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Bahco EXRL Bahco Ergo Handsaw System Right Handed Handle

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Bahco EXRL Bahco Ergo Handsaw System Right Handed Handle
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ITS Order Reference: BAHEXRL
£17.99 ex VAT (£21.59 inc VAT)
In Stock Order within 11 Hours and 45 Minutes for earliest standard delivery on: Wednesday, 26th of October
Model No: EXRL
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Product Description

Model Number: EXRL

Barcode: 7311518298487

Bahco EXRL
> The Bahco Ergo Handsaw Sytem incorporates the most advanced and comfortable Bahco ERGO handle ever and a range of interchangeable Bahco Superior blades, this truly flexible system combines maximum versatility with superior sawing performance!
This Bahco EXRL right handed asymmetrical handle's design eliminates pressure points and stops the hand sliding on the handle. Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) for optimum friction and a warm feel. The angle and position of the EXRL handle in relation to the blade teeth reduces sawing forces and increases efficiency.



This product comes with a standard one year warranty covering manufacturing fault. For more information on this product's specific warranty details please contact us directly on Email: or Phone: 0208 532 5000 (8am-5pm Monday to Saturday) with the ITS Order Ref (above) or the Product Title


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  1. geoffrey jay jackson-hicks United Kingdom
    23 April 2013
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    "Very happy with this product. I got this in combination with the Bahco Ergo Mix Blade Pack: Ergo 244 Blade Ergo 16" General Blade Ergo 14" Tenon Blade The blades themselves are exactly what you would come to expect from bahco. Very sharp and high quality. The locking mechanism feels solid throughout and once in place the blades don't move at all. The only negative I can think of comes with the tenon saw. Like all the other blades the tenon is secure in the handle, but the "brass back" does not extend all the way through into the handle. Because of this it does not feel as solid as a regular tenon saw. I believe that individually the blades are slightly cheaper than buying a new (equal quality) disposable saw. Even if they're not, just consider it the "extra comfort tax" you get from using the ergo handle."