Electric Chain Saw


Just an fyi on the dewalt saw from the project farm video. They have a version 2.0 now that addresses the issues with the 1.0 one now IIRC, that vid is 2 years old.

The big one being they now have metal falling spikes on the saws. Which is nice as I, and I assume many others, are trapped in the yellow eco system due to batteries and tools already owned lol



I sold my Stihls and bought the EGO 56V 18" chain saw - tested it out on a fallen 16" pine tree in the corner of my back yard.
Walked through it "like buttah" - for my needs this thing is going to work just fine - especially since I have three batteries that will work on it.
I got a padded case off amazon for carrying it in the Land Rover on trail rides - no more stinky stale gas smell!


I have 2 Greenworks chainsaws. A 16 inch 40v and 18 inch 80v. Both exceeded my expectations and cut like butta! The 40v is 7 years old and leaks chain lube some, but not bad. The 18 inch leaks nothing and tackles everything. I have 5 acres wit 4 acres of trees and use both all the time. Would never go back to petrol. Take the 18 inch on trails but never needed. Makes so much more sense than ax, saw, or beaver teeth!


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im a Milwaukee guy. The 18v chainsaw works amazingly well, so good that my gas sthils hardly ever get used. I thought I’d post today as I went Jeep camping last weekend so instead of grabbing the Milwaukee 18 I threw in there small 12v handheld unit. I was absolutely blown away. It’s now found a permanent home in my camper, it’s amazing how much you can cut through. Obviously not as fast but it ran long enough on a 6.0 battery to chop plenty of wood for a 3 day trip.

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