DEWALT DWHT20547L 5-in-1 Hacksaw
DeWalt has taken a different approach to designing a hacksaw, going for the most possible versatility. While this saw works wonderful as a normal hacksaw, the blade can be forward mounted for extra reach or the front handle can be removed and the blade mounted in it for use as a jab saw. The frame itself is made with an I-beam top rail, giving incredible strength. That allows this saw to provide up to 330 pounds of blade tension. I'm not sure how that compares to the Lenox saw, because I'm not sure how Lenox is calculating their tension. However, it’s sufficient to say that both saws provide excellent tension. This saw frame is also tapered at the nose, giving it a "low profile" design, which allows it to get into tighter places. DeWalt has gone for a solid frame design, so unfortunately there’s no on-board blade storage.