Whether you're a tradesman or DIY enthusiast, you'll need a handsaw; sometimes used for cutting wood, but sometimes also for cutting metal and plastic. Take into consideration the type of cut you will be making and the size of the material when choosing your handsaw. Generally, larger blades are required for large materials. As a general rule, the higher the teeth per inch (TPI), the smaller the blade's teeth. For tasks that require a finer finish, choose a blade with a higher TPI than a blade with fewer teeth per inch. Handsaws with fewer teeth per inch have bigger teeth making them ideal for quick projects like building stud walls. We offer a wide range of Handsaws for a variety of applications.