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I'm invested in both 40V and 60V platforms. Is there a difference between the two battery chainsaws? I know they operate at different voltages (duh), but voltage doesn't equate to power; watts do. Are there subtle differences between the two units that are not advertised? https://www.dewalt.com/products/power-tools/outdoor-power-equipment/40v-max-xr-16-cordless-chainsaw-bare/dccs690b https://www.dewalt.com/products/power-tools/outdoor-power-equipment/flexvolt-60v-max-cordless-chainsaw-tool-only/dccs670b
hello all, yes i resgistered here in search of chainsaw chat, especially for the Milwaukee new M18 im considering purchasing it but have a challenge in doing so as a tourist in NYC in August. 1. the shipped battery at 216 wH is too high energy to be taken back either as permissable cabin or luggage hold air transport - it has to be Dangerous goods certified shipping: a BIG cost+hassle 2. I cannot seem to purchase the saw in USA without the M18 battery - itself selling at 199USD as a standalone item 3. I cannot advertise to sell a brand new M18 battery here (as i am a newbie) 4. yes, the item is available in europe at a price differential of +250USD to USA price. 5. maybe i can find a USA tool retailer willing to sell me it without the battery or take it back? - any ideas in the NYC area? 6. maybe i should just forget it.... and get a Makita 18v chainsaw in Europe instead. have a splendid day.
Just wondering(not planing on buying one any time soon) How does the makita 18v (the one that takes two batteries) chainsaw compare to a "mid-range" stihl chainsaw. it would only be used a few times a year, and my Dad already has the the makita 18v line