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Model WG303.1

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16 in. 14.5 Amp Electric Chainsaw

$97.42 /each
  • Lightweight design perfect for quick, easy jobs
  • Produces no harmful emissions
  • Highly rated powerful motor (see reviews)

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Handle the cutting jobs around your yard with the Worx WG303 16 in. electric chain saw. It is lightweight but powerful enough to take on tasks such as cutting firewood, clearing brush, trimming trees and more. Since it's electric, it produces no harmful emissions and has minimal operating costs.

  • 19.69 in. W x 14.57 in. D x 8.07 in. H
  • 3.5 peak horsepower
  • Easy to use tool-free chain tension and replacement system with easy-grip handle
  • Patented tool-free tensioning system prevents over tightening and maintains proper tension during operation
  • Built-in chain brake for added safety

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16 in. 14.5 Amp Electric Chainsaw
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I see the picture: "No oil for the chain"... is this accurate/possible?

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July 26, 2015
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June 10, 2016
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The first answer is correct. It's a poor way of saying that it's a self-oiler. You do need to add chain oil on a regular basis. The saw self-oils as you go - there's no plunger to push like on some chain saws.
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a pic of the ad this person refers to is attached. Please respond to his question.
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September 22, 2015
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very small bottle of oil supplied-any chain saw needs oil, buy yourself quart to supplement the dinky oil supplied.
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August 11, 2015
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The amount of oil provided is not enough (hardly any) so you will need to purchase more.
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July 30, 2015
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I believe the picture being referred to is from Worx’s own site, it’s one of the pictures on the product page (need to scroll through the thumbnails, it’s the picture showing an oil can hovering over the bar and chain area, with a big red “X” over it, seemingly implying that no oil is needed for the chain). Though I agree it’s not clear and potentially misleading, I suspect it’s meant to indicate that no Read More
I believe the picture being referred to is from Worx’s own site, it’s one of the pictures on the product page (need to scroll through the thumbnails, it’s the picture showing an oil can hovering over the bar and chain area, with a big red “X” over it, seemingly implying that no oil is needed for the chain). Though I agree it’s not clear and potentially misleading, I suspect it’s meant to indicate that no manual oiling of the chain is required, since the product has an automatic lubrication system. The picture is definitely represents an “opportunity for improvement” for Worx. Read Less
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July 28, 2015
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I'm sorry I am not familiar with the picture you are referring to. The saw does need bar and chain oil, that's why there is a reservoir and fill cap. Where did you see this picture you refer to?
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Regarding Worx 16" electric chain saw. What gauge extension cord should I buy?

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July 23, 2014
I need to purchase a 100' extension cord for this chain saw. Should I buy a 14 or 12 gauge. It will be for light sawing of smaller tree limbs.
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October 1, 2015
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12 gauge, less chance of burning out motor. manual shows 12 gauge required at 100 ft.
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Weslaco, Texas
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May 28, 2015
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I have the Worx 303.1 16" electric chainsaw. I use a 16 gauge/100' cord with mine. I have used it for almost 2 hours straight with little rest. If between a 14 or 12 gauge, I would personally go with the 14 gauge.
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May 4, 2015
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Use the 12 AVG size cord. Also try to use a 20 amp circuit for your work. I tried a 15 amp circuit and it would only run the saw for about ten minutes, then the breaker would trip.
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St. Louis, MO
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December 10, 2014
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To be safe, I'd spend a little more and go with the 12 gauge. That will more than cover 14.5 amps.
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October 12, 2014
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The heavier the better do to VOLTAGE DROP..... your going to lose amperage commiserate to the distance of the cord. This can overtax your motor and cause damage if severe enough. The 12 ga. allows for more unrestricted flow so that would be the best of the two. If you can run off a 20amp. breaker with your cord so much the better.
Google voltage drop for a clearer explaination.
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July 25, 2014
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A 100 ft cord is not recommended. At 50ft., it would be a 12 gauge cord.
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What gauge & length electric cord?

