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post #11 of 13 Old 07-30-2014, 12:23 PM
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you have a battery powered sawzall they work great on the smaller and larger branches.
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@toomanytoys how long does the battery last? I have been wanting one too.

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@toomanytoys how long does the battery last? I have been wanting one too.
@Dick It depends what type of wood you are cutting, diameters, ect.

This wasn't total run time, but I recently trimmed 2 to 3" diameter branches off of 5 pine trees on my property. I bet I made 150-200 cuts. One to cut them down, one or 2 to cut them into manageable pieces to put in the burn pile. I'd say I worked for 4 hours total, but used the saw maybe for a solid hour before the battery went dead.

I'd say your run time cutting 10" diameter trees of a hard wood variety would be lower. But for small use its great. I pick it up before I pick up my stihl gas saw when working around home.
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