Portable. Safe. Functional. This innovative saw folds up flat for transport and utilizes 4 pivot points upon release to create a secure handle grip and 12 inch cutting surface. Bright green accents are easy to spot at the campsite, keeping you aware and safe. Accepts all standard 12" blades making replacement simple.
The Freescape Camp Saw features an innovative design that allows the saw to fold up flat while remaining completely assembled and without threat of lost parts. It utilizes 4 pivot points to effectively cut larger diameter wood while using the full length of the blade. When folded up, the blade is protected and can be stowed safely in a gear kit or camp bin.
BRIGHT ACCENTS FOR QUICK VISUAL ID
Its bright green accents along the black rubber surface make it easy to spot in the shuffle of camp gear. The grippy rubber Freescape textured handle stays firmly in the hand no matter the conditions. Replace the saw’s standard 12” blade easily if required.
Saw is great for a couple of uses, until you need a blade. Sure they hype the easy to find replacement blades, if there so easy to find why are they not for sale on this website?
I have looked locally to no avail. I've tried amazon and you can see many others have tried in the review sections.
So buyer beware... check locally for replacement blade options prior to purchase.
Says nothing in the directions about the part clamping onto the blade and adjustment is going to fall apart the first time you use it there by making the saw useless and it's impossible to find a part through Gerber or anybody else, completely worthless
Amazing for any activity when you carry your gear on your back.
This is great example of when you need to spend a little more. I used to have 15 bucks Woods folding saw, nice design... and that is it. Not very comfy to use, and last me 3 or 4 camp fires. So I looked for something sturdier but still packable.
I find this design the best!!! Packs small, sturdy, easy to assemble, nothing is wiggling. Feels and looks like a great product.
And one thing that I like the best - replaceable blades are available everywhere. This is something where GERBER could've make extra money, but they didn't. Thx a lot for that.
The only disadvantage for me would be difficulty to fix it in the field due to 2 different types of screws and bunch of pins.... But other saws will be impossible to fix anyways.
This is a fantastic product. You WANT a bow saw to be rigid!! I could easily cut the nights campfire wood in less than 15mins. I spent 2 weeks cutting the nightly camp fire wood with it and it still cuts great and retained it's rigidity. Anyone who has ever used a bow saw will have no issue using this. Blade are standard from a hardware store!! I went looking for a folding camp bow saw and this delivered!! It is awesome when a product so completely exceeds your expectations.
Please write at the top of the page these are standard blades, they can be purchased at any hardware store One comment asks where to find replacement blades, another laments a lack of blade options. HYPE the standard blade design
Although this saw looks pretty cool, I found it slightly useless. The teeth are so rigid it is slightly hazardous to use as the saw is constantly jumping. My and all 5 of my friends tried this out while camping and none of us could get it to work efficiently.
Great saw! Where do I find replacement blades? Not listed on your site. I also agree with other review no directions in package, was not sure how to open but figured it out after a few minutes.
This saw is an amazing piece of equipment. It has made my hunting trips more comfortable than I had intended. It would be great if there were more blade options to help with processing after the shot.
Overall, it will remain on my checklist before to heading into the woods.
Opens up a whole new world of special blades, and makes me feel secure about the longevity of my purchase, this really feels like you put the consumer ahead of short term profits from replacement blades.
Please include more detailed instructions on the packaging. Opening it for the first time was a bit nerve wracking.