Corona 14 in. Stainless Steel Razor Tooth Pruning Saw

(87 customer reviews)



3-Sided razor teeth for efficient cutting. Impulse hardened teeth for long service. Cushioned pistol grip handle with finger hook. For medium to large branches. Replacement blade Ace No. 7402548.
  • 3-Sided razor teeth for efficient cutting
  • Impulse hardened teeth for long service
  • Cushioned pistol grip handle with finger hook

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87 reviews for Corona 14 in. Stainless Steel Razor Tooth Pruning Saw

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  2. Gary

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice Chainsaw Alternative

    Had an old chainsaw I was trying to get to work so I could cut down a few small trees next to my house, the largest being about 10″ thick. After trying way too hard to fix it and failing, and township tree pickup fast approaching, I decided to give this saw a shot. I was extremely impressed! After trying other handsaws which bind up in live wood, I was really surprised when this saw flew through the wood effortlessly. It still took some energy on my part but it worked out much better than I expected. If you have a property with light landscaping needs, this is a must have!

  3. Granimals70

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Very Best Thing Next To A Chain Saw!

    I bought this to replace another of this same type of Corona pruning saw after many years of use ( and replacing blades). These saws are really indispensable tools to use when you need to cut limbs that are hard to reach with a chain saw; or when you are like me and cannot use a chain saw safely! I have used them many times to clean up fallen branches as well as doing necessary pruning of broken or otherwise damaged limbs from my ornamental or shade trees.

  4. Hector A Paredes

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very handy

    Very sharp and cuts branches with little effort 🤙

  5. Renee

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This works so well for cutting down pretty large limbs

    Thank you for fast shipping and high quality. It was just as described…

  6. MT Nester

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Performs well beyond expectaions.

    Got one of these based on my friend the arborist’s recommendation. I originally got the 12″ version and used it to trim a 7″ limb from our Mulberry tree. I was expecting a long drawn out chore – 50 strokes, some iced tea and a brow mop, 50 more strokes, lather rinse repeat, but it was not so. After a rediculous 10 strokes, the limb was down. These things are great. Super agressive cutting stroke on the draw.

  7. Lawrence Bennett

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great saw

    Have used these saws for years… excellent product 😎

  8. Ronald D. Street

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Corona RS 7395 Razor Tooth Prunning saw, 14″ Curved Blade

    I bought the Corona RS 7395 2 years ago, and have cut many tree limbs and small trees with it, it is a wonderful product. Coming out the the lawn service business and now retired, I still buy quality professional products, because I know they last longer, but last fall, someone wanted it more then I did, and stole it. So I bought the same one again.

  9. bwc

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Only thing is that I saw too much and a middle tooth on it ripped off LOL. Otherwise, so far so good.. easy to cut and use due to curve and double rivet strengthens the handle and the blade.

  10. Sandman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than expected

    Most of the reviews mention this brand as the best. From my experience, I can say this keeps the edge and I can saw through 2 to 3 inch trees with no problem. Great product.

  11. John P. Matthews

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Really Sharp

    Makes fast work of minor cutting jobs and OH SO EASY to get into tight spaces!

  12. Randall Jacobsen Sr.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    If you need a compact limb/sm-tree saw? This is the one.

    Like this saw when I saw it on Amazon, and after arrival, our grandson is using it like crazy doing landscaping around our homestead. In his words? It is wicked fast, and makes short work of everything he has encountered, be it hard, weathered or soft limbs, bushes, and more. Also likes the belt sheath that we ordered for it; as the cross cut teeth on this saw can be really dangerous if handled improperly.Yes, we would recommend this item without reservation along with the hard shell sheath.

  13. WD

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A Great Pruning Saw —– But Be Careful Using Since It Is Extremely Sharp !

    This is a high quality Saw that cuts thru tough Florida Vegetation, Palm Trees and Thick Tree Branches EASILY. The Saw is Razor Sharp so be very careful, since it doesn’t require much effort —– use it at a slow pace to avoid injury. Great Saw like many of Corona’s High Quality, though they are all Expensive Products ! ! If you are Not going to use it Often, I would recommend a less expensive Saw made by Corona’s Competitors ( ie : 25 % less expensive). I use my Corona Saw very frequently because Florida Plant growth is like gardening in the Brazilian Amazon !

