Best Battery Powered Chainsaw Brand? Let's find out! Milwaukee vs DeWalt, Makita, Ryobi & WORX

25.10.2020
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Let's test 5 brands of lithium battery powered chainsaws: Brands tested: Milwaukee, DeWalt, Makita, Ryobi, and Worx. All of the chainsaws compared against each other and against a 16-inch Stihl MS 170 gasoline chainsaw. The chainsaws competed in 3 tests which include 2 cutting speed tests on 4x4 lumber and one test on hardwood. All of the saws were also tested for battery charge time, no-load run time, noise level, and no-load sprocket/chain speed.
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Kommentteja
  • Publishing a day early this week again to see if it continues to work well. I’m definitely going to put together a round 2 video to include the saws made by “outdoor equipment” manufacturers, like Stihl, Husqvarna, Echo, etc and compare them to the brands just tested. Which brands should I test? Never a sponsor and I always buy everything tested. So, thank you all very much for supporting the channel and for your video ideas! Also, a big thank you to Jim for putting together a quick access video library, which includes a list of products tested. bit.ly/2FCrBpk

    Project FarmProject FarmUukausi sitten
    • Ez go. 56 volt

      Wayne AllenWayne Allen16 tuntia sitten
    • @411Adidas dewalt all day. Because the batteries have greater compatibility than most of the worthwhile brands imo.

      dean kingdean kingPäivä sitten
    • Can you a video on Walmart brand Hyper tough 20v 40v and the Hart 40v brand chainsaws

      Justin TaylorJustin Taylor3 päivää sitten
    • Sir, did you sell all your stuff after the content?

      John RamboJohn Rambo4 päivää sitten
    • Husqvarna, please. Bought one at Costco last year and I like it. I’d love to see a comparison.

      Rick TrueRick True6 päivää sitten
  • Good job, great tests. I'd love to see the big 80V kobalt in on the next 1 though. 2.5 amp hr or 5 amp hr battery!

    Marcus MobleyMarcus MobleyTunti sitten
  • I have a Dewalt 20volt max chainsaw. I love the saw, but I have noticed the charge seems to not last as long in colder weather. Have you noticed this problem also?

    Tim LowerTim Lower3 tuntia sitten
  • At the time of watching this video I just had a chainsaw addvert

    Harry RamseyHarry Ramsey7 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 tuntia sitten
  • You should do something like this but with the pro brands like huskvarna, echo and stihl

    Carlos CastilloCarlos Castillo12 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm2 tuntia sitten
  • Great video

    Farmer JohnFarmer John12 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks!

      Project FarmProject Farm2 tuntia sitten
  • Where's the husqvarna? We have 2 for work

    itsyaboy archieitsyaboy archie14 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm13 tuntia sitten
  • I enjoyed this video as more battery powered equipment is coming. I have been using an ex go 56 volt 14 inch saw. Not very fast but cuts well. The larger battery lasts well.

    Wayne AllenWayne Allen16 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

      Project FarmProject Farm14 tuntia sitten
  • How do you have this fight, but miss EGO?

    Aaron EnnisAaron Ennis17 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

      Project FarmProject Farm14 tuntia sitten
  • No sir I'm sorry but you are mistaken, the DeWalt battery is 9Ah regardless of the voltage. It just changes the amps not the energy capacity.

    Cybek CusalCybek Cusal18 tuntia sitten
    • @Project Farm sorry I wasn't quite right, what I meant to say is that it's 180 watt-hours in both configurations.

      Cybek CusalCybek Cusal13 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

      Project FarmProject Farm14 tuntia sitten
  • I would like to see a cuts per battery test. Find a normal tree and see how many cut each saw will make on one battery. Hardwood was a great power test! but if I’m cutting firewood I don’t have hard woods here so I don’t need to know hardwood cutting just how many cut I can make while cutting fire wood. As alway a 👍 video.

    David SchmidtDavid Schmidt18 tuntia sitten
    • Great suggestion! Thank you.

      Project FarmProject Farm13 tuntia sitten
  • My Poulan rips pretty good.

    Mike UsaMike Usa18 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

      Project FarmProject Farm13 tuntia sitten
  • Try the Husqvarna 540i xp too! I just got it and it have to be the best electric saw out there yet!

    Jonas BjörsJonas Björs19 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm13 tuntia sitten
  • Best battery chainsaw is Yard Works 48 volts! Hands down!!!

