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  • Jawsaw

    I just saw this on tv and it looks interesting.

    It's called the jawsaw.

    http://www.jawsaw.com

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  • #2
    It looks cool, but would be a pain if the chain ever fell off lol.

    The "Jaw" is just a guard to protect the saw inside I believe, at first glance I thought it was used to crush branches or something awesome, ahahaha!

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    • #3
      looks like a homeowner gadget. I use a chinsaw frequently and have never tried to cut 1 inch or less twigs laying around on the ground. It looks like you have to be fairly close to the tree to use the extension pole, I will continue using my 20 extension pole for my chainsaw. (its home made. no i did not make it) for higher limbs I get in the bucket and use the hydro saw, can reach about 150 up then

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      • #4
        Kind of neat but its electric.
        Good for home owners for storm clean up if you have power that is.

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        • #5
          Kind of neat but its electric.
          Good for home owners for storm clean up if you have power that is.
          That would not do storm cleanup around here, the bar is way to small.
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          • #6
            It's designed well. I mean, I don't know if it's designed to WORK well, but it was designed to LOOK good.

            They will sell oodles of them.

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            • #7
              I have very little experience with tree removal, but I cut down a medium sized Japanese maple today and this gadget would have been a pain in the a$$ to position properly around many of the branches I had to cut.

              It's a "look what I bought" tool that you show to your neighbor, then hang on the back wall in the garage until you put it out for a yard sale 5 years later.

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