Model # WG304.1

Internet #203915984

Worx 18 in. 15 Amp Electric Chainsaw


18 in. 15 Amp Electric Chainsaw

  • Automatic chain lubrication with oil lever indicator
  • Quick-stop chain brake to help prevent accidental cutting
  • Metal spike bumper that grips onto the wood
$106.71 /piece

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Product Overview

You'll get the most out of your chainsaw with this electric model from Worx. It has a patented tool-free chain replacement and auto-tensioning system that maintains proper tautness during operation automatically. To maintain stability during cutting, there are all-metal dogs at the base of the 18 in. bar. For constant lubrication to both the bar and chain, there is an automatic oiling system. Each Worx chainsaw is equipped with a 6.75 oz. oil reservoir with an oil level indicator. For safety, there's a built-in safety chain brake that stops the chain in seconds when improper contact is made, protecting the operator in the event of kickback.

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Customer Questions & Answers

How much does it weigh?

Asked by: Bounds
11.237 pounds
Answered by: SmartyJones
Date published: 2017-03-04

Does this unit require 20 Amp service? Related, does it have a conventional plug or T-Plug?

Asked by: PENZZZ
I used a regular outdoor "orange" extension cord, conventional plug.
Answered by: KoastalKitty
Date published: 2017-02-28

How do I attain replacement chains

where can I purchase replacement chains
Asked by: Rick
Home Depot has them.. It's an Oregon:91PX063X.. 63 is the number of links in the 18" chain..
Answered by: Jake
Date published: 2016-05-17

What replacement chain do I use with this saw?

Asked by: Streamwader
Oregon 91px063x
Answered by: RMan
Date published: 2016-09-11
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Customer Reviews

