Fair enough but that doesn’t really change the quality. However, if you need it only a few times a year as above question I guess you can’t go wrong. I just like quality stuff doesn’t matter how many times I used it.
It's 3 pieces, not 6. There is a choice of 2 packs. The design and spec is very similar to the Workzone (Aldi), and the Parkside (Lidl) sets. Example https://www.aldi.co.uk/workzone-3-piece-saw-set/p/800028380652603
Its it perfectly good when you need a hacksaw once or twice a year?
What do you expect for £7 and 6 pieces of saw? Most on here wouldn’t spend the money for something proper so they spend it on cheap deals like this complaining later what a terrible quality it is (lol)
I have the Stanley and it is a good multi saw but on heavy side. Much heavier then ordinary hacksaw. Great for tradesman.
Probably the same. Both companies are owned by Stanley Black and Decker.
Its very similar to the Stanley Fat Max https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stanley-020108-FatMax-5-in-1-Hacksaw/dp/B004AEVIJE/ref=sr_1_45?keywords=stanley+handsaw&qid=1575026627&sr=8-45 I do prefer the Dewalt. Thanks
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I enjoyed the film & though I'm not at all religious, couldn't help but be amazed at Desmond Doss' fortitude, something I imagine being beyond 99% of people's capabilities... Mel Gibson is a fairly good director IMO but this wasn't one of his best (have to also mention that the CGI was exceptionally poor though that just breaks immersion a bit and doesn't derail the thrust of the movie). I liked it because it showed a side of WW2 in the Pacific that I hadn't heard of before (bit like Postcards from Iwo Jima). Had a quick google and found this quite interesting: Hacksaw Ridge: Fact vs Fiction Gibson didn't really need to exaggerate anything (eg the height of the ridge itself); a more considered, documentary-like approach would've achieved a more visceral effect IMHO. Do wonder what Clint Eastwood, Spielberg or another Hollywood A-lister would've done in Mel's place...
Great film, loved it!
Thanks but I’m not seeing an option to buy it online?