Worx WG320.9 JawSaw 20V PowerShare Cordless Electric Chainsaw with Auto-Tension (Tool Only)

The WORX WG320.9 cordless lithium powered JawSaw does a little bit of everything. Need to prune limbs; clear storm debris; or cut kindling for fire wood? The JawSaw has a unique design that lets you make cuts directly on the ground without kickback or damaging the chain. The JawSaw is the safe and easy way to tackle debris clean up without gas, cords, or dangerous kickback. It is the perfect go-to tool for gardeners, handymen and anyone else who performs limb and brush clearing. THIS IS A BARE TOOL ONLY AND DOES NOT COME WITH THE 20V BATTERY OR CHARGER. THE WG320.9 WORKS WITH WORX 20-VOLT BATTERIES.

Product Features

  • Cut branches up to 4-Inch in diameter
  • 20-volt MAX lithium battery powered
  • Auto-tension feature guarantees optimum tension
  • Automatic chain oiler with oil level indicator
  • Blade housing allow for safe cuts on the ground
  • Tool Only, battery and charger sold separately. Share batteries across all your 20V Power Share WORX tools so you never run out of power!

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2 Responses to Worx WG320.9 JawSaw 20V PowerShare Cordless Electric Chainsaw with Auto-Tension (Tool Only)

  1. Sander Pool says:

    Excellent tool but crappy charger needs to be replaced I was a bit skeptical that the rather small battery would have useful capacity but I was proven wrong. The tiny (4c 18650) battery cuts many branches and because it’s light the whole thing is easy to handle. The plastic used by Worx is a notch above what you get from other tools. My advise is to push the handle down gently so that the chain stays at speed and doesn’t bind. Pretty amazing how this thing will cut everything from 4″ apple to a bunch of blackberry to vines. I also have a Poulan…

  2. OpenMind says:

    A great tool for clearing brush and overgrowth This is a great tool. I have used it to cut up and down about 35 young trees and wild privet hedges where a chain saw is too much power and heavy duty ratcheting loppers are not enough. It works well. I would recommend that you always carry the socket tool with you to open the hatch andadjust the chain because it will slip off from time to time or may get caught under compression of the weight of the tree. I believe they made itprimarily for branches. The mini chain saw comes…