    Eric HunterEric Hunter20 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • I wood like to see the Makita and the Dewalt vs Still and Echo lithium and I see you have a Still MS-170 like mine.

    Tom DoltonTom Dolton20 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm13 tuntia sitten
  • I think you have the best testing channel on youtube! Congrats on the scientific and systematic approach to the tests!

    Plasteel1Plasteel121 tunti sitten
    • Thank you very much!

      Project FarmProject Farm13 tuntia sitten
  • It says 150 cuts on the Makita Do you have any Information on the diameter of the cut ?

    Keith ClarkKeith Clark21 tunti sitten
  • Thank you for your videos! I find them very informative & helpful. I really appreciate your straight to the point style. Respectfully though, I just watched this one for fun, as they all, except the gas saw, might as well say "PLAY-SKOOL" on the side really! I realize the video was comparing specifically "Battery powered saws" but in all honesty, If your doing a comparison of saws to inform your viewers as to the best tool for a job, it would be MUCH more helpful to show how they compare to their predecessors. By that, I mean showing how many cuts they can make before running out of fuel (gas or battery), Cost of replacement fuel long term ( number of cuts through known thickness of wood /per full tank or battery X the number of recharges the manufacturer states the battery is good for before replacement (for the electric) & compare that to the cost of gas to get the same number of cuts using gas. Realistically the battery operated saws simply are simply NOT yet anywhere even close to the power, efficiency, value, quality, durability, & ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLINESS of gas powered saws. Truth is gas saws today are more powerful & fuel efficient, environmentally responsible than they ever have been. When one takes into account the HUGE additional manufacturing costs and pollutants needed to make the batteries and the plastics for batt powered saws, they are FAR worse polluters than gas saws. If your really trying to use your ch. to help your viewers get better value & quality from their purchases, please do what you can to wake them up to the truth about the war against the quality, efficient tools that WE ALREADY HAVE AVAILABLE. Someday batt powered saws will be good enough to replace gas powered saws, but we are simply not there yet. With economies crashing world wide due to covid & every dollar needing to stretch even farther than ever before, wouldn't it help to your 1.2 million plus viewers more to show them a bit more "functionality over popularity" perspective? You are in a position to help people. Thank you for considering this suggestion. :) K. P.S. For the record I DO NOT work for ANY saw manufacturer gas or electric. I just an informed pragmatist. :-)

    KillianwshKillianwshPäivä sitten
  • can't wait to see a gas powered comparison

    ramramdiram diramramramramdiram diramramPäivä sitten
    • @Project Farm my pleasure! i wonder if husqvarna comes out on top

      ramramdiram diramramramramdiram diramram12 tuntia sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject FarmPäivä sitten
  • Brands:"sales pitch here" Project farms: ohh were gonna test that

    Aaron UnterseherAaron UnterseherPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for watching!

      Project FarmProject FarmPäivä sitten
  • Try the dewalt vs the Harbor Freight brand.

    Scott JohnsonScott JohnsonPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • I have the battery stihls and by god they are great wee saws hold a great charge and light plus use the micro pico chain so even the kids can use them when they come out on site with me. Handy to keep in the truck and UTV specially in winter

    scottish muddersscottish muddersPäivä sitten
    • No thank you for the videos your unbiased reviews and testing is phenomenal you deserve a lot more subs !!

      scottish muddersscottish muddersPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • Hrmmm Ryobi looks interesting any way you could work the Ryobi like you do all the other saws to get better timing from user input as you say? I'm curious about the results of a test like that.

    mopowahmopowahPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Great video, I would love to see you add the cordless Stihl chainsaw to the review.

    Shane RevelShane RevelPäivä sitten
    • Thanks so much! Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject FarmPäivä sitten
  • How about doing another battery powered chain saw showdown, but with the multi use batteries? You know, the ones used in everything from drills to tables saws to leaf blowers. This would be great to know as a homeowner that only needs a chain saw once or twice a year, but uses a multi use battery kit often.

    James M.James M.Päivä sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Boy how i love everything made in China.

    Sam MacDaddySam MacDaddyPäivä sitten
  • best electric log splitters next

    John barfneckJohn barfneckPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion.

      Project FarmProject FarmPäivä sitten
  • Milwaukee fast charger and dewalt regular charger...

