Hacksaw tools are a simple frame that runs a thin, fine-toothed blade that makes accurate cuts with incredible speed. Hacksaw blades come in a variety of designs for different cutting materials and you can switch them out quickly to change from wood to metal cuts, for instance. A high tension hacksaw grips the blade firmly, so it stays straight for more faster, more precise cuts.
If you do a lot of work, as either a professional or serious DIY homeowner/hobbyist, invest in a heavy duty hacksaw. These hand saws have more durable construction and stand up to hardcore jobsite use. For flush cuts or when you need to have your hands free to climb, a compact hand hack saw fits in your pocket but still makes fast work. The only caveat is that they don't have the same cutting length as other saws, so the blades can wear faster.
Look for a saw with a comfort grip to reduce strain on your all-day cutting jobs. Some woodworking cutting tools have storage within the saw body for your extra blades. This saves you space and time from fumbling around with a storage bag or box, especially in tight spaces. A convertible saw acts as a regular saw to cut off pipes and wood pieces, but also has jab saw functionality to cut holes inside boards or drywall.
Hacksaws provide convenient cutting when you need it. These hand tools don't require batteries or cords, so they're always ready. They cut through virtually anything on the jobsite for the ultimate saw versatility. Search through our selection, compare features and determine the best hacksaw for your needs.