The blade is made of high hardness HSS-M2, the sharpness of the blade is long lasting.
The bubinga is a wood with a solid and colorful pattern.
African black wood is a finest wood.
It gives a sense of stability when used with good texture and weight that sinks in the water.
Available in both types of wood and various sizes:
4mm – box stitch, 45 degree cutting, Folding part(line)
6mm – Good for general work.
8mm – This is the best size.
Only by using this you can feel the best performance of the Palosanto french edger.
10mm – You can work on a wide area without requiring a lot of power and skill.
If you just want to buy something wide, I recommend 10mm, not 12mm.
12mm – It requires a lot of strength and skill. When working with 24mm, it is much faster to work 3 times with 8mm than 2 times with 12mm and the result is higher.
The re-sharpening kit is included, allowing the user to re-sharpening easily.
The re-sharpening method is uploaded to YouTube.
All blades are the same.
The difference in price comes from the difference in price of the handle wood.
There is no difference in performance due to handle type price differences.