The original Zona Razor Saws were made back in the 1950s by a company in Arizona (hence the name Zona). Zonas production moved to California and was acquired in the late 90s by Blackstone Industries of Bethel, CT. The acquisition was a good fit since Olson Saw Co. another manufacturing division of Blackstone Industries was already making the razor saw blades for Zonas razor saws. Since joining Blackstone, Zona has expanded its line of razor saws and introduced many small hand tools used by hobbyists, model builders, artisans, craftspeople, furniture makers, and do-it-yourselfers. View or download the Zona Tool Catalog (620KB).
For precise cutting and measuring! These small knives are for general slicing, light carving in paper, plastic, balsa, bass wood, light cardboard, vinyl, rubber and foam. Choose from an assortment of sharp blades, two styles of knives and two small rulers.
Pin Vises are for holding thin, cylindrical tools such as burs, bits, blades, chisels files, reamers, gravers or drills by one end, or used for drilling. These include hand drills, and revolving tool holders. Zona's miniature twist drills are available in sets of metric, wire gauge and diamond coated miniature drills.