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Wen Cordless 16" Chainsaw $132

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Powerful 16-inch 40V cordless chainsaw. Comparable with Greenworks.

Better quality batteries over Greenworks.

Shares battery/charger system with IMHO, the best consumer cordless polesaw currently on the market.

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/WEN-4.../302127205

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/WEN-40...r/55823133

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https://www.amazon.com/WEN-40417-Lithium-Brushless-Chainsaw/dp/B0711Z1VSX [amazon.com] - dead
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What battery system does it share with?
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Amazon looks to be price matching.
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What battery system does it share with?
Wen 40V Max
Premium rubber textures. Fast charging.

The cordless pole saw is 10" chain w/ pivoting head.
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Amazon looks to be price matching.
Walmart too

Post updated.
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Anyone know if this will work with greenworks 40v?
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I've Got 5 acres and over 50 trees to drop, limb up and buck. Is it ridiculous to think of an electric chainsaw to do the lemming of the trees? Or Should I just get a 180 Stihl for $50 more?
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I've Got 5 acres and over 50 trees to drop, limb up and buck. Is it ridiculous to think of an electric chainsaw to do the lemming of the trees? Or Should I just get a 180 Stihl for $50 more?
Electric is in no way comparable to a gas saw. It's great for occasional use but I wouldn't attempt to limb more than a single tree with an electric saw unless it was a forest of saplings.
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Anyone know if this will work with greenworks 40v?
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The first post mentions it's comparable? but is it compatible with greenworks 40v batteries?
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The first post mentions it's comparable? but is it compatible with greenworks 40v batteries?
Comparable and Compatible hold different meanings.

Just like Comcast and Verizon's networks take on entirely different connotations now that ISPs are deregulated once more.

Just to clarify: The greenworks polesaw is 8" with a fixed angle head.

The Wen pole saw is 10" with an adjustable head.
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Comparable and Compatible hold different meanings.

Just like Comcast and Verizon's networks take on entirely different connotations now that ISPs are deregulated once more.

Just to clarify: The greenworks polesaw is 8" with a fixed angle head.

The Wen pole saw is 10" with an adjustable head.
The post I quoted seemed to think they might be compatible, which would be perfect for me since I have greenworks batteries. But I can't find anything that says they're compatiable. So I'm guessing you're just saying that they are comparable/similar to the greenworks 40v chainsaw setup?
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I bought one in the past at Homedepot and had to return. If you are looking for light duty work, then battery powered is okay. If you are trimming a medium tree...then you might to wait a few hours between charges Stick Out Tongue
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