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Supreme Prod. PS102 Pocket Chainsaw


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  • Overall length 28 in.
  • Product Weight 6 oz.
  • 124 Bi-directional teeth.
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000LNQA50
  • Item model number: 1102
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,520 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

This Pocket Chainsaw is made of high strength, heat-treated steel and is coated for rust resistance. It's so convenient it fits in shirt pocket.  Can be used by one or two persons.

Customer Reviews

It's sturdy and seems to work very well.
Will Burgess
Additionally, the teeth links are so thin and long that it's easy to bend when you get snagged.
Jonathan
This is truly one of the greatest products I have ever used.
Joel Rakoski

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By M. Crandall on February 13, 2009
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I bought this pocket chainsaw to keep in my car for emergencies and the occasional camping trip. However, I have found other uses for it as well. The included handles can be quickly knotted onto the ends of the blade-- or onto a longer rope. I decided to try trimming upper branches out of trees using a couple long ropes, with general success. I threw a weighted rope up into branches 30'-40' feet in the air, attached the handles, and proceeded to prune branches that only a lumberjack would normally be able to cut. Look out below, and obviously use common sense and a hard hat if you attempt this. Since the links are constructed in such a way that the saw can only be folded in one direction (cutting-edge inwards), it was surprisingly easy to pull the saw up into the tree, position it, and cut the branch. I have done this with branches anywhere from 2-3 inches (5 minutes work) all the way to 8" (half hour of hard tugging). Occasionally the blade would bind up, but a hard yank always worked it loose. The bad news-- all this work will dull the blade, and it appears to be difficult to resharpen.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on January 28, 2011
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The Supreme prod. pocket chainsaw broke so easily; on the very first snag! I can see why though. The Supreme pocket chainsaw uses wood-saw teeth instead of actual chainsaw teeth. Don't let the number of teeth fool you, the links of the individual teeth are connected in a way that it is fragile no matter the strength of the material itself. Additionally, the teeth links are so thin and long that it's easy to bend when you get snagged. The product can fit into a little can but only when you disassemble it first(handles and connectors). One last thing, the motion of the wood-saw teeth didn't give off a very motivating feel. It was smooth alright, but it was like you weren't going anywhere; pretty exhausting when you get that feeling.

The Chain-mate version is much better. It uses actual chainsaw teeth that give off a satisfying cutting sound when you're using it. The links are a little bulkier but it's a lot more sturdier. I snagged it a lot and it never broke. Although if you really try for it you can break it but you have to be doing something pretty rugged and careless to do that (like hitting it with an axe). The chain has loops attached to it so you can just unfold it and get started.

So if you get torn between similar products like me, just go with the chain-mate version. It's sturdy, reliable, convenient, and makes a pretty good cutting sound.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By M. Thornton on June 27, 2010
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I was attracted to this product for backpacking and camping. I camp at least once a month in Central Texas. I recently used it for a 2 night kayaking and camping trip. I compared this to several similar products and decided on this one because it is the only one that looked like the handles separated from the saw. I figured this would be good if I wanted to put long ropes on it for throwing in trees and cutting high limbs (which I've done with rope and a regular chain saw chain).

This started out as a great product. I love that it stores easily in the provided canister, which is also useful for keeping it oiled without getting oil all over your gear. The handles were sturdy and comfortable. I did about a dozen cuts through 2 - 5 inch logs without issue. The larger ones were a lot of work so we'd team up, one man on each end, pulling in tandem. Either way, it was a lot more efficient and easier than trying to use a hatchet.

The product is simple, a chain, two wire loops, and two handles. You thread the handles through the big hole in the loops and thread the small end of the loops through the chain. All the problems with this product begin with the loops. They are made to go on/come off easy so that you can put the chain in the storage canister. However, they come off too easy. As soon as you let off slack the loops would come loose from the chain. This was annoying when you were sawing, relaxed for a second, and tried to continue only to realize you were pulling on air. The biggest problem with the loops are that they are the weakest link. The larger hole in the loop is held with a weld. While sawing on our second night this weld broke on one of the loops. Unfortunately we had no suitable substitute with us, but at least we had enough wood for the night.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dixie E. Hart on September 18, 2011
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It works okay, it tends to get stuck a lot in branches bigger than 2" in diameter, then you have to wrestle it loose and start again. I'm a 63 year old female and I have used it several times so it doesn't require a lot of strength just perseverance.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. A. Pence on July 8, 2009
This compact handy little saw can be used for camping or yard work. It is much safer than an electric or gas operated chain saw or even an axe and cuts through small to medium branches and trees easily. Unlike a hand saw, this cuts easily forward and back. Only one caution; you are right in the path of whatever you cut, so prudence should be exercised in selecting the size and position of tree or branch you are cutting, and determining what you can handle falling by you (or on you) far more than consideration of what the saw can cut.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By W. Nelson on June 26, 2007
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This saw would handle any cutting job you would experience on a backpacking trip. This saw's compact and light weight features makes it an essential tool to put on your packing list.
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