Factory Refurbished Homelite UT43100 14" Electric Chain Saw. Guaranteed to meet or exceed performance of a brand new unit!
No need to mess with gas or mixing proper oil/gas ratio. Just plug in and go!
For seasonal pruning and storm damage clean-up, the Homelite UT41300 14 In. Chain saw is the perfect fit for medium duty cutting.
Powerful 9.0 amp motor
14-in. bar with 3/8-in. low profile chain and Safe-T-Tip® to help prevent kick-back
Automatic oiler keeps chain lubricated
Tool-less chain tensioner
Oil level window
Ergonomic wrap around handle with rear-handle featuring soft comfort hand grip
Cord retention hook to prevent unwanted power disconnect
Weight: 12.26 lbs
Manufacturer Part Number: UT43100
Condition: Manufacturer Refurbished
Pros: did not expect an electric saw could work this well. very happy, once i figured out how to install the chain. yes, 1st chainsaw.
Cons: did not come with bar and chain oil.
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Homelite Chain Saw
Pros: Saw cuts trees and branches from 1 inch to 8 inches in diameter with any problems. The oil for the chain works when in use. When the chain comes off the track when the chain gets stuck when cutting, the process is easy to fix without any tools.
Cons: A case would be handy.
Other Thoughts: If it can only make me dinner!
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Pros: I use firewood for heat so I use saws a lot. I have a bunch of worn out ones. When my last one showed signs of dying I bought a couple of these, a 14 and a 16 inch. The way I usually process wood is I cut trees into log sizes that will fit in the truck with a gas saw in the woods and then cut it into stove size pieces with an electric saw when I get it home. This saves wear and tear on the more expensive gas saw, and electric is safer, cleaner and quieter. Also electric always starts, even in below zero temps. I actually like the 14 inch better than the 16, They have plenty of power and so far the oilers keep working which is one thing my other electrics always had problems with. As long as you keep it sharp and the chain tight it keeps cutting. These are also quieter than my other electrics.
Cons: I don't care for the toolless chain tightening system. It tends to get slack in the chain and when that happens the chain comes off easily. I much prefer the manual system with the bolts that hold it tight.
Other Thoughts: Somebody needs to make a power cord connection that locks together because I get really tired of having things constantly getting unplugged. You step on the cord while cutting and move the saw and its unplugged. And yes you can do the little knot in the cords thing but the pigtails on saws are pretty short and that does not work that great. A much better thing would be a socket that has a twist lock in it.
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This Saw Rocks!
Pros: I bought this thinking it would be a decent pruning saw that I wouldn't have to worry about (no gas engine). What I got was an electric 14" bar tree eating machine! I started just pruning storm damaged limbs up to 4" in diameter and before the weekend was over I had this thing buried in 14 plus inches of pine and it was barely complaining! I've sold Husqvarna saws and of course it's not like those puppies but if you know how to work a saw, you will not be disappointed......You will be impressed! My neighbor actually came over with a brand new 16" Poulan and where his was bogging down to a stop mine was cruisin' right along.
Cons: If you are left handed it's tough to activate the button you need to press before you can throttle. That's all I've found so far.....
Other Thoughts: I'm seriously the last person that would ever praise Homelite's stuff. I sold power equipment for over twenty years and I know that most of their stuff is just plain crapinski.
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