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Remington RM1025P/RM1015P Ranger/Branch Wizard 10-Inch 8 Amp 2-in-1 Electric Chain Saw/Pole Saw Combo

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  • This 2-in-1 detachable pole saw is the perfect tool for hard-to-reach small limb trimming
  • Powerful 8-amp electric motor drives the saw with a low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain
  • The saw has the ability to cut high branches 10-feet to 15-feet overhead
  • Easy flip and lock clamps quickly secure pole length, along with nonslip grip for comfortable use
  • Quick and tool-less conversion from pole saw to chainsaw
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Product Description

Includes 8 Amp 10 in. 2-in-1 Electric Pole Saw - 41AZ22PG983, 10 in. Bar and Chain, Owner's Manual


Product Details

Product Manual [260kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9 x 66.8 inches ; 11.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00008ZOXX
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 41AZ32PG983
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (386 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,174 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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From the Manufacturer

  • Low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain.
  • 10-foot electric pole saw reaches up to 15 feet.
  • Easy flip and lock clamps quickly secure pole length.
  • Nonslip grip for comfortable use.
  • Anti-rotation pole design for stable use.
  • Push-button oiler with easy-squeeze bulb provides the right amount of oil.
  • Ideal for trimming and pruning hard-to-reach branches.

Remington RM1025P Ranger 10-Inch 8 Amp 2-in-1 Electric Chainsaw/Pole Saw

Product Description:

The Remington RM1025P Ranger 2-in-1 pole saw/chain saw is lightweight and easy for anyone to use. The 10-inch bar and chain are perfect for trimming small to medium-size branches. The powerful 8 amp motor drives the saw, with a quick option to convert from pole saw to chain saw. Attached to the 10-foot telescoping pole, the saw has the ability to easily trim high branches and tree limbs. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

What's in the box:

  • RM1025P 2-in-1 Electric Chainsaw/Pole Saw
  • Cord lock to prevent cord from disconnecting.
  • Operator's Manual

Low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain

Cut through overhead branches with less kickback, thanks to the special 10-inch bar and chain design.

Operate with ease

Equipped with a nonslip grip for comfortable use.

Adjustable aluminum upper pole with flip and lock clamps

Reach up to 10 extra feet with the durable pole construction and easy-to-use clamps to hold them in place.

2-in-1 chainsaw/pole saw combo

Tool-less change from pole saw to chain saw. Quickly disconnect the pole to turn your pole saw into a handheld chain saw for tackling a variety of cutting tasks.

Extra Strength and Improved Reach

Dominate nature’s highest limbs with the adjustable 10-foot Remington RM2015P Ranger. Its long aluminum pole provides extra strength and improved reach, while being secured in place with the easy flip and lock clamps. The instant start, electric 8 amp motor powers through branches with the low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain, so you can work like a lopping, pruning machine. And when you’ve finished taking down branches from above, the pole immediately disconnects from the chain saw, so you can slice branches down to the perfect size.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

283 of 293 people found the following review helpful By Mark Harkey on September 7, 2006
I have used a gas pole saw by Husqvarna in the past so I am familiar with these saws. Overall this product is decent. It doesn't cut as sweet as the Husqvarna but it gets the job done. The older reviews in this sequence are for an outdated model that they no longer sell. They fixed most of the problems that people reported below. The latest saw has a hex shaped pole so you can identify it as the latest version. I would recommend this saw for light duty sawing only.

Don't think that because this saw is electric with lots of plastic that it is light and easy to maneuver. Extended fully out it takes some strength to use. The Husqvarna is only 6 feet long and lighter, but 3 feet shorter than the longer reach of the Remington. The Husqvarna also sells for 5 times more than the cost of the Remington which makes the Remington a bargain.

What makes this saw clumsy to use is the motor location. For example, the Husqvarna has the motor located below your hands. The saw is driven by a gear internal to the pole. That feature is also its limitation, in that the length is not adjustable. With most of the weight positioned below your hands the saw is easy to manipulate. But for the Remington, the motor is at the end of the pole. That puts the balance point at the wrong end which makes it harder to maneuver when fully extended. Set to 6 feet it's not bad. Some of the battery operated pole saws put the weight at the bottom where it should be and could also be a consideration.

