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Tool Talk Discussion Forum

WORX electric chainsaw?

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George Marsh

07-27-2012 20:32:03
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Does anyone have an opinion on an electric WORX wg304 chain saw. Guessing it's make in China. It's 120 vac, 4 hp, 18 inch bar, and uses 15 amps. It's the biggest and strongest electric one that I've found so far. Sears is selling it for $90 and lowes wants $120.
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George




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Ozlander

08-02-2012 13:50:42
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-27-2012 20:32:03  
Well they are easier to start.



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Loosehandle

07-28-2012 17:38:13
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-27-2012 20:32:03  
I dont think 15 amps @ 120 = 4hp. A stihl 260 is only 3.something hp.



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George Marsh

07-28-2012 17:51:50
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to Loosehandle, 07-28-2012 17:38:13  
They may caluclate peak hp instead of RMS. Either way, all manufactors do it the same way.

What I'm looking at are the amps. 12 amps is the most I've seen until I came across the WORX.

It's the only one with an 18 inch bar too.



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d beatty

07-28-2012 18:40:59
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-28-2012 17:51:50  
George Stihl makes two electric chainsaws that are 15 amp saws. They would be easier to get parts for.



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dave2

07-28-2012 11:35:27
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-27-2012 20:32:03  
Here's one on amazon with reviews...

http://www.amazon.com/WORX-WG300-14-Inch-Electric-Chain/dp/B002MAPZWE/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1343500365&sr=8-7&keywords=electric+chainsaw



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George Marsh

07-28-2012 15:32:06
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to dave2, 07-28-2012 11:35:27  
Dave, The worx saw I'm looking at is an 18 inch 15 amp motor, 4 hp. Lowes sells it for $120 and sears sells one with craftsman name on it for same money. However sears has a sale on them for $100. Comes with a 2 year warranty

For health reasons, gas power is out of the question, despite the number of people who tell me I should get one.

So, if I don't get any negatives on it, think I'll buy it. I have a new chain that will fit it too.
George

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dave2

07-28-2012 10:54:48
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-27-2012 20:32:03  

George Marsh said: (quoted from post at 20:32:03 07/27/12) Does anyone have an opinion on an electric WORX wg304 chain saw. Guessing it's make in China. It's 120 vac, 4 hp, 18 inch bar, and uses 15 amps. It's the biggest and strongest electric one that I've found so far. Sears is selling it for $90 and lowes wants $120.

Thanks

George


The 230 volt versions here look to be real tuff and user friendly and carry a better warrenty than any others (4 year and 2 year swap at the store)... The one store that has them has these random 20% off sales and I'll have one on the next sale. Gettin tired of pullin on a rope and keeping track of fuel mix. Have a stihl MS250 and a new hitachi top handle for outside use, but working full time and chores with the animals (and I have a sawmill a half mile from the house), gonna just start picking up bundles of slabs/scraps and bring them to the barn to cut and not have to worry about dark or weather. Electric will sure cut down on the fumes and noise. Have several other worx tools and am happy with them.
This post was edited by dave2 at 10:55:27 07/28/12.

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2x4

07-27-2012 21:36:48
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-27-2012 20:32:03  
can recommend the WORX 20 volt battery powered weedeater for light work around the house & garden. They seem to make quality machines.



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d beatty

07-27-2012 21:26:10
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 Re: WORX electric chainsaw? in reply to George Marsh, 07-27-2012 20:32:03  
I have never used that brand but have used several other brands. I have a Remington with a 14" bar. I really don't like electrics because they cut to slow and I don't like dragging a cord around.All my small cutting ( 16" on down ) is done with a Echo 3400 with a 12" bar or Stihl MS 170 with a 14" bar with a micro chain. All my large cutting is done with several Stihl and husky chainsaws.



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