Ryobi RCS-1835 Electric Chainsaw £67.92 delivered @ Tool Line
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Ryobi RCS-1835 Electric Chainsaw £67.92 delivered @ Tool Line

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Found 16th Mar 2013
35 cm (14in) bar
Powerful 1800 watt motor
Livetool indicator glows blue when plugged into power supply
Fast 13 m/sec chain speed for fast and clean cuts
Large oil tank with visible oil indicator
Fast acting automatic chain brake - stops chain if kick back occurs
Automatic chain lubrication reduces friciton and wear greatly prolonging the life of the chain
GripZone overmould technology for improved comfort with a positive grip

Power: 1800 watt
Chain bar length: 35cm
Chain speed: 13 m/s
Cable length: 10m (33ft)
Weight: 5.1 Kg

£65.93 inc vat
£1.99 delivery

£67.92 TOTAL

Amazon - £84.18
Screwfix - £99.99

17 Comments

electric chainsaw lol

Banned

hot because its a chainsaw- and this looks like the one in Doom
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Good deal, hot

This will go great with my hockey mask.

Sorry, but if I showed up in the wilderness with an electric chainsaw, especially one that glows blue, all my lumberjack mates would take the mickey

graemeakajimmy

Sorry, but if I showed up in the wilderness with an electric chainsaw, … Sorry, but if I showed up in the wilderness with an electric chainsaw, especially one that glows blue, all my lumberjack mates would take the mickey


They'd also wonder where you planned to plug it in

no free lollipop?

At this price I might get one for carving the Christmas turkey!

Helpful for a zombie attack - better get the extra long extension cable as well

Vortal

Helpful for a zombie attack - better get the extra long extension cable … Helpful for a zombie attack - better get the extra long extension cable as well



That is just silly. In a Zombie apocalypse it is likely the power stations will be unmanned and hence no power. If you don't think things through properly you are gonna die, and die badly....

Just what I need to take care of my irritating neighbours .........................hedge

Edited by: "Terracore" 17th Mar 2013

BeerGoggles

That is just silly. In a Zombie apocalypse it is likely the power … That is just silly. In a Zombie apocalypse it is likely the power stations will be unmanned and hence no power. If you don't think things through properly you are gonna die, and die badly....



All you need is a petrol generator

Generators attract zombies

lukeuser

All you need is a petrol generator



Surely it would be easier just to buy a petrol chainsaw? Not only will it cleave the undead in a most satisfactory manner, but it will also cut up logs properly aswell.

Heat added. I'm in the market for a chainsaw so I'll let you know how I get on. I still went for this, even though I found a better spec. deal here: coopersofstortford.co.uk/vic…6i/
It's a more powerful, longer chainsaw, but it's not a brand I've ever heard of, whilst Ryobi equipment I've used before has been excellent, but if anyone is knowledgeable about the merits of different types of chainsaws then please enlighten me! (I'm happy with electric by the way as I don't like phaffing around with petrol.)
There is also http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ryobi-14-electric-chain-was-106-95-now-66-10-voucher-code-tcb-ryotenoff-tooled-up-1492571on the same model but after factoring in buying oil (which Amazon reviews say is essential for this as it gets through loads) and delivery, even with the voucher - this deal is £10 cheaper.

Original Poster

Expired, now £100

avoid this god awful make - you have been warned. I had a strimmer for 2 years, used hardly ever but it had a battery start so it would sometimes start the pull start never seemed to work. I packed up after less than 10 hours mainly light use - total junk

as I have a lot of accessories I thought id chance the Ryobi head unit as I got it for £80 - wow total junk - it wouldn't start at all

I would have been better off with a pair of scissors

I bought a stihl 70 bike handle and that's been excellent so far got it for a bargain 290 - sure its more expensive but I wont buy cheapo garden stuff anymore - my 6 year old Honda izy lawn mower has been faultless and starts first time every time - hear that Ryobi yes not starting or starting after 100 pulls is not acceptable
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