Gasoline-powered chain saws are available in a range of power ratings and guide bar lengths for tackling medium to heavy duty tasks and large-diameter cuts. These chain saws are typically heavier and more powerful than electric chainsaws, and their weight helps the blade progress through the cut. Gas-powered tools run on a mixture of oil and gasoline, so there's no cord to limit mobility when using the tool.
Use these variable-speed chain saws for applications such as felling trees and removing tree limbs. The two-stroke, air-cooled engine has anti-vibration features to reduce user fatigue.
Makita — Electric Starter
Echo — Recoil Starter
Extended Reach for Wood
These chain saws extend your reach when cutting wood in high-up or remote areas where it would be difficult or unsafe to stand on a ladder while sawing, such as when cutting limbs from trees. Also known as pole saws, these tools can be used while standing on the ground or in aerial baskets.