If you’re in the market for a new chainsaw, then you’re going to want to be able to compare some of the most popular and most highly rated models that are available.
Looking at the advantages and disadvantages of a range of models well help you to identify which particular unit is best for your needs, and you’ll also be able to find out a bit more about the capabilities of each particular saw.
We’ve outlined many of the best features and performance benefits of a range of chainsaws on Power Tools Ninja, but we know that it’s not always easy to read through detailed chainsaw reviews, while keeping the model comparisons in mind.
That’s why in addition to our main reviews, we’ve also provided a simple breakdown of various chainsaw models, along with the key features that they offer, all on a simple reference table that you can come back to at any time during your research.
A Quick Reference Table with All of the Key Details
This reference table was designed to be simple and easy to customize for your needs. You can arrange any of the columns based on the specific information that you’re looking for, allowing you to see a ranking of the various models that we have previously reviewed.
Of course, we list the model codes along with the manufacturer of each chainsaw, but we also chose to leave a column that details the country of origin for each saw.
We know that many prospective chainsaw buyers will look for a saw based on where it has been made. While we do recommend that you look at the full reviews to add context around the country of origin, we still understand that the place of manufacture is important.
You can also rank all of our reviewed models by item weight, which will be key to the portability and usability of any particular chainsaw.
Again, you can arrange the whole comparison chart to be ranked in terms of weight, allowing you to quickly see which chainsaw would best suit your needs.
We’ve also added details for product dimensions when shipping, which can help to give you a good idea of the relative size of each chain saw. In addition, we’ve added power ratings for gas powered chainsaws, and battery ratings for battery operated saws.
Corded electric saws can be arranged by their amperage rating, giving you an idea of their power and the type of outlet that you’ll need to run them from.
Perhaps most importantly, you can arrange our review models by their price range, allowing you to find the most suitable chainsaw that fits within your ideal budget.
Click Through to Any of Our Detailed Reviews for a Comprehensive Outline of Each Model
Our reviews cover everything that you’ll need to know about each chainsaw, including performance ratings and ideal use case scenarios.
You’ll also learn about warranties and even consumer feedback, allowing you to find the saw that best fits your needs as a professional or domestic user.
|Guide Bar Length|
|Husqvarna 450||Sweden||10.8||$300-$400||11 x 9 x 18||18||Gas Powered|
3.2 HP Motor
|Husqvarna 460||Sweden||6712.79||Over $500||9.5 x 16 x 47||24||Gas Powered|
|GreenWorks 20312||China||6.9||$200-$300||9 x 31 x 8.5||16||Battery Powered|
4AH Battery Pack
|Black & Decker LCS1240||China||10.4||$100-$200||9.63 x 8.81 x 28.56||12||40V MAX|
Lithium Ion Battery
|Husqvarna 440E ||Sweden||9.78||$200-$300||10 x 11.5 x 37.5||16||Gas Powered|
|Poulan Pro PP5020AV||China||23.3||$100-$200||22.3 x 15.8 x 20||20||Gas Powered|
|Husqvarna 455 Rancher||Sweden||12.8||$400-$500||41 x 9.5 x 20||20||Gas Powered|
|WORX WG303.1||USA||11||under $100||8.07 x 19.69 x 14.57||16||Corded Electric Powered|
|Oregon CS1500||China||17.4||$100-$200||10.5 x 37.5 x 18||18||Corded Electric|
|Makita UC4051A||China||15.3||$200-$300||10.5 X 24.2 X 10||16||Corded Electric|