Specifications & Dimensions
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|Chain Saw Length:||10 in.|
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|Number of Batteries Included:||1|
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Ratings & Reviews
This 19.2 Volt Chain Saw gives you the power you need, yet is lightweight and compact. This tool is very simple to use. It offers a push button oiler that keeps the chain lubricated. With the convenient oil window you will know at a glance when it is time to add more oil. The over mold on the handles help to reduces user fatigue and increasing comfort. This tool is part of the C3 platform that offers over 25 tools all powered by one 19.2 volt battery.
- 19.2 Volt battery-powered engine
- 10" blade length perfect for deep cutting
- Lightweight design for easier maneuverability
- Over mold on handle provides a better grip and less vibration on hands and arms
- Battery can be used with over 25 other Craftsman tools
- Replacement Chain: Sears item #36510 - Oregon Chain, 3/8 Micro Lite 90 Chamfer Chisel
- Color: Black/Red
- Fully assembled
Added on August 23, 2009
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Most Helpful Reviews
I found the chain setting and adjustments very easy with the included wrench (set into the body). The chain saw is balanced well and the grips are ergonomic and solid. My typical trim work is with branches 1"-2". Due to its' lightweight, I adjusted my cutting technique and found it to be a little sawdust mill! This quiet and compact saw made quick work of my landscape maintenance while being very efficient on battery power. The chain was very sharp out of the box and for my needs, it gets the job done right.
The solid chain guard shroud protects the chain (and you) and is a quick install for storage. Due to a few persistent reviewer comments (leaking chain oil), I'll just empty the tank while in storage. Overall, this Craftsman 19.2V C3 chain saw is a winner.
I bought this because my yard was too long for a corded chainsaw and I didn't want to maintain a gas powered chain saw. I underestimated the job I had; and if I could do it over again, I'd buy a small gas powered chain saw and just deal with the mainenance fuss. It still requires chain oil (and uses a lot!). The useable time per charge with this saw is only 10 minutes or so, so plan on buying an extra battery if you have anything beyond a very small project. Otherwise, it's well - balanced, surprinsingly powerful (during that 10 minutes) and easy to use.
Works great for me! I have a chipper bring all my batteries and this to the site and when I get a branch to large to feed in the chipper I just pick this up and cut it to size. No pulling to start the saw just pick up and cut. Great! I bought an extra chain and have not used it yet. I have sharpened the chain that came with the saw about 6 times already. And it has cut many many branches and some boards where necessary. If you have 19.2's just Buy it!
Clifton Park, NY
My wife actually was the one that wanted the small, lightweight, cordless chainsaw when I showed it to her online. My expectations were not very high for a battery-powered chainsaw. I was impressed! She cut limbs up about 4" and the battery lasted about an hour while using it intermittently. The chain oil compartment is higher than the chain so there is a slight syphoning of the chain oil causing a very small leak. All around, we like it.
This little saw has done what i needed it to do. It cuts through the 3 - 4 inch dia tree trunks that froze and died last winter. I could cut several of those trunks on a single charge. I also use it to trim up smaller branches from trees. The only downside is you need to store the saw upright, as it could leak some oil.
Camp Creek, WV
i haven't tried the nicad battery that came with the saw ,but i did use a lith.ion and the saw amazed me.it easily sawed small sapplings and even a 7 in.oak.i bought it mostly for cutting shooting lanes for bow hunting.it is also very light.i am sure it will do fine.