    Leo GarciaLeo GarciaPäivä sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • Send the winner to AvE!

    carlipcarlip2 päivää sitten
  • I have a small still chain saw about 12 inch cutting surface. I use it for fallen tree on my property. On one charge it’ll cut approximately 4-5 trees at a diameter of a dinner plate that around 25-30 feet most trees are dead ash and Lucas trees! It’s easy to operate and has a chain tightening turner. Easy to operate for someone like me that doesn’t use a fuel using chainsaw. I may only use it a few times a year unless there’s a wind storm or something. I like it for this use because I have a hard time starting and maintaining a two cycle! I’ve had it 3 years and had the chain sharpened 2 times! So I like it!

    Al FosterAl Foster2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • Dewalt 100%! Very good video, Thank you again for your time and effort!

    mengel420mengel4202 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome!

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • You're gonna have alot of coasters!

    Michael PalliniMichael Pallini2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching!

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • Ego chainsaw would be interesting to see.

    Matthew DMatthew D2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • LOVE YOUR CHANNEL ! - now I know which saw to get

    Fishing256Fishing2562 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much! Great to hear!

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • HAVE YOU TESTED THE GREENWORKS 60V CHAINSAW... I HAVE SEVERAL, RUN BETWEEN 20-25 MINS CUTTING BIG WOOD.

    GEORGE HORTONGEORGE HORTON2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • Impressed with the dewalt honestly .. chooched thru that hard wood pretty good for being a pixie powered saw

    professionalmuffdiving nomuff2tuffprofessionalmuffdiving nomuff2tuff2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • After watching this i have a idea to make a Tesla motor powered chainsaw

    06 Daniel06 Daniel2 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

      Project FarmProject Farm2 päivää sitten
  • What charger did you use for dewalt ?

    Frank PellFrank Pell2 päivää sitten
  • I wrote my previous comment before the one handed test. SMH dude

    Bass ProBass Pro3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching!

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • Really should be using saw chaps my friend. I'm a skilled arborist, been felling trees for almost 20+ years. I have the Milwaukee & Makita saws for around the house when I don't feel like mixing gas. I always wear chaps, even if I'm just limbing a tree or something. I've learned the hard ways to wear safety gear. These tools are man made, my friend was using his Dewalt saw and he let go of the trigger and the saw didn't stop, he was putting it down and it jumped up and basically turned his shoulder into ground meat. Wasn't a pretty situation. Point is the safety's will fail. Always wear PPE

    Bass ProBass Pro3 päivää sitten
    • Yes, I should have worn them. Will do now on out.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • Can you a video on the Walmart brand ( Hyper tough 20v and 40v )and the (40v Hart ) brand chainsaws

    Justin TaylorJustin Taylor3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • What about the Husqvarna 120i?

    Harmoniq DesignHarmoniq Design3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • Project farm, I’ve scoured the FIworld’s and there are NO corded saw comparisons. A lot of them are people reviewing who should NOT be using a chainsaw.

    Clint MullinsClint Mullins3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • The cordless stihl is a beast.... me and my buddy used it from 6am to almost 10 at night.. with 2 batteries.. as soon as 1 died we swapped and 1 went on charger... repeated it all day to clear a large area out!

    HoodHood3 päivää sitten
    • @Project Farm anything for you! Been watchin since almost day 1

      HoodHood3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • For the chain saws I would like to see the oil throw, how long the oil flowed before running out, as well as how much oil they do hold

    keith whirenkeith whiren3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Where's the STIHL, it's twice the saw any of those pieces of junk are

    nfbmfrednfbmfred3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • Looked like the milwaukee chain wasn't even tightened almost falling off compared to the rest ..smh..

    supa samsupa sam3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • You are the best at comparisons. You are fast, thorough, and know all the stuff we need to see to evaluate. One thing I’m not certain of is how many of these chainsaws, especially Husqvarna or four stroke engines and a four stroke engines have any advantage over two stroke? I imagine four stroke or slower and wondering if they are much higher maintenance and sensitive in terms of fuel mix? I am referring to gas powered engines in this case. Thank you very much for all your reviews you’re the best. RK San Diego

    Rick KlineRick Kline3 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much! Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • WILL Makita batterries fit the Dewalt machine ?

    citic101citic1013 päivää sitten
  • Five year warranty? Yeah! Just send a hundred dollars for the return postage.

    americannovice americannoviceamericannovice americannovice4 päivää sitten
  • This channel is just a great resource.

    Steve PrestekSteve Prestek4 päivää sitten
    • Glad to hear! Thank you.

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  • There is a new stihl fuel injected chainsaw which might be interesting to see how it performs against electric chainsaws as well as traditional fuel chainsaws?

