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WORX JawSaw

Speed to First Woot:
3m 29.331s
First Sucker:
hawaiidans
Last Wooter to Woot:
Lindaparr
Last Purchase:
2 years ago
Order Pace (rank):
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Top 33% of all Woots
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Top 9% of all Woots

Purchaser Experience

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  • 5% joined today
  • 0% one week old
  • 1% one month old
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  • 84% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 98% bought 1
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lichme


quality posts: 3182 Private Messages lichme

Some Reviews on the 307
Some More reviews on the 308

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kcostell


quality posts: 8 Private Messages kcostell

Note: If you have children who love playing with those "robotic arm" plastic claw toys, you might want to keep this away from them.

getbigtony


quality posts: 1 Private Messages getbigtony

$150 on amazon
http://www.amazon.com/WG308-6-Inch-Electric-JawSaw-Extension/dp/B004SF8LD6

thumperchick


quality posts: 253 Private Messages thumperchick

Anyone else see this and get a mental image of this:

blueconversechucks


quality posts: 10 Private Messages blueconversechucks

YouTube commercial for it. Looks pretty cool.




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groundlessnfree


quality posts: 2 Private Messages groundlessnfree

It's as if God created The Shovel, and gave him Jaws.

meow57


quality posts: 3 Private Messages meow57

Hey, my grandson is Damien...and he'd love a robot arm...and his 16th birthday is coming up in a few months. hmmm, maybe...

(insert evil laugh here)...

ap210


quality posts: 48 Private Messages ap210

.......Groovy

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Kev50027


quality posts: 16 Private Messages Kev50027

I can hear Tim Taylor grunting.

cappo


quality posts: 36 Private Messages cappo
thumperchick wrote:Anyone else see this and get a mental image of this:



I'll never get rid of it now. hehe


hehthuryo


quality posts: 37 Private Messages hehthuryo

I thought this was one of those things to grab stuff from the top shelf if you can't reach it.

rolede


quality posts: 2 Private Messages rolede

This requires being plugged in.
The Black & Decker 18 Volt Alligator is what I have and it is much better. I also have a B&D 18V Pole Saw

prttymf8


quality posts: 25 Private Messages prttymf8

The most important lesson I've learned from using a pole pruner:

If it doesn't reach the branch you're trying to get to while holding the pruner at an angle, do not stand directly under the branch and stare at it while cutting it.

viciousspike


quality posts: 2 Private Messages viciousspike

Ye Gods!
Does it make dinosaur noises? Please tell me it makes angry dinosaur noises.

TGrier


quality posts: 5 Private Messages TGrier

I own one of these. My wife gave it to me last year. I had to take down 4 blue spruce trees last summer and this helped me reach some of the higher branches before switching to a regular chainsaw for the trunk. It worked well. When the extension arm is on and you're reaching as far as you can it's quite top-heavy. But, if you're careful it really makes the job easier.

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 617 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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prttymf8 wrote:The most important lesson I've learned from using a pole pruner:

If it doesn't reach the branch you're trying to get to while holding the pruner at an angle, do not stand directly under the branch and stare at it while cutting it.

All I read was, "Here, hold my beer and watch me do this!"



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prttymf8


quality posts: 25 Private Messages prttymf8
ThunderThighs wrote:All I read was, "Here, hold my beer and watch me do this!"



At least I was wearing a face shield. It didn't help with the impact but I didn't get sawdust in my eyes.

kildar


quality posts: 1 Private Messages kildar
prttymf8 wrote:The most important lesson I've learned from using a pole pruner:

If it doesn't reach the branch you're trying to get to while holding the pruner at an angle, do not stand directly under the branch and stare at it while cutting it.


you, sir or madame, rock. thank you for the awesome. :-)

Nate650


quality posts: 31 Private Messages Nate650
prttymf8 wrote:The most important lesson I've learned from using a pole pruner:

If it doesn't reach the branch you're trying to get to while holding the pruner at an angle, do not stand directly under the branch and stare at it while cutting it.



