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i have the poulan pro 40v (Which is just the re-badged greenworks version). ok on medium size stuff, but is a challenge on larger trees (But i have an 18" husqvarna gas chainsaw for that). FYI - you can use the poulan pro and greenworks tools / batteries interchangeably by removing the index tabs on the batteries.amazon runs deals on the poulan equipment more than greenworks. for instance i have bought the following (With battery and charger):

string trimmer $59
pole saw $95
chainsaw $74
blower $57
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA
I have that one for 3 years , did couple of trees and no issues, still original chain, enjoy your new toy
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA
I have one, no issues after a year of use. Kinda slow on larger stuff (10" or more) but overall really happy with it. Definitely not as fast cutting as gas, but way more pleasant and convenient to use. I wouldn't use it to cut a winter's worth of wood at once, but for general pruning and cleanup I love it. Great for cutting wood when camping or hunting.
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA
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I have that one for 3 years , did couple of trees and no issues, still original chain, enjoy your new toy
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I have one, no issues after a year of use. Kinda slow on larger stuff (10" or more) but overall really happy with it. Definitely not as fast cutting as gas, but way more pleasant and convenient to use. I wouldn't use it to cut a winter's worth of wood at once, but for general pruning and cleanup I love it. Great for cutting wood when camping or hunting.
i have the poulan pro 40v (Which is just the re-badged greenworks version). ok on medium size stuff, but is a challenge on larger trees (But i have an 18" husqvarna gas chainsaw for that). FYI - you can use the poulan pro and greenworks tools / batteries interchangeably by removing the index tabs on the batteries.amazon runs deals on the poulan equipment more than greenworks. for instance i have bought the following (With battery and charger):

string trimmer $59
pole saw $95
chainsaw $74
blower $57
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA

I've got the 16" chainsaw. Works fine for cutting down trees, limbs. It can handle the trees as wide as the blade length. Doesn't have raw cutting power of a gas saw, but still does a decent job with a fresh chain. The upside of the electric is no fuel mixing, starts every time. It seems rugged enough, and the chain tensioner seems solid and is easy to use.

Oregon brand chains for this saw can be picked up for $10-12 all the time on Amazon.

On the 4.0 AH battery, expect about 20-25 min of actual cut time. It's nice to have a spare battery handy to keep cycling them.
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On the chainsaw, I don't have this one, but I do like the Greenworks brand and I have both 40 and 80V products, so I'm sure it's a solid tool for smaller yardwork, as others have mentioned. A similar product is the DeWalt 20V one which goes for $169. I just got one of those as my "smaller work" chainsaw -- look for Home Depot deal-of-the-day (not currently however) -- there was a promo last month with battery/charger kit free for the $169 bare tool price. I think it depends on which battery system you like. Unless you are like me and buy one of everything because it's a good deal..

BTW for a heavy-duty electric chainsaw, I really recommend the Milwaukee M18 FUEL version. I had the smaller ones but bought that because I had a larger trunk to cut. I think the smaller one would have done it but I really wanted to try the big'un and it's a beast.. Unlike the others which take about 2-3 seconds for the chain to come up to speed, this thing cranks up immediately and basically doesn't slow down even partway through a large trunk. But it's heavy (especially with larger battery), and $299 for the bare tool. It's a class above ones like this, and I'd put it up against a $300 or $400 Stihl 2-stroke anyday. I'm getting rid of all my noisy smelly 2-stroke stuff. But anyway the M18 is overkill for many uses and a ligther one like this Greenworks is actually better for many homeowner uses.
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA
Works great for any job that I feel comfortable doing. Since it's not too large I can take it up the tree or ladder without a lot of problems. I run the 4ah battery on it.
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The Pole saw at $65 is decent. It's pretty cumbersome, so I really didn't enjoy using it to clear limbs from my house. But it worked great taking limbs from the ground or carefully using a ladder. Seems like that little 8" bar dulls rather quickly, though.
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Needed a chainsaw. Got the 16" Greenworks for $145. Seems like a very good deal. Anyone who owns 1 like to chime in on the quality? TIA
Used it several times including yesterday, climbing on the roof and reaching for some branches. Worked like a champ, it's light but powerful. Just remember to feed it plenty of oil.
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Any difference between NEW and OLD chainsaw? Other than the fact that its collapsible.
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I want a chainsaw. I want a big gas chainsaw tho because I've never had a chainsaw and I want to be as manly as possible. And I don't think there are a TON of more manly things to do other than cut down a big ass tree....
and watch it fall in a direction not your intention. *sigh*. Electric chain saws seem cool tho too because like.. electric... and instant torque.... which is manly in an Elon way.. and chicks did Elon.
P.s. that seems like a killer deal for a battery! I'd buy it. I might buy it then buy this chain saw y'all talking about
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How is the return policy on returning used chainsaws if I'm not satisfied with them?
Does Amazon give full money back?
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How does this compare to the 40v Ryobi stuff? In the market for a string trimmer.
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