Remington RM1025P Ranger 10-Inch 8 Amp 2-in-1 Electric Chain Saw/Pole Saw Combo

The Remington RM1025P Ranger 2-in-1 Pole Saw/Chain Saw is lightweight and easy to use. This electric tree trimmer’s powerful 8 amp motor and 10-inch bar and chain are perfect for trimming small to medium-size branches. The Remington RM1025P is equipped with a quick option to detach the 10-foot telescoping pole to convert from a pole saw to a chainsaw after you’ve brought down those high branches. The easy flip and lock capability clamps down quickly to secure the pole length. The Remington RM1025P has a non-slip grip for comfortable use and is ideal for trimming and pruning hard-to-reach branches. The Remington RM1025P is backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • This 2-in-1 detachable pole saw is the perfect tool for hard-to-reach small limb trimming
  • Powerful 8-amp electric motor drives the saw with a low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain
  • The saw has the ability to cut high branches 10-feet to 15-feet overhead
  • Easy flip and lock clamps quickly secure pole length, along with nonslip grip for comfortable use
  • Quick and tool-less conversion from pole saw to chainsaw

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2 Responses to Remington RM1025P Ranger 10-Inch 8 Amp 2-in-1 Electric Chain Saw/Pole Saw Combo

  1. Mark Harkey says:

    Decent Product I have used a gas pole saw by Husqvarna in the past so I am familiar with these saws. Overall this product is decent. It doesn’t cut as sweet as the Husqvarna but it gets the job done. The older reviews in this sequence are for an outdated model that they no longer sell. They fixed most of the problems that people reported below. The latest saw has a hex shaped pole so you can identify it as the latest version. I would recommend this saw for light duty sawing only.Don’t think…

  2. rnbcpe says:

    Great saw but??? I purchased one of these 10″ pole saws this summer and used it about three times before the chain started jumping off the drive gear. I found that a “c” clip for the plate that holds the chain on the drive gear had popped off. I replaced the clip, but it only stayed on for one more run. I purchased Remington’s 14″ trimmer version and mounted it to the pole and haven’t had any problems since. Some of these saws have the “c” clip and some have bolts holding the plate in place. Beware of the…