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10.5 Amp 14" Corded Chainsaw

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10.5 Amp 14" Corded Chainsaw
10.5 Amp 14" Corded Chainsaw
10.5 Amp 14" Corded Chainsaw
10.5 Amp 14" Corded Chainsaw
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20222CA

10.5 Amp 14" Corded Chainsaw

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Kick gas to the curb and go green! With Greenworks electric outdoor power equipment giving you all the power you need to tackle your yard, you can now breeze through jobs with zero gas, zero emission and zero maintenance. Go from zero to power with a push of a button and get you through the task at hand with less vibration, less noise and less mess. Corded power with unlimited runtimes, you can get all of your landscaping done with all the power performance of gas while at a lower cost of operation.
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Features:

Key Features:

  • Automatic Oiler - Ensures durability and extends the life of the chain.
  • Steel Bucking Spikes
  • Tool-less Chain Tensioning - For quick adjustments so you can get back to the task at hand.
  • Translucent Oil Tank - Clear view of oil level.
Best for Small Yards
70  Corded Tools
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Specifications:

Amp Hours 10.5Ah
Weight 7.9 lbs.
Size 9.9" × 28.8" × 7.5"
Bar/Chain Length 14 in
Chain Pitch 3/8" LP (9.5 mm)
Chain Gauge 0.05” (1.27 mm)
Chain Oil Capacity 150 ml
Drive Links 52
Warranty 3 years

Includes:

  • 10.5A Chainsaw
  • Owner's Manual
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