Carl Kammerling International, the hand tools and security product people, have upgraded their C.K tools Sabretooth Saw.
The new and improved model now has an improved soft grip handle, ergonomically designed to provide superior handling and maximum comfort in use. Because tradesmen tend to lower their index finger towards the centre of the blade, the soft griup area has been increased to accommodate this.
The multipurpose 22 inch saw still has a triple edge, diamond ground, hard point, rigid 1mm blade and is available as a first fix version with seven teeth per inch and a second fix with 11 teeth per inch for finer jobs.
The improved handle is accompanied by a modified blade profile, which, along with its cutting ability, now features an angled nose providing easier access to tight corners.
Nicki Elkin, brand manager, C.K tools says: “Carl Kammerling continuously look to
develop the product range for the benefit of the end-user. We work closely with a dedicated focus group of tradesmen to ascertain their day-to-day professional needs and use this invaluable feedback to improve our offering.
“By involving end-users in this way we are able to improve upon our market leading products, which increases demand and in turn profits for our stockists.”