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Amazon -Greenworks 12-Inch 40V Cordless Chainsaw with Extra Chain $45.67

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Been watching this for awhile with the Camelizer, lowest price in almost a year. Battery not included obviously but if you already have a 40V battery with other Greenworks stuff you're good.

edit: Don't forget this doesn't come with chain oil

https://www.amazon.com/Greenworks...7a9c0027d0

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I bought the same one last year for $56 (if I'm not mistaken) with extra chain and battery from amazon.
Still have not used it. Don't know why I bought it. LOL
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I have never owned a gas saw for comparison, but I love this saw. I have felled 100+ trees from 1" in diameter to 14" (dangerous!), on my 13+ acre property. Came in particularly useful for cleanup after our last ice storm. I then use a wired Greenworks for bucking logs because its a bit faster and more powerful. Electricity.
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I am not sure how the 12" differs, but I have the 40V 16" and it is a beast. Took down a lot of trees.
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Good deal if you have the battery system (remember it's the 40V, not the 24, 60 or 80 Greenworks.) I bought last year. Yes, it's good to note that you need to get a small container of bar and chain oil yourself as none is included. (I took mine out and was ready to use it and then realized I had to go get chain oil -- many retail brands come with small bottles of oil to get you goin', but this one did not -- probably safer for shipping as nobody wants a leaking oil bottle in their UPS shipment).
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Good deal for those who are already into the 40V system. I recently bought the 24V chainsaw and hedge trimmer with batts & chargers for under $50 each and gave them as gifts (I already have the same tools in 80V). The little 10", 24V saw is fine for light trimming and pruning. The 60V and 80V saws in 16 or 18 inch bars are actually pretty serious chainsaws.
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I've had one for two years, works really great but cuts a little slow which you notice on large trees. I love it and use it all the time. You have to watch the oil, it will drip out depending on how the saw is sitting.
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I have the 14" saw and I used the heck out of it to limb out my overgrown, mature trees. Batteries last a respectable length of time since you aren't really running the chainsaw very often for this kind of work.
Never used it to fell anything, though, since it's an urban lot and there's way too much stuff to damage.

I was originally planning to sell it and the pole saw now that I finally had pros come in and deal with the really high work that exceeded my danger threshold, but I like it enough and it's paid for itself many times over. Plus I picked up the attachment capable trimmer so I can keep using the batteries.
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I have the 40v greenworks cordless pole saw and worx corded chain saw. Thinking of replacing the corded chain saw with this since I already owned 2 40v batteries.

I love the pole saw BTW.
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Also available as a refurb for $129

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07RS...dg_tit_rfb
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