When you need to trim and prune up high, Worx has two cordless pole saws.
- One is similar to the 10” cordless chainsaw (WG323) with an added easy-to-use extension pole, allowing you to perform cuts at a maximum reach of 12 feet.
- Our smaller 8” pole saw (WG349) has an adjustable telescopic pole with a maximum reach of 13 feet. For better control, the rear handle can rotate 180° degrees, and the blade can be adjusted between 0°, 15°, and 30° angles as desired.
Both pruning saws are 20V and operate on the Power Share Platform, which means the battery can be used with all your other Worx Power Share tools.
The Worx JawSaw Chainsaw (WG320), weighing in at only 7.9 pounds, is the safest chainsaw on the market. It can easily handle cutting through wood up to four inches in diameter, and the blade housing allows for safe cuts directly on the ground.
The blade of the JawSaw is completely enclosed and stays tucked inside the jaws, only descending to make a cut when the jaws are firmly placed around a branch or tree trunk. The rear and side handle give you a sturdy two-handed grip for easy, safe operation. Not to mention the JawSaw is part of the Power Share lineup, which means you can share the 20V battery with your other 20V and 40V Worx garden tools.
Finally, there’s our handy 5” cordless pruning saw (WG324) for taking care of the smaller pruning, trimming, delimbing, and bucking tasks you need to tackle on a regular basis. It features an offset bar and chain for improved line-of-sight, an onboard tool for fast, easy chain tensioning, a retractable bar and chain guard for enhanced under-cutting capabilities, and a guarded handle design for added safety and security. This 20V pruning saw is part of the Power Share lineup so you can share batteries with your other Worx Power Share tools to save time and money.