Stanley 1-20-090 7Tpi Heavy Duty Handsaw, 20″

(10 customer reviews)


Brand Stanley
Colour Black/Yellow
Power Source Corded Electric
Included Components 1 x Stanley Heavy Duty Handsaw
Weight 0.36 Kilograms

  • Universal saw tooth – cuts across and along the grain
  • Soft grip handle – for comfort
  • Induction hardened blade – for long life
  • Hardened and tempered teeth, 2 sided
  • Teeth per inch: 7
SKU: B003UGM65I Categories: , , ,


Product Description

Heavy duty saw for fast and efficient cuts.

Box Contains

1 x Saw

Additional information

Weight 360 kg
Dimensions 13 × 2.4 cm
Part Number


Product Dimensions

‎59.5 x 13 x 2.4 cm; 360 Grams

Item model number



‎20 Inch (500 mm)


‎Black, Yellow




‎Paper, Plastic, Metal

Power Source

‎Corded electric

Item Package Quantity


Number Of Pieces


Included Components

‎1 x Stanley Heavy Duty Handsaw

Batteries included?


Batteries Required?


Item Weight

‎360 g



Date First Available

1 July 2010



10 reviews for Stanley 1-20-090 7Tpi Heavy Duty Handsaw, 20″

  1. jeanluc545

    Does the jobGood quality saw does the job


    Another Iconic British tool now made outside the UKI bought this Stanley saw as its a trusted UK made brand… however i find now that its made in Belgium. Quality is OK and so far is doing the job intended. I wish Amazon would highlight in which country items are made. I like if possible to support local brands and businesses but often i can’t find what I want on the high street and end up using Amazon, who don’t make it easy to find where an item is made..

  3. Adam Kelly

    Well priced, capableI’ll be needing another one of these, bent before it was blunt, due to being a tired and annoyed about a 7′ cut with no power.I can’t fault this, it’s a rough cutting saw that does what it should, it takes a decent amount of abuse and fits in my 24″ tool bag.The square’s pretty square and while I wouldn’t use the 45 for picture frames it’s handy to have, in fact it helped with some fencing in an out of the way place.So yeah, solid choice for a quick, decent cut. Value for money’s good here too – you can spend less on a saw but it’s a bad idea. So please, stop fighting on with blunt, rusty saw you’ve had hanging in your shed and replace it. When it stops cutting well, replace it again.

  4. Scanti

    Sharp enough for occasional DIYBought as a quick fix thanks to a slight miscalculation with expensive quality saws, teenage son, rain and putting away promptly. I reckon it’s a ploy to avoid having to learn DIY. For occasional use this is great. It’s sharp enough to cut through softwoods without problem, decently rigid and kind on the hands. It blunts slowly… but it will blunt. A great deal for the sort of prices Amazon sell it.

  5. DoT

    Sharp and fast, good for generic useThis is the only saw I now use around my garden. I cut branches, bushes, roots, decking and did other work with it. It’s very sharp and cuts fast. If you need a generic saw for your household it’s probably the one, very happy! Got a second one now as sand/soil dulled the blade – that’s normal.

  6. Aisling

    Good for cutting thick branchesUsed it for cutting tree branches about 5 inches in diameter. Got a bit stuck a few times but possible due to me rather than the saw. Did the job!

  7. Gembo

    PerfectJust the job

  8. Red Baron

    Versatile, robust saw.Smashing little saw, with the usual high quality from Stanley. I like these saws because they are slightly shorter than a full on panel saw, which makes them versatile for tight spot jobs. Not the finest teeth but leaves a nice neat finish and just gets the job done. I rag mine using them on everything from timber to plastics, never let you down if you look after it. Nice comfortable grip and accurate 90/45 handle….all for a very reasonable price.

  9. Daniel Bryan

    Ideal for small jobsDone what i needed it for so can not complain dont get if in a trade lot of use

  10. Elbowz

    Great saw, used it out of the packet to …Great saw, used it out of the packet to saw though a 25mm MDF thick shelf. Nice and sharp as you would expect from a new saw but it feels firm and well made. Usual 45 and 90 degree forms on the handle enable this to be used as a guide for marking a cut. Inner handle is made of soft rubber so its not so bad on the hand for a long cut.

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