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Chainsaw attachment For electric angle grinder - convertible chain saw stand bracket set 11.5 inch.

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  • Good Performance-Made with good quality material.The lightweight design makes this saw easy to handle with all cutting types. Its input power depends on your own 100 angle grinder, so it is not a certain number.
  • Design for-This tool can help your angle grinder into a chainsaw, safety of sawing, effectively improve the efficiency of your work.
  • Safe and Convenient-Chainsaw provides the strength needed to power through wood-cutting.The knob can be adjusted quickly to install 12 inches guide plates.
  • Anti-slip Handle-The anti-slip handle make it convenient and stable to hold in the hand.The ergonomic design handle makes this chainsaw balanced, maneuverable, and comfortable to operate.
  • Suitable for-This tool is suitable for 100 angle grinder, Does not include angle grinder.


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  1. Steven D

    I bought this saw after my Echo seized up while cutting down this tree (and is still sitting on my bench in pieces waiting for me to rebuild it). After checking rental options, I determined that a day’s rental was about $100. I’ve never used an electric chainsaw but I figured I’d give this a try as the reviews were good. It worked great as you can see by what I was able to cut up. About 6 weeks later I used it to cut down a 2nd tree and as I started to cut the trunk into sections, the chain started to heat up and I determined that the oil was not getting to the chair. I tried cleaning it and followed the instructions, but it would not pump oil. So I contacted Oregon and incredibly I was put in touch with Rebecca who sent me a pre-paid shipping label to return the saw and they sent me a new one.A couple of comments. Make sure that the oiler is working. There is some type of internal pump that sends oil to the chain and bar. Sometimes it will take 4 or 5 minutes to prime. Best to take off the bar and chain and run it for at least 4 or 5 minutes. If there is oil in the reservoir and noting comes out of the discharge port next to the chain bar, then you may need to return the saw. Usually it primes in a couple of minutes. Make sure that it is primed each time before you use it.The other thing is that the electric motor does not have quite the power my gasoline Echo chain saw has so you need to let it cut the wood without pressing down much. The self sharpener is a fantastic idea that is probably the forerunner of this type of system on saws to come. Keeping the chain sharp allows this saw to cut chips of wood and cut cleanly with minimal effort. If your chips are more sawdust, then sharpen the chain. Also, best to use a 12 AWG power cord.In all, I probably wasted my money getting the Amazon extended warranty. This is a nice unit. 

    8 people found this helpful
  2. Robert Chapman

    This thing is a BEAST and will cut through anything my STIHL 311 can… I took out both saws today, and was very impressed with the electric (running it off a generator) but in the end went back to the Stihl.. I couldn’t keep the chain on.Oil reservoir kept full, adjusted properly… many times I wouldn’t get past 5 branches before the chain would come off.I would much rather use it than the Stihl, quiet, less vibration, just doesn’t wear you out, than my wife suggested maybe thats because it forces you to take a break every ten minutes to put the chain back on.Fix the chain/ bar problem I’ll buy another one.. for now this is staying in the garage.Update: returned it. Too frustrating to have to keepnstopping and putting the chain back on (and not easy for one person to do) and too expensive to leave in the garage gathering dust.If Oregon develops an improved model I’d buy it as this saw was a beast.