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I called Worx today (02/11/2015) and asked this question about the WG303.1 and WG304.1 and was told that you are putting out new manuals, and it would be OK to use 14 gauge/100' cord for both. When I get conflicting answers to the same question it stops me cold. What's the story? I'll be using the saw to cut up firewood - cutting 4" - 10" diameter logs in half, etc., for about 20 - 30 minutes.
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September 22, 2015
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am using to cut 30 inch diameter oak. I use 12 gauge extension 100 ft. long-let motor cool after 10-15 minutes. see no problem, no smell of overheating.
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I have a Worx 303.1 chainsaw and use a 16 gauge/100' cord with no issues. I have used the chainsaw for almost 2 hours with little rest in between.
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May 12, 2015
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This is a 14.5 amp chainsaw - 14-gauge wire is rated at 15 amps (continual duty). 14-gauge cord is fine for this tool; most likely intended for it by the manufacturer.
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Use 12 AVG if you can; if you only have 14 AVG stop every 30 minutes to let the saw and cord cool off.
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February 20, 2015
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It is a 14 gauge and the length of the electric cord is 50feet.
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Can Oregon saw chain model S57 be used as replacement?

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I am not able to find 91VG057X from Home Depot (local store or online). Can Oregon model S57 which is available from Home Depot be used instead? It has the same specs as 91VG057X (Chain Pitch: 3/8", gauge 0.050, drive links:57.

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No it's slightly too short. I've bought two, both would not fit.
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Yes, use the S57 from Oregon. its the exact chain as ES model, but less cost. Oregon agent told me the ES is commercial number and costs more because listed as 'commercial' BUT IS EXACT CHAIN as the S57. is available at home depot for sure.
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Unfamiliar with this Oregon model but amperage is all about power. WORX is 14.5 amps or 3.5 hp. Compare the numbers.
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August 25, 2014
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The only difference in the chains is that the S57 is a low profile chain and it would work perfectly well on the WG303 16" saw.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 186 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding electric chainsaw I had some large bushes and small trees to cut down and did not want a gasoline powered chainsaw. Also, no battery operated either. I had a cordless leaf blower and I barely got half way through the job. I must say that the 16" Worx chainsaw lived up to its positive reviews, which is what I based my purchase on. That little chainsaw has some serious power. Even the men in the family could not believe how powerful it was as an electric product. I would highly recommend this chainsaw to anyone for the home. I am a 70 year old woman and it is light enough that I could handle it. For the value, power and overall capability of the Worx chainsaw it truly is a bargain. August 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worx 16" Chain Saw---excellent Solid electric chain saw. Had enough power to easily cut through 8" maple limbs. Trimmed a large maple tree in my backyard with no problems. Highly recommend. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exceeded expectations (so far) I was very suprised how well this works for the money. Had a lot of small trees branches to trim and then had a large limb of about 6 inches in radius fall during a storm right after I received it. Neighbors had same tree issues from the storm and he had a gas powered chainsaw . I was done and over cutting his downed limbs before he was able to get his gas one started. Will update after my next lumberjack outing in late August. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worx chainsaw I used it twice on a small job and it burn out in less than 15 minates . July 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great First, I have say that I generally had a very low opinion of electrically powered landscaping tools, as they are typically more toy than tool. However, this tool changed that for me. I have six large trees on my property that I've been maintaining annually with a hand held pruning saw. When I saw Home Depot offering a really great price on this tool, I took the plunge. All I can say is that I wish I would have done it sooner. The build quality is solid and it will cut through substantial tree limbs quickly with no binding. Unlike some gas powered blowers and trimmers that I have, this tool starts every time with no "nurturing." There's no need to mix fuel or purge it from the equipment at the end of season. I'm quite pleased with the price / performance balance of this tool and recommend it for homeowners who have a similar application in mind. I do make sure to empty the oil reservoir after each job based on "leakage" feedback offered by previous reviewers. June 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Amazing This chainsaw is flat out amazing. Cuts extremely well with minimal effort. Self lubricating blade makes it so anyone can use it. Highly highly recommend this to anyone. Very powerful for such a light & inexpensive chainsaw June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by One of best purchases in a long time Have used gas chainsaws over the years and this electric Worx 16 inch saw was incredibly trouble free, cut as well as gas saw. Features were excellent. User should closely monitor the bar oil and is easy to check with visible oil level window. Researched this brand and compared to other makes and this is the best in quality and value for the money. Hopefully the company will stock new chains if/when might be needed. Must be noted that most Home Depot box stores do not have in stock and must be ordered by Web. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Downed branches don't stand a chance This chainsaw had great reviews which is why I was interested in purchasing it. We had a lot of downed tree branches in the Denver area due to Spring snows and I was looking for something, small, compact, easy to use, etc. to help with the cleanup. It worked great on those large - nor yet dried out - tree branches. I'm no regular chainsaw user and found it safe and intuitive. Great product. May 10, 2016
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