Maybe if just ain't used one that was great, because all the electric chainsaws I've used hardly had enough power to cut a small branch.Well --- my daughter has one and it is GREAT!!
Not sure brand, can find out -- but....she heats with wood a lot and it cuts logs beautifully. She has 2 batteries so she doesn't get going and have to quit. But I was amazed at it's power. NOT as big...maybe 12" blade....and we've gone and taken a couple front loaders of wood out without any saw hesitation for cutting. She cut trees that I've pulled out.
For the type clean up I envision you need, it would be perfect. What I REALLY love --no rope to pull and hold saw at same time!!! pick up saw, push a button and power is there when you pull the trigger to cut.
I'm not into pulling ropes to start stuff....nope, electric starts on everything. Thought about buying one, then realized all I needed was to call her to help. LOL
I try to not mess around with subpar stuff. When I got some chaps I spent the money on some Husqvarna ones.Chaps are full of fluffy material designed to plug up the chain and housing to stop the chain from spinning.
There are real chainsaw chaps and not so real chainsaw chaps. This video is an example of how real chaps work.
That must be expensive... Well a corded one is expensive already... I believe the cordless one will be much more expensive... Not everyone can afford it.After my last chainsaw was stolen I've finally decided we need another one. Really considering a cordless. We don't cut firewood like a lot of folks do. We mainly need it for general cleanup around the house and thought a cordless might fit our needs. Anyone have experience with a cordless? Do they have enough power to do basic jobs? And how long does the charge last?