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Arborists having discovered the Sugoi will make the conscious decision of leaving their chainsaw on the ground more often. Why carrying a heavy chainsaw if the job can be done just as fast and just as easy with this aggressive and powerful pull saw?

You work safer and more efficient with the Sugoi. Your reach is longer and that makes it easy to cut those extra couple branches. With the sharp sickle at the edge of the blade you can quickly cut smaller twigs and ivy. Moreover, the sickle helps the blade to stay in the kerf, giving you more control while sawing.

The ‘big’ tasks, such as the removal of trees is no problem for the Sugoi. The perfectly curved blade is made of a special metal alloy that makes the blade strong but flexible. The Sugoi saws quickly and without vibrations through the wood and leaves behind a smooth tree cut that will easily be overgrown.


The comfortable rubber-molded handle absorbs vibrations and offers lots of grip, even when wearing gloves and under wet and cold conditions. The D-ring in the handle gives you the option to secure the saw extra. The yellow scabbard is well visible and can be attached to your harness or to your leg with the provided leg straps.


Sugoi literally means ‘exceptionally good’. Because of its aggressive teeth and orange stripes on the handle, arborists have given this saw the name ‘Tree tiger’. 


SKU: 390-36
    • High-alloy steel
    • Blade length: 360 mm
    • Teeth: 6.5 teeth per 30 mm
    • Dimensions: 570 x 165 x 45 mm
    • Weight: 650 g
    • Kerf: 1.7 mm
    • Radius: 650
    • Chrome Finish
    • Fileable
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
    • Mirai-Me
    • Non-set Teeth
    • Gom Rubber

    • Silky Technology
  • The blade must be kept clean to maintain its efficiency. Resin dissolves in olive oil, which is an effective and environmental friendly way to maintain the blade with. More aggressive liquids can damage the rubber material of the handle.

    When not using the saw, make sure it is dry at all times. Store the saw in its scabbard in a dry place.

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