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Walmart.com has Sun Joe SWJ807E 10" Electric Convertible Pole Chain Saw (Red) for $69.99 or $67.75 -> Now $64.99 -> now $67.75 when you select store pickup. Shipping is free or you may select free store pickup where available. Thanks un_plug

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Home Depot also has Sun Joe SWJ807E 10" Electric Convertible Pole Chain Saw (Red) for $69.99 . Shipping is free or you may select free store pickup where available.

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Amazon.com also has Sun Joe SWJ807E 10" Electric Convertible Pole Chain Saw (Red) for $69.99. Shipping is free.

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  • The Sun Joe SWJ807E 2-in-1 electric pole chain saw features a telescoping pole that extends to 8.8' and also converts to a hand-held chainsaw. It's rated to cut branches up to 9.5" thick.
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While looking at the Sun Joe 10" Pole saw for $60, came across the 10" convertible version for only $10 more at Walmart & Home Depot.
Red color only.
Walmart:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sun-Jo...ected=true
Home Depot:
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sun-J.../306213216
Also Amazon, but ships in 1 to 2 months:
https://www.amazon.com/Sun-Joe-SW...r=8-1&th=1
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I got this the last time it popped up on SD and finally got to use it yesterday. I like it for the most part. Plenty of power for a average homeowner.

Couple things I don't like.
You can only cut from the right side of the saw on the pole because the handle on the left side gets in the way.
The plastic cover that goes over the bar/chain/drive gear comes unscrewed from vibrations really easy and it's hard to get tight because it's a round plastic nub.
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This or the non convertible angled pole saw? From what I have read, angled version makes it easier to cut tree limbs but the convertible chain saw will make the ground work much easier. Decision decision.
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This or the non convertible angled pole saw? From what I have read, angled version makes it easier to cut tree limbs but the convertible chain saw will make the ground work much easier. Decision decision.
Depends what you're cutting, how high up, and how much. I have a pole saw, and 2 chainsaws, but a lot of times I just use a compound bypass [lowes.com] because it's faster. If you're cutting limbs and small branches on the ground, then just use an electric chainsaw. Worx with 14" bar [lowes.com] is good and only $50, or you can use a compound bypass for that as well, as long as they're not really thick branches.
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I got this the last time it popped up on SD and finally got to use it yesterday. I like it for the most part. Plenty of power for a average homeowner.

Couple things I don't like.
You can only cut from the right side of the saw on the pole because the handle on the left side gets in the way.
The plastic cover that goes over the bar/chain/drive gear comes unscrewed from vibrations really easy and it's hard to get tight because it's a round plastic nub.
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Depends what you're cutting, how high up, and how much. I have a pole saw, and 2 chainsaws, but a lot of times I just use a compound bypass [lowes.com] because it's faster. If you're cutting limbs and small branches on the ground, then just use an electric chainsaw. Worx with 14" bar [lowes.com] is good and only $50, or you can use a compound bypass for that as well, as long as they're not really thick branches.
Thanks for the reply. I have a looper which can take care of thin branches on the ground. I also have a fiskar pole saw (non electric) which is heavy. I don't own a chain saw so I am considering getting this to replace the fiskar and also able to use it on thick ground branches. The fiskar allows me to adjust the angle of the saw blade so I know the advantage of having the angled version instead of straight version. That's my dilemma. Another dilemma is corded vs cordless. I will have to get long power cord if I decided to go with this.
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I ordered this on Amazon last night after looking around a little bit with that other Sun Joe deal and finding it for sale.. My delivery date is Tuesday (week shipping from Amazon is practically an eternity), and they won't even let me cancel because it will "soon be shipped"...

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I got this the last time it popped up on SD and finally got to use it yesterday. I like it for the most part. Plenty of power for a average homeowner.