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  14. Duffy145

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very durable, maintains sharpness

    Borrowed my neighbors and loved it so much I got my own. Used it to cut branches off even larger branch that came down in storm (each one was 3-5” thick). Sawed quickly though each branch retaining its sharpness.

  15. jimmy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Very Well

    I’ve used this Corona pruning saw fairly extensively. It cuts faster and more easily than any other of my pruning saws with the possible exception of a Bahco bow saw. But unlike the bow saw, the Corona fits in tight places, like when pruning deadwood that’s inside a hedge. The curved shape of the blade provides extra “bite” and is a good feature. The cutting action is on the pulling stroke, which is highly effective and keeps the blade from kinking. The handle is well-shaped to feel comfortable and secure. In sum, this Corona saw works very well and is recommended.

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  16. B. Clemons

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    More intuitive and handy than I expected

    This is my first pruning saw so I’m not sure how to compare with the others out there but it’s very handy and quick to use. Having always used buck saws in the past, I expected it to be awkward to saw only on the draw stroke. But it is surprisingly easy and intuitive. The price was definitely better on Amazon than at gardening supply companies. I wasn’t quite as impressed with the scabbard or the fact that I had to purchase it separately for almost as much as the saw.

  17. swp

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fast and efficient Cutting

    I have purchased five of these saws because everyone that borrows it fall in love with it. They get one as a gift so I can get mine back. Cuts median sized limbs fast and efficiently so you can cut for longer.

  18. rnldlbl

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good value and does the job easily.

    This saw and cuts fast. Been clearing shooting lanes for next years deer season with. Carrying this out with me is lots easier then dragging a chain saw out in the woods. I can stick this in my day pack …..I made a scabbard for it out of cardboard and duck tape, think redneck…..along with other stuff I need and head to the woods to do the clearing leaving my hands free to carry the pole trimmer or what ever. It is easily cuts trees up to 6 inch in diameter however, most of the stuff I cut with it is less than that. Six inches in diameter or more and it is time to lug the chain saw out there. Good value and does the job easily.

  19. leslieclarke

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Just as good as its reviews!!!

    A good size limb split on my McCoun apple tree and I ordered this saw right away. It came on time and I was able to saw off the limb without causing any damage to the tree or additional splitting. Cut through the 2 inch limb like butter for this 60 year old gardener!

  20. Carl D. Peterson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    We have an “all contents” landscape waste removal service

    Corona is a well-respected name in the USA. This is not their largest saw, but for my needs I didn’t need anything larger. We have a riverfront home in SW Michigan that has, unfortunately, had some wind damage over the most recent winter and even until recently. Big tree limbs down all over the place. We have an “all contents” landscape waste removal service, but the debris has to be substantially reduced for removal. This saw is INCREDIBLE and can reduce landscape debris easily and quickly. My (admittedly very fit) son was able to saw through up to 12″ limbs and trunks, some at weird angles. Great exercise, and in so little time. This blade cuts on the pull stroke, so don’t waste time leaning on it when pushing forward. The OEM razor tooth blades probably can’t be sharpened by any local tradesman, but the replacement blades are cheap enough so–who cares? I bought the related scabbard because the blade is so sharp as to pose a cutting hazard. And did I mention–Amazon was the least expensive source with free and 2-day shipping. A great buy at $25.00.

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  21. Brian S. Luenser

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    These saw is a game changer. In a great way.

    I bought this saw and a chain saw. If I had it to do over again, would have just bought this saw. It so easily cuts huge branches. Is just wickedly sharp and effective. It is a cutting machine. You do need to be VERY careful with it. I have cut myself like 3 times just from grabbing the sharp side. (why didn’t I learn my lesson after the first two times?) But it shows you how effective this saw is. It is now my primary tool even after cutting myself. So the punch line. Buy it! Instead of a chain saw. But be VERY careful and keep away from anyone under 30.

