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Electric Pole Saw - 10" - 8A

With its versatile 2-in-1 design, this Worx electric pole saw converts into a chainsaw to tackle a range of light-duty to medium-duty trimming and pruning jobs. The extension pole can be attached without the use of tools for easy installation, extending length up to 10' so you can easily reach higher limbs. Simply remove the pole to use it like a chainsaw when you are ready to chop up branches. The powerful 8A motor provides reliable performance, and the pole saw features a 10" bar length and a 3/8" chain pitch. The patented auto-tension chain system ensures extended bar and chain life, while the automatic chain lubrication pump with oil lever indicator offers a low-maintenance design and easy operation.

Color :Black/orange
Type :Pole saw
Style :2-in-1
Utilization :For medium cutting jobs
Length :10" (25.4 cm) bar length
Amperage :8 A
Lubrification System :Automatic chain lubrication with oil lever indicator
Height Setting :Up to 10 ft. with pole fully extended
Chain :3/8" chain pitch
Warranty :3-year warranty
Packaging :Each
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Electric Pole Saw - 10" - 8A is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 187.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for cutting out of reach limbs It took longer to open the box than it did to assemble the saw and pole. No tools required. It is very light weight which makes trimming and cutting high limbs a snap. It has plenty of power for an electric chain saw. It is easy to adjust chain tension with no tools required. No tools needed to take the saw apart for cleaning. Cuts through 3" limbs like a knife through butter. The pole head is easy to pivot and holds the saw in place like it is supposed to. I have pruned several trees with it since I have had it and have zero complaints on this saw and pole combination. All in all its a good outfit for less than a 100 bucks.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Durable enough for light work Saw cuts well, and being able to detach it from the pole increases flexibility of use. But, this is a light-weight tool as we discovered quickly. We had overgrown palmetto in the back we wanted to cut back. Within an hour, a piece broke off the gear cover (see pic) as debris tangles frequently in the geers. Debris clears the saw okay by just running it a few seconds. An aluminum cover vs brittle plastic would have been a better design. The pole works fine, but at 10' extension, the weight of the saw will limit work time to about 30 seconds unless you are gym rat. I downrated the tool because of the flimsy gear cover.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not my first choice After reading a few of the other revtews I was not going to buy the worx pole saw I had plans to buy another not available in store on line only. Wanting to get things done now while I had help this turned out tobe a good buy so far.It was easy to handle with one hand but hard to do with pole extended and needs a trigger guard and or hand guard , But worked well chain stayed on even at an angle that I thought would make it jump off or bind the self oiler is a must have. So for the pro it did the job well and as far the con other than the hand or trigger guard none,
Date published: 2015-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor design be prepared to be covered in oil I picked up this saw to cut down come small trees that cropped up along the house 3-4 inches round and chose it over the Remington because it was in stock at my local store, big mistake. even when working correctly the instructions say it has a 10-12 min run time on a oil fill. i found by 5 min i was covered by oil dripping from the saw and my house had oil all over the side of it. evidently their idea of an automatic oilier is it constantly drizzles oil on the chain from the min you pour it in till its empty. needless to say i will be returning this today
Date published: 2016-03-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK I asked the person at Lowes if it came with oil before I purchased it and they assured me it already had it in the package. Of course, it didn't have any oil. I had to return to Lowes to buy some oil. I had a hard time finding in the instructions the recommended oil so I had to ask one of the people on duty and they had to look it up. I had to look at the picture on the box to figure out how to connect it with the pole extension. I couldn't find a drawing in the instructions that made sense. This item comes with lousy instructions. I was eventually able to use the item the way I needed to use it (cut some branches).
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Chain failed to stay on. I don't understand how others have good reviews of this saw. Out of the box the chain started falling off. At first it would last more than 5 minutes, but the more I use it the less the chain stays on. I wrote to WORX and their response was " You will want to make sure the chain is on tight, and going in the correct direction. There is a diagram on the bar that shows the correct direction of the chain. Also be sure that you are making up and cuts and not at an angle. Any cuts made at an angle will cause the chain to come off almost immediately." So it is my fault the chain falls off. They said any cuts made on an angle will cause the chain to come off almost immediately. A chain saw at the end of a 10' pole is kind of hard to keep straight.
Date published: 2015-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pole Saw We recently purchased this saw to do a little tree trimming We started with small branches which were cut easily. So we decided to try bigger branches 3 " , cut again easily. Now we cut 6" branches, no problem. You just have to be well balanced and use the weight of the saw on top of the branch. Product more than we expected and very handy useful tool. More powerful than expected.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The Lesson Why, why, why do I have to learn the lesson so often? I think I can get by with a lower-priced tool because the work isn't that much or that hard. So I buy a lesser tool for a lesser job, and all of a sudden that lesser tool doesn't work well, making the lesser job in to a difficult job. In this case, the chain kept jumping off the bar - like every minute - and the sliding shaft wouldn't stay locked in the extended position. Readers, if you value your time and feel your yard work should be more Zen and less stress, spend the extra bucks and get a real pole saw.
Date published: 2015-05-23
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