The electric JawSaw is a terror for wood but safe for the operator. Its metal jaws leave only a small amount of the chain exposed, minimizing the risk of contact with the user's body as well as preventing kickback and chain damage when it's sawing branches on the ground. The steel teeth can lock onto a piece of wood of up to four inches in diameter to increase stability while the chain rips through it.
And unlike other chainsaws, the JawSaw doesn't require any additional tools to replace the chain or set the tension. $120
We did a FirstLook of the JawSaw on RainyDayMagazine this Summer:
After the storm, we had a chance to take it out for a FirstUse:
Maintaining it was not all that difficult:
Best of all...no zombies were harmed in the testing of the JawSaw. Click on any of the images in the write-ups for a larger version.
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