    Simon BakerSimon Baker4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

      Project FarmProject Farm3 päivää sitten
  • What an oily mess! I like the Ryobi. It's a very cost effective homeowner-oriented saw which fits the application well. If you ask me, the GreenWorks 20332 corded chainsaw is a major bang-for-the-buck chainsaw. The Oregon CS 1400 is another very cost effective option. Corded chainsaws fit the use of a homeowner saw very well. Unlimited cutting. --The DeWalt and Milwaukee are better for municipal/handyman use.

    Guns Cars and DigitsGuns Cars and Digits4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • When testing battery powered tools I would love if you could include the Craftsman V20 line when possible. Since every Lowes now has them they are becoming quite common. You have the best unbiased testing I have ever seen. In some break down videos some people are claiming that the new Craftsman has quite a bit of the Dewalt tech inside since they are made by the same parent company to save money. I would love to see you compare some of the more common man tools along side the professional brands, I mean you do include the MOST common man tools from Harbor Freight! Thanks for all you do sir!

    Todd FaganTodd Fagan4 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome! Thanks for the video idea.

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  • That milwaukee chain was rediciously loose

    Albert LanderosAlbert Landeros4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

      Project FarmProject Farm4 päivää sitten
  • Dwalt. ... your welcome

    Deidra BlevinsDeidra Blevins4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for watching.

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  • Glad to see Ryobi finally making a presence in your videos. Good to see how they hold up

    Shawn ZellnerShawn Zellner4 päivää sitten
    • Thank you.

      Project FarmProject Farm4 päivää sitten
  • PLEASE test the smaller versions 12" saws!

    NotarobotNotarobot4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Stick with your brand of battery that you use in other cordless tools.

    Sean WorkmanSean Workman4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • Thank you so much for the time and preparation you spend on making these videos. I know it can take a lot of time swtting it up and charge times and editing and all that. So thank you!

    JonathanJonathan4 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome!

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  • DeWalt RULES!!!!!!!!!!! YEAH! WOOHOO!!!! Thanks for the video!

    WILD WHEELSWILD WHEELS4 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome!

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  • Was wondering how the EGO would stand up to the rest of the battery chainsaws.?

    SuperTA329SuperTA3294 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • I am thinking these are all made in the same factory.

    TF 2112TF 21124 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • Do a test on gas milage from bp and Amoco. They claim: Go up to 25 miles further per tank in a full-size pick up truck vs. regular fuel with highway driving1 using Amoco Ultimate® with Invigorate®. Available at bp and Amoco stations for quick, convenient fill-ups.

    RanGer498RanGer4984 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Great video! What is the best 2 stroke oil to mix in gas? Some say premium gas makes for easier starts. Others say no what say you my friend. : D

    Dirk DigglerDirk Diggler4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much! Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Have had this Makita for 4 years now. Could not be a happier camper. Build quality is excellent and with two sets of batteries, have done also big logs at my cabin.

    Petri HietanenPetri Hietanen4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • in the middle of nowhere start the petrol or diesel genny to charge batterys

    Andy64878 Andy64878Andy64878 Andy648784 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • You need to test the EGO power plus 18inch chainsaw

    gamer64gamer644 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Another great video

    Basil KearsleyBasil Kearsley4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • Makita...It powers my coffee pot!

    Timothy MckeeTimothy Mckee4 päivää sitten
  • Ill stick with my stihl

    Nathan DuckeorthNathan Duckeorth4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • I guess the Asian people are The only people that know how too make a battery powered chain saw pathetic

    Nathan DuckeorthNathan Duckeorth4 päivää sitten
  • No ego, stihl?

    Zach SavageZach Savage4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

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  • Should have tested the best one, the EGO. I’d put it against any gas powered.

    Dave HowardDave Howard4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

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  • I got the Makita on clearance from Family Farm and Home. Basically paid for the charger and batteries and got a free saw. The chain stays sharp for significantly longer than Id figure. Fantastic limb saw partnered for a bigger gas Stihl on a farm.

    GhostCreekGhostCreek4 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for sharing.

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  • Love to see the Stihl put up against these. My Department uses that for our backup saw, since it uses the same battery as our electric blower.