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  22. Shoe

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Used it to cut down broken branches from a tree after a wind storm. The saw maintains a sharp edge and the ergonomics are good. You can use just one hand if you have to. Would’ve been nice to have a sheath for storage and safety purposes, but for the price it is a good value.

  23. Bongo

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect for small branches

    This model works very well for smaller size branches. When cut properly, from bottom then top, it makes a nice even cut without cutting off excess bark, which is healthy for the tree. I like the ergonomic handle as well for comfort. I have found however the Stanley Sharktooth woodworking saws definitely make it easier for 4″ plus branches.

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  24. Gunona

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Right Tool for the Job

    This is a great saw. It’s almost magic on 2″ or smaller limbs. Larger limbs take some work but the sawdust really flies with every stroke. I’m very happy with the purchase.

  25. Jacques A. de la Bretonne

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    dependable multipurpose saw

    Dependable, multipurpose saw for grabbing weeds or sawing small limbs

  26. Fred E. Graeff

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Saw

    The only thing I find a little dismaying about this saw are the claims made by some people, swearing that they can now throw away their chainsaws now that they own one of these. It is a great saw, probably the best one for its size and price that I’ve used, but it is, after all, only a pruning saw and cannot be expected to take over the sawmill. One of these, in the appropriate size, should be in every gardener’s arsenal, especially for those tight spots where a bow saw would not be practical.

  27. Gary

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent, I have used Corona razor blades for years

    Excellent, I have used Corona razor blades for years, they are the best. These are used by professionals, and are quality made, and last a long time. After using a razor tooth pruning saw you really don’t want to go back to cheap saw blades that do cut near as well and quickly go dull.

  28. setter man

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Everyday usuage Saw

    I don’t know how I ever managed clearing ground and trimming trees without this saw. Fast , easy and very effective. From the small stuff … up to 6 inches in Diameter. It would probably would do bigger but that is the largest I have done.I keep this saw and the clippers in my truck for whenever I need them. Am very happy I got the saw…

  29. Roy W.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Sharp and effortless

    Makes short work of branches, small trees etc. Really sharp! I could do without the curved handle but sometimes it comes in handy. This is a MUST HAVE!

  30. Jamareo C.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great and sharp tool that does any job your willing to do .

    Works very good done big tree branches so little ones are no issue. Ideal for palm trees Fran’s.

  31. JWG

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Saw

    This is a very sharp saw with just the right amount of curvature to make cutting close to effortless. It is not necessary to press down – just lightly pull and it will cut beautifully as it was designed to do.

  32. Locomo

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best saw I have used so far..

    This is the best small pruning saw I have ever used. It will make quick work of any job and I have also used it to buck up small trees I have found over hiking trails. The only problem with it is you cannot resharpen it when it dulls but I have used one several years before I had to think about replacing it. This is a good purchase if you need a good lighweight saw, very sharp.

  33. jeffincville

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is a really great product and my trail maintenance needs have tested its …

    This saw was introduced to me by colleagues who taught me about trail maintenance. I now maintain a section of the A.T. in Shenandoah National Park, it is the one instrument I never fail to take with me. This is a really great product and my trail maintenance needs have tested its capabilities – it has come through with flying colors. Whenever I am on a trail maintenance outing with others, everyone wants to use this saw.

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  34. Charming

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    14″ Corona curved-blade saw

    I like this saw a lot. Its 14″ size is about right and handy to handle. Yes, it is kind of razor-sharp. I cut several tree branchesranging to 5″ diameter with ease and high efficiency. In all, it is a good tool at a low price. Don’t be fooled by this price. It reallyworks out to expectation.I am thinking of using it for another home improvement work. My confidence remains.

