The Freescape Camp Saw from Gerber is the compact, functional and safe choice for cutting wood at the campsite.
The blade safely locks into place when in use, but folds flat for storage while staying completely assembled so you don’t lose any parts. With four pivot points, you can effectively cut wood with a larger diameter while using the full length of the blade. The frame steel is 2Cr13 with an aggressive sawtooth blade, while the handle has an ergonomic textured rubber grip for a firm hold with green accents for easy spotting.
And, when it comes time to replace the blade, the Freescape takes standard 12” blades to make that process super simple. Cut your tinder and firewood safely and efficiently with the easy to transport Freescape Camp Saw from Gerber.
Tool-free snap-fit assembly
Blade locking mechanism
Folds up flat for transport
4 pivot points for maximum usable cutting area
Frame steel 2Cr13
Bright green so it’s easier to spot
Accepts all standard 12” blades for easy replacement
Textured rubber handle for safe and ergonomic grip
Aggressive saw tooth blade
In Use Dimensions:
36.8L x 17.8W x 2.8H cm
35.1L x 4.6W x 2.8H cm
Steel Blade | Glass−filled Nylon Handle
Camping | Outdoors
Does this saw accept a hacksaw blade?1 answer
The connection and blade mounts look to be very similar to a hacksaw blade, would one work with this saw? I'm not expecting it to be the most rock solid thing, just enough to have a dual purpose in my tool bag.
Pip - Engadine, NSW(3 months ago)
Yes, you could replace it with a hacksaw blade as long as it is a 12” blade.
Kaya - Snowys(2 months ago)
Do you stock spare blades for this saw? 1 answer
Given this saw as a gift and would like a spare blade for it. Great product, we use it a lot when camping. Thanks
Linda - Dubbo, NSW(3 years ago)
The Freescape Camp Saw blade has been designed so that the blade can be replaced with a standard 12" hack saw blade. The Gerber branded blades aren't currently brought into Australia, but you should be able to find plenty of options for a variety of timber types at your local hardware store.