Greenworks 18-Inch 14.5 Amp Corded Chainsaw 20332

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Brand Name Greenworks
Model 20332
Rating ★★★¾☆ 
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$70.47  47.02% off

Greenworks 20332. Features: Powerful 14.5 Amp motor delivers solid cutting power. Sturdy 18-inch bar with a reliable chain. Tears through trees and branches at 6,000 RPM. Tool-less chain tension adjustment system with quick adjustment knob. Rear handle design provides excellent control, especially during overhead use. Over-molded handle for increased user comfort.. Mechanical chain brake makes for safer cutting. Auto-oiler with clear-view window for easy oil level checks.

Greenworks 18-Inch 14.5 Amp Corded Chainsaw 20332Greenworks 18-Inch 14.5 Amp Corded Chainsaw 20332Greenworks 18-Inch 14.5 Amp Corded Chainsaw 20332Greenworks 18-Inch 14.5 Amp Corded Chainsaw 20332
Greenworks 18-Inch 14.5 Amp Corded Chainsaw 20332
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Works 14.5 Amp Electric Corded 18" Chain Saw:14.5 Amp electric motor starts within seconds and delivers powerful torque to complete the job
Greenworks Chain Saw, 18" Oregon bar and chain, ideal for cutting branches and logs
Tool-less chain tensioning for quick adjustments so you can get back to the task at hand
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 Customer Reviews

So far so good
Have had the saw for a week. Used for clearing two large trees down due to Hurricane Matthew; i am pleased with ease of use, safety, efficiency.PaulBunyan
Worth it..
Bought this and the weather won't cooperate so haven't had a chance to put it through all it's paces. I have the pole saw and it did so well went for the chainsaw. Needed something with more to it. This fit the bill. Why electric you ask? Ever try starting one when it's cold, or start and stop repeatedly, gas doesn't like to start on a short notice in cold weather. Electric goes at the push of a button. In an emergency no hunting for gas or 2 cycle oil, just plug and go. Even a generator or power inverter. It's just easier, cleaner, better for the environment.trlinde
Quick an Easy to Use
Looking at the forestry industry, I struggle calling this a chainsaw, but it is an excellent tree trimmer. I have used it a lot, and it is easy to wield while on a ladder (or up a tree). It's been used to whack off some pretty good size branches, even some medium sized trunks, and has worked flawlessly. Like a chainsaw, remember to keep it sharp, check its oil regularly and be safe (...because the limb you whack could be your own!!).CleanPhil

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