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  35. Jack

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great saw- chuck all your bow saws

    I bought this saw for a specific purpose- to limb a particular tree for felling while climbing in said tree. I’m too old for climbing trees, let alone swinging my chainsaw around up there, so on the recommendation of a friend, I purchased this unit.Now I’m a trimming monster- I use this for many tasks for which I would normally go get the big saw. It runs through 4″ limbs in about 20 seconds, & you don’t have to ‘push’ it. The curved blade bites in on the draw stroke, visually deepening the cut with each stroke- it’s very satisfying to see a tool work this well. Undercuts a limb well due to the ‘bite in’ action, so you don’t have to push *up* when hanging onto the aforementioned tree.I threw my bow saws in the woods.

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  36. Ronald Owens

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Razor saw

    Love it great saw. works great.

  37. NLTLG

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is the saw to buy

    I know all you bush crafters want folding saws because of the weight but I have bad arthritis and I cant work my fingers 60 -70 -80 cut times they cramp up and lock up on me 20 minuets after. so I bought this 14 inch saw and it cuts thru my 3″ round Camp Fire Kindling in 5 saw cuts. maybe I could even make mine or my families emergency shelter faster with it ….(HINT) p.s. buy the made for hard plastic sheath that goes with this model. to me — there’s roughing it, there’s camping, there’s backpacking, and there’s SURVIVING. as in hey the powers been off in the city for weeks and my family needs a strong shelter and lots of extra firewood to keep warm and cook, our foods but my tiny folding saw is warped from backpacking use… (HINT)

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  38. Donald Steele

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good and cheap

    Cuts fast, even cutting up from below.

  39. Drewski

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    good tool for cutting tree branches

    lightweight, sharp as hell. watch your fingers, this thing can cut them off in one or two swipes. leather gloves help.

  40. Nelson Claros

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent little saw

    Only used this 5 or 6 times but I love this saw. Writing this review today after I used it for tree work and I couldn’t have asked for a better tool.

  41. Mark W.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Like a hot knife through butter

    I already had a heads up on this product. My brother bought one for me some years ago. Many, MANY oak trees to limb. After dropping a forest, the handle crumbled and my dad’s worker put another one on. After dropping ANOTHER forest, the blade was finally worn out.

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  42. Anne Coman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works like a dream!

    This was purchased as a gift to a 75 year old man. He loves its ease of use. Especially as he is not as strong as he used to be.

  43. Jake

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Saw It. Bought It. Sawed With It. Love It.

    This is easily the best one-handed saw I’ve ever owned. I have plenty of trees and bushes on my property. I know that every year, I am going to have plenty of tree trunks and limbs to cut (either getting rid of buckthorn, removing saplings I missed the year before, or dealing with storm dropped limbs). To be clear, I am not felling any significantly sizeable trees so I wasn’t looking for any large, motorized, or overly expensive tools for this purchase. I did my research and decided to take a shot with this saw.It is crazy sharp, ergonomic, and efficient. Pardon the pop culture reference but it is like having a light saber when it comes to green wood limbs under 2″ in diameter. If it is larger than that, it is more like having a tiny chain saw since it takes a few more seconds to finish the cut.I HIGHLY recommend getting the plastic sheath for this. It is a seriously – even dangerously – aggressively sharp implement of vegetative destruction. So awesome for what it is.I also bought the sharpening tool for this but after weeks of use, I haven’t used it yet. I’m sure I will need to touch the steel up sooner or later though. Once you’ve experienced this thing at its sharpest you get a bit addicted to it. I wouldn’t want to let this get too dull and lessen my enjoyment. Turns what many see as a yard work chore to be dreaded into a far simpler and pleasing task.

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  44. Brett

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent saw. Cuts palms like butter.

    Excellent saw. Cuts palms like butter. Very happy.

  45. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    … of different cutting tools and this one is a good of value as you can find anywhere

    I have used a lot of different cutting tools and this one is a good of value as you can find anywhere. It is extremely sharp and aggressive yet because it cuts on the pull stroke it never hangs up. It cuts through green stuff better than dry, dead debris but so would anything. When this ting finally gives out I will definitely be buying another one

  46. BLS

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Saves my a lot of time. It keeps me from having to haul my chainsaw around then trail making or limbing. I highly recommend this product.

  47. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s a great littl saw!

    I already have two of the saws and bought this one for a grandson. The saw is sharp, and it’s easy to use.

