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They will want to make you their Maine squeeze.
By Chrissy Anderson on April 10, 2013
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Tonia, my Chainmate is very light. A thing I really like about it. I have a couple of these. The chainsaw itself weighs about 4 ounces and its case (by itself) weighs about 1 ounce with a total for both together of about 5 ounces. Hope this information helps!
By Very Pleased on November 6, 2013
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It's the same as a chainsaw. Metal bits with a cutting-edge riveted together.
By Kelo on November 29, 2013
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I did use 550 cord and used it to trim a branch that was 35 ft near my house.
By jake on March 9, 2014
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I've used it a couple of times and so far it works pretty well. Once you get a rhythm going it works. I've cut up to about a 12 inch log. I believe it works in both directions.
By J. Ticknor on November 15, 2013
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you don't have to cut through the whole thing. you just have to cut it enough so you can break it the rest of the way.
By Grumbler on January 28, 2014
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I hate to bust your bubble, First of all "The chain-mate company does not exist in the USA". As someone that was in this line for many years, there are very few companies in the USA that actually make this item, and the few that do charge triple the price and are of the same quality. I remember when this page did not s… see more I hate to bust your bubble, First of all "The chain-mate company does not exist in the USA". As someone that was in this line for many years, there are very few companies in the USA that actually make this item, and the few that do charge triple the price and are of the same quality. I remember when this page did not say on it "Made in the USA". they are all made over seas that's why it is the price it is selling for. But i got to say, I am a frequent hiker and use these all the time and they work good. see less I hate to bust your bubble, First of all "The chain-mate company does not exist in the USA". As someone that was in this line for many years, there are very few companies in the USA that actually make this item, and the few that do charge triple the price and are of the same quality. I remember when this page did not say on it "Made in the USA". they are all made over seas that's why it is the price it is selling for. But i got to say, I am a frequent hiker and use these all the time and they work good.
By Ipad Owner on March 22, 2016
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I have not but, thought I'd comment on this saw. I ride a horse and from time to time need to cut a limb or small tree. I have used this several times and really like it. It will get bound sometimes but I manage to get it going again (I am a 66 year old woman so upper body strength is weak). The one thing I would chang… see more I have not but, thought I'd comment on this saw. I ride a horse and from time to time need to cut a limb or small tree. I have used this several times and really like it. It will get bound sometimes but I manage to get it going again (I am a 66 year old woman so upper body strength is weak). The one thing I would change, and I did, is the BLACK nylon holding straps. I replaced them with RED nylon. If I need to put the saw down to move limbs and brush it is much easier to find. see less I have not but, thought I'd comment on this saw. I ride a horse and from time to time need to cut a limb or small tree. I have used this several times and really like it. It will get bound sometimes but I manage to get it going again (I am a 66 year old woman so upper body strength is weak). The one thing I would change, and I did, is the BLACK nylon holding straps. I replaced them with RED nylon. If I need to put the saw down to move limbs and brush it is much easier to find.
By Alison Best on September 11, 2013
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Because I think the item used to be made in USA, but now they are sending out low quality knock off made in china versions. It's really a form of scamming called bait and switch.
By Electrical Fluke on January 16, 2015
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It is about 23 inches long and has hand hold grips
By ozsum on June 16, 2014