    10 people found this helpful
  3. Vir

    After having one go missing I bought this locally in 2015. With it I have felled two 20 year old walnuts and a 50+ year four pronged wild cherry tree with surprising ease for an electric.Self sharpening is wonderful. However the lever is plastic and like mine can break. However Oregon is a wonderful company and I had a replacement sharpening bit and lever within 3 days.Pros:Solid customer supportBuilt to take excessive abuse. (except the sharpening lever.)Light weight (for a chainsaw, A bit hefty compared to electrics, but its all power)No fumesNo oil/gas mixtureQuick release emergency break,which being electric isnt really needed given that the moment you take your finger off the trigger the chain stops. No lag what so ever,Nice balance between all purpose cutting blade (16 inch) and powerful motor, all while remaining fairly light all things considered.powerful 18 amp (consider your washer, Fridge other large housewares typically pull off of 20 amp breakers.) motor.Cons:Heavy (for an electric)absolutely Drinks bar chain oil (2 quarts in one full year of cutting and half a year of light duty is a bit much for the quality of oil used.)Sharpener works a little too well and you can grind a chain pretty quickly. Ive only cut for 1.5 years and I already feel like I need a new chain. Maybe its just that it makes sharpening a bit too much fun.The chain likes to pop off a little too easily.The mechanism that sets up the bar and turns the chain then tightens the whole thing requires two separate turns on the big knob. The problem is if you do not get the first thread on right, the second thread will pop off within minutes, if not seconds.Bar is shorter than I would like and I had trouble with the wild cherry trunk having to cut out wedges to break it down. However theoretically can be upgraded to 18 or even 20 inch with relative ease.Summary: If your work can be done at the length of an extension cord (Or you have a generator or strong truck battery power inverter) this thing is a beast for what it is, and what it costs. However most of its “pros” seem to be in line with the advantages of using electric over gas/oil. Its cons are its own, warts and all, however none of them are really that bad considering the total package.Definitely worth my money, even having to pay 25$ more buying it locally.

    34 people found this helpful
  4. Dirk Pitt

    ***SECOND UPDATE***I contacted Oregon and was glad to receive prompt and friendly service. Oregon stands behind their products. The unit was shipped back to their facility free of charge and I received the new unit in the mail this past week. So far this weekend I have cut up approximately two cord of cedar, maple and cherry, jumping the chain once, but overall without any issues. One thing I have observed from the new unit is that it is using significantly more lubrication, keeping the chain a nice glistening, almost dripping, wet. It appropriately slings lube off the chain now if I leave the saw running long enough. The first saw I received, while it was steadily consuming lube from the reservoir, appeared to be more on the conservative side in its application to the chain and would never really “sling” any lube no matter how long I ran it. Final verdict:Pros: For an electric saw, the thing is a beast, allowing you to make use of the full bar length when cutting large rounds. Quiet enough not to piss of the neighbors. The clutch mechanism makes it incredibly safe. The price for a unit this powerful is currently unmatched. Sharpening feature is probably pretty handy, although I have yet to try it. Great support from Oregon.Cons: Catastrophic failure of the saw could potentially result from low lubrication to the chain — YOU ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY MUST KEEP IT LUBED AND COOL. The side-mounted motor gets in the way sometimes and makes the CG of the saw offset to the left of the bar making it a bit awkward to hold at times. The lube fill cap should have been positioned on the left side to avoid chip accumulation around the cap.Overall, I like this saw. Bottom line: when it works, it works well. For those of you accustomed to using gas saws of mostly metal construction, be mindful that this saw is indeed made of plastic and will melt critical components if things get hot. I’m hoping Oregon takes note of this and improves upon this in the next generation of this saw. For now, careful observation of operating temps and routine maintenance, I am hopeful, should be sufficient in providing a useful service life for this product.***UPDATE***I’m changing my rating to one star. After cutting about a cord of wood today, the chain kept coming off. I opened it up, and low and behold, the plastic casing had melted, creating a misalignment between the chain and gear; i.e. it walks the chain right off the gear now. The chain was pretty warm, but that’s not all that uncommon if you cut a lot of wood. It was cool enough for me to pick it up without gloves. It appeared to be getting plenty of lube on the chain, and I had kept the reservoir topped off, so I know it never ran dry. The chain was tensioned cold per the instructions. I’ll be contacting Oregon for warranty service tomorrow, but from what I read in the manual, I’ll have to pay for shipping which will likely be as expensive as the cost of the saw. I will post back the outcome in a few days, but right now I’m wishing I’d ponied up and went with the Makita. You’ll notice the casing around the gear hub is metal on the Makita and not plastic like the Oregon. I view this as a serious design flaw with the Oregon. 

