Earthwise - Chainsaws
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Thu Aug 09 00:00:00 MDT 2012smooz Rating:3.0
The product quality seems decent but the battery life is not: Due to the heavy power consumption of an electric chainsaw, a 2.6 amp/hour battery would normally suffice. However, this product does not come with the 2.6 amp/hour battery as described on the website but rather the lower capacity 1.5 amp/hour battery. I pointed this out to Overstock and was given a partial refund (agreed upon by me). I'm very disappointed that over 2-1/2 weeks after filing my complaint that the product description still HAS NOT BEEN CORRECTED. This is a major short-coming to the performance of this product so... BUYER BEWARE. DESCRIPTION AS OF 8/9/12: - Maneuver without getting tangled in cords - Don't worry about the cost of gas - Powered by an 18 V / 2.6 AH Li-ion Battery INCORRECT - 1 Hour Fast Charge - Model: LCS31010 - Charger included
Tue Jul 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013larwit Rating:5.0
The saw seems to work well, you do need to buy some oil, preferable chainsaw oil, it does not come with any. Other than that, it seem to work well.
Tue Apr 15 00:00:00 MDT 2014chick131 Rating:4.0
I have used my Earthwise 10 inch Lithium Chain Saw almost daily since I've received it. I am a 63 yr old woman who loves being outside on my 10 acres. I am still cleaning up after Irene almost 3 years ago. Most of the downed trees are dry and easy to cut through but, my cute little green thing makes it all so much easier. i have used it so much that i'm sure i already need a new chain which would make current cutting easier and quicker. The battery did seem to last longer when I first got the chainsaw. The recharge is very quick and I am very content with my cute little green thing. This is about the fifth battery operated chain saw that I've purchased in the last 15 years. It is as good as any of the rest and a lot more economical.
Sat Aug 23 00:00:00 MDT 2014froggy1942 Rating:5.0
Bought this saw mainly to remove branches from downed trees on my property that I didn't want to hassle with my heavier gas chain saws. I was impressed with the length of time and the amount of sawing I was able to get done before it needed a recharge. Even so, with the effort required to get back home to recharge the battery from remote areas of my property, I will be buying a replacement additional battery that has more amperage than the original (2.4 vs 1.5). As for sawing, it is slow compared with the gas chainsaws, but it is light and very impressive in its ability to cut thru sizable branches and smaller tree trunks. Well worth the money for cleanup, but not for cutting firewood.
Thu Sep 15 00:00:00 MDT 2011az003 Rating:4.0
It is light weight, but not as powerful as I had hoped. It will do most of what I need it for which is to prune small branches and I like the fact that I am not using gasoline...
Tue Nov 01 00:00:00 MDT 2011fgfgfgfgfg Rating:3.0
Good for it's intended pupose.. Don't expect to cut up a tree without charging the battery a dozen times.
Tue Mar 13 00:00:00 MDT 2012kevinbor Rating:4.0
Very light. Great battery life. Charges the battery in under an hour. Easy to use. I was able to use this on/off for an hour & still had some charge left.
Wed Jul 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012xrxyryzrz Rating:5.0
A walnut tree was hit by a passing motorist and it fell on the road. This was the first time I used this product and it did exactly what it said it would do. Cut through the walnut (hard wood)branches with little difficulty. Lithium battery lasted long enough with power to spare .I was impressed that it was able to cut through six inch branches and by removing the branches was able to move the trunk. I would recommend this saw to everyone. No cord or gas to worry about.
Wed Feb 05 00:00:00 MST 2014crossi Rating:4.0
I like the saw it is a little heavy but works well for trimming our palms. Wish it had a detachable head for close in trimming other than that it is a good saw.
Tue Aug 12 00:00:00 MDT 2014indianjake Rating:5.0
Great, used it the last three weekends to trim up trees. Would have paid someone else much more to do it. I'm 62 and had no trouble handling the saw.
Tue Dec 03 00:00:00 MST 2013pietro12 Rating:3.0
It's fine to use for branches less than 6" in caliper but not for even a small tree removal or stump. The blade just doesn't revolve fast enough with the power needed to take care of more significant work. Keeping the tension on the chain is difficult as you can't get enough torc that tightens the pin because of its location between the chain and handle.
Mon Sep 23 00:00:00 MDT 2013silverlion711 Rating:5.0
Wen pole saw works perfectly and allows you to cut in tight hard to get at places with ease.
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