Silky hand wood saws made of Japanese steel

Silky Saws News;

The hand saw Silky has been operating in the outdoor tools sector for over 100 years. In this long period of time, this company has put to good use the many knowledge acquired over the years, making today some of the most performing and technologically advanced hand saws.

Made of precious Japanese steel, Silky hand saws offer an unparalleled user experience, thanks to the precious steel made in Japan Authentic Premium.

Features of Silky wood saws;

As mentioned in the previous paragraph, the brand’s saws offer unique blades of the highest quality, characterized by their extraordinary balance between strength and flexibility.

These blades also offer high wear resistance, obtained thanks to the chemical composition of the metal and the special forging process to which they are subjected. The steel used also offers a high carbon content, ideal for promoting a better grip of the wire over time by resisting wear.

Using a Silky saw, you immediately notice the exceptional softness and flexibility of the blade obtained thanks to the special Japanese steel forging process.

1) Bigboy 2000 Curve hand saw;

2) Pocketboy Curve Wood Saw;

3) Saw Silky Gomboy 270-20 Extra Fine Teeth;

Maintenance and use of a Silky saw;

Using a Silky handsaw is definitely very simple. Thanks to the exceptional quality of these blades, you can quickly cut medium-sized logs with little effort and in a predicted and fast manner.

Among the most important aspects is that of not carrying out lateral tensions and always offering a constant movement, to prevent the saw from blocking.

In order to always keep your hand saw in perfect condition, it is always good to carefully clean the blade after use. Even the resin can be easily removed, using simple olive oil to dissolve it.

In fact, olive oil allows you to easily dissolve the resin on the blade, in a more sustainable way so as to respect the environment.

Technology applied to Silky blades

There are several technological aspects in evidence that characterize these hand saws. The first aspect must clearly be sought in Japanese steel, but not only. These saws are in fact the result of years of study and technological applications that we find in the shape of the Genki handle or in the teeth of the unadjusted saw.

Furthermore, as mentioned in the previous paragraphs, the saws of this brand are characterized by their extraordinary flexibility and resistance, obtained by the special induction hardening process.

Uneven and razor sharp teeth made according to the patented “MIRAI-ME” technology which makes the saw usable in three ways: 1) transverse cut 2) longitudinal cut 3) diagonal cut.


In this short post dedicated to Silky saws, we have had the opportunity to highlight some of the most important aspects that have contributed to the success of these outdoor tools. Starting from the study of steel and the features offered by the latter, up to identifying some of the brand’s most successful models.

We have had the opportunity to highlight some of the most useful ways to keep the blades of these saws at their best, finally highlighting some of the technological aspects applied to the blades that have contributed most to success!