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Worx WG309 & 310 NEW electric chain / pole saw for $54 & $56 *(+ tax) with 20% off and free ship @ eBay.com

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Was looking for a pole saw. Found this along with other chainsaw deals on eBay. Looks like a lot of product was already marked down, plus the added 20% off. This seems like the price for refurbished instead of new.
WG309 - $56 and change + tax
WG310 - $54 and change + tax
*(Tax came out to about $5 for me, if applicable for your state)
Free ship. Plus there's other gear available.
SAVE 20% CODE: PCOLUMBUS2017
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she said get the 10" power one and dont look back.
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In for the WG309. Thanks!
No tax for me in WA
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Good deal. Been waiting for one of these at a decent price. At $56 it's hard to pass up. Especially with two old oak trees in my yard. Thanks!
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Thanks been keeping an eye out for a pole saw as I have a couple dead trees needing attention.
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thanks
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in for one - even if I use it once, its still cheaper than calling someone to trim my maple. tired of trying to use the manual pole saw I foolishly bought years ago... damn are those things useless!
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Thanks for posting. I'm in for the WG309.
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FYI, PCOLUMBUS2017 is now expired.
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Just used the WG309 to trim some branches up to 1.5" thick, reaching from the top of the roof. It was effortless comparing to struggling with a (manual) pole tree pruner. Chainsaw is very top heavy and moderately hard to control when pole is fully extended. Of course a manual pole pruner still has much farther reach.

Walmart has chainsaw oil for $8 a gallon [walmart.com] but after filling up the tiny oil reservoir I should've bought a smaller quart bottle (or use regular motor oil like many do). I guess the gallon bottle are meant for frequent gas chainsaw users.
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