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Old 05-26-11, 07:33 PM   #1
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Default WORX 14.5-Amp Electric Chain Saw

If you plug this into your solar PV Inverter, it's really green..

Worx Yard Tools Canada - Electric Leaf Blowers, Cordless Leaf Vaccums

I have an old McCulloch gas Chainsaw and it's blade is only about 14" long.
And, besides being so old that it has no safety features, there are a lot
of other things that I don't like about that very noisy 2-stroke..

This WORX has a lot more power and, as the wise men say, it starts every time!

I already own a very small E-chainsaw-on-a-stick. Extension pruning saw?
Anyways, when I took it off the FG stick, I found it to be as capable as
the McCulloch.. Remington brand I think. It works great.
But, it was a bit too small for my current needs.
(As you get older, the trees start getting massive)..

GreenWorks 20032 13 Amp 18" Corded Chain Saw -

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