Remington 41AZ32PG983 RM1025P Electric Pole Saw, 0.05, Orange
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||9.5 x 9 x 66.75 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Weight||12.4 Pounds|
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- 2-IN-1 FUNCTIONALITY: Logs on the ground? Simply detach the saw from the pole to convert the unit from a pole saw into a chainsaw No tools required!
- LONG REACH: Designed with a shaft extendable up to 10-feet for high branches With operator height considered, the pole saw can cut limbs 10-feet to 15-feet overhead making those previously hard-to-reach places easy-to-reach
- ELECTRIC POWERED: An 8-amp electric motor instantly starts to drive the chain over the low-kickback 10-inch bar and chain Get to work right away on your lawn care, trimming, yard work, and other projects
- ADJUSTABLE: A telescoping design paired with flip and lock clamps allows the operator to quickly adjust the length of the pole saw so that trimming trees of varying heights isn’t a hassle
- PRUNE IN COMFORT: Chainsaw has non-slip grip to enhance comfort and an Anti-rotation pole for stability during use Maintain optimal comfortability, comfort, and command
- IMPORTANT NOTE: Bar and chain oil may seep from unit when not in use Remember to loosen the saw chain with the tool-free tensioner if it was adjusted during operation
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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
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
- 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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|Item Dimensions||9.50 x 9.00 x 66.75 inches||42.00 x 8.00 x 9.00 inches||96.45 x 5.50 x 96.00 inches||68.50 x 5.90 x 5.90 inches||97.50 x 7.50 x 9.50 inches||85.00 x 4.00 x 5.00 inches|
|Power Source||Corded Electric||Corded-Electric||Corded Electric||corded-electric||battery-powered||Corded|
The Remington RM1025P Ranger 2-in-1 Pole Saw/Chain Saw is lightweight and easy to use. This electric tree trimmer's powerful 8 amp motor and 10-inch bar and chain are perfect for trimming small to medium-size branches. The Remington RM1025P is equipped with a quick option to detach the 10-foot telescoping pole to convert from a pole saw to a chainsaw after you've brought down those high branches. The easy flip and lock capability clamps down quickly to secure the pole length. The Remington RM1025P has a non-slip grip for comfortable use and is ideal for trimming and pruning hard-to-reach branches. The Remington RM1025P is backed by a 2-year limited warranty.
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I didn’t use the saw by itself because I cut the branches into short segments as I was trimming them off the trees so I didn’t need to do any cutting on the ground, but it handles like a typical chainsaw so cutting branches on the ground should be easy. Attaching the pole to the saw is a little tricky, it’s helpful but not necessary to have someone hold the saw while you attach the pole. Once on the pole it’s a bit heavy but manageable if you’re reasonably strong. I got the model with the straight handle pole because I figured with the other model it would be difficult to keep my hand from sliding off the curved handle as you’re holding the pole at an angle. It’s a little difficult to hold down the trigger lock button with your thumb while you pull the trigger button with your index finger. You have to press the oil button every few cuts. If you’re cutting branches above you the saw dust obviously will come down in your face so you’ll probably want to wear sunglasses or safety goggles and, a good amount of saw dust builds up in the housing where the chain comes into the housing so I was shaking it out every few cuts.
As for cutting it’s good, though I’ve only used it a couple of times. The trees were a shower tree and a pepper tree, both are relatively soft wood. It cut through 1”-2” branches in about 1-3 secs, 3”-4” branches about 5-10 secs, about a 6” trunk took me about 20-30 secs making one under cut and one over cut. Some of the cuts were about 8’-10’ overhead and it does take some strength to lift and lower it but you also use the weight of it to help cut through the branch. If the saw lasts a few years it would be worth the cost.
Chopping them up became much easier as the saw comes apart from the pole so you don't have to stand 5 feet back and lose leverage on the ground.
con- bit heavy. I had to go on a roof to reach some branches and the weight made it a bit scary. Very quick on cutting through though.
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Reviewed in Canada on December 16, 2020
Saw this new improved version on sale and noted improvements.... as the pole is angle shaped so saw won't turn over and the tightening coupler is now a snap bracket rather than threaded nut.
On sale so the price was right and now I also have a spare chainsaw electric motor if I ever need it.
I have resorted to oiling the chain manually by dipping it in a container of chain oil or squirting oil on the chain and bar with an oil can. The saw is very heavy when extended and difficult to maneuver. This leaves you to keep the saw in a vertical position which is not very effective in cutting branches because you need to have it horizontal to use the weight to help with the cutting. I can see where having the saw angled at the end as with the updated model would help.
Using the saw on a ladder is quite dangerous because of the weight of the saw on the end of the pole leaves you vulnerable to a fall.
The space at the drive sprocket filled with debris quite quickly and requires the cover to be removed to remove the debris.
The trigger lock is hard to maneuver especially with gloves on. I found that depending on the angle it required one finger on the trigger and a finger from the other on the trigger lock. I would not buy this brand again due to the problems I encountered.