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16 in. 12 Amp Electric Chainsaw

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  • Tool-Free Chain Tensioning For User Convenience
  • 16 in. Electric Chainsaw Featuring Automatic Bar and Chain Oiler
  • Equipped with Safety Tip for Kickback Protection
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About This Product

A dependable, no-hassle 12 Amp motor powers the reliable 16 in. Homelite Electric Chainsaw. With step-up features not found in comparable competitive saws, the Homelite electric delivers excellent cutting action and good power-to-weight performance. It is capable of cutting trees and limbs up to 28 in. Dia and comes with a 2-year limited warranty.

Highlights

  • 16 in. bar can be used to cut trees and limbs up to 28 in. Dia
  • Powerful 12 Amp motor offers efficient, reliable performance
  • Tool-less chain tensioner lets you make adjustments easily
  • Wraparound handle with soft comfort hand grip helps reduce user fatigue
  • Lockout switch prevents accidental motor activation
  • Cord retainer prevents unintended power disconnection
  • Small-radius guide bar tip lowers kickback potential
  • Protected by a 2-year limited warranty
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Product Information

Internet # 203677567

Model # UT43123

Store SKU # 840991

Specifications

Dimensions

Bar Length (in.)

16 in.

Chain Size

16 in.

Maximum Cut Diameter (in.)

28 in

Maximum extension cord length (ft.)

100 ft

Details

Amperage (A)

12

Chain Pitch

3/8 in.

Chain Speed (mps)

11.4

Chainsaw Bar Size

Medium

Chainsaw Type

Hand Chainsaw

Color Family

Red

Condition

New

Cord Length (ft.)

1

Drive Links

56

Features

Tool-Less Chain Tensioning

Filter Type

No Filter

Gauge

.050

Handle Type

Rear Handle Chainsaw

Included

Chain, Safety Tip

Power Type

Corded

Product Weight (lb.)

9.5 lb

Refurbished

No

Returnable

90-Day

Torque Maximum (Nm)

4.5

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

CSA Certified

Manufacturer Warranty

2 Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5

  • 4.3 out of 3,605 reviews
  • 84% recommend this product
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Plastic gears
It's very handy and easy to use. Will not last long. Not for extended use. The main gear is made of plastic and gets stripped by the main drive gear. See the picture.
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    1 found this review helpful
    Poorly designed - fails after use
    This product has a poor design. The chain drive gear has two bearings. The inner bearing is firmly seated in a heavy plastic housing. The outer bearing is seated in the flimsy red cover. What eventually happens is that the red cover cracks allowing the bearing to move. At this point the product is un-repairable. I recommend buying a different product until the manufacturer fixes this design flaw.
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      5 found this review helpful
      Cheap plastic Ziploc guard
      I had one for many many years. I just bought a new one cheap out they don’t give you the plastic chain guard protector they give you this freaking piece of plastic Ziploc bag you slide it over gotta be careful not to cut your hand there’s a lawsuit waiting
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      This review is from 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw
        • Recommended
        Tree down and out
        During Hurricane/Tropical storm Nicole we had a tree come down through our fence and onto the house. Thankfully no structural damage, just a steady clean up to get it all cut up. The Homelite went above and beyond to chop the tree up to get it all removed and cleaned up. Only a quarter of the oil was used which was awesome. All I would say it make sure your chain is tight enough, and make sure your cuts are clean so it doesn’t bog down or get stuck.
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        This review is from 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw
          • Recommended
          Its a beast for the price
          Great choice,inexpensive, uses vey little oil and cuts are a breeze at only 9 amps.
          by
          This review is from 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw
            • Recommended
            Easy Care and Simple to Use
            We've had both Homelite chainsaws for several years and have enjoyed their simplicity. The photos taken are from today (04-2021) and they keep cutting. Fantastic price for years of reliability.
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              1 found this review helpful
              In the recent storm I had an 80 foot tall...
              In the recent storm I had an 80 foot tall willow uproot and come down. This Homelite 16 inch took care of all but the main trunk of the tree. Was light weight. Easy to handle and powerful. This saw was short money for the 2500 dollars quoted by two tree removal companies
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                5 found this review helpful
                Chain drive gear and bearing drive shaft mounts are plastic and fail.
                Chainsaw works great until the plastic case begins to wallow out around the bearings. Once that happens the drive shaft isn't supported and the metal motor gear will start to slice the teeth off the chain drive gear, which is plastic. This happened to me after light and moderate use (generally cutting green wood and limbs). I was still sharpening the original chain. I'm not new to chainsaws, I own echo and sthil, hand sharpen my chains, always run bar oil, etc. I do not overtension my chains (I could see that being an argument for this sort of damage) - but nope, I maintain my saws, even this thing. I've never seen one built so cheaply. The saw is basically junk when you buy it, but if all you're going to do is cut green limbs <4" diameter, make sure you use a sharp chain and bar oil, and never tension the chain more than to keep it from running off the bar this might last you a full chain. You'll never need to replace the bar! the chainsaw gears will wear out first.
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                This review is from 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw
                Response from HomeliteJul 21, 2021
                Hello, Ryan - We are sorry to read about your unsatisfactory experience with the chainsaw! And we'd like to discuss this further. If you would, will you please email us at reviews@homelite.com? Homelite
                  19 found this review helpful
                  For a corded chainsaw, I love it!
                  Yes, it is corded. Get that part out of the way. When it comes to everything else, I love this thing! I wanted to spend money on a good chainsaw, and since I already had a 100’ extension cable, I felt I could get away with a corded one. I shopped briefly and settled on this one, and have had zero regrets with it! It’s light, no start up process required, and is perfect for any home sized jobs.
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                    • Recommended
                    4 found this review helpful
                    The Easiest Tool to Cut Up a Tool With!
                    I was sceptical of how good this saw would be at such a low price. DON'T BE!!! This saw is amazingly simple to use and cuts like butter. Right out of the box I knew this would be a good saw. It is well built and super easy to adjust the chain tension on. Just add bar oil and go! I cut up the tree in the pic in an hour. BUY THIS SAW!!!
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                    This review is from 14 in. 9 Amp Electric Chainsaw
                      • Recommended
                      3 found this review helpful
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