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Offline Philbert

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Re: Oregon 40V Pole Saw
« Reply #10 on: April 24, 2014, 01:59:01 pm »
Oregon is giving away one of these 40V pole saws.  To enter, you have to 'Like' their post on FaceBook  Ends May 1 (2014)

https://www.facebook.com/OREGONCordlessToolSystem?fref=nf

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Re: Oregon 40V Pole Saw
« Reply #11 on: April 24, 2014, 02:35:01 pm »
Liked even though I never win anything.   :'(   Thanks for passing this onto us here.  8)

Just happy to be with decent health and life over winning anything I guess  8).  Winning just isnt in my cards on drawings.  :P


I take that back.......  I did win something once  on a drawing at a GTG.  Miracle Wedge.  Didnt fill right being it was donated by Art to this site for the drawing. I told the person to draw another ticket as I couldnt feel right about winning it.
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Re: Oregon 40V Pole Saw
« Reply #12 on: August 09, 2014, 05:51:13 pm »
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Any speculation on what this will cost?

Just updating this thread, due to traffic in some of the other cordless saw threads.  The PS250 has been available for a few months now, so you should be able to find comments and reviews from other users floating around the Internet.

List pricing seems to be around $250 for the bare tool (if you already have other tools in the 'family': chainsaw, string trimmer, hedge trimmer, etc.).  With the largest battery (4.0 Ah) and charger, the list price seems to be around $450.

Through September 1, 2014 Oregon will throw in a free, extra 1.25 Ah battery with the purchase of some of these tools as a promotion.  I like the larger capacity batteries (2.4 and 4.0 Ah), but it's nice to have at least one extra battery to get you through something when your main one runs out, or while it is charging.  And for 'free' . . .

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