Black and Decker LCS1020B 20V Chainsaw Bare Tool, (10 inches)

The BLACK+DECKER LCS1020B 10-inch 20v MAX Lithium Chainsaw is a bare tool item that operates with a 20v max lithium battery – (bare tool items do not include a battery). This saw offers a 10″ premium Oregon low kickback bar & chain that provides smooth and fast cuts. The tool-free blade tension system allows for improved ease of use and quick adjustments and it has a lightweight design for ease of maneuverability and reduced fatigue at only 7.2 Pounds. The wrap around bale handle provides increased control and comfort. And, as an added features, this unit has an improved oiling system with a clear window to gauge oil level. Battery sold separately.

Product Features

  • 10 inches premium Oregon low kickback bar and chain
  • Tool-Free blade tension system for quick adjustments
  • Oiling system for lubrication of bar and chain
  • 20V MAX Lithium Ion Chainsaw Bare Tool

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2 Responses to Black and Decker LCS1020B 20V Chainsaw Bare Tool, (10 inches)

  1. SueJean says:

    Whacking the “Bush” in Alaska! Black & Decker is a name in tools that I know and trust for making quality products. I was happy to see that they make this battery powered chainsaw. We have a gas chainsaw but like many others have noted, starting it takes more energy than using it. I really needed something easier and faster to use. We’re mainly cutting Aspen and some pine for firewood.As soon as this came in the mail, I pulled out the battery and the charger and got it to cooking. It took about 5 hours as…

  2. El sie Nicohls says:

    All in for cordless Let me start by saying I already have a 10″ B&D cut-off saw and an old model electric 7 1/2″ circle saw, so I was familiar with the brand.I’ve only had this model for a few days but am very satisfied initially after cutting up a fallen tree branch that was just too heavy and bulky to relocate on my farm.In the above project I had available the two amp/hour Li-ion battery and half expected it to run out of juice since some of the wood was 8″ thick. No…