Worx WG303E Electric Chainsaw 2000watt - 50% off @ £49.99 - Wickes
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Worx WG303E Electric Chainsaw 2000watt - 50% off @ £49.99 - Wickes

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Found 12th Apr 2016
I was looking around for an electric garden chainsaw and came across this model.

Seems a good price for a fairly decent spec machine whats-more when registered you get a 3years warranty.

Double the price every where else, some very good reviews on amazon

Power Type: Electric Corded
Length: 400 mm
Wattage: 2000W
Weight: 4.80 kg
Colour: Orange and Black
Maximum Chain Speed: 12m/s
Chain Oil Capacity: 200ml
Manufacturer Model No: WG303E
Brand Name: Worx
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Nice just what I want to re-enact Wolfenstein New Order
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Do these work effectively or just another useless toy? Good price if genuine reduction.
Nice. I'd give an arm and a leg for one of these.
They are only good for medium sized logs. Mine burnt out .....best kept for pruning.
£50 is the 'right price', I'd say.
They are the same model as the titan one, which is normally this kinda price:
http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb355chn-40-5cm-2000w-electric-chainsaw-230v/92771
I went for the Mountfield (paid £65) which is the same again, but has a longer lead than the Titan and an Oregon chain/bar.

Happy with it, though it is a chunk heavier than my similar-power cheap petrol chain saw (which I need to sot the carb out on.)
I bought a Worx drill about 7 months ago, the drill was ok but the lithium battery charger packed up after only it's second use. I rang Worx only to be told they were out of stock and I had to wait up to a month for a replacement.
As I had just moved house and needed to do lots of DIY I had no option but to buy a new drill, this time a Makita.
So my advice is do not but anything Worx, I spoke to a seller on amazon that sold Worx chargers, he told me he sells loads and was also out of stock when I contacted him. They must be very poor quality for people to keep buying them.
boro4me

Nice. I'd give an arm and a leg for one of these.



The Safety brake isn't very effective, so you probably will.
I've used this model (different brand) of chainsaw for years to cut logs for a stove. I've cut through some huge logs, no problem. I guess the important thing is to learn how to keep the chain sharp.
How are you supposed to chase people around with it, once you run out of power lead?
Extension leads aren't very Texas Chain Saw Massacre lol
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Very good for indoor use.

ie.. Carving the Sunday Roast !
Ordered for collection, cheers
You've got a chainsaw collection? Hardcore!
phoetus

How are you supposed to chase people around with it, once you run out of … How are you supposed to chase people around with it, once you run out of power lead?Extension leads aren't very Texas Chain Saw Massacre lol


Strap a generator to a skateboard and drag it along behind you.
Pod store specific only and none anywhere near me so same old story!!!
Perfect timing mum birthday coming up.
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£50 is the 'right price', I'd say.They are the same model as the titan … £50 is the 'right price', I'd say.They are the same model as the titan one, which is normally this kinda price:http://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-ttb355chn-40-5cm-2000w-electric-chainsaw-230v/92771I went for the Mountfield (paid £65) which is the same again, but has a longer lead than the Titan and an Oregon chain/bar.Happy with it, though it is a chunk heavier than my similar-power cheap petrol chain saw (which I need to sot the carb out on.)




This one seems slightly better - the Worx model has auto chain tension adjustment and a 3 year warranty.
Thanks OP. Purchased.
BARGAIN! I just ordered one.. very happy purchase. Thanks OP.
Dilbert

This one seems slightly better - the Worx model has auto chain tension … This one seems slightly better - the Worx model has auto chain tension adjustment and a 3 year warranty.


It looks nothing like the Titan one. Should have gone to specsavers!! :P hehe
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