Now a days gas powered equipment is typically not such a wanted commodity anymore. For some years now a lot of consumers and companies have gone over to the less polluting electric products. We understand that the environment is something that we all have to pitch in to take care of. It seem then that cutting and pruning your lawn with a gas powered tool is not only outdated, but illogical. However, gas powered tools for the most part can still achieve an amount of power and stability that electric products only dream of.
Besides the amount of substances like ethanol being put into gasoline these days helps it be way less contaminating! With that in mind for all of you power crazed landscaping enthusiasts we bring the top 5 best gas powered pole saws let’s get started!
#5 ECHO 12 in. 25.4cc Gas Engine Telescoping In-Line Handle Pole Pruner (Long and very effective)
Works great! The price tag though is just out of this world!
#4 Poulan Pro 952711924 8-Inch 12-Foot Gas Telescoping Pole Saw (Simple and Steady)
It works fine, but we would have loved a couple more features to make it interesting.
#3 Remington RM25PS Maverick 25cc 2-Cycle 8-Inch Gas Pole Saw (Cost Effective Performance)
It has a longer chainsaw than most on the list, and works just as well at a very decent price!
#2 Poulan Pro 967089701 25cc 2 Stroke Gas Powered Straight Shaft Pole Saw/Trimmer Combo (Performance Plus Versatility)
What we wanted from the little brother, more features, is what we got with this pole saw!
#1 Maxtra Gas Pole Saw / Chainsaw (Adjustable, Comfortable, Powerful)
Overall our favorite tool on the list. It is just simply a tool that will allow you to work under tough and challenging circumstances with ease.
We can understand if you slightly disagree with some of our choices, but keep in mind we make the list based on our experiences with the products. Even here we had a tough time deliberating which ones to put on the list. We would love to hear what you have to say! What do you think about the list? Which others saws would you include? We might take your suggestions and add more reviews from the saws you like!