  48. CatLuvvur80

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Tree saw does a good job

    I like this little tree limb saw and it’s really sharp. Also the cardboard sheath it comes in protects it well and if you keep it in a dry place it will last a long time, instead of paying money for the actual sheath that you can buy for it. I have a tool box that I keep my pruning tools in and it keeps them in good shape when not being used. This saw will cut a fairly good sized limb; I use it when I need to trim one bigger than the lopers will cut.

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  49. Yvonne Jackson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works Very Well

    I got tired of struggling with tools that were not designed for pruning my fruit and nut trees. This saw works much better for my purposes. It easily fits well into most tight places, maneuvers easily and leaves a good clean cut that heals nicely. I’ve used it now for a couple of years and it appears that with a little care it should last for some time. to come.

  50. cat pet

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love this hand saw.

    This is my absolute favourite saw brand. I use every size for my gardening needs.

  51. S. Brown

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    My buddies (men) showed me the best way, and since then we have all enjoyed …

    Im a woman who LOVES to cut down wood while camping. My buddies (men) showed me the best way, and since then we have all enjoyed competing against each other. I got this bad boy and brought it to camp. Kicked the guys’s butt, and allowed them to use it. The guys loved it and said it cut like a hot knife in butter.It feels good to the hand, strong, and the teeth are razor sharp/strong. Buy it. You wont regret it. A buddy of mine recently got one with a sheath. Buy that too. Im buying mine now!

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  52. Retrospect

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Exceeded my expectations

    I bought this saw based on the reviews. I’m no landscaper, but needed something to be able to cut tree branches back. I have to say, this saw greatly exceeded my expectations! It cut through 5″ diameter branches with very little effort. (After cutting branches off, I didn’t even mind making the extra cuts into smaller pieces in order to fit in the yard waste bin.)Very happy with my purchase and highly recommend this saw.

  53. Steve Wright

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great handsaw for small and large projects !

    After using this model during Lake Cleanup, I immediately ordered one from big A. I was able to cut a large tree trunk that had fallen into the water, in a short period of time. This saw is not a toy or for children. This is a serious saw used by most pruners and tree pros. It is great to have along with a Stihl Chainsaw to cut smaller branches/trees in tight places, especially overhead. You will not believe how well it works. Cuts on the back stroke. If you are a serious woodsman, get this. I carry mine in the trunk of my car.

  54. Reed

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great product for the price

    This is the best saw for the price.

  55. SL

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best pruning saw I’ve ever used!

    Until now I had been using my grandmothers folding “tried and true” folding pruning saw. The Razor tooth saw cuts as you pull back. This makes it much easier for this 62 year old lady and takes much less exertion. You start sawing and before you know it the limb is off and your not even breaking a sweat! Get this saw, you won’t be disappointed !

  56. Cookingmom

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Gosh I wish that I would have had this saw a long time ago.

    This saw is awesome!!! I do a lot of gardening; and for my fall pruning and trimming, this saw made the jobs so much more pleasant. This thing powers through limbs, yet it is a nice size (not large) for getting in tighter spaces. Cuts on the pullstroke which took me a little bit to get used to. You can really deliver a nice, smooth cut with this, and with less effort . I love it!!!!!

  57. IssacIssac

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Sharp. goes through the limbs pretty fast. Make sure hands are clear on other side – pretty sure it bounced off the bone.

  58. J. Sherwood

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Christmas Tree Killer

    All I can say is FANTASTIC!. This made short order of 3 Christmas trees. My brother was using the old bow saw, and this Corona Clipper 14 inch saw was really made well. It is light weight, strong, super sharp. I will never cut a Christmas Tree with anything other than this.. (Ok maybe a chainsaw) Where has this been for the last 20 years. I highly recommend this saw to anyone. No project to small or big for this. FANTASTICOnly downside: No blade cover. Once you pull it out of the cardboard cover you don’t have a real good way to store it safe.

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  59. Melissa Fisher

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Several year later, still amazing

    Have had this for several years and it still cuts amazingly. It has been so useful and easy to use. You can watch videos of people using saws like this and it works just like those videos show. Definitely recommend.

