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Mac Allister HKPCS06D05-X 750W 220-240V Electric 20CM Pole Saw - £59.99 delivered @ Screwfix
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Mac Allister HKPCS06D05-X 750W 220-240V Electric 20CM Pole Saw - £59.99 delivered @ Screwfix

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Posted 29th May

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Just the thing to keep you amused during lockdown, good reviews also.

Electric pole saw pruner with automatic chain oil lubrication and SDS system for tool-free chain tensioning and bar assembly. Suitable for garden use.

  • 750W
  • 20cm Bar
  • Oregon Full-Skip Low-Profile Chamfer Chisel Chain
  • Oil-Lubricated
  • 1 Year Guarantee
  • Max. Length: 2.7m
  • Aluminium Telescopic Tube
  • 3-Position Adjustable Head 0° / 20° / 40°

*You must be over 18 to buy this product
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Unless you're built like Tyson Fury these are very unwieldy, I have the Worx thing on a pole and I used it once and was like, Naa.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 29th May
Mine leaks oil which is irritating
tobyw29/05/2020 09:04

Mine leaks oil which is irritating

Mine was terrible for leaking too, on the plus side my shed floor now has a nice shine to it!
I have had no problems with mine, found it great for the price.
Yeah stick it in a bucket saw end down to catch any leaks...good kit though and with care save use of full chainsaw for most gardens.
tobyw29/05/2020 09:04

Mine leaks oil which is irritating

my screwfix standard chainsaw leaks oil too. I've started to store it upside down. the base of the saw pointing upwards
Don't forget to use the 10% discount code if you have either an Electricfix or Plumbfix account.
tobyw29/05/2020 09:04

Mine leaks oil which is irritating

That's a regular issue with chainsaws.
Not so much a fault as it is a design problem.

I suggest using a siphon to drain out oil before storage, to save the waste.
It seems to leak out of the oil cap which isn’t ideal
I've got the bosch version of this with the extension it's a fantastic tool, saved £1000's on gardening work
Used this to cut down 5 small/medium sized trees, did the job well. Good sharp chain and motor. Little top heavy, good workout for the arms
Cool, I was just looking for the thing to finish off my vigilante crime-fighter gear.
Have to agree I'm no lightweight but when you have this at full stretch you need some guns
Not recommended for guys with girly arms. Other than that it does the job well
I've got one and have cut down 2 apple trees with it. Struggled alittle with the base but overall very happy with it.
I’ve taken down 2 trees with this. Attacking stump from different angles.

Was punching well over its weight, cutting through it like butter, but now the chains gone blunt.

Anyone tried sharpening it? Or replacing with a compatible chain?

Only negative is its top heavy so you deffo get a workout reaching high branches.
Edited by: "jundy" 9th Jun
Thats the replacement chain
Cheers mate!!
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