18 in. 15 Amp Electric Chainsaw is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 130.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wasn't expecting much from an electric chainsaw. When cutting down a tree I had my choice between... Wasn't expecting much from an electric chainsaw. When cutting down a tree I had my choice between this and an Husqvarna 55. Surpassingly I used the worx for 90% of the job. I liked that it was quiet, very light compared to the gas counterparts, didn't have to hear it constantly idle when not in use, and the automatic chain tensioner was a dream come true. For the entire tree I had to tighten the chain 3 times. Not to mention it was extremely easy to do, no tools needed. I'm not saying it is just as powerful as the Husqvarna 55, but it was enough to get the job done. For a home owner looking to keep a few trees trimmed, or take a few out this is the way to go. The only downfall that I don't like about all electric chainsaws is chaps won't offer any protection to your legs in the event of an accident. But I will say the chain brake works very well on this saw. All in all, I'm very impressed.
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good for a light duty saw. I did also cut down a fully grown maple tree as well as doing limb tr... Good for a light duty saw. I did also cut down a fully grown maple tree as well as doing limb trimming. no issues with the saw. One thing to watch our for, I filled up the oil reservoir 2x, then could not tighten the chain further. Chain was loose, so I removed the chain guard. The wood chips that had oil on them built up behind the adjustment slide, preventing the chain adjuster from moving any further back. Cleaning our the oiled wood chip solved the problem. Good to know the auto chain oiler is also doing it's job. this replaced a gas powered saw. This saw let me work early in the morning without bothering any of my neighbors.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worx 18 " Chainsaw I love my Worx Chainsaw. It's powerful & easy to handle! At a glance, I know when to add bar & chain oil. Tightening the chain by turning the knob is very efficient. It's also handy if the chain gets caught in a tree. Simply unscrew the chain tension knob to release the blade from the saw. No tools are necessary. Reinstall the chain & blade & you're back in business in seconds.
Date published: 2017-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw We got this 18 inch electric saw because we had to cut up a lot of oak logs ranging in size up to 34 inches in diameter. The saw cut thru the large oak logs very easily, never binding, and with plenty of power. We are thrilled with it. It seems to have more power than an equivalent gas powered saw.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Paid for in first use! I was a skeptic, but not any more. This chainsaw is worth every penny and has not disappointed. I cut up an oak tree starting with 16" sections down to twigs. At not time did it get hot or running erratically. The chain even stayed sharp all the way through. I had to run three extension cords out to the tree from the house. Even so, it ran beautifully. There was no chainsaw or cord heating. NICE! Just this one job more than covered the cost of the saw in the money that I saved from hiring professionals. I am sure glad that I didn't spend hundreds of dollars on a gasoline model. I already destroyed two of those in the past 10 years.
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This chainsaw met and exceeded my expectations. I wanted something light that I could handle, th... This chainsaw met and exceeded my expectations. I wanted something light that I could handle, the first day I used this my BIL took it away from me. He was frustrated with his gas chainsaw, he was impressed with my WORX chainsaw and I had a hard time getting it away from him. I love the fact that it's light, and that the chain adjustment is a "dial" on the side. Instructions were easy, it was already assembled - what more could I want? Oh, and the price was great too!
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This chainsaw is good for my use. I use this primarily to cut down a small apple tree from my bac... This chainsaw is good for my use. I use this primarily to cut down a small apple tree from my backyard. I also intend to use it to cut down the size of raw wood log in case the wood log is a bit too big for me to split. Because I don't use the chainsaw to earn a living and I only use it occasionally, I don't want to deal with one that has a gasoline engine. Otherwise, I may run the risk of getting a gasoline chainsaw that may be hard to pull start. All I need to start this electric chainsaw is to pull inward the safety bar, and hit the button. That's it. And this electric model doesn't need to be winterized every year; that saves me time and money. Moreover, my backyard is relatively small. I can use a long extensive cord to reach all corners of my backyard. Therefore, an electric model like this Worx chainsaw is more than enough for me. On top of all these, this electric chainsaw is cheap. So far I have used it to cut down the aforementioned apple tree without any problem. I probably need to sharpen the teeth in the chain before next use because it started slowing down when I was almost done with the tree. One negative is that the small bottle of chain oil is definitely not enough. After I poured it into the oil tank, I could hardly see the oil level in the white oil tank screen. That was definitely not enough for even a small job. My advice is to buy a big bottle of chain oil on the same day when you purchase the chainsaw. I don't deduce a star just for this because I don't know how big the oil bottles that other chainsaws come with. Therefore, I cannot compare. I also noticed that this chainsaw seems to use chain oil quite fast. The wood dust inside the chain area of the chainsaw is soaked with oil. I don't deduce a star for this. Again, I have no experience with any other chainsaw. Therefore, I cannot tell if this is normal or not. I have to say that this oil consumption is not really a problem for me. My 1-Qt chain oil bottle still has 1/2 left after I am done cutting down the small apple tree. So far there is no oil leak from this chainsaw (like what other people have complained about this chainsaw). I am happy with this. There is one puzzling thing about this chainsaw. In the rear of the handle bar has a hole to route the power cord through. I believe it is for securing the extension cord with the chainsaw to avoid accidentally pulling the extension cord loose. But that hole is very small. The plug of the extension cord cannot go through that small hole. Therefore, I still don't know exactly how to route an extension cord to that hole. Please leave your suggestion in the comments area if you know the answer. Finally, I simply store the chainsaw in the original cardboard box that came with the chainsaw. The box is small and doesn't take up much room. And the box is big enough that I don't need to disassemble chainsaw before storing it (the chainsaw came fully assembled in the box). It comes with a plastic sheath to cover the chain of the chainsaw. This means for a regular homeowner like me, that is all I need to store the chainsaw -- no need to buy a heavy duty plastic case to store it.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I was amazed by how well this saw worked right out of the box. Spent four hours cutting up a par... I was amazed by how well this saw worked right out of the box. Spent four hours cutting up a part of an old apple tree that had fallen. Limbs were up to six inches in diameter. Saw worked so well that I opted to cut the rest of the tree that hadn't fallen down. The trunk was approximately 14 inches diameter and the saw worked as well as my heavy duty gas driven saw worked without the noise and odor. The only problem was that the chain tended to jump off the guide bar anytime I tended to move the saw off line. It is relatively easy and quick to replace, but for this reason, I have not rated it a five. This evaluation is based on only one days use but I look forward to using the saw again.
Date published: 2017-03-22
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