Anyone got a chainsaw I can borrow? Need one for a day and rental looks like about £60 which seems way too high!
It's nice and lightweight which is good to carry around and handle, plus none of the mess or noise with a petrol model. On the bad side, because it is light it can bounce around a bit on harder woods. I've also found the battery life terrible in mine. Lasts about 40 cuts on medium hardness wood which is obviously terrible.
would like a bit more info just out of curiosity tbh but prefer petrol saws thanks
I was going to call you a smart arse but the smart bit might be too generous.... Was on my phone at the time so want going to tap out a 10,000 word essay. Happy to expand on it if anyone's interested but didn't expect many to be interested to be honest.
Wow. You ever thought about writing reviews full time?