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If you’ve ever used a chainsaw for a big job, you know how hard it can be on your body, and you’ll appreciate the superb comfort features built into the Black & Decker LCS1020 20V Max Lithium-Ion Chainsaw. Everything about it is designed so you can last as long as its battery.
First, this Lithium Ion Chainsaw comes with a wrap-around soft-grip handle. This will provide multiple gripping positions so you can make precise cuts at virtually any angle. When you’re pruning or trimming high branches or in close quarters, that flexibility helps keep fatigue at bay.
As well there is the 10 inch Low-Kickback Oregon Bar and chain that is designed to be heavy–duty and easy to use. They offer great control and stability for both soft and hard woods. This will allow you to be able to tackle a variety of cutting jobs safely and with confidence. With an ten-inch bar, you can handle the big stuff such as branches up to ten inches in diameter.
Finally, at just over 7 pounds, this Max Lithium Ion Chainsaw is lightweight enough for virtually any user.
The Black & Decker 20-volt MAX lithium-ion battery offers a longer lifespan and retains its charge five times longer than similar 18-volt NiCad batteries. It’s compatible with the full line of Black & Decker’s 20-volt MAX line of power and gardening tools, and you won’t be limited by an extension cord.
Max Lithium Ion Chainsaw Features
- 20V max lithium battery for long run-time and long life.
- Stays charged up to 5 times longer.
- 10 inch premium Oregon low kickback bar and chain.
- Tool-Free blade tension system for quick adjustments.
- Wrap around bale handle.
And, as an added feature, this Black & Decker Max Lithium Ion Chainsaw has an improved oiling system with a clear window to gauge oil level.
The Max Lithium Ion Chainsaw received mostly positive comments from people who had purchased and used it. You can find out what they had to say here.