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Black & Decker LCS1020 20V MAX Lithium-Ion 10 in. Chainsaw $64 [WalMart Clearance ymmv]

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These are marked down at several stores near me.
I have one from another deal and it is great for small jobs / camping.

http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=43204995

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Black & Decker LCS1020. . Features: Oregon low-kickback bar and chain delivers smooth and fast cuts. Oiling system improves lubrication of bar and chain. 10 in. cut capacity for a wide range of cuts. Tool-less chain tensioning allows fast and easy adjustments. 20V MAX Lithium-Ion battery delivers a long run-time and long life. Black & Decker's LCS1020 20V MAX 2.0 Ah Cordless Lithium-Ion 10 in. Chainsaw features the 20V MAX Lithium-Ion battery for long run time and long life. This saw offers a 10 in. premium Oregon low-kickback bar and chain that provide smooth and fast cuts. The saws tool-free blade tension system allows for improved ease of use and quick adjustments Its lightweight design eases maneuverability and reduces fatigue. The wrap around bale handle provides increased control and comfort and as an added feature, this unit has an improved oiling system with a clear window to gauge oil level. Features Oregon low-kickback bar and chain delivers smooth and fast cuts Oiling system improves lubrication of bar and chain 10 in. cut capacity for a wide range of cuts Tool-less chain tensioning allows fast and easy adjustments 20V MAX Lithium-Ion battery delivers a long run-time and long life Includes 20V MAX Cordless Lithium-Ion 10 in. Chainsaw - LCS1020 20V MAX 2.0 Ah Lithium-Ion Battery - LBXR2020 16V - 20V Lithium-Ion Battery Charger - LCS1620 Specifications Cordless: Yes Weight: 7.2 lbs. Amperage: Bar Length: 10 in. Batteries Included: 1 Battery Amp Hours: 2.0 Ah Battery Type: Li-Ion Chain Gauge: Chain Pitch: Chain Tension Adjustment: Cutting Diameter: Max. Pole Length: No-Load Speed (RPM): Noise Rating (dBa): Oil Tank Capacity: Overhead Reach: Shipping Weight: Voltage: 20V
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A price in the OP would be great. All stores near me show $128. Nothing to see here so far.
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A price in the OP would be great. All stores near me show $128. Nothing to see here so far.
Same here. Tagging this thread for later.
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For reference, I am in zip 80537. 4 stores show markdown and 2 have stock. I also physically saw the item in one location with the proper markdown. Hopefully this becomes more widely available soon!
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How does this compare to the 40v Greenworks?
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Some available near me for $64. Solid reviews on different sites. Have several other B&D 20V MAX tools and am pleased with them all. I'm tempted, even though I already have a couple chain saws.
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How does this compare to the 40v Greenworks?
There is a 40v version of the B&D that would be a better comparison. This 20v version is going to be less powerful and requires manual oiling (by pressing a bulb) before each cut. The 40v version has auto-oiling.
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How does this compare to the 40v Greenworks?
Well I just got the 60v snapper which is similar to the greenworks. Much heavier, bigger, more powerful. Also auto oiler rather then pushing the button over and over. But, the b&d is much more portable and lightweight. Really two different tools for different situations.
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Some available near me for $64. Solid reviews on different sites. Have several other B&D 20V MAX tools and am pleased with them all. I'm tempted, even though I already have a couple chain saws.
I was honestly surprised by how much wood I can cut with this little guy. For me, it's main use is cutting up firewood on camping trips. its just small enough to throw in a craftsman tool bag along with some batteries, hatchet and saw. It does cut a little slow compared to full size but gets the job done.
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Well I just got the 60v snapper which is similar to the greenworks. Much heavier, bigger, more powerful. Also auto oiler rather then pushing the button over and over. But, the b&d is much more portable and lightweight. Really two different tools for different situations.
Was the snapper a SD? I searched and didn't see anything.
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Was the snapper a SD? I searched and didn't see anything.
There is a post from may that lists all the snapper items. Currently it is $120 on clearance at some walmarts. I got it to go with the 60v mower for $199.

https://slickdeals.net/f/9894052-60v-snapper-outdoor-equipment-clearance-at-walmart-in-store-ymmv?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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FWIW this is an awesome little chainsaw. I have cleared two fallen trees in my back yard using it. It will definitely cut a log of 10" and do it way better than I ever thought possible. Keep in mind though that this will just eat through your battery charge and you should be prepared with extra batteries or extra time.
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FWIW this is an awesome little chainsaw. I have cleared two fallen trees in my back yard using it. It will definitely cut a log of 10" and do it way better than I ever thought possible. Keep in mind though that this will just eat through your battery charge and you should be prepared with extra batteries or extra time.
yeah, 10" is pushing it but as you said it will do the job. 6-8" logs are no problem and it will do quite a few of them on one charge. Just be gentle and back off if it starts to struggle.
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I got this chainsaw with an Amazon deal. It does do very well as other have stated. Just wanted to add that when I first started using mine, the manual oil did not work. It seems like this is a relatively common issue where the filter mechanism gets clogged with whatever oil they used in the assembly. Instead of sending it in, it was pretty easy to take apart and blow out the oil in the filter. I used some hot water to soak it. Then I used a can of air to blow out the sticky oil.

Here's a reference about this issue
https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...B00SSLE0QS
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I got this chainsaw with an Amazon deal. It does do very well as other have stated. Just wanted to add that when I first started using mine, the manual oil did not work. It seems like this is a relatively common issue where the filter mechanism gets clogged with whatever oil they used in the assembly. Instead of sending it in, it was pretty easy to take apart and blow out the oil in the filter. I used some hot water to soak it. Then I used a can of air to blow out the sticky oil.

Here's a reference about this issue
https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...B00SSLE0QS
So if this is sitting for awhile in my garage I should expect the same to happen?
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