Greenworks 8-Inch 40V Cordless Pole Saw, 3Ah Battery, CS-80-XR

40V Greenworks Tools, our battery fueled outdoor power equipment is ideal for homeowners who want the perfect outdoor space. Our 40V is best for yards up to ½ acre. This universal 40-volt battery system powers more than 50+ products, that is over 50 products that run off the same 40V battery. Having multiple batteries allows you to be using one, charging one, and you’ll never run out of power. The Greenworks family of 40V tools has more outdoor equipment in our platform than any other manufacturer. Our tools provide powerful performance with plenty of runtime to get any job done quickly, efficiently, quietly and all with no emissions. Greenworks’ high quality equipment has a quick push-button start, light weight, easy to use and uses no gas. Lawn mowers, string trimmers, blowers, and much more. Greenworks, Life gets Easier.

Product Features

  • 8″ bar and chain. Replacement chain (2905402)
  • Automatic oiler applies oil to the bar and chain for continuous Lubrication
  • 3-Piece aluminum shaft – 9 feet total length – 11 feet total reach
  • Cushioned overmold grip for superior comfort
  • Usb port in battery charges all portable electronic devices, including phones and tablets

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3 Responses to Greenworks 8-Inch 40V Cordless Pole Saw, 3Ah Battery, CS-80-XR

  1. Anonymous says:

    Broke twice, same part – motor bracket I really wanted to like this saw but after two failures I have to rate it one star. The first saw failed after 100 cuts or so. It started to make a grinding noise and the chain would not move. One year later the replacement saw failed with the same problem; a broken motor bracket (see attached picture). I checked for a replacement part only to find that it is not available. I tried holding a magnet to the part but it would not stick; no iron, possible pot metal? Whatever the material it…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Scythe of Anarchy I’ve only had this for 3 weeks, but I’ve used it almost daily. I’m trying to reclaim 32 acres of former farmland that has gone back to a nasty form of nature. Mostly second growth cedar and false willow, with some nice trees lost in the mess. Bulldozing, while much quicker, would just give me a parking lot. So, I need to work my way through it one tree and bush at a time.After the usual spring dance of trying to resuscitate my gas powered tools, I decided to try something with…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Green works 20672 G-MAX 40 volt long reach chain saw I finally got a chance to try this out 2-13-2017.I was pleasantly surprised how well it worked.It allowed me to cut limbs from 1/2″ to 6″ diameter quickly and efficiently from the safety of the ground.I didn’t fully extend the shaft and still reached 12 or 15 feet high limbs.Battery life is reasonable, probably an hour of on and off trimming limbs of the aforementioned dimensions.A couple of cons I’ve noticed after further use -As others have…