a true line withno wandering. 5Functional for price, not sure shape is a plus, needs storage box. Nice quality blade, okay handle (plastic functional for price point) does the job. I wish someone would design one with a wider base than tip (just the opposite shape) which would allow for closer work adjacent parallel surfaces (such as sawing trim on drywall) reducing chance of nicking as the blade is pulled. Also wish it had something for storage. Ships with thin plastic sleeve for retail display. An inexpensive bamboo or plastic box with molded plastic insert would be worth an extra buck or two. 4Fast and True This is my fist pull saw and after watching tons of woodworking videos, I decided to try this saw. I saw it on sale elsewhere for 29.00 and checked Amazon and of course it was less. This saw is SHARP. Very sharp. Handle carefully.I wanted a thinner saw for my miter saw box and being dual sided decided to try this. If handled properly this saw will last until it dulls, and then you can replace the blade. No need to have someone sharpen it. My first cut was a bit slanted but after practice and getting more behind the saw it is perfect. Try a pull saw. You won't be disappointed. 5Super sharp, strong yet slightly flexible saw I bought this during a roubo bench build when I found my other saws couldn't cut deep and wide enough. This saw slices through ash, walnut, and maple with ease. I did get slightly frustrated when I went to cut one of my boards and it seemed to go very slow. Turns out the error was in my not paying attention to the fact that this saw has 2 different sides with different cutting capabilities. One is for finer slower cutting and one for really ripping through boards. 5Rip with ease As a novice woodworker I am still building up my saw nest. Needing a rip saw I found there were three real options on the market:1. Buy a high end rip saw for $125-2502. Buy a used pre WWII saw for a mere $100, which needs to be de-rusted and sharpened.3. Buy a Japanese rip saw for about a third of the above options.Guess which one I chose? I was already very impressed with my Shark crosscut saw, so I might have already been biased to the Eastern style pull-stroke sawing actions, but being a natural cheapskate, it was price that drove my decision.How does it work? Instead of baseless superlatives, let me quantify this. With my very capable crosscut saw, it took me about 10 minutes to do a with-grain cut of about 10-12" on a hardwood - after which my arm was sore, and my body shaky from the vibrations. With the Gyokucho rip face this cut took about 45 seconds, with no effort, leaving a clean cut. With a good deal more effort and time, I was also able to use the Gyokucho to resaw some hardwood. Here the shortness of the blade showed its disadvantage, but it is possible.The crosscut face is also great, as good or better than my previous Japanese style saw.My only warning is the steel is, by design thin (for a tiny kerf) and backless (for the two saw blades naturally). This means that blade can bow and flex, creating a wandering cut if you are not careful. 5
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Description
  • This blade can be removed and replaced
  • Blade length 7"
  • Overall length 15"
  • Tilted handle allows access to awkward places
  • Compact enough to fit in tool bag
Reviews

Customer Reviews

An excellent saw for doing precise woodworking After seeing some videos on the quality of cuts with Japanese saws, I bought this brand on the recommendation of a professional woodworker.Upon receiving the saw, I did some test cuts on scrap pieces I had laying around. This included pine, poplar, birch, oak and a piece of pressure treated 2x6. In each case I was surprised as to how easy the saw went through the various types of wood. Even more incredible was how clean the cuts were. I also did some cuts on plywood. On BC plywood the cuts were relatively clean however not as smooth as on the solid wood. The saw did cut OSB plywood but it produces a rather rough cut which is not surprising considering the makeup of OSB and will likely wear out the blade prematurely.The saw has both rip and crosscut blades, as such it is by design backless. What this means is you have to be careful not to bend it on the push stroke. By using relatively slow steady strokes and not forcing the saw, you will minimize the chances of bending the blade.I am very pleased with this saw and see it as being very useful for tasks such as dovetails, flush cutting and hand-cut joinery. 5Great, versatile, light saw for crosscuts and rip cuts This is an awesome little saw. I've had it one day and love it already.I took a Fundamentals of Woodworking class and the instructor recommended these saws and we used them.I love it because:(1) Super light/small(2) Makes nice thin and accurate cuts(3) You can make both crosscuts and rip cuts(4) It's inexpensiveNote that this saw cuts on the pull motion, rather than the push motion, unlike many Western saws.I highly recommend it. 5Great saw at a great price I've used pull saws for 20 years but this is the one I got for learning dovetailing. In my pics I show the saw on the left which is my original after almost 2 years of use, and a new one I got for cleaner cuts. As you can see the plate on the old saw is bowed, and you can't really tell but the rip side is a bit dog eared at the corner too. The pullsaws I've owned in the past had thicker plates than this - but on those saws I learned how not to break teeth, so the old saw is still razor sharp, it's just deformed. I still use it as a beater but have the new one for dovetailing and fine work.For perspective, the deformation happened over the course of building a lectern, about three dozen dovetail boxes, two 6' tall pantry cabinets, two carcasses for under my bench, all the drawer bodies for my bench, and quite a lot of random board cutting and ripping. In other words, it's far more punishment than I would have expected it to deal with before having problems, and it still works... I could probably carefully bend it back somewhat straight.It