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Explore our electric chainsaw range, featuring a versatile cordless mini chainsaw and a powerful corded full-size variant. Designed for precision, efficiency, and durability.

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SuperHandy Mini Electric Chainsaw - 8" Bar 20V 2Ah Li-Ion Cordless Battery System (Orange)

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NO GAS, NO CORDS, NO LIMITS Our Mini Handheld All-Electric 20V Chainsaw provides outstanding chain speed, cutting length of 7" to 8.5" (inches), wi...

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SuperHandy Electric Chainsaw - 18" Bar, 120V Corded, Built-in Lubrication System

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ELECTRIC OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT The latest release in our line of powerful electric outdoor equipment, Our corded 18" inch Chainsaw! Features a 15A El...

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What are the best chainsaws for sale for heavy-duty work?

The best chainsaws for heavy-duty work are those that combine power, durability, and ease of use. When it comes to electric chainsaws, the SuperHandy Electric Chainsaw is a top contender. SuperHandy chainsaws are designed with a high-efficiency brushless motor that provides more power and a longer run time than traditional brushed motors. They also features low kickback bar and chain for added safety, and an automatic oiling system to keep the chain running smoothly. The SuperHandy Electric Chainsaws are not only powerful but also lightweight and easy to handle, making it ideal for heavy-duty work.

What are the benefits of using an electric chainsaw over a gas chainsaw?

Electric chainsaws, particularly handheld models, offer several benefits over their petrol or gas counterparts.
1. Less Maintenance: Electric chainsaws require less maintenance as they don't have a gas engine that needs regular servicing. There's no need to mix fuel, change spark plugs, or clean air filters.
2. Quieter Operation: Electric chainsaws are generally quieter than petrol chainsaws, which can be a significant advantage in residential areas where noise can be a concern.
3. Environmentally Friendly: Electric chainsaws don't emit harmful fumes, making them a more environmentally friendly choice.
4. Lightweight: Electric, especially handheld chainsaws, are typically lighter than petrol chainsaws, making them easier to handle and maneuver, especially for extended periods.
5. Easy Start: Electric chainsaws start with the push of a button, unlike petrol chainsaws that often require a pull-start, which can be strenuous.
6. Cost-Effective: Electric chainsaws are usually less expensive to run as they don't require fuel. The only cost is the electricity used to charge or power them.
7. Suitable for Indoor Use: Unlike petrol chainsaws, electric chainsaws can be used indoors as they don't produce exhaust fumes.
However, it's important to note that while electric chainsaws have these advantages, petrol chainsaws are often more powerful and better suited to heavy-duty tasks. The choice between the two will depend on your specific needs and circumstances.

How to choose the right chainsaw for your needs?

Choosing the right chainsaw depends on several factors including the type of work you'll be doing, the size of the wood you'll be cutting, and your comfort level with handling such equipment. Here are some tips to help you make the right choice:
1. Type of Work: If you're doing light work such as trimming branches or cutting small trees, a small chainsaw or handheld chainsaw might be sufficient. For larger trees or more frequent use, you might need a more powerful model.
2. Power Source: Electric chainsaws are quieter, lighter, and easier to start than gas models, making them a good choice for light to medium tasks and for use in residential areas. Cordless chainsaws offer the advantage of mobility and are ideal for jobs where a power source is not readily available.
3. Size of the Wood: The size of the wood you'll be cutting can also determine the type of chainsaw you need. For small to medium-sized branches, a small chainsaw with a bar length of 10 to 14 inches should suffice. For larger trees or logs, you'll need a chainsaw with a longer bar.
4. Comfort and Safety: Choose a chainsaw that feels comfortable in your hands. Look for features like anti-vibration technology and ergonomic handles. Safety features like a chain brake, safety throttle, and anti-kickback device are also important.
5. Maintenance: Electric chainsaws generally require less maintenance than gas models. If you're not comfortable with regular maintenance tasks like changing spark plugs or air filters, an electric or cordless chainsaw might be a better choice.
6. Budget: Chainsaws can vary greatly in price. Determine your budget before you start shopping and remember to factor in the cost of any necessary accessories like safety gear, extra chains, or battery packs for cordless models.
Remember, the right chainsaw for you is the one that best fits your specific needs and comfort level.