Model # UT43103A

Internet #202723256

Store SKU #836780

Homelite 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw


14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw

  • Tool-free chain tensioner for user convenience
  • Automatic bar and chain oiler with oil level window
  • Safety-tip for kick-back protection
$49.97 /each

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Product Overview

Reliable performance is what you can expect from this Homelite electric chainsaw. It starts quickly, runs smoothly and weighs less than 9 lbs., making it practical. Adjustments are easy and don't require tools on the chain tensioner. The safety-tip helps reduce rotational kick-back for a more comfortable cutting experience. The handle's wrap-around design lets you cut from different angles. The automatic oiler keeps the bar and chain lubricated. Two-year warranty included.

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  • 9 Amp motor
  • 14 in. bar with safety-tip
  • Automatic oiler keeps chain lubricated
  • Tool-free chain tensioner for user convenience
  • Oil level window for easy fluid level checking
  • Wrap-around handle for comfortable cutting
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  • 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw Features:

    Homelite 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw

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Customer Questions & Answers

Auto Oiler

In Home Depots description it does NOT mention whether or not the Oil is Automatic - I assume yes, but we all know about assumptions.
Asked by: LarryW
What type of oil do u use
Answered by: Sharon
Date published: 2017-02-11

Is chain oil included in the package?

Asked by: Bigstan
very small bottle, buy some more while you are there
Answered by: Whiplash
Date published: 2016-10-09

Extension Cord AWG

Hi! What size cord are people using? Their instructions say 10 AWG for a 100ft cord, that seems a little extreme to me. Being a 9 amp saw; will a 100ft, 16 AWG cord with a 10 amp rating be sufficient for light duty use?
Asked by: Rockstar
I used a 14 rated cord, 100 ft. It worked fine but I did not do any steady heavy cutting either. If you are going to run it hard then be cautious and go heavier or shorter.
Answered by: YardSlave
Date published: 2017-01-06

Noise level compared to gas

Asked by: JimSC
of course quite compare to Gas chainsaw.
Answered by: Vyopatel
Date published: 2016-09-16
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Customer Reviews

14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 513.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've had this chain saw a number of years now and have nothing but praise for it. While some may ... I've had this chain saw a number of years now and have nothing but praise for it. While some may think it only for light duty cutting it can do far more. I purchased it when Hurricane Sandy uprooted a very tall evergreen on my property and my gas chainsaw was inoperable. Considering what a contractor would have charged to remove the tree I would have been happy if the Homelite only lasted for this one job. Instead it came through with flying colors and since than I've cut down four more large trees with the tallest being over 50' with this little saw. I use it to cut the entire tree except for the base which I switch to my 16" electric due to the diameters. For my initial investment of $50 and half a dozen chains I've saved thousands.
Date published: 2016-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I'm a 62 year old woman who is used to using lighter weight blowers, battery powered trimmers, an... I'm a 62 year old woman who is used to using lighter weight blowers, battery powered trimmers, and so on, but I have always been really a chicken to be around an electric chainsaw. Since I am very active caring for my extensive landscaping of bushes, trees, and plants, I don't hire out help except on rare occasions and then it is difficult to get someone. With so many small jobs popping up, I would kill myself with a handsaw, paying the price for days with my neck and upper shoulders. This way if I have a quick job I do it myself and it is done and I can move on. This paid for itself with just one job that I would need to hire out. I just love it and wish I had gotten one sooner. The safety features put me at ease, it is lightweight, and caring for it is so easy...just keep it clean and oil in it. It has worked for any job I have given it that included up to 4 inch diameter branches, it just takes time, but a nice clean cut.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Have a gas 20" chain saw. Needed something for smaller jobs This was well worth the money. Don't ... Have a gas 20" chain saw. Needed something for smaller jobs This was well worth the money. Don't have to fool with gas/oil mixtures and tugging on rope. Just add oil and plug it in. It does use bar oil but I cut down and bucked a whole tree and only had to partially fill once. And it's easy to clean using air compressor. Don't have to disassemble. Have used it for two jobs now.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tiger Kurt This saw works great. Thought I would use it to only cut limbs, which I did, but I also cut down and cut up a tree with a diameter of 18inchs and it didn't even hesitate. Great saw!!
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Met my expectsrtions The task I needed to complete was to cut off two stumps that were about five inches in diameter. I purchased the saw and a container of chain oil for just under $ 60 tax included. I was concerned that the saw might not be powerful enough. It successfully did the job without problems. I had thought of hiring someone to do the job but found that folks were not interested in such a small job. So this really was a win-win for me because I got the stumps cleared and then ended up with a chain saw for less than I could have hired someone to do the job for me. The chain teeth are well designed so that they take a smaller amount of wood than an engine type chain saw would take. This is how the chain is matched to the strength of the electric motor.
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK for small jobs Adequate for small jobs. Used it to cut small limbs, 4 to 6 inches. Would not use it to cut a tree down. Uses too much oil which helps wood chips to bunch up behind cover and puts pressure on chain. Chain fell off several times. Need to tighten lock nut every couple of minutes. I bought a gas powered Homelite in 1973 when we had several acres of woods and kept it until we sold in 98. Never had the chain fall off and it used far less oil. But for the price and limited use I would recommend it.
Date published: 2016-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice electric saw I bought this for storm clean up after hurricane dropped some trees and I have never used a chainsaw before but was recommended an electric chainsaw. After reading through reviews I decided that this 14' homelite was all I needed and indeed it was true. Saw was easy to set up and ready to cut straight out of box. No trouble with anything. I used it for several hours sawing through pine trees with ease. Highly recommend this easy to use powerful little work horse.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This little thing is a work horse. I've had two of these and they work really well for small trees. This is my second one and I've had it for three years. The first one was over used and it burnt out but that was my fault. You can't use these for 4 hours in a row or they will fail. I've included pictures, with some flair, of a tree I cut down yesterday. I took an hour break in the middle when the chain was hot to the touch. Some things to remember with this. 1. Use the bar and chain oil and make sure there is always some in the reserve. It will go fast. 2. Tighten the chain often because it can get loose and you don't want to break it. 3. Take small breaks if it starts getting too hot. I don't know what too hot is but I, and others here, bunt them out but going too long. Follow those rules and you shouldn't have problems cutting down most small trees.
Date published: 2016-04-25
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