Remington RM1035P 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. This 2-in-1 pole saw/chainsaw features a full wrap handle allowing for more maneuverability and versatility while cutting. And because the cord and handguard are always at the bottom of the pole, there are fewer snag hazards when you’re in pole saw mode. That’s good when you’re trimming branches up above your head. It also features a push-button quick change that allows you to convert to a chainsaw easily, without tools, so you can cut up those downed branches in no time.

Product Features

  • This 2-in-1 detachable pole saw is the perfect tool for hard-to-reach small limb trimming
  • Powerful 8-amp inline electric motor drives the saw with a low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain
  • The saw has the ability to cut branches 10-feet high and up 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

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2 Responses to Remington RM1035P Ranger 10-Inch 8-Amp Electric Chainsaw/Pole Saw Combo

  1. holtySenior says:

    Works well, sturdy, but heavy If I had to do it over, I would not purchase again. However with that said, it is a very good tool and it is nice that you can break it down to use as a hand chain saw. The problem I have with it is it is very heavy to handle with the saw on the pole. I’m not weak by any means but when you consider 15 or 20 pounds at the end of a 15ft. pole it can get hard to handle. Granted, I didn’t just cut a limb or two, I was using it for a while. However, for my specific needs, I could have gotten by…

  2. PenroseTribar says:

    Already paid for itself So far, so good. It paid for itself the first time out, making easy work of an overgrown trash tree we’d let grow from seedling size till it was 2-stories tall over just a few years. We kept going, trimming limbs and cutting down another 6″ diameter unhealthy tree the prior owner planted in the wrong spots. A tree company would’ve charged several hundred dollars to do this simple backyard maintenance job. The RM1035 does suck up oil, nearly the entire reservoir for cutting down two small…