GreenWorks DigiPro G-MAX 40V Li-Ion 16-Inch Cordless Chainsaw

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Brand NameGreenworks
Model20312
Rating★★★★½ 
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$219.99 


Make your life easier with this cordless GreenWorks DigiPro G-MAX 16-inch Chainsaw. The innovative brushless motor technology provides up to 80% longer life and up to 30% more torque, it also creates less noise and lower vibration for user comfort, making this the first battery powered chainsaw that can replace your old gas chainsaw.

This is the perfect chainsaw for users of all experience, whether it is your first time or a veteran, you can get started within seconds compared to the hard to manage pull cords, the mixing of oil and gas, the fumes and the mess. Featuring a heavy duty 16-inch Oregon bar and chain, .0375 chain pitch, safety chain brake, metal bucking spikes and an automatic oiler, you will find the torque and durability of this chainsaw to meet your expectations.

Available with a G-MAX 40V 4ah Li-Ion Battery or Tool Only, the G-MAX System is compatible with 14 different lawn tools to offer a complete yard work solution for the serious lawn care home owner. When looking for the right gas comparable lawn tools, GreenWorks G-MAX System is the right solution to turn to with the power and performance, longer run time and versatility to get the job done.

Features & Benefits

  • Powerful DigiPro brushless motor technology delivers greater performance with up to 100 cuts on a single charge
  • Compatible with GreenWorks G-MAX 40V Li-Ion System for higher efficiency and longer run time with an assortment of tools to complete your yard work
  • 16″ Oregon Bar and Chain cuts up to 30″ logs. The longest bar and chain on any cordless chainsaw yet
  • Brushless motor delivers up to 30% more torque for the greatest cutting performance
  • Brushless motor design offers up to 70% less vibration for user comfort while working
  • Chain brake and low kickback chain for increased user safety
  • Electric motor gets you started within seconds and eliminates the hassle of gas pull cords and hazardous fumes
  • Tool-less chain tensioning for quick adjustments so you can get back to the task at hand
  • Includes 4AH Battery and Charger

 Customer Reviews

Green Works 16" Chain saw
Did some serious cutting with this 40 volt Green Work 16" saw and my Green Work's 18 inch 80 volt chain saw.
I am slowly cutting some big up to 20 inch large Oak Trees from last hurricane in S.C.

I used the 40 volt 16 inch saw to do most of the limb cutting and cut back on the main tree to a certain point. When new you need to check the chain saw tighter about every three or so many cuts to keep chain tight. My chain came loose a couple of times due to looseness and not cutting the large limbs properly. Was no problem to put back on.

You have too, even with a gas powered saw. Watch how you cut, so as not to bind the chain. This saw is cuts very well. The 4 amp battery last a good while. Being I am 66 years old. The batteries last much longer than me. I and my wife cut one tree back to one third of tree left . Worked about three hours with both Green Works saws. Batteries did not run down. Had two bars left on both batteries. The 4 Amp batteries are heavier but put out a lot of power and last longer than the 2 AMP batteries.

What is left of the tree I will finish cutting down with my 590 Echo Timber Wolf Saw. If you keep your chain saw chains sharp and use these 40 volt Green Works 16 inch and the 18 inch 80 volt Green Works chain saw for what they are designed to do. They work really well. I like both of mine a bunch. Will wait and see how they hold up overtime. With a lifetime warranty on the motor and warranty on the batteries/charger. Great deal.

P.S. I bought that Japan made Katanaboy hand saw from Wal- Mart. It is a big winner as well.J78WMF
Green Works 16" Chain saw
Did some serious cutting with this 40 volt Green Work 16" saw and my Green Work's 18 inch 80 volt chain saw.
I am slowly cutting some big up to 20 inch large Oak Trees from last hurricane in S.C.

I used the 40 volt 16 inch saw to do most of the limb cutting and cut back on the main tree to a certain point. When new you need to check the chain saw tighter about every three or so many cuts to keep chain tight. My chain came loose a couple of times due to looseness and not cutting the large limbs properly. Was no problem to put back on.

You have too, even with a gas powered saw. Watch how you cut, so as not to bind the chain. This saw is cuts very well. The 4 amp battery last a good while. Being I am 66 years old. The batteries last much longer than me. I and my wife cut one tree back to one third of tree left . Worked about three hours with both Green Works saws. Batteries did not run down. Had two bars left on both batteries. The 4 Amp batteries are heavier but put out a lot of power and last longer than the 2 AMP batteries.

What is left of the tree I will finish cutting down with my 590 Echo Timber Wolf Saw. If you keep your chain saw chains sharp and use these 40 volt Green Works 16 inch and the 18 inch 80 volt Green Works chain saw for what they are designed to do. They work really well. I like both of mine a bunch. Will wait and see how they hold up overtime. With a lifetime warranty on the motor and warranty on the batteries/charger. Great deal.

P.S. I bought that Japan made Katanaboy hand saw from Wal- Mart. It is a big winner as well.J78WMF
My second Greenworks saw
I bought this saw to have a lighter saw for use at home. I have a Greenworks 80V saw for farm use some distance away. Both saws are well worth the money.
I don't use chainsaws enough to be comfortable with them. An electric saw is simpler to operate and seems to me to be safer--less noise, no smoke, and you don't start the saw until you have it in position to make the cut. The batteries have all the capacity that I need and more. If you plan on doing extended saw work you may want a second battery.pgc1123
Greenworks DigiPro w/GMax Battery
Great pricing and fast shipping from the vendor. Chainsaw has plenty of power and the 4ah battery power is an excellent match for this tool. Easy to clean fiberous debris around the chainsaw's drive mechanism by removal of the side plate.Wally
Great compared to gas saw
I had a chance to use this when several 3" limbs came down. This saw is quiet and about as powerful as my 16" gas chainsaw. Charged the battery and went to work. All I did was press the on button and away I went. Also, between jobs it laid idly silent while I gathered up the cut limbs...nice and quiet. After about 20 cuts the battery was still showing full. Amazing. I'll never go back to gas.Mikelets456
Surprised at the power.
Just bought this about 2 week ago and have already cut 3/4 cord of wood. Have always had gas chainsaws or small electric chain saws. This saw is comparable to my gas chainsaw. The nice thing is not having to mix gas or pull start it. Would buy again.earlcptclnr
Too early to be sure...
I have only used the saw for a short test run, but am very happy with it so far. Quieter than expected, and more powerful. I subtracted one star because of the weight; it's a bit too heavy for me to use as I would a lighter, corded chainsaw.Caripea
Performs as advertised
I have only used once, and not long enough to evaluate battery life. Did cut a full tailgate full of oak wood. Cut through 10 inch post oak as well as a small good quality chain saw. I use Stihl for my main fire wood. If I had used for a while I could give it a 5 star if it lasts lone enough on a battery and continues to performRichard
Good Unit BUT
The motor and battery on this unit and overall weight and build indicates a heavy duty unit. BUT, the chain and chain bar are lightweight and chinzy. After 15 minutes of cutting the chain flew off the bar. After reinstalling it and retightening the chain and bar adjustments working ok again. This is not for heavy duty cutting. The motor, however, is pretty heavy duty.BranchCutter
Light to handle and easy enough to use
Bought to cut down dead tree. cheaper than hiring someone. Had 3 bent teeth on chain. Once straightened those it was easier to get chain back on blade. Still did not tighten enough. Got the job done. I'm 69 and really don't see myself using it for much else. Still like doing things myself.GG

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