It has been designed to have quick and easy chain adjustment making your day much more productive, the oil capacity display prevents users from unintentionally running out of oil and being unable to finish a job. It has torque boost mode that raises the current limit temporarily for faster cutting when approaching thicker, harder to cut branches. The metal spike bumper is designed to firmly grip workpieces to allow for more control which in turn makes cutting easier and safer. Model DUC256Z is a cordless chainsaw powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries in series. Powered by two 18V Li-ion batteries in series to supply energy to the powerful 36V DC motor drive system - 2x 18v batteries will power the 36v DC motor.
The 36v DC motor delivers more power and run time without leaving the 18v Lithium-ion platform. When different capacity batteries are used together (for example, 4.0Ah BL1840 and 3.0Ah BL1830, or fully charged BL1830 and 70% charged BL1830), the machine stops when the battery with less capacity is empty. Twin 18v machines must have two 18v batteries connected and with charge before they will operate. Torque boost mode: raises the current limit temporarily for faster cutting of thicker branches. Metal spike bumper: Firmly grips workpiece to provide more control, making cutting easier.
Main power switch with auto power-off function: Automatically turned off when the switch trigger is not pulled for a certain. Captive nuts: prevent loss of nut when removing sprocket cover to replace guide bar or saw chain. Hook located to position the guide bar straight down when the chain saw hangs from user's waist. Bare Tool - No Batteries or Charger Supplied.Please note this unit should be used by trained tree surgeons only. The item "Makita DUC256Z Twin 18v / 36v LXT Cordless Lithium Ion Chainsaw 250mm Bare Unit" is in sale since Wednesday, April 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Garden & Patio\Garden Power Tools & Equipment\Chainsaws". The seller is "powertoolmate" and is located in SALTASH.
This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.