Lynx Tenon Saw

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Lynx Tenon Saw Review By: I.Ball

Category: New Tenon Saws

Manufacturer: Thomas Flinn & Co.

Tool Type: Tenon Saw

Tool Range: Lynx

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The Lynx tenon saw review discusses the Beech handled Lynx tenon saw made by Thomas Flinn & Co of Sheffield, England.

The Beech handled Lynx tenon saw is intended as an excellent value tenon saw and forms part of the range of Beech handled Lynx dovetail, tenon and hand saws.

The Beech handled Lynx tenon saw is made in three different blade sizes:

     - 10 inch
     - 12 inch
     - 14 inch

These tenon saws are made with crosscut teeth as standard, with rip teeth as an alternate option.

lynx tenon saw

The crosscut teeth saw is best suited to cutting across the grain of a piece of wood while the rip saw teeth are best suited to cutting along the grain of the wood.

These saws have 13 tpi (teeth per inch), with hand sharpened teeth which can be resharpened again and again for a long life.

The Lynx tenon saw has a heavy brass spine which has the multi-function of offering tension to the blade, balance, extra control and an attractive decorative look.

The saw is fitted with a steamed and stained beech handle.

The handle is secured to the blade with the use of three brass buttons.

The alloy spring steel saw blade has a Lynx etching in keeping with old tenon saws.

The Beech handled tenon saw is usually presented in a purpose made cardboard box but has also be presented in a black plastic sleeve.

Cautions / Notes

* Important: please refer to the 'disclaimer' at the foot of this review.
* Wearing safety clothing and eye protection is usually a good idea to help protect against injury.

- This tool has sharp parts, take suitable precautions when using/handling/storing the tool to prevent injury.

- Failure to loosen parts when making adjustments can result in damage to the tool. Never force a part to move.

- Overtightening parts can cause damage to the tool.


Saw Construction

lynx tenon saw

Handle: Steamed and Stained Beech

Number Of Buttons: 3

Type Of Buttons: Brass

Blade Markings:
'E Garlic & Son, Saw Makers For Over A Century, Lynx Brand, Lynx, Sheffield' along with a Lynx (wild cat) symbol


Manufactured Dates

2000 - Today



lynx tenon saw box

? - 2013 - presented in a green box with window display

2014 - 2015 - presented in a black plastic sleeve

2016 - today - presented in a brown cardboard box


- Thomas Flinn & Co.


(i) Please always refer to and follow the manufacturer's instructions / guidelines / safety notices / cautions and similar notices as the manufacturer's instructions may contain important information on safety, personal safety and the good health of your tool, something to which this review's scope does not guarantee to extend to.
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(iii) The details here are given in good faith, there is scope for error and shouldn't be fully relied upon, please be aware the details may also become out of date due to manufacturer changes to the product, please confirm any details for yourself by performing additional research from reliable sources.

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