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Lenox HT50 hacksaw frames and T2 hacksaw blade

January 23, 2010 | By Anthony Capkun

Lenox introduced the HT50 hacksaw frame and T2 hacksaw blade. The new frame design has the highest tension of any hacksaw (50,000 psi), boasts the company, while the T2 blade provides up to two times the life of existing Lenox blades. The hacksaw’s I-beam construction allows the frame to attain its tension, which maximizes blade life, says Lenox, while providing straighter cuts. The design also features a handle grip that absorbs shock and reduces discomfort in cold weather, says the company, and can be used by both right- and left-handed users. A convenient storage area inside the I-beam is opened without a tool and can hold up to five extra blades. The HT50 also convert to a jab saw. Lenox T2 hacksaw blades will be available March 2010. (Appears EBMag April 2010, Products)


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