Pax Razor Saw

pax razor saw
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Pax Razor Saw Review By: I.Ball

Manufacturer: Thomas Flinn & Co.

Tool Type: Razor Saw

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The Pax Razor Saw is manufactured by Thomas Flinn & Co. of Sheffield, England.

This saw has a super thin alloy steel blade with an especially high number of teeth which makes this a good saw for extremely fine work on small workpieces such as work carried out by model makers, toy makers, musical instrument makers.

The resulting cut from this saw is super smooth due to the high number of teeth.

The Pax Razor Saw has a small, detailed Pax etching on the saw blade.

The saw blade has a brass mirror polished spine.

pax razor saw

The length of the blade is 152mm (6"), the depth of the blade 20mm (3/4" approx.) is and it has 40tpi (teeth per inch).

The Pax Razor Saws are fiited with a Walnut handle which is finished with a brass ferrule.

This Pax saw forms part of the extensive range of Pax saws which includes the Pax Dovetail Saw, Pax Tenon Saw, Pax Hand Saw, Pax Gents Saw and a number of specialist saws such as the Pax Guitar Saw.

Usually supplied in a blister packet.

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.


Blade Length - 152mm (6")

Blade Depth - 20mm (3/4")

Teet Per Inch - 40 tpi

Manufactured Dates

2000 - Today

History / Updates

Pre-2017 - The razor saw handle was made from Rosewood.

2017-Today - The razor saw handle was made from Walnut.

Pre-2019 approx. - The razor saw was supplied in a dark blue blister packet.

2019-Today - The razor saw was supplied in a brown blister packet.

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