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Worx WG305E Electric Chainsaw 1100W Chainsaw £35 @ Wickes (free c+c)
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Worx WG305E Electric Chainsaw 1100W Chainsaw £35 @ Wickes (free c+c)

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Posted 1st Feb
Worx WG305E Chainsaw on clearance to £35 - looks plenty of stock at time of posting (232 stores showing stock), free c+c. Also decent reviews. In terms of price comparison, next best price is £60 at positecworx eBay and selling for £66.64 on Amazon so a good saving.

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Worx WG305E Electric Chainsaw

  • Automatic chain management system which gives you permanent tension control
  • Built-in chain brake for added safety
  • Tool-less chain replacement system
  • Automatic chain lubrication
  • Top mounted oil cap for easy filling
  • Maximum Chain Speed: 12 m/s
  • Weight: 4.80 kg
  • Power Type: Electric
  • Wattage: 1100 W

The Worx WG305E Chainsaw combines a high powered motor with high speed chain for optimal cutting performance. It automatically adjusts chain tension and lubricates the blade for you, so you can concentrate on the job in hand. Additional safety features include a chain brake that stops the blade in less than half a second, steel bumper spikes and low kickback so you're always in control. Hassle-free tension control - setting the right chain tension has never been easier. Forget having to grapple with spanners and Allen keys - you can loosen and tighten the chain manually and then the chain management system automatically kicks in to maintain the correct tension.
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Please make sure you purchase proper protective equipment with this, there are plenty of courses out there you can do too and are recommended; and google images of chainsaw injuries for good measure!

I’ve been using mine for years & it still frightens me every time I have to use it.
I try to use my bow saw instead of the chainsaw if I can.
Bought five for juggling practice
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Nice spot OP plenty in stock at several local branches in Essex
Excellent price but a fair few reviewers comment on the speed at which the chain becomes blunt!
Yet another ripping deal well done OP.
25cm blade... Mexican's cartels loved it
Nice one... Now to find some things to chop up! Suggestions on a postcard
Heat and ordered, I was going to hire one, this is just as cheap and I have a chainsaw at the end of it...
Bought five for juggling practice
mudds1 h, 20 m ago

Nice one... Now to find some things to chop up! Suggestions on a postcard …Nice one... Now to find some things to chop up! Suggestions on a postcard




Pikachu?


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Seems like a good price for what it is. Tempted to chop up wood/tree trunks in the garden although I've already got a reciprocating saw.
Just picked mine up, it’s very light and compact. Thanks op
How does this compares with titan screwfix which was £40 last week?

screwfix.com/p/t….ds
Thanks
Gonna buy one and pull out the hockey mask and give it a good try
Edited by: "Rextip" 1st Feb
Use with caution, It's not a plug and play boys toy. If you've never used one make sure you do some research on how to use it safely, YouTube has plenty of good tutorials. I have this and it's been really useful, not experienced any bluntness issues. However mine has mysteriously stopped working, ust won't start, anyone want to suggest what it could be? It's not the fuse
And who doesn’t like a chain saw for £35 great deal op thanks
Please make sure you purchase proper protective equipment with this, there are plenty of courses out there you can do too and are recommended; and google images of chainsaw injuries for good measure!

I’ve been using mine for years & it still frightens me every time I have to use it.
I try to use my bow saw instead of the chainsaw if I can.
bratzz01/02/2019 16:34

How does this compares with titan screwfix which was £40 last …How does this compares with titan screwfix which was £40 last week?https://www.screwfix.com/p/titan-yt4359-2000w-230v-corded-40cm-electric-chainsaw/719FG?tc=LB3&ds_kid=92700038952079720&ds_rl=1241687&ds_rl=1245250&ds_rl=1249410&ds_rl=1245250&ds_rl=1247848&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIqrK-hvua4AIViUPTCh22MgP3EAQYASABEgLPPPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


Interested myself. I have a £10 voucher for Screwfix
That’s the wife’s valentines gift sorted
Im not buying anything that was associated with a massacre


Great buy. Have a Ryobi. Do I need 2 hmmmmm. Worx make great tools
Is this cordless?
0048003 m ago

Is this cordless?