    165 people found this helpful
  5. JB Blanchard

    This is an amazing value for a simple powerful easy and quiet chainsaw. No muss no fuss, like I had with the 3 gas-powered chainsaws still in my garage that I can’t afford to repair.All those 1-star ratings? About the chain popping off, or plastic fittings, or worked then didn’t work? . . . I’m pretty sure those people didn’t read and follow the instructions .Mine arrived with the chain off, which was annoying at first — so I read the instructions, took the casing apart, figured out how it works, and then paid attention to it while I was using it. Turns out it was a good thing after all, because it forced me to learn about it — or I would have just plugged it in, fired it up, and maybe had some of those problems.I’m 6 trees in over 3 days, they are 14-16″ swamp maples, about 600 cuts or so, and i’m just now thinking about sharpening the chain for the first time.I have taken off the casing twice, to clean out the oily sawdust — and the chain only popped off once, when I didn’t check the tension every 20 cuts or so like I had been doing. It’s also important to keep the oil chamber filled, but you can tell when it runs dry, the sound changes.So read the instructions, don’t rush, and let the saw do it’s job — just like the instrutions say.

    191 people found this helpful
  6. Elwood P.

    I love this chainsaw. I had two gas chainsaws and every time I would take them out to use, they wouldn’t start or they ran like crap. I bought this Oregon electric chainsaw and have never looked back. Awesome product!!!The main reason I am writing this review is to comment on all of the reviews that mention the chain falling off. These people have no idea what they are doing. I have never had the chain fall off while using this chainsaw. I suspect the chain oiler is clogged or they are not setting up the chain tension per the included instructions. If the oiler is not pumping oil on the bar, then the chain will heat up and EXPAND!!! This will cause many problems including the chain falling off the bar.An easy way to tell if the chain oiler is working is to hold the tip of the bar close to a log that you are going to cut. Run the chainsaw at full speed and you should see oil splatter onto the wood. If you see no oil hitting the wood, then your oiler is not working. Stop and figure out why. If you continue and the chain and bar are dry, I guarantee your chain will start falling off and parts will start to melt like one of the reviewers on here.If your chainsaw is not pumping oil then read the manual. If you still can’t figure it out, contact Oregon. This is where you will see Oregon shine. Excellent support!!!

    43 people found this helpful
  7. Heidi & Jayme

    Before using this CS I have literally never used one before. The wife and I purchased a home on 1.5 acres and it is completely wooded. There were several trees that needed to come down. These are white oak, 60-80 foot tall and at the largest, 20 inches in circumference. The neighbor has been running his own fire wood business for 15 years. He has tremendous knowledge on the proper use and safety of CS’s. A friend of his will cut the tree down and he will come chop it up as long as he can take the big stuff.I asked his opinion on getting an electric CS. He said there is no way an electric will be able to handle the trees in our area. I purchased this Oregon CS1500 anyways…I’m not a good listener and I’m glad. He was going to come show me how to use a CS but I was anxious so I watched several videos on the proper use and safety and jumped in.Now I do not have any experience using CS’s but I am certain that if you choose to get an electric, you will not find one better than this one for this price. So I took it out of the box, took the chain off and oiled what needed to be oiled and was up and running in 10 mins. I had several large logs that I needed to cut down to a manageable size.Truly first time using I go for the 15 inch, the blade is about 3 inches longer. It goes through with ease…I was actually surprised how easy it was. I made about 15 cuts of the same size. Then the neighbor comes over and uses it. He was very impressed. He said he has never seen a chain that looked the way it did. Self sharpening I imagine. He liked the self sharpening aspect as well. He said the parts were well made and strong. The balance and weight were great in his opinion too. He said for an electric and for the price he was sincerely impressed and surprised.This was last year….it was in the detached garage all winter. I took it out last week to cut a few logs I left laying in the back yard and it fired right up. So the ease of use and up keep are just so easy.As a novice CS user this Oregon CS1500 could not be any easier. I love when you make a purchase and the product is everything you expected and more. For the money and ease of use and care, I do not think there is a better deal available.On a side note, before I purchased this CS. I had a question about the oil and called the Oregon customer service number. I spoke to a real person and she answered my question. She was honest and knowledgeable. They have a customer for life. I like real people.

