Best Battery Powered Chainsaw Brand? Let's find out! Milwaukee vs DeWalt, Makita, Ryobi & WORX

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Let's test 5 brands of lithium battery powered chainsaws: Brands tested: Milwaukee, DeWalt, Makita, Ryobi, and Worx. All of the chainsaws compared against each other and against a 16-inch Stihl MS 170 gasoline chainsaw. The chainsaws competed in 3 tests which include 2 cutting speed tests on 4x4 lumber and one test on hardwood. All of the saws were also tested for battery charge time, no-load run time, noise level, and no-load sprocket/chain speed.
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  • Project Farm
    Project FarmMåned siden

    Publishing a day early this week again to see if it continues to work well. I’m definitely going to put together a round 2 video to include the saws made by “outdoor equipment” manufacturers, like Stihl, Husqvarna, Echo, etc and compare them to the brands just tested. Which brands should I test? Never a sponsor and I always buy everything tested. So, thank you all very much for supporting the channel and for your video ideas! Also, a big thank you to Jim for putting together a quick access video library, which includes a list of products tested. bit.ly/2FCrBpk

  • Justin Taylor

    Justin Taylor

    2 timer siden

    Can you a video on Walmart brand Hyper tough 20v 40v and the Hart 40v brand chainsaws

  • John Rambo

    John Rambo

    Dag siden

    Sir, did you sell all your stuff after the content?

  • Rick True

    Rick True

    3 dager siden

    Husqvarna, please. Bought one at Costco last year and I like it. I’d love to see a comparison.

  • Kurt Vonfricken

    Kurt Vonfricken

    3 dager siden

    @Gerrard Haigh AKA felling spikes

  • Michael Cole

    Michael Cole

    3 dager siden

    Hart plzzzzzz

  • Bass Pro
    Bass ProTime siden

    I wrote my previous comment before the one handed test. SMH dude

  • Bass Pro
    Bass ProTime siden

    Really should be using saw chaps my friend. I'm a skilled arborist, been felling trees for almost 20+ years. I have the Milwaukee & Makita saws for around the house when I don't feel like mixing gas. I always wear chaps, even if I'm just limbing a tree or something. I've learned the hard ways to wear safety gear. These tools are man made, my friend was using his Dewalt saw and he let go of the trigger and the saw didn't stop, he was putting it down and it jumped up and basically turned his shoulder into ground meat. Wasn't a pretty situation. Point is the safety's will fail. Always wear PPE

  • Justin Taylor
    Justin Taylor2 timer siden

    Can you a video on the Walmart brand ( Hyper tough 20v and 40v )and the (40v Hart ) brand chainsaws

  • Harmoniq Design
    Harmoniq Design4 timer siden

    What about the Husqvarna 120i?

  • Clint Mullins
    Clint Mullins7 timer siden

    Project farm, I’ve scoured the NOlocal’s and there are NO corded saw comparisons. A lot of them are people reviewing who should NOT be using a chainsaw.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 timer siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Hood
    Hood8 timer siden

    The cordless stihl is a beast.... me and my buddy used it from 6am to almost 10 at night.. with 2 batteries.. as soon as 1 died we swapped and 1 went on charger... repeated it all day to clear a large area out!

  • Hood

    Hood

    8 timer siden

    @Project Farm anything for you! Been watchin since almost day 1

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 timer siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • keith whiren
    keith whiren8 timer siden

    For the chain saws I would like to see the oil throw, how long the oil flowed before running out, as well as how much oil they do hold

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    8 timer siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • nfbmfred
    nfbmfred11 timer siden

    Where's the STIHL, it's twice the saw any of those pieces of junk are

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 timer siden

    Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

  • supa sam
    supa sam11 timer siden

    Looked like the milwaukee chain wasn't even tightened almost falling off compared to the rest ..smh..

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 timer siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Rick Kline
    Rick Kline15 timer siden

    You are the best at comparisons. You are fast, thorough, and know all the stuff we need to see to evaluate. One thing I’m not certain of is how many of these chainsaws, especially Husqvarna or four stroke engines and a four stroke engines have any advantage over two stroke? I imagine four stroke or slower and wondering if they are much higher maintenance and sensitive in terms of fuel mix? I am referring to gas powered engines in this case. Thank you very much for all your reviews you’re the best. RK San Diego

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    7 timer siden

    Thanks so much! Thanks for the suggestion.

  • citic101
    citic10115 timer siden

    WILL Makita batterries fit the Dewalt machine ?

