Battery Powered Chainsaw Reviews: Since it has gone cordless, the big American chainsaw has experienced a revolution. The quiet, clear-cutting, balanced and efficient chain seams have been generated by the high-capacity lithium batteries and enhanced engines (especially brushless types. Consider the five best chainsaws of our tests below and then scroll down to purchasing recommendations and more thorough assessments of these and other top-performing models. The first thing you should note is that the latter is significantly quieter to understand the difference between a gas-engine-based saw and a power-powered electric motor.
The chainsaws of the gas-motors are about 105 decibels long; the chain saw is about 100 decibels approximately equal to that of a circular corded electric saw. As far as weight is concerned cableless chainsaws equal or a few pounds heavier than their gas engine counterparts. (Keep in mind that you do need hearing protection for the two tools.)
A 50-cc gas engine saw weights between 11 and 12 pounds, with an 18-inch bar. In this test, the wireless chainsaws weigh between 11 and 14 livres. A cordless chainsaw could be quicker for small jobs than a comparable gas motor because you don’t have to take time to add fuel. Simply push a battery and go. Gas engine saws, on the other hand, are fantastic.