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Black & Decker NLP1800 Alligator Lopper 18-Volt Cordless Chain Saw

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  • Powerful 18-volt motor
  • Innovative clamping jaws grab and cut in one easy motion
  • Cuts branches and logs up to four inches in diameter
  • Six inch bar length; weighs 7.9 pounds
  • limited 2-year warranty; includes 18-volt battery, battery charger, and oil bottle
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Weight 10.2 pounds 6.5 pounds 6.8 pounds 11.68 pounds
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  • Item Weight: 10.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0019NACTG
  • Item model number: NLP1800
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (268 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,307 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Take a big bite out of breaches and brush with the 18V Alligator Lopper, a revolutionary new cutting tool that provides chainsaw-like cutting performance in an un-intimidating and easy to use tool. Another addition to the current Black and Decker 18V cordless lawn and garden family, the 18V Alligator Lopper gives you 150 cuts per charge of 1-1/2-inch pine branches with its scissor-like action. The patented allow clamping jaws allows you to grab and cut limbs safely. Once limbs are on the ground, the Alligator Lopper is perfect for chopping them up into manageable pieces to throw away or into your fireplace. The Alligator Lopper is ideal for tree pruning and clearing brush and is a great alternative to chainsaws, manual loppers, handsaws and clippers. The Alligator Lopper’s jaws offer the ultimate in controlled cutting. The rugged metal guards that cover the jaws protect you from the cutting chain and immediately snap back over the blades once the cut is complete. The Alligator Lopper’s jaws also mean it does not skip around like chainsaws when starting to cut. The Alligator Lopper cuts side-to-side instead of from top to bottom as with traditional chainsaws. This sideways cutting prevents burying the cutting chain in the dirt as the chain cuts though, which can quickly dull a regular chainsaw. The Alligator Lopper's two handed switch prevents accidental start-up of the tool. The Alligator Lopper’s auto chain tensioning keeps it in top cutting form. Just loosen the bar retainer bolts with the included wrench and the bar automatically takes out the slack and adjusts the chain’s tension perfectly.

Product Description

Includes 18V Cordless 6-in Alligator Lopper - NLP1800R, 18V Battery, Battery Charger


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use.
Doug Kramer
A great tool for small to medium trimming jobs.
David B. Moorehead
Battery life was good for me.
justme

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

170 of 175 people found the following review helpful By mrbasicshark on November 13, 2009
This item, Black & Decker NLP1800 Alligator Lopper 18-Volt Cordless Chain Saw, has lots of potential. It cuts the branches well, even fairly thick ones.

The problems: 1) Battey life...easy fix, get a spare battery... 2) requires frequet oiling 3) This is the worst problem I see, but possible a deal break: the top chain guard can very easily get postioned were it rubs the chain, creating wear and eating a whole in the guard..

Overall: I would say worth $75-99, but would not give over $100 for it again untill the above bugs are corrected.
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82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By M. Oman on July 30, 2008
It is great for pruning, especially in "overgrown" hedges, etc. The ability to cut between branches without damaging the branches on the back side of the chain is critical. It is nice to be able to just switch it on and off without having to restart an engine. It is extremely quick and quiet. Oiling is a minor problem.
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108 of 114 people found the following review helpful By H. Shannon on October 30, 2008
After hurricane winds knocked down my tree, a neighbor brought over her Electric B&D Alligator to help. It did such a great job in the short time she was there, I knew it was a tool to add to my collection! The only drawback was that, due to the storm damage, limbs were everywhere and repositioning/getting enough reach with the extension cord was a little difficult.

Since purchasing the B&D 18-Volt Cordless Lawncare Center earlier this year, I have built up 5 interchangeable batteries and was SO EXCITED to be able to buy a CORDLESS version. I cut up the rest of my tree (excluding the trunk) with my new cordless alligator - some branches were just over four inches! Battery life was 40-50 mins depending on the size of the branches.

The cordless version was a bit more expensive than the electric lopper. So if you don't already have several batteries from other tools, it might be better to save the $$ and go corded.

Overall it was a great investment and puts my family's mind at ease because it is so much safer than a traditional chain saw!
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67 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Comdet TOP 50 REVIEWER on November 18, 2008
I'm a big fan of the 18volt B&D line - have their regular hedge trimmer, the extended trimmer, the pole saw, the chainsaw, blower, and several others. I've always wanted one of the Alligator cutters since it came out, but the fact that it was corded held me back. Most of the time, the time and hassle of dealing with an electrical cord makes doing it by hand easier.

So pleased to see that B&D came out with a cordless version of the Alligator! Works great, and solves one of the biggest problems of cutting limbs - chopping them into smaller lengths for disposal. The cordless chainsaw does a great job of getting the limb to the ground, but you have to prop up the limb before cutting it into pieces so you don't hit the ground with the chain. This is where the Alligator shines -- the protective cover keeps you from hitting the ground, so you don't have to spent the time propping up limbs. Just grab and cut.

It's also very helpful on limbs. While it can't cut through as thick of a limb as the cordless chainsaw, for smaller jobs it's all you need. Also fantastic for cutting thick, overgrown bushes -- it handles the thick stalks that stops even the biggest hedge trimmer.

The downside with this, and all other B&D cordless products, is battery life. Get a spare battery (or two) and the one hour charger. When the battery dies, swap it out and keep going. If you need batteries, keep an eye out for sales on the cordless blower. It comes with two batteries and, when it's on sale, is cheaper than buying just the battery.

Oiling is a bit of a pain -- wish they provided a system like they have on the cordless chainsaw. It's workable, but you nearly always dribble out some oil, so make sure you're standing where a couple of oil drops won't cause a problem when they hit the floor.

Fantastic product that is easy, safe and (at least for me) fun to use.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Jackson VINE VOICE on January 23, 2009
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At one time I was an avid user of chain saws. Cutting up entire trees for firewood and to clear space. Now I cannot start a chainsaw due to a bad shoulder and I am extremely frustrated because even the small stuff is overgrown due to no longer being a goat owner. Enter the alligator lopper. It is quick and safe to use, I carry the oil in my pocket and I can trim to my heart's content. This is a great product. I bought the chainsaw also so I am ready with three batteries and enthusiasm that comes with a product that lives up to its advertised purpose. I love this thing.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By spiglett on November 1, 2009
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A great little saw. My family and friends have all bee impressed with this little chain saw. And because of the design, It is safe enough for my children (older than 12) to use. Because it is set up like hedge clippers, you do not have to hold, or hold down what you are cutting. As a matter of fact, you have to squeeze both handles, so your hands are always out of the way. And because it grabs from both sides of the work, you do not have to hold anything under your foot. Also,the guards keep the chain out of the dirt (and feet), so it stays sharp much longer than your normal chain saw. I have cut thru 4" and larger logs regularly.
I have 2 of these, and 10 batteries (I got 3 free batteries thru Amazon promotions!!!) I also have the 8" pruning chain saw on a pole, and the Grasshog and hedge trimmer on a pole.
The 5th star is missing because the charger is so lame. It should indicate when the charge is full, and when the battery is shot. It only indicates when a battery is in it. not too useful of an indicator. I get about 15 minutes of cutting our of a charge.
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