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BLACK+DECKER 18V Cordless Alligator Lopper Chainsaw with 2.0Ah Lithium Ion Battery £119.99 @ Amazon
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BLACK+DECKER 18V Cordless Alligator Lopper Chainsaw with 2.0Ah Lithium Ion Battery £119.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 7th Apr

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Good for lockdown Garden maintenance. Safer than a Chainsaw and less effort than a manual saw or axe.


Powerful 18V 2Ah Li-Ion battery cordless system
Lopper style dual switch handles
Lightweight and easy to use
Large cutting capacity up to 100 mm
Fully enclosed bar and chain for improved safety
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Very handy for home made pizza......... you'll see
For killing Baby Locust.
Found mine very useful, particularly for cutting up loose pieces of wood which my chainsaw would just spit across the ground. Gets very heavy to hold pretty quickly though and the oil reservoir is pathetic. It requires oil to be added every ~10mins of use and is done through a weird rubber bung with a small plastic bottle that I instantly lost. I replaced with a 3 in 1 oil bottle that I filled with chainsaw oil. You have no view or even idea if the oil really is in there. Other than that, great tool.

Edit: Just noticed this is battery powered. Mine is the mains powered version but I assume the weight/function is much the same.
Edited by: "KingBurger" 8th Apr
KingBurger08/04/2020 07:58

Found mine very useful, particularly for cutting up loose pieces of wood …Found mine very useful, particularly for cutting up loose pieces of wood which my chainsaw would just spit across the ground. Gets very heavy to hold pretty quickly though and the oil reservoir is pathetic. It requires oil to be added every ~10mins of use and is done through a weird rubber bung with a small plastic bottle that I instantly lost. I replaced with a 3 in 1 oil bottle that I filled with chainsaw oil. You have no view or even idea if the oil really is in there. Other than that, great tool.Edit: Just noticed this is battery powered. Mine is the mains powered version but I assume the weight/function is much the same.


Thanks for the review - I would imagine this may be slightly less powerful than a mains-powered version, but gains extra flexibility perhaps?
daf0008/04/2020 08:10

Thanks for the review - I would imagine this may be slightly less powerful …Thanks for the review - I would imagine this may be slightly less powerful than a mains-powered version, but gains extra flexibility perhaps?


With a 2.0Ah battery, yes it will be considerably less powerful.
Hi have this, as the other poster suggested after a while the weight does, become an issue the other annoying thing is can't recall how long the battery lasts but it never lasts long enough for me as when I start plan in what I want to trim back need good weather, get the ladders out, after x time off chopping, the battery died and your stuck for the whole day, I also have the worx equivalent that is by far heavier, best safe chainsaw I have is the bosch pole saw with extension pole and hedge trimmer attachment the corded version, my go too out the 3 and you are not limited to tree width I have, I did also have a real chainsaw scared the life out of me,
Edited by: "sidhoooooo" 8th Apr
KingBurger08/04/2020 08:19

With a 2.0Ah battery, yes it will be considerably less powerful.


Ah affects how long it will last, voltage will affect the power of it. Will still definitely be less useful than mains though
B&D pretty rubbish these days (trading on a famous name) and an 18v/2Ah battery powered one of these will be neither powerful nor last very long on a charge.
GST1108/04/2020 09:18

Ah affects how long it will last, voltage will affect the power of it. …Ah affects how long it will last, voltage will affect the power of it. Will still definitely be less useful than mains though



Nope, it can make it less powerful as well as it limits the load of the motor. Plenty of YouTube videos and tests out there if you need proof.
Edited by: "KingBurger" 8th Apr
sidhoooooo08/04/2020 08:48

Hi have this, as the other poster suggested after a while the weight does, …Hi have this, as the other poster suggested after a while the weight does, become an issue the other annoying thing is can't recall how long the battery lasts but it never lasts long enough for me as when I start plan in what I want to trim back need good weather, get the ladders out, after x time off chopping, the battery died and your stuck for the whole day, I also have the worx equivalent that is by far heavier, best safe chainsaw I have is the bosch pole saw with extension pole and hedge trimmer attachment the corded version, my go too out the 3 and you are not limited to tree width I have, I did also have a real chainsaw scared the life out of me,



Stihl have the gta 26 out, light, one handed use, about 1 and a half hr to charge and not much more than this. As with all battery tools you would really want 2. Quite a few demo vids on youtube.
kabs08/04/2020 14:31

Stihl have the gta 26 out, light, one handed use, about 1 and a half hr to …Stihl have the gta 26 out, light, one handed use, about 1 and a half hr to charge and not much more than this. As with all battery tools you would really want 2. Quite a few demo vids on youtube.


Completely different tool, that little power pruner does not come close to what the B&D lopper does.
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