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60V Greenworks Pro 16in Cordless Electric Chainsaw $80 YMMV

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Perfect if you already have the 60V greenworks line of tools:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Greenwor...1001431860

This one comes with the battery but not nearly as clearanced:
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Greenwor...1001034570

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Created 09-18-2020 at 08:57 AM by awolstein
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Zip code? Shows 199.99 for me
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Zip code? Shows 199.99 for me
76135 - Texas shows 3 available
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76135 - Texas
Only free store pickup and 65$ truck delivery
Options available (no free ship to home). Thanks anyway, hopefully someone else can take advantage of it!
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Dsrn. I'm. On the 80v pro battery set. Will the battery work for this as well?
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got one. but battery+charger would cost at least $120. Might as well cancel.
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I own this chainsaw. It does the job and is quiet. If the chain does come off, it is a major pain to pit back on. Very long battery life to cut all day too.
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$129 in my area. I'd buy if it was the lower price. Got old lawnmower and other tool deals. Still holding up well!
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$199 in Nashville...
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I have this chainsaw. Bought it last month. It's a great and convenient mid-sized chainsaw with lots of power. That being said I bought it with the 2a battery and that thing doesn't last long at all for me. It will be fine for cleanup tasks but if you have a larger branch fall more than 10 inches wide and you plan on cutting it up you may have to charge it before its done. If you buy a battery buy a 5a.

Also note that although all 60v batteries work, these are technically part of their 60vHC line with HC batteries. I don't know if there is a performance difference between using a standard 60v battery and the HC ones and I'm not an electrician but the new batteries are supposed to provide more current for devices that need it.
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80 around me but no 🔋 and 🔌 it's a pass for me
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The Snapper/Briggs & Stratton 60v batteries will work in this if you modify the plastic case or have a Greenworks case to put the battery guts in. I already have the Snapper chainsaw and that thing is incredibly stout.
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80 around me but no 🔋 and 🔌 it's a pass for me
I bought a hedge trimmer for $99.(50% off) from Lowes that included a 2ah battery.
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I have a Greenworks 40v chainsaw, and I love this thing. I've used it to make ATV trails in my woods. I've had it for a year. I told my wife's brother-in-law if I had gotten it a few years ago I wouldn't have any trees left by now.

I disagree with the person who says it's a PITA to put the chain back on. You just take the side cover off, loosen the bar a little, feed the chain back on, and tighten everything back up. One thing I've learned is don't cut thin, dangling stuff with it. The jerk is what causes the chain to come off.
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