My silky collection

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12 foot Hayauchi 390mm 6.5 gauge teeth. I payed $200 on Amazon (I purchase all my silky's from amazon) great saw very sharp very effective even when stretched out fully!

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9 foot Zubat pole saw 330mm 7.5 gauge teeth cost me around $135 and I would not suggest this size, if u are interested in this saw go with a longer version it's worth the extra $

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Sugoi 360mm 6.5 gauge teeth cost me about $75 one of the more high end curved saws from silky. I prefer my Sugowaza, but some prefer this saw

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Sugowaza 420mm 6.5 gauge teeth cost me $75. Again all my silky's come from amazon because of the cost, the retail cost from silky on this is $146 and for good reason my personal favorite saw I absolutely love this saw I use it daily! When I arrive on my job site the first thing I do is put this on my belt and I wear it all day long. If u can only afford to purchase one of these saws this would be the one I would suggest.

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Tsurugi 400mm 10 gauge teeth. I paid $75 the retail is $120. It's a decent saw, for cost I would go with Sugoi or Sugowaza

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Tsurugi curved 270mm 7.5 gauge teeth. $86 on Amazon and I would not suggest this saw to anyone unless u are buying it for garden work

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Yamabico 330mm 6 gauge teeth (bottom row the top row I have no idea), I can't say enough good things about this saw I paid $46 and it was worth every cent

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the most popular silky on the market the 330mm 7.5 gauge teeth zubat professional, I think it's the most popular because it's the most common and a good cost, I paid $65. Its a very decent saw good for everyday use

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Gomtaro 240mm 8 gauge teeth it's the root cutting version of this saw and it works great for roots if I remember correctly I paid $45 and I would suggest this saw for root cutting

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gunfighter 270mm 12 gauge teeth and a GREAT saw for doing finish cuts on fruit and ornamental trees!

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ultra accel curve 240mm 7.5 gauge teeth I paid roughly $25 and I'm not a fan and I barely use this saw

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super accel 21 professional 7.5 gauge teeth and I would strongly recommend this over the ultra accel same cost on Amazon I paid $25 it retails for $60

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the pocket boys the black is 170mm 10 gauge teeth the yellow is the 130mm 20 gauge teeth (great finish cuts with this!) The purple is the ultra fine pocket boy 26 gauge teeth and like the yellow GREAT for finish cuts! U can take the black one and one of the other 2 and do an amazing job on any ornamental tree or fruit tree! These are some of the best folding saws by silky I paid $25 each they retail at $50

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the 270mm Yoki. This retails at about $150 I paid about $75 it's a decent machete, I'm an arborist so I have little use for this other than chopping vines

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this is the Katana boy it's a very large saw 650 mm 5 gauge teeth. I paid $125 the retails at $269. I would not suggest this to an arborist it's better for someone camping or outdoors type use not professional use. I would use a chain saw on anything big enough to use this on

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the entire collection, I am an arborist so I use these professionaly and I can't say enough great things about Silky saws they are the best on the market!

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