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Unless you have a really small yard or an indoor garden, there is a good chance that you have a tree or two standing in your property right now. And apart from clearing dead leaves from these trees using a cordless leaf blower, trees need maintenance and primping just as much as your rose bushes do. But it can be difficult - not to mention dangerous - to climb up a ladder with a chainsaw or a manual saw to trim branches and vines from the tree.

Looking to prune bushes, or to cut down trees? When buying a new chainsaw the most important thing to consider is how you will use it. When you are looking for a new chainsaw, there are a couple of things worth considering that will make your work easier.

Power and weight

If you are inexperienced with using a chainsaw it is better to pick a lighter version, since they are easier to handle. Professional users, working full days in the forest, will of course also appreciate a low weight chainsaw.

You should also make sure that your new chainsaw is powerful enough for what your intended use. If you will be doing heavy work, you will need more power and also the right cutting equipment. Most specialised dealers will be able to help you get the right size.

Vibrations can cause injuries

If you are a professional it is important that you make sure that the chainsaw has low vibrations, to lessen the risk of damage to your hands. But even if you only use it sporadically low vibrations gives you a more comfortable use.

Petrol or battery?

A petrol chainsaw is the best choice if you are working long hours out in the woods since you don 't have to carry extra batteries around. But if you only do garden work an electrical chainsaw is an excellent alternative. If you get two batteries you can charge one while you are using the other. Using an electric saw is also practical and comfortable, since the vibrations are smaller and it is less noisy. And you don 't have to worry about fumes and emissions.

Checklist when buying a chainsaw:


Most countries have strict emission regulations that older chainsaws often don't live up to. Make sure your chainsaw follows these regulations, both for your own sake, and for the sake of the environment.


Make sure that the chainsaw has a good balance and lies well in your hand. It should be easy to shift grip on your chainsaw without it getting out of balance, it will help you greatly when operating it.


This is of course one of the most important aspects to consider when buying a chainsaw. Make sure that the saw has plenty of safety features that are well tested, to reduce the risk of injuries. And always use the right protective equipment when you 're working with the chainsaw.


In order to save time maintaining your chainsaw make sure that the air filter and fuel pump are easily accessible, and that it 's easy to tighten the chain.

Oiling System

A chainsaw 's ability to run efficiently largely depends on keeping the chain well-lubed with oil. Chainsaws include a reservoir that stores lubricating oil. Lubrication prevents the chain from becoming stuck in the wood or binding on the chainsaw 's bar. Some chainsaws require you to lubricate the chain manually. Look for cordless chainsaws that use oiling mechanisms to deliver oil to the chain automatically.

Blade Guard

A blade guard is crucial for protecting the chain blade and preventing accidents when the chainsaw is not in use. A blade guard fits over the blade like a scabbard, protecting the blade and preventing accidental cuts when transporting or storing the chainsaw.

At Outbax, we value your safety by providing easy to use garden tools that are also easy on the budget. Cut high branches and thick vines safely using one of our electric pole chainsaws and keep your yard looking its best. Not sure what other portable garden tools to get? No worries! Give us a call today at 02 888 10 333 and our team would be happy to assist you.

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