OREGON PowerNow cordless chainsaw

Agriculture.com Staff 08/01/2011 @ 1:13pm

Blount announces the launch of the new OREGON® PowerNowTM 40V MAX Cordless Chainsaw.

For the first time, a battery-powered chainsaw delivers a combination of performance and features that makes it a true alternative to many gas-powered chainsaws.

For removing trees, pruning large branches or clearing debris from property, farmers and ranchers can depend on the OREGON PowerNow 40V Max Cordless Chainsaw.

The PowerNow Cordless Chainsaw offers hassle-free, grab-and-go cutting. It is ideal when you need to make a quick cut to level off a fence post that is too tall or quickly clear a tree in the pasture blown over in a storm. When not in use, the OREGON PowerNow Chainsaw lithium ion battery holds a charge for months so the PowerNow Chainsaw is ready when you are.

The OREGON PowerNow Chainsaw offers instant starting without a pull cord, powerful cutting with no-fade power, and long runtime – all free from the hassles of gasoline or cords. At just under 11 pounds, the PowerNow Chainsaw is lightweight, easily portable and offers ergonomic comfort.

Equipped with a 14 bar, the PowerNow Chainsaw can power through logs as large as 10 to 12 inches. For smaller cuts, the chainsaw goes non-stop, cutting up to 250 two to three inch (2-3") branches on a single charge with the Endurance battery pack.

Many people use gas-powered chainsaws because they don’t believe that cordless electric chainsaws have the power to perform, said Alan Lofurno, Business Unit Director, PowerNow Tools. That has all changed with the new OREGON PowerNowChainsaw. Not only is it powerful, but it is free from the hassles of gasoline or power cords.

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