  • americannovice americannovice
    americannovice americannovice17 timer siden

    Five year warranty? Yeah! Just send a hundred dollars for the return postage.

  • Steve Prestek
    Steve Prestek18 timer siden

    This channel is just a great resource.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 timer siden

    Glad to hear! Thank you.

  • Simon Baker
    Simon Baker18 timer siden

    There is a new stihl fuel injected chainsaw which might be interesting to see how it performs against electric chainsaws as well as traditional fuel chainsaws?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    6 timer siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Guns Cars and Digits
    Guns Cars and DigitsDag siden

    What an oily mess! I like the Ryobi. It's a very cost effective homeowner-oriented saw which fits the application well. If you ask me, the GreenWorks 20332 corded chainsaw is a major bang-for-the-buck chainsaw. The Oregon CS 1400 is another very cost effective option. Corded chainsaws fit the use of a homeowner saw very well. Unlimited cutting. --The DeWalt and Milwaukee are better for municipal/handyman use.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    20 timer siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Todd Fagan
    Todd FaganDag siden

    When testing battery powered tools I would love if you could include the Craftsman V20 line when possible. Since every Lowes now has them they are becoming quite common. You have the best unbiased testing I have ever seen. In some break down videos some people are claiming that the new Craftsman has quite a bit of the Dewalt tech inside since they are made by the same parent company to save money. I would love to see you compare some of the more common man tools along side the professional brands, I mean you do include the MOST common man tools from Harbor Freight! Thanks for all you do sir!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    20 timer siden

    You are welcome! Thanks for the video idea.

  • Albert Landeros
    Albert LanderosDag siden

    That milwaukee chain was rediciously loose

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    20 timer siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • Deidra Blevins
    Deidra BlevinsDag siden

    Dwalt. ... your welcome

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    20 timer siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • Shawn Zellner
    Shawn ZellnerDag siden

    Glad to see Ryobi finally making a presence in your videos. Good to see how they hold up

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thank you.

  • Notarobot
    NotarobotDag siden

    PLEASE test the smaller versions 12" saws!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Sean Workman
    Sean WorkmanDag siden

    Stick with your brand of battery that you use in other cordless tools.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Jonathan
    JonathanDag siden

    Thank you so much for the time and preparation you spend on making these videos. I know it can take a lot of time swtting it up and charge times and editing and all that. So thank you!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    You are welcome!

  • WILD WHEELS
    WILD WHEELSDag siden

    DeWalt RULES!!!!!!!!!!! YEAH! WOOHOO!!!! Thanks for the video!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    You are welcome!

  • SuperTA329
    SuperTA329Dag siden

    Was wondering how the EGO would stand up to the rest of the battery chainsaws.?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • TF 2112
    TF 2112Dag siden

    I am thinking these are all made in the same factory.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • RanGer498
    RanGer498Dag siden

    Do a test on gas milage from bp and Amoco. They claim: Go up to 25 miles further per tank in a full-size pick up truck vs. regular fuel with highway driving1 using Amoco Ultimate® with Invigorate®. Available at bp and Amoco stations for quick, convenient fill-ups.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Dirk Diggler
    Dirk DigglerDag siden

    Great video! What is the best 2 stroke oil to mix in gas? Some say premium gas makes for easier starts. Others say no what say you my friend. : D

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks so much! Thanks for the video idea.

  • Petri Hietanen
    Petri HietanenDag siden

    Have had this Makita for 4 years now. Could not be a happier camper. Build quality is excellent and with two sets of batteries, have done also big logs at my cabin.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Andy64878 Andy64878
    Andy64878 Andy64878Dag siden

    in the middle of nowhere start the petrol or diesel genny to charge batterys

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • gamer64
    gamer64Dag siden

    You need to test the EGO power plus 18inch chainsaw

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Basil Kearsley
    Basil KearsleyDag siden

    Another great video

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks so much!

  • Timothy Mckee
    Timothy MckeeDag siden

    Makita...It powers my coffee pot!

