GreenWorks 20362 24V 10-Inch Cordless Chainsaw, 2Ah Battery and Charger Included

GreenWorks G-24 System offers versatility with a range of tools to choose from to get the job done with outdoor and indoor tools for all your DIY Projects. Whether it is getting the deck completed or getting your yard in pristine shape, the G-24 System has a tool for every project. From trimmers, chainsaw, pole saw and sweepers to drills, compressors and handheld circular saws, this system is quickly becoming the most versatile system for the suburban home. Compatible Battery and Charger Models include, Model 29842 and 29862. All GreenWorks Tools are backed with a 4 year warranty, the lithium-ion batteries are backed with a 2 year warranty. GreenWorks 20362 G24 Lithium-ion 10 inch Chainsaw includes 2.0AH Li-Ion Battery and Charger.

Product Features

  • 24V Lithium-Ion Battery compatible with both indoor and outdoor tools, 2AH battery and charger included
  • 10-Inch bar and chain, perfect for cutting branches and limbs with ease
  • Tool-less chain tensioning for quick adjustments so you can get back to the task at hand
  • Automatic oiler applies oil to the arm and chain to ensure durability and extend the life of the chain
  • Translucent oil tank for clear view of oil level

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3 Responses to GreenWorks 20362 24V 10-Inch Cordless Chainsaw, 2Ah Battery and Charger Included

  1. John K. Skalecki says:

    Better than I expected

  2. azres says:

    Having fun!

  3. M. Schwager says:

    Great lightweight adjunct to a gas powered unit. Perfect trail saw. I just gave the saw a nice workout doing some trail clearing. The summary is that it worked great. A huge advantage for trail work is that it is light so you can carry it in a ways. I was mostly cutting Manzanita (which is a very hard wood) limbs up to about 2 inches in diameter.It cuts quite well with some caveats. First, it operates at a much slower speed than a gas unit. This means as you start a cut it can tend to chatter a bit. You have to get into the cut carefully and then…