The little oil bottle failed during its first use.
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Pros: Safe, Powerful, Convenient.Got one for my wife 2 years ago, she is 65 and weighs.It's also great for cutting the brush out after cutting down a big tree with Mister Big chain saw.Much handier than a regular chiain saw for anthing under 4 inches in diameter.Then, I found my first hidden nail.I'll bet if it was advertized, B D could sell a bunch.I waited to write a review because sometimes, after writing a nice review, things go bad and after two years, not so with this great tool.One of my favorite tools ever.I think she caused a plastic gear to crack because she wants to cut "sticks" larger than 4 inches in diameter.0 of 0 people found this helpful.
Neither issue is a deal breaker.
I own a pretty big chain saw too but still, I use the Lopper a lot and have cut down some pretty big trees.
Back to work after sharpening in just a few minutes.
I found this on-line while shopping for something else and couldn't find it at any store.The chain comes off in two minutes and the spring-loaded tensioner makes putting it back on a snap.I have loaned it to three of my good friends and they all ended up buying one.Cons: It's pretty heavy and after a few hours of continuous use, I'm pretty tired.I put chain oil in my pump oiler and after three pumps, I'm off and running.She will cut with it for hours and has worn it out cutting kindling wood.I ordered a new one and I am going to fix the old one for a spare.I originally bought two, for my brother and myself, to cut-up skids for fire wood and was quite pleased.