Tag Archives: chainsaw

Greenworks 60V Chainsaw Review

Our great battery-powered chainsaw shootout continues with today’s spotlight of the Greenworks 60V Chainsaw. If this is the first you’ve heard about the shootout, let me bring you up to speed: I recently made quite a bit of sawdust and hundreds of 8-inch diameter wood discs to determine how eight lithium-ion powered chainsaws stacked up against […]

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Greenworks 60V Chainsaw Review

Our great battery-powered chainsaw shootout continues with today’s spotlight of the Greenworks 60V Chainsaw. If this is the first you’ve heard about the shootout, let me bring you up to speed: I recently made quite a bit of sawdust and hundreds of 8-inch diameter wood discs to determine how eight lithium-ion powered chainsaws stacked up against […]

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DeWalt 40V Max Chainsaw Review: Into the Woods

Recently I decided to get to work – way out in the woods.  My adventure involved some tree work in the forest surrounding our cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains of northwest Georgia.  Our woods are full of hearty hardwoods and evergreens, which means there is always tree work needed to keep our little forest […]

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Kobalt 80V Chainsaw Review

Editor’s Note: This is the original text from our reviewer when the Kobalt 80V Chainsaw came out. However, the ratings have been updated to reflect its performance in our recent chainsaw shootout. We’ve had the opportunity to see several new lithium-ion powered chainsaws this year. What started as a novelty has developed into a serious […]

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Oregon 40V Chainsaw Review CS300

If the guys commentating about quarterfinal matchups are called Sportscasters, what’s my title if I have the call for the tool version of the quarterfinals, a Toolcaster? I’ll have to think about that. In any event, over the last few weeks, I’ve been telling you a lot about our own Elite 8 – a shootout […]

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GreenWorks 40V Chainsaw Review

It’s not often that a cordless chainsaw gets more than a casual nod from professionals, but the GreenWorks 40V chainsaw literally raised eyebrows from several Pros we handed it to. The thought of going cordless in professional applications may be far from your mind, but consider a couple things we realized in the course of […]

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Dewalt FlexVolt Chainsaw Review

Regular readers will recall that recently I pitted eight battery-powered chainsaws against one another in an exciting tooth-to-tooth shootout. We’re taking a closer look at each saw and today I’ll present to you the Dewalt FlexVolt Chainsaw. It is one of two DeWalt saws in the competition – the other being a 40V Max saw with […]

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Echo 58V Chainsaw Review CCS-58V4AH

I recently had all kinds of fun conducting a shootout of eight battery-operated chainsaws for Pro Tool Reviews. As I mentioned at the time, I did a similar test four years ago but the field was much thinner due to the relative lack of power compared to what we have today. Now, more manufacturers are […]

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16-Inch EGO Chainsaw Review: Model CS1604

All other things equal, battery-powered tools are preferable to gas-powered tools. Consider this – you don’t have to keep gas that’s flammable and spillable on hand, you don’t have to mess around with mixtures on two strokes or add oil to four strokes, don’t have to clean the air filter, you don’t fiddle around with […]

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Chainsaw Basics for Apprentices and Pros

It occurred to us that an article on chainsaw basics might be just the ticket for new apprentices getting into the field. It might even be a good refresher for Pros who do this day in and day out. The average chainsaw injury requires 110 stitches, so wear protective gloves, boots, chaps, and eye protection. […]

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