Wes said:I don't see how you could go wrong at that price Frank. It looks like it even has the newer style "tri-cut" type blade, I've found that they do cut a little faster than older style pruning saw blades.
picked it up from the sears "home store" or whatever. It's a small store with tools, appliances and a few other things. Two clerks. They closed the main store in Adrian last year. I refuse to go into the sears in Ann Arbor. It's the same distance to drive (15-20 miles), but I dislike the traffic in a2.
Sears is in bad shape. I like their idea of a mini store. I hope it helps them turn things around.
back to the saw. Nice, feels good in the hand. only guaranteed for one year, that's ok. i am not going to use mine right away. it just feels good to have a new unused saw in the garage:)