Really Safe Chain Saw With Jaws

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Really Safe Chain Saw With Jaws
Jigsaw We'll cut to the quick: Chain saws are dangerous, and that's bound to make you justifiably apprehensive. But we recently discovered a new kind of chain saw that makes limbing and trimming much safer and more convenient. The Worx JawSaw holds the limb in its jaws and cuts with a scissor action, which significantly reduces the chances of kickback and exposure to the blade.

There's a lot more to like about the JawSaw (see video):

  • Its long handle lets you make ground cuts without bending over.
  • Only one tool is needed for adjusting and replacing the chain or bar.
  • It has an automatic oiling system for the bar and chain.
  • It's electric powered, so there's no mixing gas or hard starting.
If the standard handle isn't long enough to reach your work, there's an optional 12-ft. pole attachment for pruning overhead; it installs without tools.

Start Jawing with purchase of the Worx JawSaw.

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