  60. Lotsakids

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Lives up to its good reviews!

    Oh man, this is a nice pruning saw. The only problem is the extreme likelihood that you will get carried away having so much fun cutting branches that you may not have any trees left on your property…Its comfortable, tough, sharp, good length. It is a pull saw, but that only makes it perform better. Good job Corona.

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  61. Shelly

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    sharp sharp. it cuts fast.

  62. Debbie

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Quick cutting and good in tight areas

    Love this saw! I have a small orchard that I manage by myself. I’ve bought a number of saws in the past, but I really needed one that could fit into tight spots. I also enjoyed the idea of a saw that didn’t take forever to get through branches greater than 2″. This saw does work well in tight areas, the curve to the blade helps make and keep it in the cutting groove, and I can cut through 2-“-4” branches (my usual targets) in just a few minutes at most. I’m very pleased with this saw, and it’s now my favorite for any pruning that I need a saw for.

  63. Philip S. Redmon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Saw !,

    Owned one before and they’re great saws, cuts on push and pull !

  64. Jimmy B

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Will last a lifetime

    I only just recently replaced this saw after over 10 years of use. It was my primary climbing saw for 3 years, and then I started using it for ground pruning for another 3. After that, it served more of a hacksaw / machete purpose.There are cheaper saws, but I promise you they will not outlast a Corona. I highly recommend this saw

  65. Daniela

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent saw

    I’ve has this saw for almost 10 years. I use it to cut branches and small trees in my yard. I always store it in the leather scabbard. It’s still in excellent condition. I highly recommend this saw.

  66. Peter

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent saw!

    Excellent saw that both my wife and I use without any problem.

  67. Ricardo S.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great item

    Excellent tool

  68. AD

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Much better than a cheapo saw

    Wow, this is soooo much better than the cheapo saw I bought last year and broke the handle of. The Corona cuts through branches and smaller trunks like butter. It’s very well built with quality materials. The longer handle is convenient if I want to use two hands, but works great one-handed, as well. Most importantly, it’s safer to use than the one I broke and feel like this will last many years. I honestly can’t see this breaking on me anytime soon. Very happy with this saw. Definitely worth the extra $10 or so. I’ll never get a cheapo saw again.

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  69. J R.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Nice and sharp!

    Works great for cutting logs on the trails! It’s got very sharp teeth, though. Be careful.

  70. NA

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Saw

    I wanted a saw that I could strap on the side of my backpack for dirt biking. This was one of the first ones that I saw, had great reviews, and had the availability of a sheath for it: 

    Corona AC 7400 Plastic Scabbard, 15-Inch

     When it got here, it strapped up to my pack very nicely, and when all said and done was fairly nice and compact. Last year we were out, and there was a 18 inch diameter aspen across the trail. Took about ten minutes with this saw to cut through. Needless to say, I am very impressed with it.

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  71. Robert Ositis

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Saw…Highly recommended!!!

    Purchased this as a gift for my mother. I didn’t feel comfortable with her using the chainsaw but I had to give her an alternative before she’d leave it alone. This little guy works like a champ. Cuts through branches like butter. It’s not so large that it’s cumbersome, but not so small that it gets delighted to the light jobs. If you’re looking for a pruning saw, I highly recommend this one. It’s not designed for cutting down large trees, but I have cut several limbs the diameter of my wrist and even some slightly larger without problem.The primary reason I chose this saw over the others was the review and I must say they were dead on. Not only would I recommend to a friend, I plan on purchasing a couple as gifts for my neighbors. Very nice product

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  72. Kimberly

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Handy and Reliable

    Love this pruning saw! Used it almost daily since I purchased it and it does a nice cutting job. Recently pruned my small apple orchard which I had let go for years and now !my trees look great.

