Silky Saws

Silky Gomboy Curve 240mm Large Tooth Folding Pruning Saw - Outback Edition

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The Silky Outback Edition hand saws feature a handle made of arbor composite which provides excellent grip and control for wet, cold and game-processing conditions. The blade can cut bone and wood, and is black-plated with a nickel/tin blend to improve durability and reduce reflection for stealth, low-impact activities.

The GOMBOY CURVE 240 from Silky is a durable and versatile folding saw. Multipurpose saw with smooth cutting action. Ideal for pruning as well as cutting dry, hard timber. The non-slip rubber clad steel handle is very easy to grip. Large teeth.

Product Features:

  • Made in Japan
  • 240mm (9.45 inch) length blade
  • Approximate weight 285g (0.63lb)
  • Black plated, taper ground blade
  • Electrical induction hardened teeth
  • Low effort triple edge, non-set tooth design
  • Blade locks securely in two positions for flush cutting
  • Folding feature protects blade
  • Blade locks securely for storage
  • Non-slip cushioned comfort handle
  • Exceptional strength and balance
  • Superior finish quality
  • Limited lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship

Product Applications:

  • Arborist
  • Pruning & trimming
  • Carpentry

Silky Technologies:

Non-Set Teeth

The blade is taper ground to reduce resistance giving smoother, easier, faster cutting performance.


The blade has 4 cutting angles along its length. It leaves a smooth surface after cutting and can rip-cut, cross-cut and slant-cut.


The teeth of the blades are heated instantly and hardened, and stay sharp about three times longer than non-hardened teeth.

Black Plating

Blacking plating allows entire blade, including the teeth, to be coated with a unique, highly durable Nickel / Tin blend. It provides longer blade life and improved cutting performance.

Arbor Composite Handle

The arbor composite handle is comfortable to hold, reduces vibration and offers a superior grip when hands are wet or cold when wearing gloves.

1 Review

  • 5
    Great saw

    Posted by Hamish on 4th Sep 2023

    Fits in the pocket, but can cut big branches. Perfect for my landscaping needs. It cuts bone too so if I ever get trapped under a log i can free myself.