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Ryobi ONE+ Lithium+ 10 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw
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Ryobi

ONE+ Lithium+ 10 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw

  • Over 70 ONE+ tools – all work with any RYOBI ONE+ 18V battery
  • 10 in. bar and chain is ideal for pruning and light limbing
  • Includes 18-Volt compact Lithium+ Battery and Charger
$129.00 /each

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The Ryobi One+ Cordless Chain Saw is ideal for pruning and trimming trees and bushes around the home. Now with Lithium+ technology and an improved motor, this saw is capable of cutting 2x faster than its predecessor. And since it is part of the ONE+ family, all of your ONE+ batteries will work with this saw. Backed by a 3 year warranty, there's never been a better time to upgrade or start your ONE+ tool collection.

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  • Works with all One+ 18-Volt tools and batteries
  • Lithium+ battery technology for improved performance
  • 10 in. bar and chain
  • Push-button oiler for easy chain lubrication and longer chain life
  • Side access chain tensioning for easy adjustments
  • On-board tool storage
  • Ideal for pruning and light limbing
  • 3-year limited warranty
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does the chainsaw come fully assembled

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October 11, 2016
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Mine did. I ordered mine online, and had it shipped to my house. It came fully assembled in a box, with a slot cut in it, where the bar was sticking out. Don't worry, the bar/chain was covered by a sturdy plastic guard. All I had to do was add oil, and pop in a battery. Otherwise, it was ready to go. The chain was even properly tensioned.
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September 9, 2016
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Yes it comes fully assembled . just charge the battery add bar and chain oil and your ready too go
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July 27, 2016
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Yes, all you need to is add oil to lube the chain and put in a hot battery.
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May 21, 2016
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Yes. Slap in the battery and you're good to go.
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April 30, 2016
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yes it is fully assembled
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Tamarac, Florida
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April 19, 2016
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Yes, it is fully assembled; just add Bar Chain Oil (not included), pull off the Blade Guard, attach a battery Pack and you are ready to cut.
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January 2, 2016
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Ready to go out of the box with a charged battery.
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November 18, 2015
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yes only need to provide and add bar oil
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what kind of oil does it require

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October 11, 2016
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It uses standard bar/chain oil. Nothing else is required (except a battery).
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Any good bar and chain oil will work .
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July 27, 2016
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Our P547 chainsaw requires a standard "bar and chain" oil. You can find various brands of bar and chain oil that can be used in this saw at your local Home Depot store.
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All chainsaws take a special "Bar and chain" oil. You can pick some up at home depot next to the chain saws and chain saw tools (or anywhere else that sells/services chainsaws).
There are some people say on line that you can use auto oil or vegetable oil but I would hate to ruin my chainsaw trying to save a few dollars.
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Cutting Hardwood?

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Would this saw be and to cut hardwoods? I have some oak logs that I need to shorten for firewood, and will probably use or once or twice a year. I would like to keep it as simple and inexpensive add possible.
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I had a White Ash tree blow over on my fence. It was about 30 feet tall (more or less) and around 10 inches diameter at the bottom. I cut it into chunks sized to fit in the back of my longbed pickup truck to haul it off using only one charge of a hi-capacity Lithium+ battery. It cut the White Ash no problem, but I got it while it was still green, it gets harder to cut after it dries out. I wouldn't worry Read More
I had a White Ash tree blow over on my fence. It was about 30 feet tall (more or less) and around 10 inches diameter at the bottom. I cut it into chunks sized to fit in the back of my longbed pickup truck to haul it off using only one charge of a hi-capacity Lithium+ battery. It cut the White Ash no problem, but I got it while it was still green, it gets harder to cut after it dries out. I wouldn't worry about the ability to cut through hard woods, as it seemed to have plenty of power as long as I didn't try to hurry it. It does cut slower than a gas powered saw, but seems to have as much power to the chain, as far as I can tell. Keeping the chain sharp really makes a difference.
If you want simple, this is about as simple as it gets. Add bar oil, pop in a battery, and you are ready to cut. Saw came assembled and ready to go. If storing it for any length of time, drain out the bar oil, as it will leak some out if the reservoir is left full. The chain adjustment tool stores right on the saw, so you always know where it is. Great for the occasional user, because you don't have to try to remember where you put it.
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I believe it would however it shortens the battery life, my father uses it in Michigan and cut maple, birch about 6" in dia and can cut about 12 down and de limb before charging
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I cut Oak with it
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February 10, 2016
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This saw can cut hardwoods.
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the written details state this model has a push button oiler. The video states there is an automatic oiler. Which is it?

