Pat writes: “I bought the Nicholson 4-In-1 Pro Series hacksaw for my father after his old hacksaw gave out, and he has been pleased. I decided to pick one up for myself as well and have found it to be a quality product so far. It’s one of the more solid hacksaws I’ve seen. I’m pretty sure you could even use it to pry in a pinch.”
In my opinion, everyone should own at least one good hacksaw and at least one crappy cheap one. Why a crappy cheap one, too? Because most people don’t know how to use a hacksaw, and when they come over to your shop they’re likely to grab your nice one and jack it up good.
My “good” hacksaw doesn’t look near as sturdily-built as this one. It adjusts up to 12″ and features a tough-but-comfortable-looking andle on each end. I think I’ll check it out the next time I’m in the store. Thanks, Pat!
Street pricing starts around $30.