  • Nathan Duckeorth
    Nathan DuckeorthDag siden

    Ill stick with my stihl

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Nathan Duckeorth
    Nathan DuckeorthDag siden

    I guess the Asian people are The only people that know how too make a battery powered chain saw pathetic

  • Zach Savage
    Zach SavageDag siden

    No ego, stihl?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

  • Dave Howard
    Dave HowardDag siden

    Should have tested the best one, the EGO. I’d put it against any gas powered.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

  • GhostCreek
    GhostCreekDag siden

    I got the Makita on clearance from Family Farm and Home. Basically paid for the charger and batteries and got a free saw. The chain stays sharp for significantly longer than Id figure. Fantastic limb saw partnered for a bigger gas Stihl on a farm.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Silver Strings
    Silver StringsDag siden

    Love to see the Stihl put up against these. My Department uses that for our backup saw, since it uses the same battery as our electric blower.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • _sc _sc
    _sc _scDag siden

    I wish you had the Greenworks 60v 16in or 18in chainsaw in the mix. I think it's one of the best out there at a reasonable price. I'd be curious how it would fare in your tests

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

  • diaryrecorded
    diaryrecorded2 dager siden

    LOVE your videos - wish I had some extra money I would PATREON you!!! especially since electric bikes are expensive but would totally watch that video 10 times if you made one on E-bikes... keep up the good work and Ill get a job soon lol to help PATREON this awesome stuff :)

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks so much! Thanks for the kind thoughts.

  • Wolfpackflt670
    Wolfpackflt6702 dager siden

    Well that's Dewalt for you. You get what you pay for...for the most part anyway.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Sami
    Sami2 dager siden

    Ryobi is obviously the best for the price!!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Sami
    Sami2 dager siden

    How well does canola oil work as a chainsaw bar & chain lubricant?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Joe j
    Joe j2 dager siden

    Of all saws to test and you don't include a electric stihl? Kind seems the gold standard to me.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    Thanks for the suggestion for future round of testing.

  • Chris Alden
    Chris Alden2 dager siden

    I have small tress I clear every few years on a steep bank where I hate using a gas saw. I have been looking at these saws and you have helped my decision. I think I’ll get the Ryobi. I think bang for the buck it will do the job. Thanks for your hard work

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    Dag siden

    You are welcome! Thanks for sharing.

  • Nick Casper
    Nick Casper2 dager siden

    Snapper 82 V?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Brad Grant
    Brad Grant2 dager siden

    Great video. What about one of the 56V Ego Power saws?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Pbinfo charleston
    Pbinfo charleston2 dager siden

    Should do the Stihl gas vs. The Stihl battery powered.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • BelugaWhale
    BelugaWhale2 dager siden

    the fact that he wasted like 200 bucks worth of wood instead of testing it on some threes or on literally anything else truly bothers me lmfao

  • Gary Davis

    Gary Davis

    2 dager siden

    It removes a lot of variables

  • War Bear
    War Bear2 dager siden

    Id love to see the stihl electric

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Peter B.
    Peter B.2 dager siden

    I wonder if the results would be different using the same chain on all the saws

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Paul March
    Paul March2 dager siden

    I don't know if anyone mentioned this but the Makita stands out to me because the batteries are the same ones used by the LXT power tools. I have a mix of Makita and Ryobi but would opt for the Makita chainsaw since it would take advantage of my current pool of batteries.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • francisco polanco
    francisco polanco2 dager siden

    I was hoping to see the Bauer in this showdown

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Lawnbowler25
    Lawnbowler252 dager siden

    Hope you or someone can Answer this.. can you make up cuts? Instead of just downward cuts on trees? Thanks. By the way. Love the videos you do!

  • Matthew Talsma
    Matthew Talsma2 dager siden

    Gas chainsaws plz

  • Matthew Talsma

    Matthew Talsma

    19 timer siden

    @Project Farm p

  • Matthew Talsma

    Matthew Talsma

    19 timer siden

    Also sawzalls

  • Matthew Talsma

    Matthew Talsma

    2 dager siden

    Ur welcome

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • ABC 123
    ABC 1232 dager siden

    I've been using gas saws for over 40 years - mostly Stihl and Husky, 16" bar, for looking after my woodlot. Started getting into Dewalt Flexvolt tools and now am a full convert. Got the 16" Dewalt chainsaw about a year ago. The thing is both a beast and a joy to use, and the best thing is the instant on/off. As soon as the cut is done the saw is off. No worries about distracting noise, or worrying about putting down a running saw with hot muffler. Cutting through green maple is very impressive, although it does goes thru batteries. I use 6.0 A batteries and I find that after about 30 minutes - depending on how continuously I've been running the saw, it's time to swap out. So if you're in the middle of the bush cutting all day, then gas is still the way to go. But I'm a convert to the "grab it and go" ease of battery-powered. The Dewalt does tend to leak bar oil when it's sitting, however. Other than that, an amazing saw.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Adithya Moorthy
    Adithya Moorthy2 dager siden

    Great vedio

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks so much!

  • Adam Grzybek
    Adam Grzybek2 dager siden

    very good, thank you

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    You are welcome!

