Earthwise CVPS41008 8-Inch 6-Amp Corded Electric 2-in-1 Convertible Chain Saw/Pole Saw
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- 2 Tools in 1 – 8″ Chain Saw or Pole Saw
- 8" Oregon bar and chain
- Lightweight, adjustable telescoping fiberglass pole extends to 9'
- Automatic oiling system
- Tool required for chain tension adjustment
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From the manufacturer
Earthwise CVPS43010 2-in-1 Multi Tool is a safe and convenient solution to cut those hard to reach tree limbs. This tool easily converts from a handheld chainsaw to a pole saw in just seconds! - This is a great useful tool for around the yard trimming, pruning, and cutting safely on the ground. The pole saw attachment extends to 8 feet with a adjustable pivot head with 5 settings that allows you to cut from -20 degrees to 60 degrees! Remove the pole and it easily converts to a hand-held chainsaw. Features include an automatic oiling system, oil level window & side chain tensioning knob, powerful 7 amp motor, and a reliable 10-Inch Oregon bar & chain, blade cover, shoulder strap.
- 7 Amp Motor
- 10-inch Oregon Bar and Chain
- Toolless Chain Tensioning
- Max pole extention: 8 Feet
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|Are batteries included?||No||No||No||No|
|Are batteries required?||No||No||No||No|
|Item Dimensions||108.00 x 5.50 x 6.50 inches||40.55 x 11.42 x 5.12 inches||39.75 x 8.44 x 9.25 inches||18.00 x 37.50 x 10.50 inches|
|Item Weight||11.00 lbs||10.47 lbs||12.50 lbs||12.60 lbs|
|Power Source||corded-electric||Electric Powered||Not Applicable||Corded-Electric|
|Size||8-Inch, 6-Amp||8.5-Inch||Pack of 1||1 pack|
Earthwise CVPS41008 Electric Convertible Pole Saw extends to over 9-Feet 6-Inch The 8-Inch Oregon Bar is adjustable to 3 cutting angles which allows you to cut high sections of the tree from various positions. Remove the light weight extendable fiberglass handle from the Earthwise CVPH41008 and the Convertible Pole Saw becomes a powerful chain saw with 6-1/2 Amp motor that quickly cuts branches up to 6-Inches thick
From the Manufacturer
The Earthwise Convertible Pole Saw is two tools in one. It converts from a pole saw to a hand held chainsaw with just the push of a button. The light weight fiberglass pole extends reach to over 9 ft. Remove the pole and it becomes a powerful chain saw with 6.5 Amp motor that quickly cuts branches up to 6 inches thick! The adjustable cutting head has three positions for convenient maneuverability to cut those high tree branches. This handy tool features an automatic bar and chain oiling system, an 8" Oregon bar and chain, telescoping handle and a protective bar/chain cover for safety when not in use. No Gas, No Fumes! Note: Bar and chain oil not included. Fill oil well with new quality bar and chain oil, or if unavailable, unused SAE 30 weight motor oil may be substituted. Earthwise is the Clean Air Choice!
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the good: the chain-saw is fairly easy to use, even for a novice; not too heavy at all, even at the end of the pole (thanks to the handy over-the-shoulder strap), looks fairly easy to maintain, and because of its 10" bar will cut through thicker branches and trees than the 8" (though the 8" saws are lighter). switching from pole-saw mode to saw mode is so easy that anyone with opposable thumbs should be able to do it and was really the main selling point for me -- once i cut the branches down, i didn't want to have to cut them into manageable chunks from 8 feet away, I wanted to be able to take the saw off the pole.
the things i wish someone had told me before i bought it:
1. the pole is 6 feet long; they advertise the pole-saw's maximum extension as 8 feet, but this must be a measurement from tip of the saw to the back end of the trigger end, which makes it technically true (and explains how the hedge trimmer can be longer at 8.8 feet), but not really. if you are expecting to cut things 8 feet away from your extended arms, you won't be able to, not without standing on something (which, if you think about it, is not the safest thing in the world to do). not a deal-breaker, but something i wish i had known ahead of time as I ended up needing a ladder for a couple of branches, which was not ideal, and for this i take off a star.
2. you can use regular 30-weight motor oil instead of bar and chain oil (this is straight from the manual). It's not that bar and chain oil is expensive (it's not; it costs less than most motor oils when you buy it at your favorite store where they wear orange aprons), it's just that i don't need a quart of it, since the saw only takes a couple ounces of it and now that i'll use it so infrequently, the remainder of that quart will easily outlast not just the saw's usable life, but mine, as well.
if i find any shrubs to trim, i'll update this review with thoughts on the shrub trimmer.
The extension poles works well. It's a bit unwieldy extended in some positions, but I think any tool would be, unless it's a pro tool that has been engineered with a lot more thought and input from professionals ... in which case you'd be paying 2-3x as much. For home use, where you'll be using the pole occasionally (i.e. every week for an hour or two) it seems adequate. Parts fit together pretty well, but the feel isn't nearly as solid compared to pro tools I've used. That said, however, they have held up fine and I am not too worried about them breaking given what I've seen so far. They don't feel cheap ... just don't inspire confidence in the plastic they are made of either.
The chainsaw is a little monster for the size! Boy, was I impressed. It chewed through some logs I did not expect it to. We had some storm damage and I cleared the stuff on my property and helped the neighbor. My Stihl worked as always - great, cuts like a hot knife through butter. But this little beastie definitely held it's own and I surprisingly found myself reaching for it for anything under about 6-7" as it cut about as well and it was lighter and quicker to grab it over the Stihl. That's saying something as I usually always put in any extra effort required to use a serious tool over cheap lightweight things. It worked far better than I thought as a pole saw. I was able to cut a 6-8" section of tree that was broken but hung up (trunk level with ground but 8+ft up in air) with no trouble. I did a couple cuts, but it ripped right thought it in no time and was certainly easy enough to handle up in the air.
Summary - great little set of chainsaw - polesaw - hedge trimmer for the money. Would not use professionally or for heavy / long tasks repeatedly, but for homeowner, even someone with a moderate to large place to maintain, this seems like a good set and great value. I was a little concerned about durability (why I waited to put them through some serious work and repeated use before reviewing) but so far, they are fine and seem like they are of adequate build for home use.
Top international reviews
The saw is small enough on its own when converted to a chain saw, which is a nice feature, that my boys can use it easily without getting away from them or being to heavy.
Overall I am happy with it.
I would recommend this product for light to medium work. Not for chopping logs.