Couple things I don't like.
You can only cut from the right side of the saw on the pole because the handle on the left side gets in the way.
The plastic cover that goes over the bar/chain/drive gear comes unscrewed from vibrations really easy and it's hard to get tight because it's a round plastic nub.
Good info. Have you tried using some blue threadlock on the threads to keep it from coming loose?
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I got this the last time it popped up on SD and finally got to use it yesterday. I like it for the most part. Plenty of power for a average homeowner.

Couple things I don't like.
You can only cut from the right side of the saw on the pole because the handle on the left side gets in the way.
The plastic cover that goes over the bar/chain/drive gear comes unscrewed from vibrations really easy and it's hard to get tight because it's a round plastic nub.
Plastic nub can just be popped off from the nut. Use a wrench to tighten then snap plastic cap back on. Mine came with a cheesy tool to do exactly this.
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I should probably look harder at this deal. I'm not too old yet for ladders and tree climbing, but I should be thinking more now about the risks in doing so. Having this tool and limiting myself to it's range is probably a good call.... Pay a professional for anything outside of that. With age comes wisdom (and limited flexibility)
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This or the non convertible angled pole saw? From what I have read, angled version makes it easier to cut tree limbs but the convertible chain saw will make the ground work much easier. Decision decision.
I was debating this as well. Was leaning toward just the angled, but remembered I'll have to cut down the limb I need to bring down, plus I have a lot of small but tall stumps around the house I want to trim down as well, which being able to convert to a regular saw would make much easier.
And since I don't see using this much after that decided ot go with the convertible.
I could see if you need to trim branches on a more regular bases getting the angled.
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I should probably look harder at this deal. I'm not too yet for ladders and tree climbing, but I should be thinking more now about the risks in doing so. Having this tool and limiting myself to it's range is probably a good call.... Pay a professional for anything outside of that. With age comes wisdom (and limited flexibility)
Reason I got it. Have a large limb from a neighbor's tree that's cracked and just hanging on our side. was hoping the winter storm's would have brought it down naturally, but nope.
Having a guy come out to take it down was too much $.
Was planning to climb and hack away at it, but I'm getting too old for that.
This and a ladder, and being able to cut it up once its down for $70 made the decision easy.
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I was debating this as well. Was leaning toward just the angled, but remembered I'll have to cut down the limb I need to bring down, plus I have a lot of small but tall stumps around the house I want to trim down as well, which being able to convert to a regular saw would make much easier.
And since I don't see using this much after that decided ot go with the convertible.
I could see if you need to trim branches on a more regular bases getting the angled.
I have 5 tall trees around the house which require trimming every winter. Some of them are far from the house too hence I am seriously looking into investing on the cordless. I own a few B&D 40v lawn tools already but what a shame that they don't make 40v pole saw but 20v.
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I have 5 tall trees around the house which require trimming every winter. Some of them are far from the house too hence I am seriously looking into investing on the cordless. I own a few B&D 40v lawn tools already but what a shame that they don't make 40v pole saw but 20v.
I posted in the other Sun Joe thread, but Lowes has their Kobalt 40v cordless pole saw on sale for $117 with battery, same price as the bare tool...
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Thanks for the reply. I have a looper which can take care of thin branches on the ground. I also have a fiskar pole saw (non electric) which is heavy. I don't own a chain saw so I am considering getting this to replace the fiskar and also able to use it on thick ground branches. The fiskar allows me to adjust the angle of the saw blade so I know the advantage of having the angled version instead of straight version. That's my dilemma. Another dilemma is corded vs cordless. I will have to get long power cord if I decided to go with this.
I have a cordless (lithium battery) and an electric. Speaking for myself, I prefer the electric any day of the week. Just make sure to get a cord that will work. Sometimes they have plastic around the outlets or flat surfaces that keep it from plugging in. If you're not sure what I mean by this, I can show you a photo of what I'm talking about since I have one that will plug directly into my chainsaw and one that won't.
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I posted in the other Sun Joe thread, but Lowes has their Kobalt 40v cordless pole saw on sale for $117 with battery, same price as the bare tool...
Thanks for letting me know the kobalt deal.
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