  73. PuffPuffPappy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Thank God I bought this saw.

    I had several years of small sucker trees to cut down and reclaim my yard. I needed a tool that would do the work for me and this one saved the day. The ergonomic shape makes it so easy to pull through the wood and I was amazed at how fast it would chop those suckers down. This old dude is very happy with this purchase💯

  74. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great pack saw

    Use it for trimming shooting lanes or for limbs off tree for deer stand

  75. pba

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Top quality

    I have owned a Corona before and that is why I bought another. They are the best. Very sharp. My last one lasted 14 years. Top qualty.

  76. Terence Wynne

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy to Use

    Tool is easy to use. I found the wide channel it cut very helpful, as it greatly reduced potential binding issues. It was also easy to maneuver the blade around the back side of a trunk, even under sub-optimal conditions. Oh, and it cut really, really well.

  77. Tom L.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A good pruning saw.

    A good pruning saw. I am mainly using it to cut back and prune Texas “Cedars”. I think my arms will give out before the saw does. A sheath would be nice, but I am still using the hard cardboard that it came in to store it. So far I am very happy and I’ve given it some pretty hard usage.

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    Rick P

    This has been my go-to pruning saw for awhile now. I do pruning and landscaping work on a part-time professional basis. The Corona way outperforms awkward bow saws, and it has faster cutting action than the other pruning saws I’ve tried. Just avoid cutting yourself with it, and you’ll love it. Cutting any wood up to 5 inches or so is possible, though you’ll have to be patient with really thick, hard wood. WD-40, silicon, or other lubricant on the blade helps. Here’s my only complaint. The blade does get dull, and it’s not easy to sharpen as a do-it-yourself task. Is it really worth having someone do it when a new saw costs twenty-some dollars? I simply replace the saw every 2 years now, and its a business expense. Now you can buy a new blade, since it’s attached to the handle with screws. But the blade costs essentially as much as the saw, at best a dollar less. So I’d rather just give my old saw away to someone who’s less fussy about super sharpness. It still beats whatever hand saw they have in most cases. Mentioning the screws made me think of one other thing. Make sure they don’t come loose and fall out. Either check them now and then, or tape the handle to make sure they stay put. The main point here is this is a great little saw for when you need a hand saw for trimming. and it makes cleaner and better controlled cuts than a power saw.

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    Just received the Corona 14″ pruning saw (#7395) and couldn’t wait to give it a trial run.I have a sourwood that was taken down by a falling oak from a recent storm, and decided to see how this saw performed.The sections I cut were all about 4 to 5 inches in diameter, maybe slightly over in a couple of spots. Some required a cut on the opposite side in order to relieve the saw getting pinched, but this was easily accomplished and the the Corona performed exceptionally well.The only place where a different tool, (small hand pruner), would have been preferable was on the small leaf bearing branches that were too small and flimsy for effective cutting with this tool, even though it accomplished the task. But that was not why I purchased it…I bought it to cut limbs from roughly an inch to five or six inches in diameter. Anything more than that is gravy.I hemmed and hawed about buying a Silky saw from the many available here on amazon, but didn’t know if the occasional use justified the expense, so I figured I’d start out with a good quality but much less expensive saw like the Corona and pick up a Silky saw down the road. I’m glad I did.Save the packaging unless you invest in or already have a scabbard. I plan on using mine on my property, so it’s good enough for storage in my garage.Highly recommended.

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    I have used this saw and brand for many years. Be careful, they are sharp and work well.

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    Blue Eyes

    This Corona Razor-tooth saw is absolutely the best hand saw I have ever used. I am so very pleased that it continues to be available from at a reasonable price and with rapid shipping, as it can no longer be found locally in my area at either Home Depot or Lowe’s, where I originally discovered it. This has been my favorite tool for cutting and trimming trees, limbs, logs, shrubs, etc. for at least 20 years or more, and I have owned many of them. Currently I have four on hand, two new and two that I still use which work very well. My property consists of about five acres of trees of all kinds, oak of several types, maples, hickory, dogwoods, pine, sourwood, gum trees, etc. And I have used it many times to help friends with work on their properties. Although I’m now 73, I have no difficult cutting down medium to small trees with this saw and large dead logs and smaller stumps. In fact, this saw cuts so well that I prefer it to my chain saw except for larger trees, because it’s so lightweight and easy to use. Plus, I like the physical exercise and enjoy the peaceful quiet without the loud roar of the chain saw. Also I have a Corona pole saw with handle extendable to 14 feet in length with the same razor-tooth blade, which is great for reaching high limbs. Usually I take no special care to maintain the Corona saws and they last for years. The red handle makes it easier to find if left behind in the woods or inadvertently dumped with an armload of cut branches. If there’s a better lightweight hand saw available anywhere I’d like to know about it. In fact, this one would be very hard to beat. I heartily recommend it

