Earthwise PS44008 6.5-Amp 8-Inch Corded Electric Pole Saw, Green

Earthwise 8″ Corded Pole Saw 6 Amp

Product Features

  • Powerful 6. 5-Amp motor offers the power to tackle trimming branches and limbs around your house; fully extended pole allows for 15-foot reach
  • 8″ Bar and chain and 30 Degree/2-Cutting head angles for a fast, clean cut; protective blade cover included for blade protection and safe storage when not in use
  • Pole measures approximately 9’5″ when fully extended; Features automatic oiling system with oil level window and tool-free tensioner adjustment
  • Corded electric plug-in and requires no gas or oil, resulting in no fumes and no mess; alternative to gas-powered lawn and garden equipment
  • Rubber over molded handle with foam grip for comfort and ease during use; 2-year

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2 Responses to Earthwise PS44008 6.5-Amp 8-Inch Corded Electric Pole Saw, Green

  1. Anonymous says:

    Pretty awesome So far I’m quite impressed with this little chain saw. It is NOT terribly hard to manage at full length on the pole. It is actually very fun to use. In just a few minutes I had felled a large amount of big branches that have been overhanging our roof menacingly. Make 1/3 cuts from below, then 2″ offset from above / read the user manual! Also, it is *incredibly* convenient to have an instant switch from pole saw to chain saw. This little guy slices through medium branches like a knife…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Poorly designed oil filler ystem downgrades this handy tool I’ve used this tool on-and-off for several years. It has one major design defect in an otherwise a decent tool for the homeowner who needs to trim up small to medium sized trees. The defect: there’s only one thing that needs attention on this tool and that’s filling bar chain oil and this is where this thing’s usability falls waaaay down. Oil is thick and the filler hole is not only small but it angles sharply with an even smaller passage for the oil to traverse to get to the reservoir. Result…