OREGON PS250 Pole Saw, Tool Only, Cordless Rechargeable Extendable Shaft Branch Cutter and Low Noise (563469)

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OREGON PS250 Pole Saw, Tool Only, Cordless Rechargeable Extendable Shaft Branch Cutter and Low Noise (563469)

OREGON PS250 Pole Saw, Tool Only, Cordless Rechargeable Extendable Shaft Branch Cutter and Low Noise (563469)

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In terms of design, there are a few features in particular that help this pole saw to stand out from its competition. The pivoting head that tilts to 120 degrees , unlike the 30-degree angle offered by most other machines, is a huge plus, as is the telescopic pole that extends out to 2.6m . This pole saw also has a metal guard over the tip of its blade, giving you a total of 15cm of cutting length , along with a shoulder strap attached to the pole. Greenworks pole saw comes with a hedge trimmer attachment. This eight-inch pole saw weighs 11 pounds, has an angled head, and has moveable chain tensioning, making it great for many landscaping tasks.

I was also thrilled with how easy this pole saw was to use. At 4.5kg , some may find it a little heavy, but, for me, its weight was spot on. It gives the head enough weight to balance on the branch you’re cutting, making it much easier to hold the machine steady while it’s in use. This, coupled with the telescopic pole for reaching tall branches, plus the head that pivots 30°, gives you a machine that’s versatile enough to handle just about everything. There are a few important factors to consider when choosing the best pole saw, with one of the most important being reach. Why? Because one of the main benefits of a pole saw is to be able to prune tall, hard-to-reach branches while having both of your feet safely planted on the ground, so estimate how high your tree branches are before browsing through your options. One game-changing feature that many of the newer pole saw models now offer is a pivoting head. This means that you’re able to angle the cutting head in different directions, which makes it so much easier to accurately slice through a branch that’s growing in an awkward way.

Which is the best pole saw 2023?

Some poles will have extension shafts that enable you to add on extra length when needed, and then remove them to shorten the pole when you’re trimming lower branches. If your branches are at varying heights, then a model like this would be ideal for you. So, to sum things up – if large-scale and heavy-duty pruning is on your agenda, then a petrol-powered pole saw is what you need. However, if you’re simply doing some light pruning around your own garden, then go with an electric model, either powered by mains electricity or batteries. Which you choose will depend on a few other factors, but first, let’s take a closer look at the pros and cons that come with each type of pole saw. Petrol-Powered Pole Saw While all pole saws come with a relatively long pole, the exact length of that pole will vary quite significantly. This is obviously a very important feature to pay attention to, since you don’t want to invest in a new pole saw only to find that it’s too short to reach the branches that you need to prune.

Derek has real-world tested 61 products for DIY Garden, and is one of our most experienced testers.

Electric Pole Saws: The most widely available pole saws feature electric motors that power a small chainsaw attached to the pole. These are relatively lightweight so still easy to use for most people, while the electric motor offers some decent cutting power for all kinds of growth. This saw is also fairly easy to use. It’s easy to switch between the different attachments, and it comes with a shoulder strap included. It can be assembled in just a couple of minutes. With all of this in mind, along with our own extensive testing, we chose the Bosch Cordless Pruner UniversalChainPole 18 as our top choice. It meets the mark on so many levels, from how lightweight and simple it is to use to how well it performs on all types of trees, that it’s easy to see why it has such wide appeal.

The rapid charger it comes with ensures the wait time will be shorter. And not only does it charge fast, but it can hold its battery life for up to one hour.

Other bars with an A041 tail mount will fit on the PS250, but it is not recommended and may void the product warranty. One of the lightest saws on the market at just 9.8 pounds, DeWALT’s 20V pole saw makes overhead cutting a cinch. The models that we tested extend to varying lengths, from 2.6m to 4m – the shorter your pole is, the easier the saw will be to manoeuvre, so don’t go for a longer length unless you know you’ll need it.



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