    Silver StringsSilver Strings5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • I wish you had the Greenworks 60v 16in or 18in chainsaw in the mix. I think it's one of the best out there at a reasonable price. I'd be curious how it would fare in your tests

    _sc _sc_sc _sc5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

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  • LOVE your videos - wish I had some extra money I would PATREON you!!! especially since electric bikes are expensive but would totally watch that video 10 times if you made one on E-bikes... keep up the good work and Ill get a job soon lol to help PATREON this awesome stuff :)

    diaryrecordeddiaryrecorded5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much! Thanks for the kind thoughts.

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  • Well that's Dewalt for you. You get what you pay for...for the most part anyway.

    Wolfpackflt670Wolfpackflt6705 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • Ryobi is obviously the best for the price!!

    SamiSami5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • How well does canola oil work as a chainsaw bar & chain lubricant?

    SamiSami5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Of all saws to test and you don't include a electric stihl? Kind seems the gold standard to me.

    Joe jJoe j5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

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  • I have small tress I clear every few years on a steep bank where I hate using a gas saw. I have been looking at these saws and you have helped my decision. I think I’ll get the Ryobi. I think bang for the buck it will do the job. Thanks for your hard work

    Chris AldenChris Alden5 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome! Thanks for sharing.

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  • Snapper 82 V?

    Nick CasperNick Casper5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the suggestion.

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  • Great video. What about one of the 56V Ego Power saws?

    Brad GrantBrad Grant5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Should do the Stihl gas vs. The Stihl battery powered.

    Pbinfo charlestonPbinfo charleston5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • the fact that he wasted like 200 bucks worth of wood instead of testing it on some threes or on literally anything else truly bothers me lmfao

    BelugaWhaleBelugaWhale5 päivää sitten
    • It removes a lot of variables

      Gary DavisGary Davis5 päivää sitten
  • Id love to see the stihl electric

    War BearWar Bear5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • I wonder if the results would be different using the same chain on all the saws

    Peter B.Peter B.5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • I don't know if anyone mentioned this but the Makita stands out to me because the batteries are the same ones used by the LXT power tools. I have a mix of Makita and Ryobi but would opt for the Makita chainsaw since it would take advantage of my current pool of batteries.

    Paul MarchPaul March5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • I was hoping to see the Bauer in this showdown

    francisco polancofrancisco polanco6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • Hope you or someone can Answer this.. can you make up cuts? Instead of just downward cuts on trees? Thanks. By the way. Love the videos you do!

    Lawnbowler25Lawnbowler256 päivää sitten
  • Gas chainsaws plz

    Matthew TalsmaMatthew Talsma6 päivää sitten
    • @Project Farm p

      Matthew TalsmaMatthew Talsma4 päivää sitten
    • Also sawzalls

      Matthew TalsmaMatthew Talsma4 päivää sitten
    • Ur welcome

      Matthew TalsmaMatthew Talsma5 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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  • I've been using gas saws for over 40 years - mostly Stihl and Husky, 16" bar, for looking after my woodlot. Started getting into Dewalt Flexvolt tools and now am a full convert. Got the 16" Dewalt chainsaw about a year ago. The thing is both a beast and a joy to use, and the best thing is the instant on/off. As soon as the cut is done the saw is off. No worries about distracting noise, or worrying about putting down a running saw with hot muffler. Cutting through green maple is very impressive, although it does goes thru batteries. I use 6.0 A batteries and I find that after about 30 minutes - depending on how continuously I've been running the saw, it's time to swap out. So if you're in the middle of the bush cutting all day, then gas is still the way to go. But I'm a convert to the "grab it and go" ease of battery-powered. The Dewalt does tend to leak bar oil when it's sitting, however. Other than that, an amazing saw.

    ABC 123ABC 1236 päivää sitten
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  • Great vedio

    Adithya MoorthyAdithya Moorthy6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • very good, thank you

    Adam GrzybekAdam Grzybek6 päivää sitten
    • You are welcome!

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  • I'll take my gas chainsaw over a battery-operated piece of shit any day I can cut firewood all day with the gas chainsaw you're not going to do that with a battery operated saw

    Kenneth VerkestKenneth Verkest6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • With how much effort milwaukee has put into marketing their landscaping / yard equipment lately im disappointed in their Chainsaw's performance

    Jake LauerJake Lauer6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the feedback.

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  • AWESOME. Take away: get a Stihl saw and buy Oregon replacement bars and chains. Thanks for confirming what I already suspected was the case!

    Lash LaRueLash LaRue6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks so much!

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  • Next test......which shop oil absorber is best?

    Ben SnipesBen Snipes6 päivää sitten
    • Thanks for the video idea.

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