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Remington

Model Ranger

Internet #203556953

RM1025SPS 10 in. 8-Amp 2-in-1 Electric Pole saw/Chainsaw Combo

$86.29 /each
  • Two tools in one, Chainsaw detaches to help with the cleanup
  • Reaches up to 15 feet depending on the users height
  • Cut branches up to 8" in diameter

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The Ranger 2-in-1 pole saw/chainsaw is lightweight and easy for anyone to use. The chainsaw has a 10 in. bar and chain that is perfect for trimming small to medium sized branches. The powerful 8 Amp engine drives the saw with a 10 in. kickback bar and chain, with a quick option to convert from pole saw to chainsaw. Attached to the telescoping pole, the saw has the ability to cut high branches up to reach 10 to 15 ft. overhead (depending on user's height) to easily trim high branches and tree limbs.

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  • 8 Amp engine
  • 10 in. bar and chain
  • 10 ft. reach extension capability
  • Adjustable telescoping pole
  • Quick and tool-less conversion from pole saw to chainsaw
  • Upper and lower telescoping extensions
  • Manual oiler
  • Traditional tension system
  • 2-year limited warranty

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does the chain come already installed

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August 14, 2016
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Mine came installed, but the tension was a little tight.
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Yes
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August 27, 2015
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Yes, it's ready to go...you'll need to tighten it after a few uses (it will stretch after a few initial cuts.)
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yes
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July 28, 2015
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yes but you will probably want to adjust the tension (instructions are provided in manual that ships with the saw). Chain was too tight on saw I received.
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July 21, 2015
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Yes, the chain will already be installed on the Remington RM1025PS 10 in. 8-Amp 2-in-1 Electric Chainsaw.
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Belton, Texas
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July 21, 2015
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Yes the chain is installed and properly adjusted.
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July 20, 2015
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Hello - Yes, the chain will already be installed on the 10" chain saw in the box. Thank you for your question.
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How do you lube chain

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July 4, 2016
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Norm, there is an oil reservoir on top right before the chain. The cap is a pump bulb type and you should give it a couple of pushes after a cut or two and monitor the condition of the chain. If peices of debris or sawdust are collecting in the joints on the chain press the bulb then dry run the saw then press bulb again and dry run the saw and inspect for fresh lubrication on the chain.if no oil is Read More
Norm, there is an oil reservoir on top right before the chain. The cap is a pump bulb type and you should give it a couple of pushes after a cut or two and monitor the condition of the chain. If peices of debris or sawdust are collecting in the joints on the chain press the bulb then dry run the saw then press bulb again and dry run the saw and inspect for fresh lubrication on the chain.if no oil is present on the chain, check level of oil in the reservoir and refill or there may be a collection of debris in the chain drive sprocket area preventing the drops of oil from releasing onto the chain. Use a tool to clear the recess area, never your finger or hand. And unplug the saw before any maintained work
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December 8, 2015
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Easy. Read the owner's manual.
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You fill a small oil reservoir on the saw then push a small priming bulb to administer oil to the chain.
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there is a button on top that you have to push. it appears as if it's not self- lubricating which is odd because it appears that there is no way to lubricate it when it's mounted on the extension pole.
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October 10, 2015
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It has an automatic oiler, not real keen on how it works though. I may have clogged where oil comes out though as I was cutting branches directly above me in a truck.
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September 23, 2015
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You buy chain lube, pour small amount into the oil container, and chain lubes itself while you cut.
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September 8, 2015
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Hello - The Remington RM1025PS has a manual chain oiler. the bubble on top of the oil cap will have to be pressed 2-3 times every few cuts. For more information about this process please refer to the owners manual. Thank you for your question.
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Do you have to keep it plugged in with an extention cord when using it to trim?

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July 8, 2015
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YES its a electric tool But should try use when ever a outlet is around.
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June 2, 2015
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no, it is better to use an extenSion cord. extenTion cords do not exist. at least i have never seen one.
but i could be wrong.
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Yes you do, there is not a battery that powers it.
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yES, I HAVE 150 FOOT EXTENTION CORD AND USE ALL OF IT.
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of course it machine is electric!
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Yes, there is no battery so it needs a power cord attached at all times during use
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YES, WE USED ALL OVER 1/2 ACRE YARD.
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Is Battery Included in price?

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No. This is a corded electric saw, not a cordless saw. You will need a good heavy duty drop cord for this saw.
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December 8, 2015
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Yes, but only for your pacemaker. The saw needs 120 volts!
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This is a corded electric saw. No batteries.
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uh........ it's not battery powered you have to plug it in.
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THIS IS AN ELECTRIC CHAINSAW; there would be no battery!
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October 14, 2015
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Hello - The Remington Electric Pole Saw uses an extension cord to operate. It is not battery powered. Thank you for your question.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 148 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by pole saw review This is a good saw for the money - I like the fact that the saw is removable from the pole I also like the fact that the pole extends. The one minor issue I had with saw is the clamp for the pole extension broke, it's plastic and not very strong HOWEVER I called remington and they sent me a replacement plus a spare, I will be a bit more careful with that piece. Additionally, that clamp is not really needed because you can use an allen wrench instead. Overall a good saw for the price, the customer service seemed very good and I would recommend and actually would buy the same product again. August 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pole Chain saw Saw works great. Pole attachment works geeat too. Not too heavy and is easy to hold August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good saw but replacement parts are limited I like that it can be used as a hand held chainsaw or as a pole saw. My 1st use was a good experience until I mounted it in the pole saw bracket without retracting the switch. The switch broke and now I can't turn it on. I searched & searched online for a replacement trigger switch to no avail. Calling Remington was a dead end, too. It's a good saw. Just BE CAREFUL that you mount the saw in the pole carrier correctly or you'll be buying a new one like I am. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality saw It is a little heavy while mounted on the pole. The heaviness is overlooked by the power of the saw. This is the second Remington saw I have purchased. The first one was just as good, as it lasted 16 years with heavy use. August 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent little saw This saw is perfect for most of my wood cutting needs. It is a little hard to manage up high (I am older with bad shoulders) but a stronger person will have no trouble. Even so, the saw cuts so well I can usually manage the high cuts with leverage and patience. The firewood on the ground--piece of cake! August 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Bargin Little awkward at full length, but does get the job done. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rm1025sps Excellent saw that it can detach from the pole is a big plus does take some upper body strength August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Powerful little Saw that gets the job done... This little saw that can double as a pole saw is really handy and does even better than I had hoped for. Cutting is really good, cut's like butter is an exaggeration, but it really did surprise me how easy it cut through 6" branches and never bogged down or grunted. On the pole, this saw was easy to use and easily reach up to cut things 12' high. But keep in mind the saw on the end of the pole is some weight, - in the hand the saw does not feel like much, but on the end of that pole you will need both hands and good shoulder muscles. It's easy to put together and take apart. One warning on the pole extension, the little locking lever is plastic. pay attention which way you lock it down or you will break it. AS AN ELECTRICIAN I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU GET A 12 GAUGE DROP CORD. You will burn this little motor up if you use 18 or 16 gauge wire. 14 gauge wire is ok for 40-50 feet, but if it is any more you should get a heavier gauge. From my own experience, unless you catch a good sale, you might be cheaper to buy some good SOOW or SJOW three conductor cable, and a heavy duty plug, and receptacle and make your own. And make it longer than you think you will need. Long enough to got to the furthest part of your property. August 14, 2016
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