Sometimes a hacksaw just won’t cut it — it can be too large to fit into small spaces. For confined spaces you could use a blade holder with a naked hacksaw blade, but it’s difficult to keep the unsupported blade from bending. To solve this problem, Headway Innovations designed the Boa Versa Saw. The Versa Saw incorporates into the handle a spring-loaded sliding frame that supports the hacksaw blade close to the cut.
The Versa Saw accepts any 10″ or 12″ hacksaw blade, and you can get it with a plastic or an aluminum frame.
Look to spend about $14 on the plastic version of the Boa Versa Saw. The aluminum version is twice the price at $28, but if you use this tool a lot the extra durability might be worth the price difference.