Updated March 20, 2019 by Taber Koeghan

The 8 Best Coping Saws

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Best High-End
Best Mid-Range
Best Inexpensive

This wiki has been updated 9 times since it was first published in October of 2017. If your woodworking project requires extra precision, consider purchasing a coping saw. These tools allow you to make elaborate cuts and intricate patterns in wood — feats that are difficult, or even impossible, to accomplish using other varieties of saw. The models on this list boast features such as adjustable tension, ergonomic handles, additional blades, and more. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best coping saw on Amazon.

8. Zona 35-670

7. Task Tools T33105

6. Stanley 15-104 Fatmax

5. Olson Saw SF63510

4. Robert Larson 540-2000

3. Eclipse 70-CP1R

2. Sheffield 58203 Heavy Duty

1. Bahco 301

Editor's Notes

March 15, 2019:

Choosing a variety of handle types was an important factor in the selection process, which is why the products featured here have handles made from a range of materials — including wood, rubber, and plastic — to accommodate different comfort preferences. We've moved the Bahco 301 to the very top of the list due to an increase in popularity among both professional and amateur woodworkers. User concerns about the blade of the Olson Saw SF63510 shifting out of alignment are overwhelmingly outnumbered by endorsements of the product, which is why it remains in the list.

Taber Koeghan
Last updated on March 20, 2019 by Taber Koeghan

Taber is a writer from Santa Monica, CA, with a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of California, San Diego. After completing her degree, she began writing and editing copy for a host of high-traffic e-commerce websites. Her areas of expertise include the beauty, style, pet, and home products categories, and she has plenty of experience covering literature and art, too. Her personal interests in crafting and decorating inform her writing and -- she hopes -- add a good bit of insight to her work. Outside of copywriting, she is a reporter and columnist at a Los Angeles community newspaper and is currently pursuing a master of fine arts in creative writing.

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