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Pocket Chain Saw

Item #H819433
3 reviews
Out of Stock
Today's Price: $24.95
IMPORTANT: This chain saw is temporarily unavailable, but you still can place your order. As soon as it is back in stock, we will notify you. Questions? Call 1-800-438-5346.

Much faster than other pocket saws - cut a 3" diameter limb in under 10 seconds! Use around the home, in emergencies and when hunting or camping. Trim trees, clear a campsite or cut firewood. So handy you'll want one in your toolbox, backpack and glove compartment.
  • Can be used by one or two people.
  • 124 multi-directional, steel teeth are heat treated for strength and coated to prevent rust.
  • 28"L, 5 oz in storage can

Customer Reviews of Pocket Chain Saw
Product Rating: 4.3 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 1/2/2012
said: Patti
"This is a great tool!!! Tired of borrowing your neighbors chainsaw for that occasional quick cut. Get this instead. The end will not pull off like those cheap wite saws. This is a heavy duty tool that will last with just a little oil and care. Throw this in your glove compartment, or tractor (or buggy) tool box and fallen limbs on the road will be but a momentary delay. I have cut 8 inch thick limbs from maple trees 35 ft high while I was safe on the ground. (note-stand off to the side slightly) Suburban home owners will find that this is a better choice than a chainsaw for occasional cuts."
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- 2/24/2011
said: Bill
"Best folding saw I have ever used. I have done 8 multi-week camping/canoeing trips with it."
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- 11/27/2014
said: Nerida Duncan
"What am I not getting? It seems well made and definitly a handy compact size. It is sharp enough and it does cut. However get a little bit in and it jams, go slow and it jams, go fast and it just jams quicker. That is it gets stuck in the cut and I cant pull on the back stroke at all. I am not cutting thick pieces. It does much better with dead and very dry timber and then it does cut quite quickly but I bought it for pruning overhead limbs of living trees and it just does not like the green stuff. I have gone over the instructions and seem to be doing using it correctly. Quite disappointed really. Any advice from anyone who has been successful with it would be greatly appreciated. "
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