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New cordless chainsaw from Oregon PowerNow

New cordless chainsaw from Oregon PowerNow

The PowerNow battery-powered chainsaw delivers a combination of performance and features that makes it an alternative to gas-powered chainsaws.

When not in use, the PowerNow lithium ion battery holds a charge for months, which eliminates the need to bring along a gas-powered chainsaw, gas can and oil.

The PowerNow Chainsaw weighs just under 11 lbs., making it lightweight and easily portable.

Equipped with a 14 bar, the PowerNow Chainsaw can power through logs as large as 10 to 12 inches. For smaller cuts, the chainsaw cuts up to 250 two- to three-inch branches on a single charge.

The PowerNow Chainsaw features the PowerSharp built-in chain sharpening system.

The PowerNow Chainsaw is sold with either an Endurance or Standard battery pack. Both 40V MAX Lithium Ion Battery Packs feature high-capacity cells with no-fade power that maintain performance. The Endurance battery pack doubles the run time of the Standard battery pack.

Pricing:

PowerNow 40V MAX Chainsaw Kit (40V MAX Chainsaw, 14-in Guide Bar, PowerSharp Chain) with Standard Battery Pack and Charger –$399.00

PowerNow 40V MAX Chainsaw Kit (40V MAX Chainsaw, 14-in Guide Bar, PowerSharp Chain) with Endurance Battery Pack and Charger – $499.00

For more information, visit www.OregonPowerNow.com.

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