    48 people found this helpful
  8. anonj

    Edit 2016 Jun 27: In the end, I’ve decided against this saw. The SmartSharp chain sharpener is a good idea that needs a LOT of improvement. I think I’ll replace the existing chain with a regular chain for longer chain endurance. The saw itself is a VERY well designed machine.Edit 2016 Jun 21: I used this chainsaw while removing a tree stump from my backyard. I hesitated to do this because dirt, stones, and rocks are the BANE of chainsaw chains. None the less, I used it. I cleared away dirt from around a root as much as possible. Sometimes, the lower half of the root remained covered in dirt because I just couldn’t find a way to dig it out. So I would direct the very front tip of the saw at the root to cut from the center of the root’s thickness outward. This minimized the chain’s exposure to dirt and rocks, and worked very well. Still, the chain dulled quickly. All I had to do was hold the saw in the air, run it with the chain spinning for 5 or 6 second while pressing down on the red “sharpen” button, and the chainsaw was ready to cut more roots. I sharpened the chain 7 or 8 times. With any other chainsaw, sharpening the chain would have added several hours just to sharpen the chain that many times. This chainsaw is well worth the money.2016 Jun 12: Initial reviewI bought this chainsaw for three reasons: 1. Oregon chains are extremely well made. I expected the same quality in their saw. Verdict – great. 2. Oregon has created a new way to sharpen chains. Verdict – outstanding. 3. The low price for all this technology. Verdict – very good.This is a very nice corded electric chainsaw. Electric beats gas in two ways: virtually no maintenance, and electric motors can run in any orientation, upside down, on its side, pointed straight up twisted at an angle. Electric saw chains tend to be thinner and require less power than their gas counterparts.This saw has a very thin chain, yet it chews through tree wood at high speed, spitting out tree chips at high volume. The thin chain is very, very sharp. It is also gnarly, with the metal cutting teeth curled into position, Thus, it is easy to get cut. I’m sporting a small band-aid on my index finger. I should have taken their advice and worn gloves when I handled the chain.The saw itself is well designed. No tools are needed to maintain the saw. There is a large knob on the side cover toward the front. This knob is actually two knobs nestled inside one another. The inner knob unscrews the cover from the saw. The outer knob adjusts the chain tension. To adjust the chain tension, loosen the inner knob by 1/2 to 1 full turn, turn the outer knob to adjust chain tension, retighten the inner knob. To remove the side cover, unscrew the inner knob completely. The side cover will then come off, revealing the bar, the chain, a metal chain tensing disk that is engaged by the outer knob when side cover is attached,, the drive gear, and a sharpening stone to the left of the gear. You can now remove the bar and chain by twisting the metal disk to loosen the chain, them sliding the chain and bar off. This reveals the bar oil port that feeds oil to the chain.The manual says to add oil to the oil reservoir, remove the chain and bar, run the motor with gear spinning until oil oozes from this port, just to make sure the oiler is working. I had to hold the saw at various angles to coax the oil to start coming out of the port.Now for the best part, the built in chain sharpener. This is Oregon’s new invention called PowerSharp. There is a red lever sticking up out of the side cover. When this lever is pressed while the chain is spinning around the bar, the lever will press a curved sharpening stone into the chain, sharpening the chain in under 5 seconds. That fast. No chain removal, no disassembly. Just run the saw, press the lever, wait 5 seconds, release the lever.All together, this is a very nice chainsaw at a superb price. With its 18″ bar, it can take down fairly large trees fast. It may not play well with professionals who need larger, more powerful saws, but for home use, it’s outstanding. When I combine this with my Worx Jaw Saw for reducing the fallen tree, I’m very satisfied.

    68 people found this helpful
  9. J. B.

