Coghlans Sierra Saw

Priced: $9.99 - $37.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 8 reviews.
Coghlans Sierra Saw -

The Sierra Saw from Coghlan's features a tempered flexible steel blade and cuts smooth and clean. Other features include a locking blade and unbreakable handle. Dimensions: 12.99'' x 5.25'' x 1.2''. Color: Brown/Silver or Black. Made in USA

Manufacturer model #: 8400.


  • Handle length 9"


  • cuts smooth and clean
  • Unbreakable handle
  • Wt. 5.5 oz 156 g
  • Resists rusting
  • Blade lenght 7"
  • Weighs only 5 1/2oz 155g
  • Hard chrome plated
  • Weighs 5 1/2 oz
  • Tempered flexible steel blade
  • Plastic Steel
  • Blade locks open
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Blade Length:21” (53.3 cm)
Blade Material:anodized aluminum
Size:Length Closed 9.5 in (24 cm); Blade length 7 in (17.75 cm); Overall length 16 in (40.6 cm)
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Coghlans Sierra Saw Reviews:


Tried and True

I've used these saws for years for cutting firewood, cutting trail, cutting bone on game animals, light carpentry, pruning around the yard, etc. They are awesome. Sharp, lightweight. Can carry in pants cargo pocket or side pocket. Cons include that they dont last forever and are esentially disposable so get a replacement blade or 2. They only cut on the pull stroke and if they bind on the push stroke the blade can bend or break. They will cut the [*] out of you if you are not careful.Cons not withstanding this is the best little saw for the $.
JD at Campmor on 03/03/2011

Surprisingly effective tool

• Used for gathering firewood, clearing campsite
• Takes care of vines and brambles as easily as pruning shears
• Cuts soft wood (i.e. pine) easily; hardwood requires more elbow grease
• Handles thicker logs/branches than expected, but get the larger size for anything over 5" diameter
• Light and compact, but too big for backpacking
• Blade locks firmly when extended but not when folded, so could damage items it is packed with if not secured w/ rubber band or string
Wojay at Campmor on 11/11/2010

such long teeth you have!

When I opened the saw, it surprised me that the teeth were so big. I used this for a home-project - shortening a wooden rod, and it cut fast, but not very pretty, and it was a bit hard to get the groove started in one place.
Great for camping and the odd branch, if it doesn't have to be pretty, but I do not recommend it for neat, smooth cuts (like in tree-pruning or home projects.)
newyorkeuropean at Campmor on 10/10/2012

Good for light work

I used it for sawing some firewood to test it out and it held up pretty well. I would suggest it for light camping or garden use. If your next saw purchase is something you're going to be using a lot, a bow saw may provide better comfort and reliability.
Jim in the forest at Campmor on 07/07/2012

Folding saw

Got this as a pack stuffer gift. I've owned these saws for years. Even though the handle is plastic, it is tough. The blade cuts through 2" - 4" branches with surprising ease.
dherberg at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Works, but not for long

It is great for a cheap saw, at first it will do its job much better than a hatchet would. But after several cuts the blade becomes weak and dull.
twhitener at Campmor on 02/02/2011

Best folding saw I have ever found

I first met this product on an Alaskan moose hunt in 1982. I have never been without one since.
SC1PER at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Very good lightweight saw

Very useful
kwilsonathiker at Campmor on 10/10/2011