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Re: Oregon Stihl Husky battery powered trim saws
« Reply #20 on: December 12, 2011, 04:34:55 pm »
There was a 16" powersharp set up for the 2100 in the box. So I will test that one on the 2100 chain test.

I couldnt wait to just see. So put the powernow with chain that was on it and did a 3-5 second sharpening and stuck it in a 6" ash that rock hard and another test piece about 8" w8ye had brought by.  I'm guessing some kind of very dry hardwood too?

The chain on the powernow cut really good. The powernow itself seemed a little underpowered to what I am used to in a gas saw. To be honest it is a very small saw with a 14" and it will cut what it was intended for. Smaller and lighter then I expected. It cut the 6"" ash easily. The bigger maybe 8" one pulled it down a little more but the chain cut great if you dont push on it.
 It is very light even with battery installed and I can see where a landscaper or homeowner will have a use for this saw. It was surprisingly quiet too. Just sounded like chain whirring around to me.

It has 3 batts with endurance on them. Is this the longer lasting batts?

If so. Do the endurance batts weigh more then the standard batt?

Hope to do some video and testing this weekend.

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