BLACK+DECKER 18 V Lithium-Ion 25 cm Chainsaw £115.99 @ Amazon
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BLACK+DECKER 18 V Lithium-Ion 25 cm Chainsaw £115.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Mar
  • POWERFUL MOTOR High performance, quiet and easy to maintain
  • LOW-KICKBACK CHAIN For smooth and fast cuts through dry wood and live logs
  • Patented SDS TOOL-FREE BLADE TENSION Makes it easy to adjust chain for best cutting performance
  • AUTO OILING SYSTEM Keeps chain and bar constantly Lubricated With window to gauge oil level
  • EFFICIENT CUT CAPACITY large in diameter logs
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Got one of these and tried it out over the weekend. Seems ok with some good and some bad points.
Personally I would go with Makita for an 18v chainsaw for the extra money although most cost effective if you already have a 18v battery. Good that this comes with one.
morpheus2 h, 54 m ago

Got one of these and tried it out over the weekend. Seems ok with some …Got one of these and tried it out over the weekend. Seems ok with some good and some bad points.


Wow. You ever thought about writing reviews full time?
theskippies2 h, 16 m ago

Wow. You ever thought about writing reviews full time?


I was going to call you a smart arse but the smart bit might be too generous....

Was on my phone at the time so want going to tap out a 10,000 word essay. Happy to expand on it if anyone's interested but didn't expect many to be interested to be honest.
Edited by: "morpheus" 26th Mar
morpheus26th Mar

I was going to call you a smart arse but the smart bit might be too …I was going to call you a smart arse but the smart bit might be too generous....Was on my phone at the time so want going to tap out a 10,000 word essay. Happy to expand on it if anyone's interested but didn't expect many to be interested to be honest.


would like a bit more info just out of curiosity tbh but prefer petrol saws thanks
It's nice and lightweight which is good to carry around and handle, plus none of the mess or noise with a petrol model.
On the bad side, because it is light it can bounce around a bit on harder woods. I've also found the battery life terrible in mine. Lasts about 40 cuts on medium hardness wood which is obviously terrible.
Anyone got a chainsaw I can borrow? Need one for a day and rental looks like about £60 which seems way too high!
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