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Qualcast Petrol Chainsaw - 45CC £59.99* Half Price Was £119.99 argos
Qualcast Petrol Chainsaw - 45CC £59.99* Half Price Was £119.99 argos

Qualcast Petrol Chainsaw - 45CC £59.99* Half Price Was £119.99 argos

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his powerful Qualcast 45cc petrol chainsaw tackles any challenging pruning or sawing task, whether it is to fell a tree or chopping 42cm diameter logs. The rapid reaction kick-back brake and chain catcher are extra safety measures on this chainsaw. The anti-vibration system minimises vibrations allowing you to work more efficiently and for longer. Comes fully assembled and with tool less chain tensioning.

Dedicated petrol support service - 01904 727500 7 days a week uk based technical support! Free collection and delivery of your product if we need to repair it- making sure you only have to miss it for one weekend. Online support and spares department.

All Qualcast garden power products and pressure washers include a FREE 2 year guarantee when bought from Argos. So whether it is a lawnmower that you use weekly or a hedge trimmer that you use occasionally, you have the peace of mind that with Qualcast, the product is built to last.

Model number: PCS46Z-S.

Chainsaw features:

Power 45cc.
Chain bar length 45cm.
Cordless.
Chain speed 16.7m/s.
Electronic ignition.
Automatic chain lubrication.
Quick stop chain brake.
Rapid reaction kick-back brake.
Features a safety trigger, safety guard and hand guard.
Chain catcher - helps prevent the chain being thrown back towards the handler, if the chain becomes derailed or breaks.
Anti vibration system - minimises vibrations allowing you to work more efficiently.
Blade protection cover.
Tool free chain assembly allows for simple fitting and chain adjustment.
Weight 5.6kg.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.

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purpleminion

Bought one last week for £79. Thought that was a good deal. Gonna go back … Bought one last week for £79. Thought that was a good deal. Gonna go back though as it wont start today.



You mean it won't start today after seeing it's £20 cheaper.... (_;)

These chainsaws have fairly come down in price. They used to cost an arm and a leg!

Without a shadow of a doubt the most lethal hand held machine you are likely to ever use.

Without wanting to sound patronising only buy this if you know what you are doing and don't dislike your neighbour oO

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Without a shadow of a doubt the most lethal hand held machine you are likely to ever use.

Without wanting to sound patronising only buy this if you know what you are doing and don't dislike your neighbour oO

Bought one last week for £79. Thought that was a good deal. Gonna go back though as it wont start today.

purpleminion

Bought one last week for £79. Thought that was a good deal. Gonna go back … Bought one last week for £79. Thought that was a good deal. Gonna go back though as it wont start today.



You mean it won't start today after seeing it's £20 cheaper.... (_;)

A & E will be full this weekend!

Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush cutter and it rattled it's self to piece's in a day.

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jozski

Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush … Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush cutter and it rattled it's self to piece's in a day.


FREE 2 year guarantee when bought from Argos. So If it does take it back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Qualcast like Bush are brands owned by Argos now.

top.gear14 m ago

FREE 2 year guarantee when bought from Argos. So If it does take it …FREE 2 year guarantee when bought from Argos. So If it does take it back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

​Yes that's awesome!! when you've got an arm and a leg missing lol

Many ways of cutting stuff just get a bow saw much safer or a hand held replicating saw. Can't really think of a use unless you own a forest.

Dangerous pieces of kit. I think most people would be better just to get some quotes from local gardeners to trim their hedges. I paid £30 recently, money well spent to keep my limbs safe and saved me the hassle of doing the job.

fishleg003

Many ways of cutting stuff just get a bow saw much safer or a hand held … Many ways of cutting stuff just get a bow saw much safer or a hand held replicating saw. Can't really think of a use unless you own a forest.


Try cutting 2 cubic metres of oak or chestnut for firewood with a bow saw. For most things except forestry etc an electric chainsaw is a lot quieter, and convenient.

