The Gomtaro Nidangiri has an extra row of teeth (with medium teeth) on the upper side of the blade. Without turning your wrist, you can make a sawing cut at the bottom of the branch so that the bark does not tear off when the branch falls.
Arborists who control this sawing technique will notice that sawing with this double-edged pull saw is less strenuous on the wrist. Due to the ergonomic design of the Gomtaro Nidangiri, the development of the frequent occurring carpal tunnel syndrome is counteracted.
With the straight blade you can create a very precise sawing cut and easily handle the saw in densely grown spaces and close to the ground. As the blade runs through into the handle, this saw will feel exceptionally stable. The razor-sharp teeth will leave behind a smooth tree cut, so that the tree recovers well and quickly.
The rubber casted handle feels comfortable and absorbs vibrations. You will notice that your lower arm and saw are perfectly balanced. The scabbard is designed in such a way so that the saw cannot fall out of it, but can still be pulled with just one hand when needed. With the available leg straps you can strap the Gomtaro Nidangiri to your lower leg to always have the saw at arm’s length