My only real complaint about this saw is the oiler which didn't work well. Since I'm experienced with chain saws I could see that the amount of oil feed on the chain after repeated pumping was still inadequate.
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133 of 139 people found the following review helpful By rnbcpe on November 26, 2004
I purchased one of these 10" pole saws this summer and used it about three times before the chain started jumping off the drive gear. I found that a "c" clip for the plate that holds the chain on the drive gear had popped off. I replaced the clip, but it only stayed on for one more run. I purchased Remington's 14" trimmer version and mounted it to the pole and haven't had any problems since. Some of these saws have the "c" clip and some have bolts holding the plate in place. Beware of the "c" clip.
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96 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Christian Stovall on September 20, 2005
I bought this little guy the same day I bought a proper gas-powered chainsaw (16" Homelite), both at Home Depot. It took care of all of the limbs around my roofline without a problem. Other than being a little awkward with the pole fully extended (mostly just heavy and long), the operation of the saw, with or without the pole, was very straightforward. I wish I could say the same for the Homelite. After the REAL chainsaw blade came off twice and got too dull to even use, I pulled out the Remington and fell 4 10" diameter oak trees without a problem. Clearly this saw is not to be your primary and dragging around the cord is tedious but it will dispatch limbs without a second thought and if you need it to go a little further, it'll gladly do it. I was reluctant when I bought it, but very glad that I did once I put it to use.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By D. C. Grinnell on October 17, 2004
I have onwned a standard 21" chainsaw for many years but frequently find the need to trim branches from trees several feet in the air. That saw is too cumbersome for the job. While considering the Remington 10" Electric Polesaw several people advised me that if I bought it I would be very happy with it. I did and I am. I have two very large oak trees in my front yard. They have needed low-level trimming for a couple of years. Quotes to do this have run in the neighborhood of $500.00.

I trimmed the branches from the first tree, cut them up, and placed them at the curb for pickup by our city trash crews. This job took me two mornings and resulted in a pile of trimmings 6' high and 30' long. I more than paid for the saw trimming that first tree. I will trim the second tree in the next week or two.

The saw is very well engineered but can be difficult to handle when fully extended. I trimmed many of the branches while standing on a 6' step ladder. A couple of the limbs were 7"-8" at their base and the saw handled them with ease. Let gravity and the saw do the work and keep the chain adjusted. The newest models have a one-knob disconnect for removing the saw from the handle but I left the saw on the pole when cutting up the branches and that worked fine.

If you have trees to trim this saw will pay for itself quickly and it is of outstanding quality.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Blow on March 18, 2006
Does cut small branches well. However, the main sprocket is made of plastic. If a twig jambs the saw, the teeth shear off the sprocket. Sprocket replacement requires disassembling the saw. Encountered this problem when trimming branches in my hedge.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Robert L. Lipinski on August 21, 2006
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Used an older version before buying this model.

Much improved in small ways.

Mounting to the pole now takes only seconds.

Pole is now a hex with quick lock, much improved.

Very well built
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 23, 2003
I bought one of these after a recent ice storm left several limbs half-hanging from our trees. I'm not experienced with chain saws in general, so I can't accurately say how this compares with other saws. I would classify this is as a less-expensive homeowner-type saw.
However, I can say that it seems to work as intended. From what I understand, it has the same power as most electric chainsaws of its size (a little weak). But it cuts small limbs fine. The thickest limb I cut was about four inches in diameter. Also keep in mind that handling the saw with the pole fully extended is a little tricky, and wears on your arms. The saw sometimes bounces a bit at the end of the pole, so the cuts aren't that smooth or precise. But each cuts gets a little better with practice.
You can also use the saw without the pole. But releasing the attachment between the pole and the saw is quite annoying, and requires undoing four screws and washers. It would be nice to see a model that snapped on and off the pole more easily.
In the very least you will be the envy of your neighbors, who may line up to borrow your new toy.
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