Remington RM1025SPS Ranger 10-Inch 8-Amp Electric Chainsaw/Pole Saw Combo

When you need to go that extra mile, Remington has you covered. Taking down hard-to-reach branches is one of the most important parts of yard maintenance. The 2-in-1 Ranger pole saw/chainsaw has two adjustable aluminum poles that extend 10-feet to give you extra strength and improved reach. The instant start, electric 8 amp motor helps you power through branches quickly and the low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain makes lopping and pruning simple. Then when you’ve finished using the tree trimmer to take down branches from above, the easy flip and lock clamps mean you can immediately disconnect and get down to cutting those downed limbs. The Ranger is equipped with anti-rotation pole design for stable use, and a non-slip grip for added comfort. The 2-in-1 detachable saw converts with no tools required. Remington offers a 2-year limited warranty. Manufacturer note: It is normal for bar and chain oil to seep from the unit when not in use. Please take this into consideration when storing the unit.

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
  • Chainsaw can be quickly detached from the pole without tools
  • Note: It is normal for bar and chain oil to seep from the unit when not in use
  • Loosen the saw chain if the chain tension was adjusted during operation

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3 Responses to Remington RM1025SPS Ranger 10-Inch 8-Amp Electric Chainsaw/Pole Saw Combo

  1. Leo Mckenzie III says:

    Fantastic Pole Saw I started to ponder whether or not I wanted a gas or electric pole saw for my yard. I decided on this pole saw and very glad that I did. The pole saw comes in the box in two main parts (pole in two parts, the chain saw). Pole assembly is very easy as the two parts to the pole simply snap together and the chain saw (which can be used as a stand-alone smaller electric chain saw) fits on with a plastic piece and a washer and screw nut. The weight of the chain saw does not wobble and fits solid…

  2. David M says:

    Great saw! After quite a bit of thinking about what kind of pole saw I wanted, I decided to go with the corded one for a couple of reasons. I didn’t want a gas saw because of the fumes and weight. I have enough gas engines around here, I don’t need another one! I decided against a cordless saw for a couple of reasons. I didn’t want the battery to die while I was working, I wasn’t sure about the power of a cordless saw vs. a corded one and I realized that I would most likely only use the pole saw once…

  3. travis bickel says:

    ) and highly recommend it. The image shows the set up Had a very tricky situation where I was trying to cut a large limb atop a tree that had snapped in half and was dying. the remaining portion of the tree was still about 35 feet high and I was afraid to cut it down with the large limb growing straight up (an additional 20 feet) as it would likely hit my house. I had tried to cut the limb off via strapping a 16′ ladder to the tree and using a 16′ non-powered pole saw. This was very difficult to stand on a ladder that high and try to saw through…