The outstanding Oregon chainsaw, the Powernow CS250E tops our cordless chainsaw charts.
Its 40 Volt lithium-ion Endurance battery pack, 14 inch bar and self sharpening capability make it hard to be beat for overall quality.
But the PowerNow CS250E is not a cheap saw and it may be too big for some people’s requirements.
Here is our selection of the best of the rest, which are all decent cordless saws in their own right.
With batteries ranging in power from 12 to 20 Volts and with bars between 4.5 and 10 inches, these saws are more odd-job and pruning saws than all rounder chainsaws like the Oregon PowerNow.
But if your are looking for a cordless chainsaw, then you should certainly find something to suit you from among this list if the Oregon CS250E is beyond your requirements.
Cordless chainsaws: the best of the rest
|Model||Power||Bar Size||Price Check|
|Greenworks 20602 20-Volt Lithium Ion 10-Inch Cordless Electric Chain Saw (No Battery or Charger)||20 Volt||10 inch|
|Black & Decker LCS120 20-Volt Lithium-Ion Cordless Chain Saw||20 Volt||8 inch||
Current Price: $115.00
|Earthwise LCS31010 10-Inch 18 Volt Lithium Ion Cordless Electric Chain Saw||18 Volt||10 inch||
Current Price: $129.99
|Black & Decker CCS818 18-Volt Cordless Electric Chain Saw||18 Volt||8 inch||
Current Price: $99.99
|Earthwise CCS30008 18-Volt 8-Inch Cordless Chain Saw||18 Volt||8 inch||
List Price: $79.99
Current Price: $79.99
|Makita UC120DWD Commercial Grade 4-1/2-Inch 12-Volt Cordless Electric Chain Saw||12 Volt||4.5 inch||
Makita UC120DWD Commercial Grade 4-1/2-Inch 12-Volt Cordless Electric Chain Saw (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
List Price: $404.00
Current Price: $538.51