March 3, 2021

Greenworks Pro 60V Chainsaw Video Review

Greenworks 60V chainsaw video review

Gen 2 Greenworks Pro 60V Chainsaw Add More Power, Better Features

We were pleased with the performance we saw in the last 60V chainsaw from Greenworks. When the latest model came in boasting more power, we decided to put the updated Greenworks Pro 60V chainsaw through the same kind of testing as the old one to see how much of a difference it really makes. Our friend Eli Mosley  had some oaks to work on, so we headed out to his place to put the saw through its paces.


  • More power and speed than the previous 60V model
  • Metal bucking spikes
  • Now includes a standard tooth chain instead of a skip tooth
  • Dual captured nut bar retention system


  • Kitted 2.0Ah battery may not give you the runtime you need for larger projects

We really like the boost in performance this Greenworks Pro 60V chainsaw has over the previous model. While the former model got the job done, power boost pushes beyond what general homeowners need and settles into performance larger property owners can take advantage of. For general tree maintenance, the 2.0Ah battery that comes in the kit works great. However, grab a 5.0Ah battery or two if you’re planning on taking trees out completely or maintaining larger properties.

Read the Full Greenworks 60 Pro Chainsaw Written Review Here

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