The Gas vs Battery Chainsaw Challenge


The Gas vs Battery Chainsaw Debate Continues

Discussing the pros and cons of a gas vs battery chainsaw might sound ridiculous, but electric chainsaws, including battery powered chainsaws, have come along way in the last several years. April Wilkerson highlights all the details in this short video. Enjoy!

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