I've previously reviewed another battery-powered chainsaw (Black & Decker's GKC 1820 L-XE) and rated it highly. I extolled its virtues for light work on a small rural property; and back then (early days of lithium-powered tools) believed it to be quite exceptional.
Recently, we purchased two Husqvarna 120i chainsaws. I say 'we', as I convinced a mate to buy one, a few weeks after I did. He didn't need much convincing... and traded his fuel operated 'Husqie'... never to go back! These saws are exceptional... light(er), powerful and reliable....The battery lasts much longer than any of my many lithium-powered tools... and while I still own five chainsaws (three Husqvarnas and two B & Ds) the 120i is the preferred tool on our ten-acre heavily-forested block. It's ideal for pruning (clean[er] cut), light firewood... odd jobs... and even rough carpentry. [Photo size comparison of the 120i with smaller B&D behind.]
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|Bar Length||30 cm|
|Features||Automatic Chain Oiling / Lubrication, Chain Brake and Tool-free Chain Tensioning|
|Noise Level||101 dB|
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