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Remington RM1635W Versa Saw 16-Inch 12 Amp Electric Chainsaw

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  • -16-inch low-kickback bar and chain
  • -External adjustment screw for chain tension
  • -Automatic chain oiler
  • -Oil level viewer for easy maintenance
  • -Wraparound hand guard makes it easier to use in multiple cutting positions
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Item Weight 9.2 pounds 11 pounds 9.7 pounds 11 pounds
Size 16" Bar Length 16" Bar Length 34.5" L x 7.8" W x 10.3" H 12.3" L x 35.5" W x 9.6" H
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  • Product Dimensions: 32.8 x 9.8 x 8.8 inches ; 9.2 pounds
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  • Item model number: RM1635W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (68 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,708 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Remington RM1635W Versa Saw 16-Inch 12 Amp Electric Chainsaw

The Remington RM1635W Versa Saw is a 16-inch electric chainsaw that is designed for fast and easy trimming, pruning and light cutting. This saw is lightweight and easy to handle. It includes an automatic chain oiler and a soft-touch rear grip for comfort and reduced vibration. The chainsaw comes fully assembled and includes a 2-year limited warranty.

Lightweight and easy to handle
Wraparound hand guard makes it easier to use in multiple cutting positions
A compact saw with a powerful punch

The word “versatile” best describes the ability of the Remington RM1635W Versa Saw electric chainsaw to trim and prune trees. The saw is compact but packs a powerful punch. It is reliable and ready to be put into action. The chain can be tensioned by an external screw for quick adjustments in the field. It also has an automatic oiler. The Versa Saw sets the standard for mid-priced saws.

Powerful 12 amp motor

Slice through branches with ease with this powerful 12 amp electric motor.

16-inch low-kickback bar and chain

Cut through branches with ease and little kickback, so you can tackle the tough tasks around your yard.

Wraparound hand guard

Keep your hands away from debris while doing serious work.

Features
  • Powerful 12 amp electric motor
  • 16-inch low-kickback bar and chain
  • External adjustment screw for chain tension
  • Automatic chain oiler
  • Oil level viewer for easy maintenance
  • Wraparound hand guard makes it easier to use in multiple cutting positions
  • Included cord lock prevents cord from disconnecting
  • Comes fully assembled
  • Backed by a 2-year limited warranty
The automatic oiler oils the chain, so you don't have to
Automatic chain oiler

Work through branch after branch without ever having to worry about lubricating the chain.



Important Information

Safety Warning
Always wear eye protection. Read and follow all warnings and illustrations included in the owner's manual.

Customer Reviews

This works very well and it is very quiet.
FrogRacing
The problem comes at the point when you (inevitably) need to adjust the tension in the chain.
R. Jones
Easy to use and perfect for small trees, highly recommended.
Cindy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By warrends on October 1, 2003
I just used this little chain saw to take down a large tree (well, large in my book ...). These chain saws are always 'advertised' and 'meant' to be used only for small trees (maybe 3"-4"), and trimming and pruning. I had a tree with about a 12" diameter trunk that I had to take down after the recent hurricane. I bought this puppy, and the tree was horizontal on the ground within about a half hour. Another 2 hours or so of cutting it into bite-sized pieces and chucking them into the woods, and I was done.
This chain saw went way beyond my expectations. I always figured that an electric chain saw would bog down at the first opportunity. It didn't even come close. I was careful to take smaller chunks out, wedges, to make a large kerf, than maybe I woul dhave if I had had a large gas-powered chain saw. But this wasn't always possible, and it did fine anyway. Also, I did use it to cut directly through all of the main branches, many of which were 6" or 8" in diameter. Same thing - went through like a charm. And this was all with a very old 50-foot extension cord, so the load from that didn't affect it either.
The auto-oiler seemed to work. I filled the reservoir about half way, and it emptied over time, so I did it again, and it used most of it up. But, then again, I was pitting this little chain saw against more than it was designed for, so the oil was probably sorely needed. And this did beat having to manually pump a button for oil, which my last chain saw required.
If I needed to buy this again, I definitely would.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By R. Jones on November 13, 2006
I bought this tool 2-3 years ago, unsure of whether I really needed a chainsaw long term. As I have trees on my lot and feed a woodstove, I have found the tool indespensible. However, I am not at all happy with Remington's version of a chainsaw. The positive, and the negative, is simply: this tool is cheap. I liked the fact that it is quiet and emits no pollution at the point of use. The power was always acceptable. The problem comes at the point when you (inevitably) need to adjust the tension in the chain. The tensioner is worthy of a matchbox car, not a power tool. The adjuster travels a plastic track, based on your turning of a thumbscrew. The mechanism bent at first stress, and works no more. Too bad, as the motor and chain are still as good as ever. As they say, the bitterness of low quality lasts longer than the sweetness of a low price. This function could have been more robust. The tool is worth less without it. Spend the extra money to get a real tool.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Joe B on August 8, 2006
First of all, I have to say that I am careful with all my tools and I do everything I can to make them last; but this saw is a tiny step up from what you'd find at a toy store and is simply garbage. I got this thing because I had to drop two small trees (One about 12" at the trunk and one 8") then clean up a few dead limbs.

Summary: with a single afternoon of work (about 1 solid hour of run time) I had:
~Bad oiler pump
~Trashed bar tensioner
~Shot trigger switch

Here's the story:
Right out of the box the thing ran dry as a bone with no bar oil being pumped. After 10 minutes of cutting I realized that the reservoir was still full. I then opened the case up and played with the little oiler pump; apparently it was jammed or not manufactured right. After working the innards around, I got something unstuck (?) and that fixed the pump.

After half an hour more, the saw got jammed on tree debris and the blade went slack. Opening it up again, I quickly realized the tensioner was little more than a #6 machine screw with a pathetic "doo-jobber" engaging the bar. With a bit of sawdust and bark, that whole works had gotten bent to heck. (FYI, the bar tension is critical and most saws use a big freakin' bolt). After fighting some more, I got it marginally useable. (I figured I'd finish up this project before saying "back to the Loche with yee Nessie" and returning it)

It then ran fine for about 15 minutes; suddenly, out of nowhere, the worthless thing started to "sputter" and then completely die. After screaming some obscenities, I put the saw down and walked away to cool off. Eventually I realized that if I squeezed the trigger and bumped the saw against the tree stump it would gasp back to life.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By cst on March 29, 2007
I owned the previous version of Remington's electric chainsaws (a 14-incher), and it was the best little chainsaw ever. I cut huge (24") logs with it, as well as small branches. It worked and worked. So, of course, when I needed a new one, I thought I'd buy a Remington.

Their new models are pieces of crap! I have bought both the 16" (two times) and the 14". Neither works. Both leak oil like crazy. Fill it up, and the next day almost every drop has drained away. The tension adjustment is awful. With the 14" saw, I cut about three 2" diameter branches. The cuts were awful--the saw jumped around. Then, the chain would no longer stay on the saw. I spent over an hour adjusting it, to no avail. It is CRAP.

The 16" saw was better only in that the chain didn't fall off. But the cuts were just as bad--wide and jumpy.

I do not know why they continue to sell this garbage! Do they even test them? How could they not know the oil leaks and that the saws cut like crap? Mever again will I buy a Remington! At least the stores took them back!
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