also works very well with magnetic dovetail guides.The only reason I ding it for a star is because really what is the point of having a removeable blade? Nobody sells replacement blades for even the expensive ryoba, and in the rare case where someone does, it's at least 75% of the cost of a saw. 4Great little ryoba, handy and very sharp. Easy to handle and use to make nice clean and straight cuts. Love this little saw. At first I thought that it was just too small but after using it the first time it was just right. I use it to cut smaller pieces of wood, or to start a cut for a larger saw. The teeth are typical ryoba set up, with smaller and closer set teeth near the handle and getting bigger and farther apart at the other end. Also love that it is basically two saws in one, crosscut and rip saw. And best part is that they blades are replaceable so no need to sharpen. I have used previous saw blades as scrapers, as the steel used is very good. I had thought the handle was soft and leather like, but it is actually somewhat hard plastic. But it still provides a very good grip to the saw. 5Awesome saw for lots of cutting but still a fine finish This saw is a great addition to the many saws I have in the shop. It allows me to make fine and precise crosscuts and ripcuts with a very fine finish. The blade will cut through hardwoods pretty easily and efficiently. Being a Japanese saw, it cuts on the pull of the cut rather than the push. I like this for certain cuts I make on my works. The blade is very flexible, so this can be a limiting factor if you are looking for the saw to stay perfectly straight. The blades are removable in this saw so they should be replaceable.With the following miter box I have no problem achieving very straight 45 degree cuts with this saw: FIT TOOLS Aluminum Mitre Box 2 inch x 3 inch with Fix Screw for Hand SawThe dimensions of the product can be seen in the photos I uploaded.Pros:*Fine finish after cutting*Cuts efficientlyCons:*Saw blade is a bit too flexible. If you get used to it this can become a minimal factor (-1/2 a star)Additional Considerations:Remember this is a Japanese style saw. It cuts on the pull, not the push. If you want something more rigid there are similar Japanese saws with a reinforced back edge of the blade to prevent flex.Overall: 4.5/5 stars (>=.5 rounds up, <.5 rounds down) => 5 starsIf you have any further questions regarding the product in my review please leave a comment below and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 5Gyokucho makes a wonderful blade. These newer style handles may break with ... Gyokucho makes a wonderful blade. These newer style handlesmay break with tradition but they certainly are practical. This andthe 770-3500 Razor Saw provide a complete set. No need to spendmore on high end names. They cut thru hard maple on a true line withno wandering. 5Functional for price, not sure shape is a plus, needs storage box. Nice quality blade, okay handle (plastic functional for price point) does the job. I wish someone would design one with a wider base than tip (just the opposite shape) which would allow for closer work adjacent parallel surfaces (such as sawing trim on drywall) reducing chance of nicking as the blade is pulled. Also wish it had something for storage. Ships with thin plastic sleeve for retail display. An inexpensive bamboo or plastic box with molded plastic insert would be worth an extra buck or two. 4Fast and True This is my fist pull saw and after watching tons of woodworking videos, I decided to try this saw. I saw it on sale elsewhere for 29.00 and checked Amazon and of course it was less. This saw is SHARP. Very sharp. Handle carefully.I wanted a thinner saw for my miter saw box and being dual sided decided to try this. If handled properly this saw will last until it dulls, and then you can replace the blade. No need to have someone sharpen it. My first cut was a bit slanted but after practice and getting more behind the saw it is perfect. Try a pull saw. You won't be disappointed. 5Super sharp, strong yet slightly flexible saw I bought this during a roubo bench build when I found my other saws couldn't cut deep and wide enough. This saw slices through ash, walnut, and maple with ease. I did get slightly frustrated when I went to cut one of my boards and it seemed to go very slow. Turns out the error was in my not paying attention to the fact that this saw has 2 different sides with different cutting capabilities. One is for finer slower cutting and one for really ripping through boards. 5Rip with ease As a novice woodworker I am still building up my saw nest. Needing a rip saw I found there were three real options on the market:1. Buy a high end rip saw for $125-2502. Buy a used pre WWII saw for a mere $100, which needs to be de-rusted and sharpened.3. Buy a Japanese rip saw for about a third of the above options.Guess which one I chose? I was already very impressed with my Shark crosscut saw, so I might have already been biased to the Eastern style pull-stroke sawing actions, but being a natural cheapskate, it was price that drove my decision.How does it work? Instead of baseless superlatives, let me quantify this. With my very capable crosscut saw, it took me about 10 minutes to do a with-grain cut of about 10-12" on a hardwood - after which my arm was sore, and my body shaky from the vibrations. With the Gyokucho rip face this cut took about 45 seconds, with no effort, leaving a clean cut. With a good deal more effort and time, I was also able to use the Gyokucho to resaw some hardwood. Here the shortness of the blade showed its disadvantage, but it is possible.The crosscut face is also great, as good or better than my previous Japanese style saw.My only warning is the steel is, by design thin (for a tiny kerf) and backless (for the two saw blades naturally). This means that blade can bow and flex, creating a wandering cut if you are not careful. 5
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  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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