Yeoman Bow Saw 21in Reviews
Product Type: Yeoman garden tools
Newest Review: ... for situations where you don't want to risk getting a chainsaw out, or up a ladder into a tree. Now Yeoman have really ... more
Customer Yeoman Bow Saw 21in Reviews (3)
by - written on 13/08/11, updated on 29/04/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
When your secateurs have fallen apart, and your loppers just can't quite get round that branch that you want to cut off, then you go out and grab the 'big guns', and this Yeoman Bow Saw is the biggest gun of them all, and there is very little that will stop this saw going through it. Yeoman produce a range of saws for use in the garden to cut off quite thick and large branches etc from trees and bushes. So about 4 months ago, I decided that my ordinary garage wood saw wasn't really quite up to the job of pruning my trees. Hence, doing a little research on the web I came across the idea of a Bow Saw, saw a few versions on Amazon, and decided that this 21" ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
When it comes to gardening a lot of people hire hands for major projects, such as cutting back/down trees and hedges. I prefer to undertake the tasks which I can do, managing my large conifers on a regular basis. Once a year I go about tackling the unenviable job of cutting around a dozen conifers down to size which seperate mine and my neighbours' gardens. A lot of the work can be carried out using shears, but particularly on the top the branches can be quite thick and brittle. The 21" Yeoman Bow Saw is perfect for use on jobs of all scales, and available for around the £12 mark online they are simple to purchase and will come in very handy for tasks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/11, updated on 16/02/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
I have three bow saws and this is the best of the three - it was also the most expensive and replacement blades are also quite expensive. I used to live on the edge of a forest and after harvesting, there was always lots of spare wood and off cuts lying round on the forest floor. It was common practice for locals to help themselves to this wood, left behind by the contractors as being unsuitable and not cost effective to take to the sawmill. It helped them to have this removed as in due course the felled area would be replanted. Because the wood was largely conifer varieties, you got two types of wood - thinnings and branches which were lopped off ... Read the complete review
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