Lol, thanks.

giolee88


quality posts: 17 Private Messages giolee88

Would it be wrong to trim all the overgrown bushes in my neighborhood covering the sidewalks?

Nate650


quality posts: 31 Private Messages Nate650

I own one of these puppies so don't feel the need to own a similar item, though I do tend to be a tool freak.

Nate650


quality posts: 31 Private Messages Nate650
giolee88 wrote:Would it be wrong to trim all the overgrown bushes in my neighborhood covering the sidewalks?



I'm sure your neighbors would appreciate it, though you might get a few odd looks.

BrakX


quality posts: 2 Private Messages BrakX

How will this hold up in the zombie apocalypse?

tooter1952


quality posts: 2 Private Messages tooter1952

This thing looks like it could do some serious damage (if you know what I mean…) Keep it far away from me!

tooter1952


quality posts: 2 Private Messages tooter1952

is it something like this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKmLUA2yHFE

giolee88


quality posts: 17 Private Messages giolee88
BrakX wrote:How will this hold up in the zombie apocalypse?


The video is a must view!!

nmumark


quality posts: 10 Private Messages nmumark

It was more fun when everything was one price and you had to race to get the model you wanted.

jeleavitt


quality posts: 1 Private Messages jeleavitt
giolee88 wrote:Would it be wrong to trim all the overgrown bushes in my neighborhood covering the sidewalks?



Gonna take a looong electric cord!

taml70


quality posts: 0 Private Messages taml70

Question: Can you use this to trim palm tree branches ?

pollorey


quality posts: 0 Private Messages pollorey

http://www.amazon.com/WG308-6-Inch-Electric-JawSaw-Extension/product-reviews/B004SF8LD6

Buyer beware.

cvcoast


quality posts: 18 Private Messages cvcoast
prttymf8 wrote:The most important lesson I've learned from using a pole pruner:

If it doesn't reach the branch you're trying to get to while holding the pruner at an angle, do not stand directly under the branch and stare at it while cutting it.



Well, duh,..At least I had the good sense to close my eyes.

frzntndra


quality posts: 2 Private Messages frzntndra

how difficult is it to sharpen chain?

bradw76


quality posts: 7 Private Messages bradw76

If you could mount it under a quadrotor, you'd have an awesome tree pruner.

http://ardrone2.parrot.com/usa/

mjonczak


quality posts: 2 Private Messages mjonczak
ThunderThighs wrote:All I read was, "Here, hold my beer and watch me do this!"



I bet you "moonlight" writing Monty & Mortimer dialogue.

"When I die, I want to go             
as my grandfather did:                
quietly, peacefully, in his sleep. 
Not like his passengers." 

tammyklick


quality posts: 0 Private Messages tammyklick

I was excited about this til I saw it requires a power cord instead of a rechargeable battery. Not very workable on my 1 acre wooded lot. I have a (cordless!) Black Decker 18v Alligator with a rechargeable battery which I love! Woot, how about getting some of those for us?

71firebird


quality posts: 4 Private Messages 71firebird

Bought one of these last summer. It works pretty good. Chain will slip off occasionally but it's easy enough to put back on. It's kinda heavy when you hold it up and out but waay better than getting on a ladder with a chainsaw. If the limb will fit in the jaw this sucker will cut it.

suned


quality posts: 16 Private Messages suned
frzntndra wrote:how difficult is it to sharpen chain?



Here's a video link on how to remove/replace the chain for sharpening or changing:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doss-afw-mo

morpheus282


quality posts: 6 Private Messages morpheus282

My experience with electric chainsaws is that they're very underpowered and it takes quite a bit of time to get through a branch more than an inch in diameter. In the video it looks like they're cutting through dogwood at one point, the last electric chainsaw I had took the better part of a minute to trim an 1.5" dogwood branch. My gas powered saw goes through them in a couple of seconds.

jdean


quality posts: 0 Private Messages jdean

Be careful if they ship this FedEx. I ordered something and now it is in FedEx limbo (should have had it the 18th now the tracking says N/A for est. arrival). FedEx sucks.