MarkShopper

Dangerous pieces of kit. I think most people would be better just to get … Dangerous pieces of kit. I think most people would be better just to get some quotes from local gardeners to trim their hedges. I paid £30 recently, money well spent to keep my limbs safe and saved me the hassle of doing the job.


Chainsaw are not for trimming hedges. They are only dangerous if used incorrectly or if you don't know what you are doing with one.

Ace, I've always wanted a chainsaw ...

Excellent, just need a polar bear deal and my weekend is sorted! https://i.imgflip.com/c4lj8.jpg?a416376

These chainsaws have fairly come down in price. They used to cost an arm and a leg!

JohnBoy73

These chainsaws have fairly come down in price. They used to cost an arm … These chainsaws have fairly come down in price. They used to cost an arm and a leg!



Badum-tish!

"Thank you folks, thank you, I'm here all week."

Heat! Ordered!

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Good home defense

This is not hedge trimmer but a chainsaw which is a dangerous piece of kit. Only buy if you need to cut or prune big trees.

You can never have enough chainsaws.

Heat.

I've got some bodies to chop up later. Using a jack saw was hard work. But with this handy chain saw I can focus on more murders

Mother-in-Law comment in yet?

faz1964

A & E will be full this weekend!



It won't be A&E mate, it'll be Majors!

I'm going to try to stop myself buying one of these - but I think I'll have one by the end of the day. This is just too tempting :-)

Brilliant, my Zombie Apocalypse emergency grab bag will be complete!

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60 quid to prepare for the zombie apocalypse? Heat.

jozski

Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush … Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush cutter and it rattled it's self to piece's in a day.


I have no idea what you are trying to say.

jozski

Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush … Stay clear from qualcast absolute load of rubbish.I brought a brush cutter and it rattled it's self to piece's in a day.



I bought a qualcast garden shredder - it's taken some serious abuse and is still going strong.

This is quite a wimpy chainsaw, not really useful for much more than a quick way to cut firewood or to maintain branches a bit thicker than a good hedge trimmer would deal with but it is quicker and more flexibly than a handsaw.

Do remember that these things are not maintenance free, they need servicing, the chain needs to be kept sharp and the oil bath needs looking after. But better than an electric one, there is nothing convenient about trailing a 240v cable around.

Still a hot deal compared to equivalent product prices.




Edited by: "androoski" 7th Jul

I'm sure people on here are old enough to be responsible for there own safety As far as the deal goes the reviews are hit and miss, I appreciate that it comes with a 2 year guarantee but the same as my useless dremmel, when I go to use I need it to work not look to,see if it's past it's 2 year old mark cause it's knackered and take it back.
For this kind of kit, I'd invest in quality and stuff the price, just my opinion I'm sure it isn't shared by all.

MarkShopper13 h, 16 m ago

Dangerous pieces of kit. I think most people would be better just to get …Dangerous pieces of kit. I think most people would be better just to get some quotes from local gardeners to trim their hedges. I paid £30 recently, money well spent to keep my limbs safe and saved me the hassle of doing the job.


This is a hedge trimmer, much harder to injure yourself if you use the correct tool.
Glad to see that all the moaners are back commenting on how bad this is without having bothered to buy or try this one.
Thanks OP good deal.

Robo

I'm sure people on here are old enough to be responsible for there own … I'm sure people on here are old enough to be responsible for there own safety



I'm not!

please please please be careful when using any chainsaw. the kickback is lighting fast and you'll be very lucky if you get away without any injury. I almost took out my face with one when i hit a small rock trying to cut out the roots of a big tree. Thank god i was wearing a helmet and face guard. do not lose concentration, even for a moment.

My wife wont let me

Don't buy don't buy -Damn bought !

Google chainsaw injuries pics and you'll think twice

"Oh hidy ho officer we've had a doozy of a day. There we we're minding our own business. Makin some improvements to our new vacation home. When all the sudden these kids start killing themselves all over my property. Now, I don't know about how much experience you've had with this kind of thing but me and Dale here, well, we ain't had any."
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Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 8th Jul
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