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Home Depot has Sun Joe 8" 6.5-Amp Multi-Angle Telescopic Electric Pole Chain Saw (SWJ802E-GRY) on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free or you may opt for free in-store pickup. Thanks woodchuck3786


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  • The Sun Joe 8" 6.5-Amp Multi-Angle Telescopic Electric Pole Chain Saw (SWJ802E-GRY) is good for cutting overhanging limbs and thin logs, the telescoping pole extends to 9.4' providing up to 15' of overhead reach, and the multi-position head cuts from 0° to 30° angles. -qwikwit
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Amazon and Home Depot have the Grey color Sun Joe adjustable head pole saw for $49.99 and free shipping.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sun-J.../301657055

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Bought one too last November post Hurricane Irma. Excellent tool IF you follow the directions. Do not start/stop/start/stop/etc. the saw in rapid succession.Once you are ready to cut, position yourself to finishing the cut completely and do so without binding up the blade.Your upper body and arms will get a workout the further out you extend the saw on its pole. Make sure your keep the chain oil reservoir full (it will use a fair amount, but chain oil is cheap). Invest in a second cutting chain, perhaps two. When the saw starts to take longer to cut, swap out the chain for a sharp one. Do not force the saw to cut faster by forcing the cutting bar down into the wood. Be patient and let the saw do the work. Invest in a good 12/3 outdoor extension cord (max 100 feet) to operate the saw. The motor will thank you by running cooler and lasting longer. If you foresee yourself needing to do a lot of cutting, you may want to invest in a HF chain saw blade sharpener. When done, be sure to put your saw away CLEAN and free of dirt and sawdust. It's been a very good tool so far and this price is a real SD. Nice find OP!
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This should go FP. I paid more and I"m happy with this product. I don't have any problems with leaking chain oil, although it does seem to consume a lot (although I've never had any other chainsaw besides this so I don't know what a normal rate it). I'm very happy with this product. I use it to cut bush honeysuckle. I recommend buying from Home Depot over Amazon just in case you have to return it because it may be difficult to get back in the box for shipping with Amazon.
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This is pretty much the standard size for powered pole saws. Of the 78 models that Home Depot sells, 45 of them have 8" bars. And the reviews are pretty darn good with 4.3 stars at Amazon and 4.5 at Home Depot. I wouldn't let a handful of negative reviews dissuade me from this great deal.
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from reviews it seems to leak a lot of oil and chain comes off also a bit small for large branches but a good price
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This should go FP. I paid more and I"m happy with this product. I don't have any problems with leaking chain oil, although it does seem to consume a lot (although I've never had any other chainsaw besides this so I don't know what a normal rate it). I'm very happy with this product. I use it to cut bush honeysuckle. I recommend buying from Home Depot over Amazon just in case you have to return it because it may be difficult to get back in the box for shipping with Amazon.
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from reviews it seems to leak a lot of oil and chain comes off also a bit small for large branches but a good price
This is pretty much the standard size for powered pole saws. Of the 78 models that Home Depot sells, 45 of them have 8" bars. And the reviews are pretty darn good with 4.3 stars at Amazon and 4.5 at Home Depot. I wouldn't let a handful of negative reviews dissuade me from this great deal.
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Debating the 8inch 6.5amp vs the 10inch 8amp. Not a huge price difference on Amazon, none available at HD in South Seattle.
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I have the other model and it works pretty well. It does consume a lot of oil but work flawlessly.
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This seems like a good deal,please talk me out of it!
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Got this for $43 at Walmart exactly 1 year ago. Have used it once and was impressed. Fyi: Does not come with gear oil.
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I just used mine today. Definitely worth $50. This has nothing to do with the saw itself, but there are a lot less cases where I can use this than I thought because there aren't that many branches I need to cut between 6ft-15ft.
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Been hoping for a deal. Need to get 6-8 more branches I can't reach with a ladder... Well safely at least and was hoping for a something cheap and couldn't find a used one local. Figure use it and sell it after done.
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Got it for $40 last year also good product
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I bought a different Pole saw last week... You can easily get a Craftsman or Sun Joe from Sears and use their "Free Cash" coupons they hand out like water... And get a pole saw for $50/60 every day...FWIW these things are very convenient
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In it for one. Thanks ops. 50 bucks to save me some trouble on the higher branches. Decent clippers are already 20 to 30 bucks.
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