Escape Wire™ Micro Saw

Escape Wire™ Micro Saw

The new Escape Wire™ Micro Saw by Shomer-Tec represents a breakthrough in miniaturized cutting technology. It combines the extreme cutting capability of diamonds with unprecedented miniaturization. It was developed for certain military and government personnel for survival and escape/evasion applications. It's just the size of a nickel, but deploys to a 26” saw.


Escape Wire™ is an amazingly thin diamond cutter—its diameter is just 1/100 of an inch! Its thinness and consistent spacing and sizing of diamond particles adhered to its steel core provide a clean cut with maximum efficiency and minimal kerf loss when cutting hard materials. It can easily cut through zip-ties, rope, wood, plastic, etc. Weight: 0.06 oz. Diameter: 0.84”. Thickness: 0.09”. Designed for single application usage. Made in USA. Also see the Nickel Escape Saw.


SKU #: MS

Regular price $16.00 Save $-16.00
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