Einhell Power X-Change 18V 23cm Cordless Chainsaw 1 x 3.0Ah £97.28 @ Toolstation
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Einhell Power X-Change 18V 23cm Cordless Chainsaw 1 x 3.0Ah £97.28 @ Toolstation

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Einhell Power X-Change 18V 23cm Cordless Chainsaw 1 x 3.0Ah £97.28 @ Toolstation
Posted 16th Sep 2020
Reduced from £138.

Lightweight chainsaw with great cutting performance.
- Supplied with 1 x 3.0Ah 18V Li-Ion battery and charger
- 23cm Oregon bar and chain
- Push button instant start
- Tool-less tensioning with a quick adjust knob
- Automatic chain lubrication
- 5.2kg
- Chain guard
- Power X-Change battery compatible with all Power X-Change tools
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Any chance this can cut tree trunks? Or will it be just branches??
fame16/09/2020 18:20

Any chance this can cut tree trunks? Or will it be just branches??


anything up to 23cm, or 46cm if you want to go at it from both sides. Not to be used unless you know how to use a chainsaw as they can be very dangerous.
Does anyone know the stats on cordless/electric chainsaw safety? My guess is that they are much safer than petrol ones as they deliver full torque from a standstill and the reduced noise/weight and vibration are less distracting for the operator.
Any chance these take the 20v batteries from Aldi/Lidl?

Actually are the Aldi & Lidl batteries the same?
ibiza16/09/2020 19:48

Any chance these take the 20v batteries from Aldi/Lidl?Actually are the …Any chance these take the 20v batteries from Aldi/Lidl?Actually are the Aldi & Lidl batteries the same?


There is a chance that it could take the Lidl ones, on a recent bit of research it looks like Einhell make most of the `Lidl tools, however the batteries may well be different.
ibiza16/09/2020 19:48

Any chance these take the 20v batteries from Aldi/Lidl?Actually are the …Any chance these take the 20v batteries from Aldi/Lidl?Actually are the Aldi & Lidl batteries the same?


No they don't. I've got cordless tools from all 3 (Einhell, Aldi & Lidl) and none of them are interchangeable. They might possibly come out of the same factories but they make them fit differently.
Edited by: "Robert-Gardner" 16th Sep
20 to 30 minutes of battery life so not much use apart from taking the odd small branch off
patg200516/09/2020 19:27

Does anyone know the stats on cordless/electric chainsaw safety? My guess …Does anyone know the stats on cordless/electric chainsaw safety? My guess is that they are much safer than petrol ones as they deliver full torque from a standstill and the reduced noise/weight and vibration are less distracting for the operator.


Different strokes (!)really. The weight of a full size petrol saw can help keep it stable and make the kick back more controllable and the lighter electric saws may kid you into thinking you don't need to pay as much attention. In the end general stats won't tell you if you're going to have an accident, only the level of care you take will tell you that.
Considering investing in one to take out a bush in the back garden that I was quoted an eye-watering £1,000 to do. Will probably lost a few fingers but at least I'll be £900 better off
Just watched a couple of YouTube videos on this and the chain speed is soooo slow, painfully slow! I think you'd be better off paying a bit more and getting the 36v Einhell version, or a similar 36v (2x18v) saw off Makita, Husqvarna, EGA, etc or a 240v saw if just cutting at home.
Edited by: "Robert-Gardner" 17th Sep
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