Think Chainsaws Are Just For Men? Think Again!
Cindy from AkronOhioMoms.com has a lot to say about the WORX 40V Power Share 14″ Cordless Chainsaw on her blog!
You can read the entire blog here, but we wanted to share some of the highlights!
“The first thing I noticed about the WORX 40V Power Share 14″ Cordless Chainsaw w/ Auto-Tension is how amazingly light it is.”
“Outside, I mow the lawn, weed-eat, and garden. I’m thankful to have a very manly husband that takes care of the ‘big stuff’ around the house and yard. But, he’s not resolute to think only men can do such. Unfortunately, he had foot surgery a few months back and then the whole family developed bronchitis the last 6 weeks so chores have gotten behind outside.
The first thing I noticed about the WORX 40V Power Share 14″ Cordless Chainsaw w/ Auto-Tension is how amazingly light it is. This chainsaw runs on two 20V Max Lithium batteries to deliver 40 volts of power and performance to cut though any job! Batteries are so much lighter than gasoline! And the power is not compromised with the high-efficiency brushless motor.”
“Being lightweight benefits everyone – men and women. For me, it is one major factor that made me even want to try this chainsaw.”
“Even though I do a lot of DIY work around the house, I’ve never, ever even considered using our heavy gasoline-powered chainsaw before this WORX chainsaw. It never crossed my mind. When I felt how light this chainsaw was, I was eager to give it a try. This is also a good option for older people that still work in the yard but need something a lighter weight!”
“Even though we are approaching cooler, winter months ahead, there will always be a need for this chainsaw.”
“Even though we are approaching cooler, winter months ahead, there will always be a need for this chainsaw…. Since my husband has been laid up with his foot and bronchitis, we’ve had many limbs and some trees fall in our yard and woods. I love that with the WORX 40V Chainsaw, I can effortlessly take care of after-storm issues. I can’t tell you how proud I am of myself and this new ability. Plus, it is a lot fun! I love getting outside and working in the yard. Now that I can use a chainsaw to trim trees, limbs, and cut logs, I have more options of outside ‘entertainment’ year-round.”