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When you first start using the saw, you need to give the button a couple 'pushes' to get the oil flowing. Once cutting, it seems to keep the chain adequately oiled by itself. I drain out the oil if I won't be using the saw again soon, as it seems to leak a little out over time otherwise. To be fair, my gas powered Stihl does the same thing.
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Push button.
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Mine is push button.
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Well, it appears to be both. The button on top of the filler cap is a primer sort like on a gas powered lawn mower equipped with one. Supposedly once one pumps the rubber button a time or two the oiler starts functioning but I'm not sure that happened during my first session with this saw, I need to look into that and see if it actually pumped oil. Hope this helps.
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ONE+ Lithium+ 10 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 102.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does a great job for my needs I'm an older female that finds pulling the start cable to my gas chainsaw a challenge. After being unable to start the gas chainsaw this summer, I ordered this battery operated saw so I could take down saplings that were encroaching in my yard. I managed to find it on sale, and get free shipping. It arrived in 4-5 days (just in time for the weekend). After charging the battery and adding bar/chain oil (IMPORTANT TO DO FIRST), I took down 17 saplings that my loppers couldn't tackle (3-5" diameter and up to 20' tall) as well as 3 old lilac trees that had been killed by an invasive vine. I also limbed the felled trees as well as cut up the trunks into 6-8' sections without any problem. Since I had a lot of saplings to take down, and never would have expected one battery to do the trick, I bought extras (which were on sale at the time @ 2 for $99); those batteries were the 4ah type. I chose to use on of those type first - and it was good for the entire operation which lasted a couple hours (obviously start/stop as I moved the tress and later the limbs out of the way). I never would have expected one battery of any type to last as long as it did. The saw performed flawlessly, the weight was easily manageable, and it performed the job I needed it to do. I was hesitant about getting a battery operated saw, but this proved to be a good buy for me.
Date published: 2016-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little chain saw The Ryobi battery chain saw worked better than I thought it would. Battery life was very good, I was able to cut up a large branch that had fallen with ease. Light weight but powerful.
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pleasantly surprised I was pleasantly surprised by this saw, I got this to take care of tree limbs up higher. It is light weight and powerful than anticipated. It has become my go to chainsaw.
Date published: 2016-07-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Chainsaw Works Great! I think it works great! I am a female, cutting down small trees, pines and others. It is easy to operate, light weight and no issues with working with gasoline. Safety of Course! Don’t be unsafe, but it is great for small projects!
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little chainsaw This chainsaw packs a lot of power for a smaller unit. Easy to operate and pretty quiet
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best saw I have ever used. I have many of the Ryobi tools and love them all, some I have had for years.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits the job Fits my needs. Lightweight, easy to handle. Great for cutting small logs
Date published: 2016-09-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressed I already own a large gas powered chainsaw and thought something like this would be handy for small jobs and occasional use. Within a week of getting this saw, we had a windstorm that blew over a White Ash tree on a fence. The tree was about 10 inches in diameter at the bottom, and probably 30 feet tall. I figured this would be a good test of the saw, as Ash is a pretty tough wood, the same stuff they make baseball bats out of. My thoughts were it was OK that the tree wasn't far from the shop, as I had the feeling I'd be constantly running for a new battery, and probably my trusty old Stihl. Long story short, I was very impressed. No, this is not a replacement for a full-sized gas powered saw, but over and over again, I found myself thinking, how can I be doing this with a saw powered with a drill battery? I already owned a high-capacity Lithium+ battery, which is what I used for cutting the tree. The saw cut the tree down to pieces I could throw in the back of a pickup truck and haul off in one charge. When I got done, I still had 1 bar (of 4) left of battery power. I kept wondering when the battery was going to die, yet it kept going much longer than I figured it would. Very impressed. I was amazed at how well it worked for a $150 saw. I have used my father's 10 inch gas powered chain saw before, and this does not cut as fast, but it is a bit more compact, and notably lighter. I'd say one battery would cut about 2/3 as much as a fill of gas would on his. There is no comparison to a full sized gas powered saw, but it really doesn't seem like all that much less saw than a comparable 10 inch compact gas saw. Cuts a little slower, and runtime on a battery is a little less than a tank of gas, but overall capabilities are very similar, plus it is lighter and there is no gas to handle. Using this takes a different technique than a gas saw. The chain moves slower, so it doesn't cut as fast, but the electric motor makes good torque, so it doesn't seem any more likely to stall out. In fact, it seems to stall out less than dad's compact gas saw. Don't try to rush the cut, just let the saw do the work and it will cut right through a 10 inch ash log. It is very easy to use, no gas/oil to mix, no finicky starting procedure, no warm up time. Just add bar oil, pop in a battery and go. My wife, who is intimidated by my gas saw gave it a try and found it very user friendly. Just press the safety release, squeeze the trigger, and cut. Let go of the trigger, and the chain stops quickly, so I assume there is some sort of chain or motor brake. One thing I might add, keep the chain sharp. A dull chain will drain the battery much faster than a sharp one. I was impressed with not only how sharp the chain came, but how long it stayed sharp. As always, it seems to have the extra little user-friendly features that Ryobi is good at including. The two most notweorthy would be secure on-board storage for the chain tension adjustment tool, so you always have it when you need it, and also on the bar you will find markings telling you what type of chain it uses, as well as the chain length (in links). This also is a great feature, so you can get a new chain anywhere (and not be forced to use only Ryobi chains). Not that the Ryobi chain isn't a good chain, but it is nice to have options. All in all, very happy with the purchace. It does not have the feel of an industrial model for pro wood cutters, but for anyone who wants a light, easy to use saw for light to moderate use, it is a good one. That is uses the same batteries I already had makes it a winner. The instruction manual says it delivers best performance with the lithium+ batteries, and the NiCad or standard lithium batteries may not deliver the same power output. I only have the lithium+ batteries, so can't comment on how they work with the standard, but I can say I'm impressed with how well it works with the lithium+. Time will tell about long-term durability, but so far, it seems well made.
Date published: 2016-10-11
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