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  • This compact, lightweight design is easy to use for all your small limb trimming needs
  • 14-inch low-kickback bar and chain with 8-amp electric motor for powerful trimming

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New HUSQVARNA 460 Rancher 24" 60.3cc 3.2Hp Gas Powered Chain Saw XTorq Chainsaw

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Mhlengi Gwala: Chainsaw attack athlete wants to compete again ...

Mhlengi Gwala: Chainsaw attack athlete wants to compete again ...

March 9, 2018 - BBC News

Mhlengi Gwala tells the BBC he hopes a further operation will save his legs so he can compete again....

Mhlengi Gwala: Thousands raised for chainsaw attack athlete

Mhlengi Gwala: Thousands raised for chainsaw attack athlete

March 8, 2018 - BBC News

A crowdfunding campaign has raised more than $33,000 (£24,000) for the South African athlete who was attacked by a gang who tried to saw his legs off. The fund was set up on Wednesday after news of the horrific attack on Mhlengi Gwala began to spread...

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Family Force 5 - Chainsaw Official Music Video (Feat. Tedashii)

Special edition of "Chainsaw" (Feat. Tedashii) is available on any digital platform (iTunes, amazon.com, CDBaby, etc.): http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/familyforce56 https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/cha...

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Its Terrifying Times

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Its Terrifying Times

Skyhorse Publishing Inc.. 2018

When Tobe Hooper’s low-budget slasher film, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, opened in theaters in 1974, it was met in equal measure with disgust and reverence. The film—in which a group of teenagers meet a gruesome end when they stumble upon a ramshackle farmhouse of psychotic killers—was outright banned in several countries and was pulled from many American theaters after complaints of its violence. Despite the mixed reception from critics, it was enormously profitable at the domestic box office and has since secured its place as one of the most influential horror movies ever made. In The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Its Terrifying Times, cultural critic Joseph Lanza turns his attentions to the production, reception, social climate, and impact of this controversial movie that rattled the...

Modern Lumberjacking

Modern Lumberjacking

Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.. 2016

Timber! Learn how to wield a chainsaw safely—and other lumberjacking skills. While the lumberjack look may be trending among the fashion-forward crowd, lumberjacking is a useful real-world skill. An amateur with a chainsaw or an ax is dangerous to both people and property. Fortunately, experienced woodsman and outdoor writer Len McDougall shares his thorough knowledge of how to fell trees the right way—safely—with the use of a chainsaw, handsaw, hatchet, and ax in Modern Lumberjacking. In addition to providing tips for bringing trees down, he also includes information on: Wood identification How to buck logs properly How to stack and age logs Lumberjacking knots And more! Because safety is a priority, McDougall provides color photos and detailed line drawings throughout to carefully...

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6 Comments
  1. I had a semi-dead Cottonwood tree that was over 70ft tall and 21 inches in diameter. If it fell, it would take-out power, cable & phones lines. I have an old 16″ Homelite XL that I’ve had for years that needed a chain & bar, and I realized that I only use it every year or 2, it spent all of it’s time in the shed. I was tired of mixing gas & oil plus having the leftover go sour. I ran across this WORX saw on Amazon and decided to research it. I didn’t find many helpful reviews as most bought this to saw-up limbs & branches after a storm, and I needed it for a monster tree. I am 65yrs old and in relatively good health. I have felled many trees in my day but couldn’t do this tree in 1-shot because of the utility lines. Setting-up the ladder and climbing up & down it was the hardest part of my chore….. THIS SAW MADE THE JOB EASY!!! After topping the tree, I came down to where the trunk forked into 2 huge limbs that were each 13 inches in diameter. I know some will doubt me but this saw went through them like hot butter!!! This left me with the main trunk and like I stated earlier, it was 21 inches thru… I cut it about 6 inches above the ground and working my way around 3 sides of it, the saw went right through it. I did cut it about halfway thru and then drove a wooden wedge in behind the blade to keep it from pinching. I can not say enough about how GOOD and POWERFUL this saw is. When ordering I ordered an extra chain, a quart of bar oil, and a heavy duty 100ft 15amp extension cord. I needed the cord, but could have saved money by not purchasing the chain and oil because the tree is now completely cut-up and the chain is still sharp… and the bar oil reservoir still has oil in it (using only the oil that came with the saw). If you’re looking for a commercial saw, this wouldn’t be it, but for work around your house.. THIS SAW WILL DO THE JOB! and…. You’ll never have to mix gas & oil again!!!…. me either! 🙂 With a generator you can cut wood anywhere!! lolI hardly ever post reviews, but I’m amazed how far technology has come, and the power this electric saw has… It’s no toy!!!

  2. Under powered compared to a gas model but I pretty much expected that. Good value for the price.

  3. This is a nice little chainsaw. Cuts up wood quickly and easily. It needs extension cords and can’t be used in the rain or far from the house. Obviously cause it is electric. It worked well for removing a dead bush I had and to cut some branches for kindling. I still have a lot of work to use it for.

  4. A massive oak tree, 6 ft diameter, at the base, fell in a wind storm and crushed my car. I bought this WORK chainsaw to cut it up. Yes, with an 18 inch bar. It was phenomenal, cut easily and fast. Didn’t need to sharpen chain till 3/4 way through the job. I get amazing, [almost faces of unbelief] stares from men when they find it’s electric. Just haven’t cut the last 16 feet of the trunk, which goes from 3 feet to 6 feet. Cut from both sides of the tree to get to the middle, once is was thicker than 18 inches in diameter. I repeat, despite twists, and pressure points, in a fallen tree, on a crushed car, and a damaged roof, this chainsaw cut easily, fast, without any hassles. Of course I had to use common sense in cutting through the pressure points, cutting from underneath, too. Cost me $107. Works now as if I had just begun cutting. Absolutely amazing deal for a $100 chain saw. I have pics!

  5. Did the WORX 18″ Electric Chain Saw meet my expectations? Absolutely not. It ridiculously exceeded them. I own several saws, a 20″ Huskvarna and a smaller electric (corded) saw. For this particular project I was cutting down some very large (36″-48″ in diameter) “petrified” tree trunks. The trees had been dead for many years and had long been cleared of all branches. The wood was white and as hard as steel. The Huskvarna saw was getting through it, but it was tough, averaging 30+ minutes per cut. I felt bad, as the gas saw was running at full throttle during these cuts and (I felt) was really disturbing the neighboring houses which were very close. A few weeks ago I decided to convert to an electric corded saw and complete the project that way. I was cautious, to say the least, about what I purchased, needing it to be a real tool and not a toy. The WORX 18″ saw has been amazing, out performing the Huskvarna. It goes through Bar and Chain oil fairly quickly, bus as I mentioned, my cuts are averaging about 30 minutes each. The oil reservoir is generously sized. I ordered a second chain at the time of purchase, to be able to rotate them out, as needed. As is the case with any chainsaw, you need to be careful to not hit the dirt, as it will kill the edge on your chain very quickly. Probably the best feature overall is the (super easy and very well designed) automatic chain tightening feature. It is brilliant and works super well. Kudos to WORX for researching and building a really excellent saw. It will be my first choice for most of my sawing projects in the future. Neil Carlberg, Greeley, CO

  6. Use the saw a few times on light limbs, does ok. However, be aware its not long for this world! Mine has started slipping internally and doesn’t provide much torque to blade now. There is a slip clutch inside that seems to need adjusting or is broken. I have emailed Sun Joe! Stand by for update!UPDATE: After contacting the best customer service department ever, they replaced the saw. All I was asking for was repair help! I wished the sold pickup trucks because FORD sucks!

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