Blue Max 2-in-1 Portable 10 in. Corded Electric Chainsaw with Telescoping Pole-52959 - The Home Depot

Blue Max

Model # 52959

Internet # 204605440

2-in-1 Portable 10 in. Corded Electric Chainsaw with Telescoping Pole

Blue Max 2-in-1 Portable 10 in. Corded Electric Chainsaw with Telescoping Pole

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Model # 52959

Internet # 204605440

Blue Max is a leading brand in professional outdoor power equipment and includes generators, chainsaws, snow blowers and log splitters. Expect the very best quality components in Blue Max equipment to handle the hardest jobs. Blue Max equipment is built to work and start the first time, every time. The Blue Max 2-in-1 Portable 10 in. Corded Electric Chainsaw with Telescoping Pole is rated with 750W power to handle a variety of light cutting and limbing applications. This chainsaw is equipped with an Oregon 10 in. bar and chain and is the ideal size for medium to light brush and limb removal. The telescopic handle has a range of 6 ft. to 10 ft. perfect for those jobs that are out of reach. Use as a lightweight and portable electric chain saw or add the lightweight telescoping handle for hard to reach areas. Perfect for homeowners and pro usage.

  • Telescope reaches from 6 to 10 ft.
  • 750-Watt High-output electric motor for a variety of light cutting and limbing applications
  • Use as a portable electric chain saw (without the telescoping pole handle) or easily add the handle for hard to reach areas
  • 800 RPM idle speed
  • 10 in. Oregon chain and bar
  • Ideal for either homeowner or pro usage
  • 1 year warranty
  • 6 to 10 ft.
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Assembled Depth (in.)  38.19 in  Assembled Height (in.)  7.87 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  9.84 in  Bar Length (in.) 
Chain size  8 in.  Maximum cut diameter (in.)  0.75 
Maximum extension cord length (ft.)  Maximum pole length (ft.)  10 
Product Height (in.)  7.87  Product Width (in.)  9.84 
Amperage (amps)  Antivibration handle  No 
Case Included  No  Chain brake  Yes 
Chain tension adjustment  Yes  Chainsaw Type  Pole Chainsaw/ Pruner 
Commercial  No  Cord Length (ft.) 
Product Weight (lb.)  14.33 lb  Reconditioned  No 
Required extension cord rating  14 gauge  Returnable  30-Day 
Telescoping  Yes 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  No Certifications or Listings  Manufacturer Warranty  1 Year 


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Saw BUT... For what it is , it is a very nice saw. My comments are more about my inattention to detail when buying this saw, rather than the saw itself. I do not know what I saw that caused me to buy this saw. What I wanted was a saw that would extent to at least 10+ feet and had a cutting blade of at least 10 inches. What I got was a saw that extends to a whopping 4' to 5.5' without saw head. shy 7' with saw head. The blade length is 10" but only has about 7" for cutting. So, even standing in the bed of my PU, I am 6'4", I can only cut at about 12+ feet. Far too short for what I need. Standing on the ground the saw is useless to me unless I remove the pole and add the handle assembly to use as a small hand held chainsaw, which I have done, and it worked well. If I can find a pole that extends to 10+ feet this saw would be adequate for my purposes but as it is now is limited in my application. I will recommend this saw for those that have need for a saw that replaces limb loppers for small/short trees and shrubs. Otherwise look elsewhere. April 16, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jumped prematurely I’ve been looking for a small chain saw with a telescopic pole to trim some limbs on one of my trees. I’ve always battled using an extension ladder and twisting around trying to use a pair of manual limb pruners. I saw this item and couldn’t wait to get it. I was thrilled when I read the following on the website: .The telescopic handle has a range of 6 ft. to 10 ft. I guess that I read that as it would extend my reach by 6 to 10 ft.; looks like the measurement includes the length of the actual chain saw with pole…actual pole length looks to be about 4.5’ and although it is better than what I had, I initially was a bit disappointed. It is true the telescopic handle is lightweight. For me, it seems a bit too light weight. Meaning, the first time I used the product I didn’t think the pole would hold (strong enough?) the chainsaw, itself. The product is just “OK” but I wouldn’t rave about it. If you use it for lightweight pruning and not need the telescopic handle….it’s a good little product. If you read the instructions that come with the product it states a series of “Don’t use…”, my eyes stopped on the “Don’t use on a ladder”. To get to a limb on a tree, how am I to use the saw…if not on a ladder? I’m confessing by sharing that I did have to get on a ladder…yes, it was stable but it was the only way that I could reach the limbs! Overall, like I said in the beginning…it’s an “OK” item. I'm recommending it because it is a good little pruner but would just consider this as "average". June 24, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good value Unit works great as hand held but is too heavy for pole extension. December 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Exceeded expectations Easy to handle, I've cut tree branches up to (3) inches, verses (1) to (2) inches as advertised, very tough for its size, exceeded my expectations! July 4, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Probably a 5, but . . . I got this on sale & after another product was discontinued. So far I can only comment on the saw without the pole attachment. The saw is very easy to use & cuts through pretty good size limbs I'd say 6-8 inches in circumference. As a woman the weight of the saw is not a problem, well balanced. I haven't been able to try the pole because I snapped the plastic screw that holds the cutting bar in the attachment. Partly my fault for breaking it, but partly the poor instructions. The instructions are printed from what looks like a copy of a copy. It also assumes that the chain & bar are connected to the pole & you want to attach it to use as the saw. Trying to read backwards is not my forté I guess. Problem now is the saw won't work because I must have turned the knob enough to activate a kill switch but can't disconnect the saw from the body. I tried calling the manufacturer's number for service only to be put on hold forever so I tried using the website email. I have yet to receive a response. I'm not happy with the instructions or lack of the manufacturer service response, but if I get the saw working again I'm sure I can get through the rest of the overgrown yew hedge I was tackling. I would recommend the saw, just note there are plastic pieces that will break if forced. I can't really fault HD because the price was right & delivery was fine (not available in my store location). July 15, 2014
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