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Best Battery-Powered Chainsaw Shootout


…hainsaw under $400 (ish). SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS The Best Battery-Powered Chainsaw: The Saws The chainsaw kits that made the cut, (sorry about that), in alphabetical order: DeWalt DCCS690H1: 40V Max; 6.0 Ah battery (we also tested the DCCS690M1 kit with 4.0 amp hour battery) DeWalt Flexvolt DCCS670X1: 60V Max; 3.0 Ah battery Echo CCS-58V4AH: 58V; 4.0 Ah battery EGO Power+ CS1604: 56V; 5.0 Ah battery Greenworks G-Max Digi Pro 20312: 40V Max; 4.0 A…


GreenWorks 80V Chainsaw Review


…verage the long bar to get a fast, accurate cut every time. GreenWorks 80V Chainsaw vs EGO 56V Chainsaw The GreenWorks 80V chainsaw vs the EGO 56V chainsaw was another matter entirely. We liked both saws, through the GreenWorks edged out the EGO 56V in power. The EGO chainsaw will run for a lot longer, however—making more cuts and letting you get more work done. We have to admit, though, the EGO chainsaw looks a bit like a toy. You’ll like u…


EGO 56V Cordless Chainsaw Review


…ild Quality and Features The first thing you’ll notice about the EGO chainsaw is that it doesn’t look like any chainsaw you’ve ever seen—and we’ve done several cordless chainsaw reviews. It’s like the engineers at Chervon (EGO’s parent company) simply decided to make a functioning tool and toss conventional design cues out the window. For example, EGO opted to balance the tool by placing the battery underneath t…


Greenworks 60V Chainsaw CS60L210 Review


…30.99 Greenworks Pro 60-volt Lithium Ion 16-in Brushless Cordless Electric Chainsaw (Chainsaw Only, Battery/charger Not Included) Price: Out of stock ‹ › Runtime So I’m a really bad person and didn’t actually count the number of cuts I made. It’s a tough metric to quantify, anyway. You have the diameters of the cuts, the species of the tree, temperature… you get the idea. What I can tell you is that I took down roughly 3/4-…


Kobalt 80V Chainsaw Review


…stores, there are some undeniable similarities between the Greenworks 80V Chainsaw and the Kobalt 80V Chainsaw – and their entire 80V lineups. So yes, there’s some technology sharing going on. Does that make them the same exact tool? Not necessarily. Editor’s Note: This is the original review based on our experience when the chainsaw first came out, but the ratings have been updated to reflect its performance against others its…


Echo CS-400 Chainsaw Review


…a chainsaw can be a little tricky because we have found that people treat chainsaws and their brands like they do their vehicles. Ford hates Chevy, Dodge is better than Toyota… you get the idea. When we agreed to review the ECHO CS-400 18″ Chainsaw it was with the knowledge that we were going to put it into the hands of some guys who had years and years of professional tree trimming under their belts. The trouble was, they both used a competing…


STIHL MSA 200 C Chainsaw Review – Battery Powered


…nce still make this a great buy. For more information: STIHL 36V MSA 200 C Chainsaw STIHL MSA 200 C Chainsaw Specifications Powerhead Weight: 7.3 lbs. w/o battery Weight: 11.0 lbs. w/AP 300 battery Guide Bar Lengths: 10″ to 14″ Rollomatic E Mini Chain Oil Capacity: 210 cc (7.4 oz.) Run Time: Up to 45 Minutes (w/ AP 300) Chain: Oilomatic 1/4″ STIHL Picco Power Source: AP 300, 36-volt Lithium-Ion, 6.0 Ah (227 Wh) MSRP: ~$600 (MSA 2…


Husqvarna 36V Chainsaw: This is Lithium-Ion Powered?


…hey required. Two cases in point – Husqvarna’s Electric Corded Chainsaw and their Limbing Gas Chainsaw. The T536 LiXP turns that 36V battery into power that puts out over 65 feet per second of chain speed. The corded Husqvarna 316EL? Just 45 feet per second. The Husqvarna T435 seems to be the model that the Husqvarna 36V Chainsaw is designed to replace. The T435 spins at just under 63 feet per second. It’s pretty clear that desig…