  • Kenneth Verkest
    Kenneth Verkest2 dager siden

    I'll take my gas chainsaw over a battery-operated piece of shit any day I can cut firewood all day with the gas chainsaw you're not going to do that with a battery operated saw

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Jake Lauer
    Jake Lauer3 dager siden

    With how much effort milwaukee has put into marketing their landscaping / yard equipment lately im disappointed in their Chainsaw's performance

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Lash LaRue
    Lash LaRue3 dager siden

    AWESOME. Take away: get a Stihl saw and buy Oregon replacement bars and chains. Thanks for confirming what I already suspected was the case!

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks so much!

  • Ben Snipes
    Ben Snipes3 dager siden

    Next test......which shop oil absorber is best?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Martyn Watson
    Martyn Watson3 dager siden

    The difference in chip and dust coming off made it look like the chains were performing differently. Maybe there's some way of setting up a dyno brake to measure the actual performance of the motor/battery?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    2 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • Michael
    Michael3 dager siden

    So what are you going to do with all those new drink coasters? :)

  • David B
    David B3 dager siden

    I would go with Milwaukee for sure. Thanks for sharing this video with us.

  • Jeffrey K
    Jeffrey K3 dager siden

    I love your videos and just can't wait for new videos to come up. Awesome use of scientific method for results. I believe that Snap-on tools are the ultimate "Rolex" of tools for fit, finish, durability and design. I would like to see if you could do some comparative testing of your standard combination 9/16" wrench.

  • joseph headen
    joseph headen3 dager siden

    Why don't do a comparison on 110 v chainsaws

  • Jo Hannes
    Jo Hannes3 dager siden

    Are there any electric chainsaws made in America???

  • Dieselman
    Dieselman3 dager siden

    Awesome comparison video thx for doing this 👍

  • Tyler Tomasi
    Tyler Tomasi3 dager siden

    exactly at 11 minutes in, the Milwaukee saw, look at the slack in that chain.. that can cause the saw to cut alot slower.. maybe try to tighten that up and give it another go !

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • calm squid
    calm squid3 dager siden

    Lesson learned, get a gas saw

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • ken birkin
    ken birkin3 dager siden

    The Makita -Amazon Canada, $ 2,250 !!! 4 times the price

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Dennis
    Dennis3 dager siden

    I have a Dewalt like that one and I wouldn't trade it for any of those. It's a workhorse.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Adrian Badea
    Adrian Badea3 dager siden

    I've got 10 meters cubes of fire wood to cut.. For my stove.. How many batteries should I buy? And how many days should take to finish it...???🤔🙄🙄

  • REDandBLUEandORANGE
    REDandBLUEandORANGE3 dager siden

    I am watching this for entertainment that is how good this video is

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for watching!

  • Adrian Badea
    Adrian Badea3 dager siden

    I prefer diesel chainsaw 😎😏

  • Adrian Badea
    Adrian Badea3 dager siden

    What's the silence chainsaw?

  • aceadman
    aceadman3 dager siden

    Wouldn’t mind seeing a CORDED electric chain saw comparison either. I have an Oregon corded that is pretty darn good. But I’m not sure how it compares. Cords are old school, I know. But if you have a long enough one... 😊👍👍

  • Patrick Seekins
    Patrick Seekins3 dager siden

    Please review the ATLAS from Harbor Freight. They make a 40V and 80volt.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Great recommendation! Thank yoiu

  • 680ecks
    680ecks3 dager siden

    I got a worx for I think $150 . Used it alot last winter when the ice vent the small trees into the driveway and a small birch fell on my wife's bee hives . Great to grab it chuck a battery in and cut with no starting problems . Was in the teens outside. Also used it to limb a tree worked great because of its light weight. Do cut and process a 6" tree with it but whet through six sets of batterys . Just started with makita so I may get there's . Didn't realize how slow the worx is .

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thank you

  • bcossa2001
    bcossa20013 dager siden

    How about testing garage door openers??

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the suggestion.

