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Chainsaw on sale £34.99 at Screwfix

£34.99 @ Screwfix
Cheapest I've seen it and gets excellent reviews. Electric chainsaw with powerful motor, 13.5m/sec chain speed and automatic chain lubrication. Chain brake activates in less than 0.1 seconds for ad…
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Cheapest I've seen it and gets excellent reviews.

Electric chainsaw with powerful motor, 13.5m/sec chain speed and automatic chain lubrication. Chain brake activates in less than 0.1 seconds for added operator safety. Suitable for cutting firewood. Replacement chain available (Code 7574F).

40.5cm Bar
2000W
13.5m/sec Chain Speed
Automatic Chain Lubrication
Without SDS
Automatic Chain Brake
2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee (T&Cs Apply)
Weight 5.2kg
- Geemac
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furbars
Had mine a couple of years now, well with the money and very safe to use.


I would never describe a chainsaw as safe.

I use mine regularly with full safety equipment & it scares the life out of me every time.

Having a chainsaw is like having a pet velociraptor, absolute beast & very effective but the moment you become complacent & turn your back on it; is the day when it's all over.
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I don't always need a chainsaw, but when I do, it's normally when I've come to realise 52% of a population need beheading.
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DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?



Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.
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Contentious, but particularly for a chainsaw of this price, I would just use vegetable (rapeseed) oil to lubricate it. Opinions greatly differ on the use of veg oil and I would be first to admit I wouldn't use it in a £500+ chainsaw but for the use a £35 chainsaw would get I would say it would be fine. I have been using bog standard supermarket veg oil in my Bosch electric chainsaw for the past 3 years without problem.

For some discussion :
http://www.swog.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=103
http://arbtalk.co.uk/forum/chainsaws/551-veg-oil-chain-oil.html
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10 Likes #1
Groovy
banned 12 Likes #2
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2 Likes #3
Ideal for sawing up mannequins.
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/eKv2CNCgcAs/hqdefault.jpg
1 Like #4
Great saw for the money helped me out on a few occasions and saved me a fortune :)
1 Like #5
Had mine a couple of years now, well with the money and very safe to use.
#6
What thickness of wood could this cut through?
5 Likes #7
That looks like a bargain mate, cheers. Don't have a use for it yet, but God damn it I'll find one.
1 Like #8
Resseh
Groovy


​It's a trick. Get an axe.
4 Likes #9
Wife wants one,not sure what for women eh,heat added.
1 Like #10
literally bought this two days ago and it is more powerful than I thought it would be
The link below gives a good assembly guide
YouTube Vid
1 Like #11
Would this cut up a body?
47 Likes #12
furbars
Had mine a couple of years now, well with the money and very safe to use.


I would never describe a chainsaw as safe.

I use mine regularly with full safety equipment & it scares the life out of me every time.

Having a chainsaw is like having a pet velociraptor, absolute beast & very effective but the moment you become complacent & turn your back on it; is the day when it's all over.
2 Likes #13
Resseh
Groovy

Came here to post that comment. Glad to see it's already been done.

Hail to the king, baby
4 Likes #14
Ordered, along with spare chain and 1L of oil.

Now I just need to find something to cut.
14 Likes #15
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?



Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.
3 Likes #16
We have this. It's good value for money and if you have a few large shrubs or small trees to clear it will pay for itself. I would say 3 or 4 inches is the thickest it will cut in one go.

Note that you need chainsaw oil to use it and ours didn't come with any so buy some from Screwfix.

Also, buy the face mask as wood chips can fly up into your face. Look on You Tube for advice on using chain saws safely. Our model stops as soon as you release the pressure on the button - it stops dead, it doesn't keep going as it slows down. This makes it less worrying to use but they can still be dangerous if you don't use common sense.
#17
A quality piece of kit and a bargain at this price. Remember to order the chainsaw oil too though.
1 Like #18
A quality piece of kit, especially for this price. Remember to order chainsaw oil too.
#19
tomwenn
That looks like a bargain mate, cheers. Don't have a use for it yet, but God damn it I'll find one.

don't you have a mother in law to chase or some kids you want to scare? ;)

basil :D
2 Likes #20
willhay555
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?



Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.


oO
13 Likes #21
Contentious, but particularly for a chainsaw of this price, I would just use vegetable (rapeseed) oil to lubricate it. Opinions greatly differ on the use of veg oil and I would be first to admit I wouldn't use it in a £500+ chainsaw but for the use a £35 chainsaw would get I would say it would be fine. I have been using bog standard supermarket veg oil in my Bosch electric chainsaw for the past 3 years without problem.

For some discussion :
http://www.swog.org.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=103
http://arbtalk.co.uk/forum/chainsaws/551-veg-oil-chain-oil.html
2 Likes #22
willhay555
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?



Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.


​no it doesn't- it still splatters everywhere
2 Likes #23
michaelgell
willhay555
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?



Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.


​no it doesn't- it still splatters everywhere


oOoO
3 Likes #24
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?
Yes very easily! but I personally would freeze the body solid for two days in a deep freezer to make less mess.
2 Likes #25
I've been looking for one of these and a new clown suit,my old ones were confiscated!oO
#26
Chainsaws scare me, used ahead one to cut some sleepers and it was like going through butter.
#27
Does this run on a chargeable battery or does it need to be plugged in to use?
1 Like #28
JJ85407
Does this run on a chargeable battery or does it need to be plugged in to use?
I think the clue is in the title.

:-)
#29
JJ85407
Does this run on a chargeable battery or does it need to be plugged in to use?

If only there was a link to click on, that would give you that info!
16 Likes #30
I don't always need a chainsaw, but when I do, it's normally when I've come to realise 52% of a population need beheading.
#31
JJ85407
Does this run on a chargeable battery or does it need to be plugged in to use?
It's electric, so you can't use it to go on a mad rampage!
4 Likes #32
I would suggest minimally purchasing a face guard and some chainsaw safety trousers and suitable gloves to go with the chainsaw. I understand this particular chainsaw can stop in 0.1sec but a chainsaw can still do a lot of damage to flesh and bone in 0.1 secs ! oO
2 Likes #33
willhay555
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?

Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.

Amateur, everyone knows to wrap the whole room in plastic, then put body parts in a black sack and dispose of at sea.
2 Likes #34
willhay555
DAMNOME
Would this cut up a body?

Yes, but wrap the body in cling film first, it reduces splatter.

Dexter is your guide.
1 Like #35
Great price for a serious injury.
#36
You can use essentially any oil if you are not bothered with environment/or combustion if used for firewood.
1 Like #37
This is a great piece of kit. I bought mine about a year ago for what I thought was a great price of £49. I've used it nearly every week for log cutting, small tree felling and general garden tidying. I've cut through 12" logs with no problem. A very hot deal for me
7 Likes #38
If you are not trained to use one, do some research before you first use a chainsaw. They are generally easy to use, but also scarily easy to seriously hurt yourself (or someone else) with.
1 Like #39
hielliot
What thickness of wood could this cut through?


​Theoretically 80cm if you are well trained.
#40
VDisillusioned
If you are not trained to use one, do some research before you first use a chainsaw. They are generally easy to use, but also scarily easy to seriously hurt yourself (or someone else) with.


​thanks for this, I found the following useful for my what I was trying to do:

" 36) The vibration set up by “sounding” a live or dead tree with an axe or even from a turning chain saw chain can cause a “Widow Maker” or even the entire tree to fall on you."

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