Trade Tested high quality chainsaw sharpeners are the business. Our customers love them and they pay for themselves in no time.
Spare yourself the hassle of taking your chainsaw into the shop and keep your chain sharp with this tidy chainsaw sharpener. Not only will it increase the lifespan of your chainsaw, you'll also be able to hook up your mates by letting them use it too.
This bar mounted model easily attaches in seconds, without the need to remove the chain, so you can sharpen quickly with minimal interruption to your work. The high quality grinding wheel gives you fast, accurate cutting, making your chain razor sharp.
It can be run from either a 12V or 240V power source, so you can run it from the mains power in your garage or workshop, or from the battery in your vehicle when you’re at a work site.
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1 x 3.2mm disc installed
1 Year warranty
Multi-function - Operates with 12V or 240V Power.
Rated Voltage / Frequency: 12V DC and 240V AC
Output Power: 85W
No load Speed: 5500 RPM
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Good value for money.
about 1 year ago2016-06-30 07:11:48
Took a bit of working out how to put the thing together and how it might work but got there in the end and it seems to do a good job.
about 1 year ago2016-03-26 04:27:36
Works as described, does a pretty good job
seems ideal, BUT?
about 1 year ago2015-12-23 07:22:46
Have been unable to fully evaluate it as the instruction included were a poor photo copy and incomplete, some instructions referred details on missing pages. Only tested it on an old blade. Work pressure meant further evaluation has been delayed. There is a potential safety feature, the 12 volt DC output on the power supply uses the same connector as the 230 volt input on other similar looking power supplies. Any unsuspecting user could connect this to the 230 volt mains and destroy the sharpeners power supply and probally blow the house subcircuit fuse.