About the Spyral Saw


The only blade of its kind.  Spyral wire saw blades have been manufactured exclusively by Bestway Products Company for over 50 years.  These blades are used in many unique ways by all kinds of customers for all kinds of purposes.


Spyral wire saw blades will cut just about anything including metals, plastics, ceramics, adhesives, rubber, wood and bone.  They can reach into places and make types of cuts that would be impossible with conventional flat blades.  They are used in handsaws, bandsaws, and sling saws as well as not as saws at all, such as in locksmith tools and ribbon bow machines.


Easy to handle, Spyral wire saw does not readily cut skin.  As a survival or camping saw they can be hand placed where you need them in tight spaces without the risk of cutting your hands.  The blade can safely be threaded around pipes up against a wall or down in a hole.


  • Titanium and stainless steel sheet
  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Graphite
  • Advanced composites
  • Ceramic fiber insulation
  • Polyurethanes
  • Plexiglas
  • Wood
  • Styrofoam
  • PVC
  • ABS
  • Adhesive bond lines
  • Foams
  • Bone
  • Rubber


Bestway blades have been proven by their continued use in many applications.  The Aerospace Industry has used them for trimming formed titanium and stainless steel sheet at high blade speeds for over 30 years.  The U.S Government has purchased over 100,000 Bestway survival saws specifically designed for the U.S Military.  The best selling surgical wire bone saw in the U.S. is the Bestway Spyral Surgical Saw. 


The Spyral saw blade was first manufactured by Tyler Manufacturing which started in 1946.   Shortly after completing his active military service in WWII, Mr. Thomas Best became a partner in and the General Manager of Tyler Manufacturing, eventually becoming the sole owner.  In 1978 the saw blade business was separated from Tyler Manufacturing and operated as International Tool Specialties.  This was changed to Bestway Products Company in 1986.  Mr. Thomas Best retired and sold the business in 2004, at the age of 88.  The business was purchased by Mr. Stuart Gordon, the current proprietor.  Thomas Best’s daughter, Janet Page, still works at the company as Operations Manager.

Mr. Gordon had a 25 year career in Aerospace Manufacturing.  He continues the Bestway legacy of close personal service and integrity for all Bestway customers.