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Re: Oregon Corded Electric Chainsaw CS1500
« Reply #10 on: November 01, 2015, 01:43:21 pm »
Used the CS1500 in some larger wood this past weekend, along with the 40V battery saw.  Both are nice for residential use, due to their simplicity, and low noise.  But the power difference is dramatic!.  I used the battery saw until I felt that I was taxing it a bit, then switched to the corded saw for the larger stuff. 

This is the largest diameter wood that I have cut with this saw, and had no problems with it's performance. This was not a challenge for it; the saw just went about it's business making little pieces of wood out of big ones.

I do encourage people to use a 12 gauge cord with this model, due to its 15A motor.  I took the saw to a GTG a few weeks back (bottom photo), and it was not happy with a low current farm outlet - ended up running it off of a Honda generator for the demonstration.

Philbert

 

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