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    Very nice saw with a sharp blade.

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    lisa kinderman

    I’m 4’11 and a 62 year old woman. I bought this to trim a huge tree off my garage and it was like cutting butter. Some of the branches were 6 to 8 inches. I’m in love with this saw and I’m buying another as gift for my cousin.

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    SciFi-Kaiju-Guy @ TeePublic

    I picked this pruning saw up last summer and now after a few seasons’ use I feel I can give a fair, accurate review of its performance. I had an old trimming saw (heavy steel blade, wooden handle) that was originally my grandfather’s. It’s a neat keepsake but took too long and required too much elbow grease to perform even simple jobs. This little Corona saw, by comparison, is easily half the weight and has seemingly 10 times the cutting ability! It zips through branches like nothing. I have dropped dozens of 1-3″ thick limbs off of pines, maple and birch trees around my property whose branches hung down far enough that I had to lift them of the way every time I mowed. A pain! This little tool was just the ticket for fast, simple clean-up of those pesky low-hangers. Aggressive blade makes short work of living wood. Haven’t used it on any dead branches, so I cannot say how well it works on those. Plastic handle fits hand well. Textured, non-slip grip inspires confidence during use; hole thru butt-end of handle makes hanging up on a hook or nail a breeze. Post-trim saw clean up is simple & easy. (Just be careful you don’t shred your hands or fingers!) I expect to get many, many years worth of use from this great little saw. Very satisfied. 5 STARS

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    Cuts like a champ! Fit perfectly into the handle. If you need to trim som branches, this is the saw you want!

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    Kindle Customer

    I paid a professional arborist to come a cut down a few dead trees recently. I was amazed by his hand saw that he used to cut branches out of his way. He used it like a machete. One swipe and the branch was gone. He said that it was a Japanese saw made by Silky. My research showed Silky saws to be great – but also pricey and out of my budget. More research showed that the Corona brand is much more cost effective and a good quality. Additional research showed that this saw is a professional model.When the saw arrived I was impressed by how sharp it is. So sharp I cut myself a few times. I am glad that I ordered the leather scabbard to go with it. While the plastic scabbard is cheaper, I did not like the reviews that talked about the poor quality of the plastic scabbard. I used Bear Grease to soften and protect the leather. Do not use a vegetable oil on the leather. The acidity will rust the tool. A little WD-40 cleans off the blade from tree sap residue. A little motor oil after each use keeps the metal from rusting.I used to use a carpenters hand saw to prune my trees. They did the job with a lot of effort. This saw is perfectly shaped and designed for cutting branches. The curve of the blade helps to hold the saw in place so that it does not jump around like a carpenters hand saw. The handle is also just the right shape. The blade is a heavy gauge metal. It resists bending while cutting very well. I am very happy with my purchase.

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    This product works well, as an arborist I’ve used it quite a bit. I did upgrade to another silky brand saw for work but I bought this corona as a personal. I would give this a 5 star recommendation for the company who shipped it but they sent me the wrong product which made the scabbard for it I also ordered from the same company worthless. The shipping was quick, still receiving the wrong product has left me disappointed. I didnt want a folding saw for various different reasons. Now, when they reach out to me, which I hope is soon I have to go through the process of sending it back which I do not look forward to doing. Again the product itself is solid as I had used this model for 8 years. Update- company reached out to me and sent a replacement with a return label, they were prompt and want to fix the mistake. Which is all anyone can ask. So I’m changing the rating I previously gave them.

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