Sure, you might have a Junior Hack-Saw, but this is a well-kept secret in workshops. Where as a Hack-saw has a thin blade that can twist, the Zona Saw has a wider blade and remains ‘straight’ even though it is much thinner. I have cut entire products in half with one of these (piece by piece) with great accuracy. And the price is really great too!
This saw can cut through wood and plastic with incredible ease, and although I’d keep the hack-saw for metal, it can do some thin, soft metals like sheet aluminium, though I would not recommend it, as it will dull the blade quickly.
I had to get mine from the States, though I think one occasionally pops up on ebay.