What are the bar length options available for Medium Corded Electric Chainsaws?
The length of the chainsaw needed for a project depends on the size of the items that need cut down. Shorter bars are used for smaller trees and projects. Medium and longer blades are usually used for larger trees and vegetation management for large lots and farms. Within Medium Corded Electric Chainsaws, bar length options include 16 in. and 18 in.
What is the difference between a rear handle chainsaw and a top handle chainsaw?
A rear handle chainsaw is a popular choice for homeowners and users who will not use the tool for professional purposes. A rear-handled chainsaw is an entry-level option that provides more stability and safety to its user. A person should only use a rear-handled chainsaw for projects where the user is on the ground. A top-handled chainsaw is designed specifically for users who are up in trees, on ladders or hanging to get to the required location. For this reason, a person typically uses top-handled chainsaws in professional settings. They are usually lighter weight and more compact than a rear handle chain saw. Check out the best-selling product, the 16 in. 12 Amp Electric Chainsaw.