  • scytheakse
    scytheakse3 dager siden

    When I talked to people in sales positions about wanting the dewalt, I was told to buy the milwaukee. But as I own nothing but dewalt I bought that anyways and hoped it would atleast be comparable. After using it for about 6 months, everytime I grab it I am thrilled to have gotten it. Watching this just made me feel even more vindicated.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • DCon
    DCon3 dager siden

    I wanted to post a quick update on my new Makita XCU04PT1 (36V) LXT Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless (5.0Ah) 18V X2 16" Chain Saw Kit with 4 Batteries. While it doesn't have as much bottom end grunt power, the small gauge chain and the 36V power allows this saw to cut like a fine kitchen knife through a tomato. As long as you let the saw cut without leaning on it too hard, it is an absolute delight to use. It has sliced through red oak, black locust, walnut and made a "wood chip" snow storm as it chewed through a 12" pine tree yesterday. The included chained remained sharp for a long time. I installed an Oregon chain for my last pine tree yesterday and couldn't have been more pleased with the performance. My neighbor was so curious about the saw that he pitched in and helped me buck the tree and load it into my trailer;-) For suburban settings this saw is the cat's meow.....or for those urban homesteads, this will make a great tree trimmer and you won't need to mix the fuel or smell like exhaust when you walk back into the house. Bottom line, don't be afraid of battery powered tools.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Gclarkv
    Gclarkv3 dager siden

    How about testing chain sharpeners? You could do a sampling of: 1. Manual file holder types that clamp to the bar; 2. Powered hand-held types that use a rotary sharpener, and; 3. Powered bench-mounted types that use a circular wheel. Other types if available. Thanks for your efforts, I really enjoy your channel and have made several tool buying decisions on the basis of your tests.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Viktor Rúnar Rafnsson
    Viktor Rúnar Rafnsson3 dager siden

    I'm wondering how the Ryobi 40V fast charger would change things, it's $100 and claims upto x4 faster charging than the regular one. Which would take the charge time down to about 40 minutes. Even if we just take it down a notch to x3 faster charging, it would still be at 52,5 minutes. As always, thanks for the videos. Keep up the good work.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks, will do. Thanks for the video idea.

  • Rodrigo Cajas
    Rodrigo Cajas3 dager siden

    The good thing about battery operated chainsaw is . Is safe and legal to b used while u camping.- no sparks.-right???

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Great point

  • Philippe Bibeau
    Philippe Bibeau3 dager siden

    I love this Guy. Always extremely complete toe to toe comparaisons vidéos

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks!

  • James Lott
    James Lott3 dager siden

    Testing suggestion that might be a few videos: if a homeowner were going to invest in a whole line up of battery operated outdoor tools (chainsaw, mower, trimmer, etc) what is the best lineup? ...and related...Is it the same lineup as my battery power tools?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • ba sook
    ba sook4 dager siden

    Milwaukee is expensive

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Mr. Fuscles
    Mr. Fuscles4 dager siden

    Makita has always been my favorite. Their circular saws are the perfect size and my drill/hammer drill combo was a great buy. Plus they have the best style.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for sharing.

  • t lech
    t lech4 dager siden

    You made my decision for me thank you. I have tons of Milwaukee batteries in Milwaukee chargers. It looks like I’ll be getting my Milwaukee chainsaw. I have no DeWalt tools or batteries that was the dealbreaker I had lots of Makita batteries and tools all my new Makita tools triggers electrical kept breaking down in batteries would wear out too fast the quality of Makita has gone down over the decades. My old Makita tools from 30 years ago and even some of their old batteries still worked after 20 years and 30 years. Compared to the new Makita are all garbage now

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • Trucker Rob
    Trucker Rob4 dager siden

    Ego would be a good brand to try next time. They make good electric tools.

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Stoney stone
    Stoney stone4 dager siden

    And the winner is? The Husqvarna...

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for watching.

  • chris
    chris4 dager siden

    Yeah the battery technology just isn't there yet to justify a battery operated chainsaw

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

  • KM__GOLF
    KM__GOLF4 dager siden

    i need to see a comparison of all the electric hand held blowers from these companys

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Mubadda Gammoh
    Mubadda Gammoh4 dager siden

    What do u do with all those machines and tools ??

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    3 dager siden

    I donate the extras to my community.

  • aterack833
    aterack8334 dager siden

    Seems like Dewalt is a good middle of everything brand, I’m betting the run time test went how it did because the Dewalt has poor oil retention and oilless lubricity/friction, likely due to the metals chosen to achieve a low price point for the quality, where Milwaukee likely uses better metals for the purpose which shows once the oil runs out, I wonder how these would compare if you kept the two topped up with oil in the tanks?

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Great suggestion! Thank you.

  • yee haw
    yee haw4 dager siden

    I would like to see the new dewalt chainsaw vs the stihl ms170. Cuz i own both

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for the video idea.

  • Jacob Keppler
    Jacob Keppler4 dager siden

    I like the STIHL chainsaw but I like batter saw to

  • Project Farm

    Project Farm

    4 dager siden

    Thanks for the feedback.

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