Model # WG304.1

Internet #203915984

Worx 18 in. 15 Amp Electric Chainsaw
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Worx

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
$103.51 /piece

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You'll get the most out of your chainsaw with this electric model from the Worx. It has a patented tool-free chain replacement and auto-tensioning system that maintains proper tension 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 chain saw 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 you in the event of kickback.

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How much does it weigh?

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It weighs 11 pounds
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the 18in. 15amp worx weighs 11 pounds
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May 16, 2016
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The chainsaw is 11.30 pounds.
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11.2 pounds.....
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The manual says it's 11.2 pounds..
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11.2 POUNDS........
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The manual says 11.2 pounds..
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The manual says it weighs 11.2 pounds..
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The instruction manual says it's 11.2 pounds.. I think it's well balanced and is easy to use without wearing your back or arms out.. Of course, a lot depends on how much you lift the wood after cutting it..
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Does this unit require 20 Amp service? Related, does it have a conventional plug or T-Plug?

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Yes it does, and it has a conventional plug for 120 power source.
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It calls for 15 Amps, but if you add in an extension cord, you would be better off with a standard 20 Amp plug on a GFCI breaker.. Outside circuits are required to be 20 amps and GFCI protected by the National Electrical Code.. I would get a good extension cord with 12 gauge wire.. It should be good for 150' on a 20 Amp breaker..
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It calls for 15 amps, but since it's outside, and you'll probably be using an extension cord, I would plug it into a 20 Amp GFCI receptical or normal 20 amp plug on a GGFCI circuit.. Your outside recepticals should be on a 20 Amp GFCI protected circuit to begin with.. A normal household receptical is good. There is no need for a T plug..
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Standard plug and works fine for me on any standard, non-dedicated outlet.
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15 amps is fine and doesn't require T plug.
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its a 15 amp motor , so I would put it on a 20 amp, it'll run on a 15
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No convential
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All that is required for a 15A saw is 15 amp service as long as nothing else is on that circuit. The saw has a conventional plug.
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How do I attain replacement chains

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where can I purchase replacement chains
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Home Depot has them.. It's an Oregon:91PX063X.. 63 is the number of links in the 18" chain..
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Go to Home Depot for an Oregon:91PX063X.. 63 is the number of links..
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Go to Home Depot or order chains on line.. Oregon:91PX063X
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They are available at Home Depot stores.. I'm sure they can be found in many other places too..
It's an Oregon:91PX063X..
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I would get it at Home Depot..
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You can purchase replacement chains at any major hardware store or the from the Manfuaturer (WORX).
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What replacement chain do I use with this saw?

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Oregon 91px063x
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there are two chains available in store y62 or s62 . 62 is the amount of teeth on the chain it comes with a 63 teeth chain but both of these chains work.
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The instruction manual says to use an Oregon:91PX063X..
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ECHO premium bar and chain oil
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Go to OregonProducts.com and enter the model # and bar size and it will give you the correct replacement, which you can get at HD.
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The Oregon replacement chain is model number 91VG063X. This information should be located on a sticker underneath where your right hand would go on the trigger handle. The bar replacement number is there also.
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18 in. 15 Amp Electric Chainsaw is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 113.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A very capable chainsaw. This chainsaw was exactly what I needed to cut several medium size oak trees that fell during a recent storm. Its easy to handle and I don't have to bother to mix oil and gas to keep it going. Well worth the price.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good alternative to a gas chain saw I purchased a low budget gas chain saw that I just couldn't keep running. Read the directions and all of that but I found that I was getting pain in my shoulders from all of the constant pulling on the start cord to get it started and keep it started. So I returned it and read the reviews on this saw and decided to give it a shot. It was delivered as promised and easy to set up. When you are using it, it works just as well or better than a gas saw, minus the noise and fumes and fuel. I use a chain saw to cut up firewood and light brush around the property and this saw is great. However, you can't go in the woods and cut down a tree because of the cord, which I never do. I purchased a heavy duty 50' #12 cord and so it gives me all of the distance I need. I think this saw will work well as long as I don't over do it. It is not a heavy duty saw for daily, hard use. It is designed for occasional use which is just what I need. Also, the chain tightening feature is great. You just twist the dial...no tools required. Not sure how it will hold up in the long run but for now, I really like that feature.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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 Worx chainsaw Auto tension with no tools needed is great. Have used a few hours and is very good. Would recommend. Auto off works.
Date published: 2016-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product. Works great. Easy to use. Easy to make adjustments. Cut nicely.
Date published: 2016-07-24
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 Great Chainsaw I had the pros come to fell one of my oak trees for me because of a rotten base and potential for property damage. I had them cut about 10 fireplace size sections from the lower trunk a sent them on their way. Then I took out my new Worx 18inch, 15amp chainsaw and made short work of the remaining trunk and limbs. when all of the work was done and the logs neatly stacked, I carefully cleaned the saw and noticed that the chain was still very sharp. The saw barely got warm. The auto mode automatic oiler worked great. The saw paid for itself in this one job. Nice.
Date published: 2016-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth every penny! I kept looking into tree cutting services to cut down 2 smalls trees in my backyard...250+ not including hauling it away. I'm a home owner so I decided to try doing it myself...the Works chainsaw was amazing...the reviews I read prior were very helpful in deciding whether to make the purchase or not. It is my second Works purchase...I had bought an edger they had been advertising on television. Good product.
Date published: 2016-12-06
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