Black & Decker CS1216 12-Amp Corded Chainsaw, 16-Inch

The Black & Decker CS1216 12amp 16″ Corded Chainsaw features a 12 Amp motor for power with demanding cuts. It has a 16″ low-kickback bar and chain for large cut capacities, along with tool-free chain tensioning for quick and easy adjustments. The automatic oiling system ensures constant bar and chain lubrication. It also has a clear window for ease of viewing oil level so you can monitor without running out. Backed by Black & Decker’s 2 year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Powerful 12 Amp motor
  • 16″ Low-kickback bar and chain
  • Tool-free chain tensioning
  • Automatic oiling system
  • Clear window for ease of viewing oil level

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3 Responses to Black & Decker CS1216 12-Amp Corded Chainsaw, 16-Inch

  1. Jay says:

    Gas vs Electric, convenience or power I was hesitant to buy another cord-restrictive outdoor product lacking in both power and convenience compared to gas-powered units until I recalled the aggravation of my gas line-trimmer. Mix gas, adding fuel stabilizer and tune ups convinced me to give this B&D Chainsaw a try. Purchased a gallon of oil at Home Depot as one reviewer mentioned this saw is thirsty. Assembly took but a few minutes, added oil and I was ready to go.My project was nine cedar trees with relatively small…

  2. Nanciejeanne says:

    Great for homeowners who don’t live in a forest! I have a large yard, about a third-acre. The previous owner must have enjoyed buying plants, shrubs, and trees. Unfortunately, he didn’t apparently enjoy cutting any of those. So when we moved in, it was almost like a jungle in places, you couldn’t even see where one thing ended and another began. I started with hand pruners…which was a joke. Then I got those lopper things…better, but it would have taken 3 lifetimes. And I found out I can’t swing an ax for crap. Then I used hedge trimmers,…

  3. E.Swope says:

    Powerful, compact, easy to use There’s a project I have been working on for 7-10 years now: getting rid of some bottle brush trees the prior owners planted in a 6 x 10 patch of concrete in our front yard, and then trimmed to look like bonsai. They aren’t. They are huge trees which are threatening the foundation, give rodents entry to the attic and drop lots of seeds which mold and rot in the winter rains. They are the bane of my existence. I started cutting branches and limbs with a hand saw, but they grew back as…