No
@Chanchi32 good spot - February’s trade essential deals are like meh’ though.
Considering parent company Travis Perkins are trying to offload I expected better this month.

Still, heat added
I wanna purchase, however if even professionals have beed killed or had accidents using these, what chances do I have
great back scratcher for the misses
Neobrown6 m ago

I wanna purchase, however if even professionals have beed killed or had …I wanna purchase, however if even professionals have beed killed or had accidents using these, what chances do I have


Chainsaws have no mercy’ google - chainsaw accidents under images and you’ll soon get an idea of what can happen - and these things can kick back like a mule if it hits something it can’t easily cut!

If in doubt - don’t buy it.
Do i plug it in to a tree or what?
I have the Screwfix titan one. It's pretty brilliant, really powerful which counts when cutting hardwood, as of course does the sharpness of the chain. This worx one has the auto chain adjuster which the screwfix one doesn't have, not that it matters much tbh but I expect the Titan is a much better bit of kit given the power difference. Both stop almost instantly which is critical. My petrol chainsaw is evil, my electric ones are just as evil....very good price at £35 but not for inexperienced hands at any price without some research and safety gear. Incidentally, I run all my chainsaw on cheap vegetable oil, instead of chainsaw oil. Saves a fortune if you use them a lot.
I've got this and it's well worth the money. I cut up pallets and logs for the wood burner with it, and I have cut down some small trees as well.
This saw bottoms out under light stress, cold!!!!!!
I have a few trees to sort out but up a scissor ladder with this and people mentioning bad things can happen I think I will get a manual saw and get a nice workout instead shame because it’s a good price but I am very clumsy sometimes could anyone recommend a decent manual choice for chopping off tree branches
custardy11 h, 6 m ago

Interested myself. I have a £10 voucher for Screwfix


I have the Screwfix one and can recommend it, it does a very good job.
Don't forget to buy some chain oil, and I got a sharpening file as they can soon go blunt, saying that I have probably cut up a builders bag of logs and mine is still cutting fine.
Neobrown01/02/2019 22:04

I wanna purchase, however if even professionals have beed killed or had …I wanna purchase, however if even professionals have beed killed or had accidents using these, what chances do I have


Do you drive a car
Nicebob02/02/2019 07:57

Do you drive a car


Aha, I get where you're coming from. I consider myself a professional driver though, as Ive had professional training.
Thanks
Yeah same, I have a Florabest one and it still worries me when I use it. it has been fine but you kinda know you are not in much danger with jigsaws etc. These feel different and dangerous...to me anyway. Would certainly not use it up a ladder.

I do also have one of those mini chainsaw on a pole things....those however run slower...the dangerous bit is far away from you when cutting and they are really useful for pruning if you ever see them on sale...also not advisable to use up a ladder but I have

heat added tho cos if you need one, this is über cheap...I thought my Florabest one was cheap at £50...
Neobrown1 h, 43 m ago

Aha, I get where you're coming from. I consider myself a professional … Aha, I get where you're coming from. I consider myself a professional driver though, as Ive had professional training.


Good man (or woman)
I wonder if these no way too make them safer by using a guard on one side that or on say circular saws, also if they can maybe put that other type of blade or breaker that shuts off as soon as it touches flesh it stops
great price, i always have to trim some trees back and i was using a bow saw and it was a pain this should be easy and a lot more fun.
Great price. Wickes were genuinely selling the item for £59 last autumn. Heat from me.
tezray01/02/2019 23:41

I have a few trees to sort out but up a scissor ladder with this and …I have a few trees to sort out but up a scissor ladder with this and people mentioning bad things can happen I think I will get a manual saw and get a nice workout instead shame because it’s a good price but I am very clumsy sometimes could anyone recommend a decent manual choice for chopping off tree branches


A silky.

Though most professionals have loads more cuts and scars from manual saws than chainsaws.
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