15 Amp Electric 18" Chainsaw

ITEM WG304.1

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A Cut above the rest

Powerful 15 Amp motor offers consistent performance and durability

Patented auto-tension chain system prevents over-tightening for extended bar & chain life

Built-in chain brake for added safety

Automatic oil lubrication and built-in oil reservoir with level indicator

15 Amp Electric 18" Chainsaw ITEM WG304.1

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WORX 15 Amp 18-inch Chainsaw - WG304.1

Key Features

This WORX 18" chainsaw starts instantly with powerful and consistent performance for most residential yard work projects. With the turn of a knob, the patented automatic, tool-free chain tensioning system delivers optimum tension during operation. Includes a 3 Year Warranty & 30 Day Money Back Guarantee.

Lightweight, durable & dependable

Our 18” Electric Chainsaw is as capable as a gas-powered version, but with no fumes, less mess and considerably lower maintenance. Our patented system automatically ensures proper bar-and-chain tension. Oil lubrication is automated, too. There’s an oil reservoir with a level indicator built right in. Also equipped with a built-in chain brake for safety, it’s specially engineered to protect you in case of a kickback.
WORX 15 Amp 18-inch Chainsaw - WG304.1
Technical Specifications
  • Rated Voltage
  • Power Input
    15 Amps
  • Chain Speed
  • Chain Pitch
  • Chain Links
  • Chain Gauge
    200 ml
    11.2 LBS
  • Warranty
    3 Years
You're Getting
  • (1) - 15 Amp Chainsaw
  • (1) - Lubrication oil
  • (1) - Blade Protection Cover
  • (1) - Chain
  • (1) - Chain Bar
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Frequently Asked Questions

Does this come with a battery?

No, this model does not include a battery. This is an electric tool.
15 Amp Electric 18" Chainsaw is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 179.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very powerful and quiet for the price point! I purchased the Worxx 18" chainsaw because it was a 15 amp tool, to enable my cutting of guided boards and slices from mid-sized logs. Its performace and features are not much short of amazing. One minor criticism is that the narrow (anti-kickback) bar's one drawback is that it is deflected by wood grain more easily than firmer, larger bars, and its tip tends to bend and wander on full-bar cuts, even when guided. The chain is very satisfactory; the chain tightening system is superb, and the little saw is quite powerful in performing what is demanded of it! Worth the money? Absolutely!
Date published: 2018-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from More product for the money This tool changed my thoughts about electric chain saw
Date published: 2018-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable I have two gas chainsaws. The last gas one I bought I used once. Bought it to replace the other chainsaw that would not start. There are ways to clean out a gas chain saw to get it started and I did that. The newest saw I had was is a homelite. Got it running but after about 4 cuts it stalled and never started again. I was waiting to get a battery operated Milwaukee which actually comes onto the market this month. But.... it is $400. Based on the adverts, the Milwaukee is at par with many of the gas models. I could not wait plus did not want to pay $400. I found this Worx model. Got it in two days and it was very affordable. This electric is absolutely fabulous. I put the saw through 10 times in total what I did with the two gas powered saws. It does not stop. It does go through chain oil pretty quickly but I am totally fine with that. But a gallon of chain oil instead of those smaller bottles at Home Depot. A few times I may have moved the saw the wrong way a bit and there was some binding which cause the chain to pop off but not break. The blade is still sharp and I tell you I went through a lot of downed trees. One tree was maybe 10 inches in diameter but very hard wood. Another tree was maybe 18 inches round and the saw tore it up almost like butter. It was so worth the expense for what I get out of such a saw.
Date published: 2018-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never had a chain saw before, plugged it in & started cutting down a small tree.
Date published: 2018-07-05
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What size file to sharpen a Worx wg304.1

Asked by: Bob78
Thank you for your inquiry. The file size is 5/32".
Answered by: WORX Customer Service
Date published: 2018-05-27

Considering that this is a 15 amp chainsaw , will it trip easily if its on a 15 amp breaker circuit? I am debating whether I should buy this based on that

Asked by: Rian19
I purchased mine @ 6 months ago, and have repeatedly used it and challenged it on a 15a breaker, and have not YET (fingers and eyes crossed) tripped it. Meaning: under normal working conditions, given a good cord, your saw usually won't pull a sustained 15 amps.
Answered by: Black Forest Artisan
Date published: 2018-07-17

I might want to pick up an extra bar for this chainsaw. What is the part number and link for that?

Asked by: elvisTastic

The Worx bar and chain oil that came with my new Worx 18" chainsaw was clear and seemed a bit thinner than the b&c oil that i use inmy gas chainsaw.  Is it synthetic? What do you recommend i should use? I can't find Worx b&c oil anywhere?

Asked by: Tugboat62
Use any chain saw oil you prefer. I ran this question past Worx technical support and got their blessing. From experience, thicker oil works fine.
Answered by: Slider1
Date published: 2018-05-08

Why does the chain disengages from the bar often? Something is causing the chain tension to relax and not stay tight. What can be done to keep the chain tension from relaxing? Very troublesome and time consuming.

Asked by: LDries

I have an 18" chainsaw that I can't get the chain tensioner knob to turn to change the blade. Are there any tricks to getting it to off to change the chainsaw blade?

Asked by: sweaty Tom
I usually (counterclockwise) rotate the large adjuster knob to loosen it (you might completely take the plastic chain cover off if it is full of lubricant and wood dust, and clean it up a bit). Make sure your bar and chain are aligned properly on the guide pins and reinstall the cover, tightening it down until it ratchets or stops-- should be good to go !
Answered by: Black Forest Artisan
Date published: 2018-07-17

Hi I just bought the WORX 18" electric chain saw. It already came assembled. I have checked, double checked manual, outlets are good, cord is brand new. Why won't it start. The kick back bar is up what am I doing wrong. Thank you

Asked by: Dee27
I had the same issue, but it was the kick back bar that needs to be pulled towards you. It is a bit stiff doing so, but you have to pull it pretty hard and then it gives. It took me about 15 minutes to figure that out.
Answered by: Mpar
Date published: 2018-06-08

will I still get the free shipping when the saw is back in stock?

Asked by: lankfordwarner
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