What Are Some Types of Hand-Filing Chain Saws?


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As of 2016, types of hand-filing chainsaws include Homelite's 14-inch 9-Amp Electric Chainsaw, Blue Max's 18-inch 45cc Heavy Duty Gas Chainsaw and Ryobi's One+ 10-inch 18-Volt Electric Cordless Chainsaw. Both the Homelite and Blue Max chainsaws have an automatic oiler that keeps the bar and chain consistently oiled.

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Homelite's 14-inch 9-Amp Electric Chainsaw is fairly lightweight, as it weighs 9 pounds. It features a safety tip that helps reduce rotational kickback for a smoother cut. It also features a wrap-around handle that allows users to manipulate it and cut from multiple angles. Users should use a 14-gauge extension cord with it. It comes with a two-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

Blue Max's 18-inch 45cc Heavy Duty Gas Chainsaw features a quick-start CDI ignition system. It has an anti-vibe handle and is center-balanced to help ensure users maintain maximum control over it and minimize fatigue. Its easy-access chain pro-tensioner allows users to make quick adjustments. The manufacturer of this saw includes a one-year warranty with it.

Ryobi's One+ 10-inch 18-Volt Electric Cordless Chainsaw has a lightweight design, as it weighs only 6.6 pounds. It is ideal for small branch clean-ups. This chainsaw is battery-operated and works with any Ryobi One+ battery, whether Ni-Cad or Lithium-ion. It comes with a three-year warranty.

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