Challenge Set of 2 Saws (Was £14.99) Now £4.99 at Argos
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Challenge Set of 2 Saws (Was £14.99) Now £4.99 at Argos

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Found 9th Jul 2011
* Ideal for for wood cutting (fine cut and heavy duty cut).
* Soft grip provides comfort use.
* Size: H60, W15.5, D3.5cm.
* Weight 0.95kg.
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thanks just reserved these
Now thats what I call a price cut, this is a soar-ring deal,get it?
Original RRP £14.99 for 'Challenge' Hand Saws!!!! Yeah right! These things are total crap. Buy crap, pay twice. You'll regret it.
if you are using for home diy only still buy branded e.g stanley, bacho, irvin, spear jackson, you wont ever need to replace them about £8 from good diy shop. You will save your energy.
I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent saw
The people that say they're crap, have you actually tried them?

I've got a couple of Challenge saws in the shed. I haven't needed to use them much but when I have they've done the job fine.

Voted hot.
Mikey1610

The people that say they're crap, have you actually tried them?I've got a … The people that say they're crap, have you actually tried them?I've got a couple of Challenge saws in the shed. I haven't needed to use them much but when I have they've done the job fine.Voted hot.



Yes i have used them for sawing trees

Got through a few thick branches & then they were blunt

You are honestly better off buying Stanley ones, A bit more expensive but you are paying for better quality (Saws still going strong a year & 1/2 later)
chillbill

if you are using for home diy only still buy branded e.g stanley, bacho, … if you are using for home diy only still buy branded e.g stanley, bacho, irvin, spear jackson, you wont ever need to replace them about £8 from good diy shop. You will save your energy.



Himindoors

I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent … I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent saw



Himindoors

I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent … I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent saw



Agree

BACHO is better. Used stanley for years, but these days not as good as they used to be.

However for occassional use, under 5 for two is not bad either.
chillbill

if you are using for home diy only still buy branded e.g stanley, bacho, … if you are using for home diy only still buy branded e.g stanley, bacho, irvin, spear jackson, you wont ever need to replace them about £8 from good diy shop. You will save your energy.

Himindoors

I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent … I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent saw

Himindoors

I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent … I agree with chillbill and blasphemous,pay a few quid more for a decent saw



agree not for more than once in a blue moon but then , why buy 2 go to Band q/ wicks and get one of thier ob ones which willl be better and less

was £14,99 think there debenhams now do they!
get 2 decent ones for that
Edited by: "highland2010" 9th Jul 2011
managed to remove the top of my thumb with one of these..lol
they dont last long thats for sure(the saws im mean not my thumb)

Edited by: "justabout72" 9th Jul 2011
Blasphemous

Original RRP £14.99 for 'Challenge' Hand Saws!!!! Yeah right! These … Original RRP £14.99 for 'Challenge' Hand Saws!!!! Yeah right! These things are total crap. Buy crap, pay twice. You'll regret it.



totally agree..argos own brand of cheap tat.not worth a penny
Be a challenge using them
highland2010

[quote=zzz999]think there debenhams now do they!



There = it is over there
Their = it is their saw
They're = think they're debenhams now do they

I can’t comment on these saws because I’ve never used them but the following might be of some use to someone.

I’ve had a Sandvik 245 saw for about 12 years. It’s had quite a bit of use including the odd mishap where the teeth have come into contact with metal. Despite this it is still sharp and good to use. It appears that Sandvik saws are now sold under the Bahco brand and a very similar saw to mine is sold in B&Q for £9.48


Edited by: "xigent" 9th Jul 2011
crx16

Be a challenge using them



Be a challange to cut in a strait line too, buy a branded saw - coat it with a layer of wax from a candle and your in business!
Edited by: "mcfly666" 10th Jul 2011
i have had challenge items before and dont rate them.

good price though, but surely not that high a RRP to start with.

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