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Best Pole Saw Reviews

best-pole-sawWhat is the best Pole Saw on the market?

There are tons of Pole Saws out there and now we will help you find the best Pole Saw and fit your needs.

Husqvarna 327PT5S 24.5cc 2-Stroke Gas Powered 13-Foot Telescopic Pole Saw

Pros: great pole saw works perfect even comes with a harness, very well balanced, superior quality and performance, very versatile and easy to use, it works wonders on high up branches, very quite, starts right up and runs smoothly, gets the job done faster, safer than climbing up a ladder

Cons: a little heavy especially when extended but harness takes most of the load

OREGON PS250 40-Volt Max Cordless Pole Saw

Pros: well balanced even at full extension, the noise level is pretty low although with the motor situated in front of your hand, lasts a long time on a charge, cuts through the branches like butter, cuts beautifully and is very easy to handle, the power it has is amazing, someone trimmed branches for 4hrs straight and the batter finally depleted, it has everything you look for in a cordless pole saw, best pole saw ever

Cons: someone liked to see them come out with a longer version

Silky Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw HAYAUCHI 390 16-Feet 178-39

Pros: this saw is light, made of high quality material, the handle is comfortably wrapped as well, lowers your fatigue level, the blade is incredibly sharp and thin, easily cuts the hardest limbs, cuts 4-6 inch branches effortlessly in just a few strokes, the handle locks are easy to use and rock solid, the variable lengths and the ability to remove the blade to use on lower branches makes it extremely flexible, it works great and are safe to use

Cons: none

GreenWorks 20672 G-MAX 40V Li-Ion 8-Inch Cordless Pole Saw

Pros: light weight, powerful and handy, long reach and makes quick work of surprisingly thick limbs, cuts down big trees fast, cut up to 7 inch limbs with no problems, recharging took about 1.5 hours and was good for over 100 cuts, this is a real work saving tool

Cons: the battery is very difficult to remove at times from charger and saw

Black and Decker LPP120 20-Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Pole Saw

Pros: great saw for trimming up trees, not industrial quality but works great for the money, a smaller head would be nice for getting in tight areas, battery life is good, it has made tree trimming a lot easier and less time consuming, cutting at ground level and slightly above is fine, it can reach 14” which includes 5” of your own height, comes with an awesome good quality storage bag that everything fits easily into with tons of extra space

Cons: to cut with the full extension is quite a chore, it would be nice to have an automatic oiler for the bar instead of having to do it manually

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

Pros:it’s a chain saw on the end of an adjustable length pole and it will keep you off the ladder, the materials and construction seem to be right for the duty, can’t beat the price, the motor is powerful enough to handle medium sized trees, the saw can easily be used separately from the pole, very great for small jobs, not too loud and cuts very very well, cut 8&Prime branches easily

Cons:someone complained about the weight on the end of the pole, a little off balance when extended

Earthwise CVPS41008 8-Inch 6 Amp 2-in-1 Electric Chain Saw/Pole Saw Combo

Pros: simply amazing tool, brilliant design for easily switching from polesaw to handsaw, light enough to be in a tree with and still have good control, easy to assemble, this pole chainsaw cuts through limbs up to 7&Prime or more without complaining, able to cut thorny branches or high branches away from the roof, convert without the pole and cut in the can with the smaller version is perfect saving time and energy

Cons: no issues

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