    I was looking for an alternative chainsaw for a gas operated type that needs mixing of gas and oil, engine maintenance, repeated sharpening of the chain and I found it in this Oregon electric chainsaw. Fantastic. I researched electric brands on all types of reviews. Most reviewers did not include Oregon in the reviews but a few did. I went against the grain opting not to go with the recommended CR product and went rather with several very good reviews of the Oregon product. On my first use I cut up a full cord of firewood with some logs over 12″ in diameter. All the wood was eucalyptus hardwood. The chainsaw never failed me in a full hard day of use. I found the chain sharpening feature to be fantastic. I had read a few reports of the chain falling off the rail but it never happened to me. My advice to anyone using this or any other chainsaw is to just keep an eye on the tension and give it a click or two every so often. Pros: speed, power, ease of use, balance, self sharpener. Cons: the oil window could be clearer as it’s hard to tell if oil is low. I would definitely buy this again.

    23 people found this helpful
  10. darkwind

    ** Updated..Unfortunately the 2nd one is going back. As is described in other posts, the blade is starting to have “play” vertically up and down in regards to the chassis. No amount of tightening the screws resolves this issue.The saw otherwise performed great. The 2nd one had no other issues cutting the logs to size. No melting of the casing, and the chain didn’t throw once. Beware “all metal parts” as in fact a significant portion of this saw is plastic, and apparently an integral part of the blade attachment.– Original review follows:I want to like this saw. Wanted an upgrade from a tiny 14″ Homelite electric that served me well for over 10 years, plus I had some new logs to prep for the season approaching.Unboxed it on Thursday. First issues encountered. The grey casing was loose. As in there was a 1/4″ gap in the housing, and its visibly loose. That’s not right. Thought maybe it got jostled in shipping, so tightened up all the screws I could find, and all seemed right. Second issue: The blade cover included looks to be incorrect. It was red, about 3″ too short, and was way too tall for the narrow blade. This one isn’t huge but still a letdown, and made me feel iffy on the overall product.Followed instructions, primed the oil pump, tightened the tension on the saw, and got to work. About 30 minutes in, the chain jumped off the bar. Stopped, took it apart, put the chain back and retensioned. Maybe I didn’t go tight enough so I gave it a little more. Another couple minutes goes by, and a few cuts later, and the chain jumps again. Hmm…This went on about 4 more times, at which point I was frustrated, and looked closer, where I discovered the casing had melted, causing the gear to now be mis-aligned (it’s acting as a ramp to push the chain off, now). Total time working, from start to failure? About 90 minutes. And I know I wasn’t overworking the saw, having used the little Homelite as I mentioned before, that has plastic drive gears, and was an economy saw.Insult to injury, I called the 800 warranty number, to find they were closed (hours 7a-4p PST) and reading further, the manual states I need to cover shipping both ways?! what’s this bull….Fortunately Amazon is awesome, and overnighted me a replacement saw by 10am Saturday. No charge. I just sent the defective one back off. (I have the S/N if the company wants to investigate, since I did not utilize the warranty process)Interesting things to note. The new one came with a proper blade cover. Black, and form fitted to the saw blade. All screws were tight. Took about 5 minutes to prime the oil pump vs the last one at 2.5 minutes, although the weather was cooler, perhaps the oil was thicker.I was able to perform a day of cutting without issue, and the replacement looks no worse for wear. We’ll see if it holds up.Other interesting notes: The new saw has a different label, the colors are “reversed” (the old was OREGON in white, with a red background, no border, whereas the new one has OREGON in red, with a white background and a red border. The S/N is printed as part of the label rather than a sticker applied after the fact. The box is similarly different matching each saw, although the model # is the same on both.Unfortunately the experience has left me leery of the replacement saw. I am hopeful that it will continue to function, and if it makes it through the next 30 days with me operating it I will give it more stars.It’s a bit of a misnomer when they say it’s got metal parts. The drive gear, sure, and maybe the internal parts too (I did not look) the housing is plastic, and seemingly prone to melting. And when that happens the whole thing is shot. 

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