Last Updated on April 9, 2019 by woodcutter
The Oregon CS1500 is an electric chainsaw is convenient to use with its immediate start system just by pulling the trigger, low noise and easy maintenance. The best Oregon Chainsaw is the only product in the market that comes with a self sharpening system that allows you sharpen its teeth in between performance just by simply pulling the Powersharp lever.
The 15-amp chainsaw is ideal for yard work and can be used to fell medium sized trees but is perfect for light tasks. It starts instantly which means it would greatly relieve those of us who have had to struggle with the power cord of the gas chainsaw: putting it off and on requires pushing a switch. It has enough power to clean up, trim up and treat fire wood works.
The CS1500 Chainsaw allows for zero maintenance, thanks to the inbuilt Powersharp system. You would never have to stop in between a job to install a new sharp chain. You also do not have to struggle to put it on or off as is required in gas powered chainsaws, making it for older people to use. Its lightweight makes it easier to carry while using; at 12 pounds, it is lighter than gas and most electric chainsaws. Tool-less chain tension system located on the side of the saw enables convenient and easy chain adjustments.Even though the CS1500 is not as versatile as gas powered chainsaw, or as powerful as other more expensive electric chainsaws, what stands it out is the amount of convenience it offers buyers; it even has an automatic oiling system.
The machine comes with a 2 year consumer and one year professional warranty. The device which comes with a replaceable guide bar which is 45cm long has a sturdy structure which guarantees its longevity. The frame is strong enough to stand the harsh conditions of wood cutting.
The Oregon Self Sharpening chainsaw is designed so that it is has a reduced noise. With just the minimal sound of the rolling chain and the wood being cut,you can have a less disturbing wood cutting experience. It is generally a low noise machine that is also quiet in between cuts.
|15 amp / 120v|
|Bar Length||18″ (45cm)|
|Pitch||3/8″ Low Profile™|
|No Load Chain Speed||2887 fpm / 48 fps|
|Weight||12.6 lb (5.7 kg) with guide bar and saw chain attached|
|Chain Tensioning||Tool-less chain tensioning system|
|Oil System||Automatic oiler|
Features: Self-Sharpening chainsaw OREGON CS1500
Pros Self-Sharpening Chainsaw
- This saw is very sturdily built, and weighs about 13 lbs running the supplied 18″ bar
- Pretty handy Self-Sharpening
- Can cut up to 17″ rounds easily with good chip out
- Auto lubrication, keeping the chain a nice glistening, almost dripping, wet.
- Quiet operation (great for safety around a build) not to annoy the neighbors
- Easy to use (zero maintenance potential)
- Non-combustible (no fire dangers)
Cons Oregon CS1500 Powersharp
- Not as versatile as gas chainsaws
- Cannot do high end tree cutting.
- Could face terrible failure of the saw due to low lubrication to the chain
- Teeth are sharp only on top so blade drift cannot be corrected
15-amp Electric Motor
Starting the Oregon self-sharpening saw is highly convenient and would literally rid you of the stress that come with gas-chainsaws, because of the instant start 120V 15 amp motor. This makes the machine suitable for most women and older people.
Self sharpening System
The PowerSharp lets you enjoy consistent hours of wood chopping as you do not need to stop to change dull chains. It sharpens the teeth very quickly with an inbuilt sharpening stone.
Tool-Less Chain Tightening
On the right side of the chainsaw, a tool-less chain tensioning system, although some customers complain that it is a little stiff when covered in oil and sawdust, allows you adjust the chain around the guide bar till you gain desired tension.
The machine weighs approximately 13 pounds enabling carrying it for long working hours to be stress free and unproblematic.
The grip in the handle also compliments its light weight and makes it non stressful to cut wood. It also would enable easily work long hours without feeling overly uncomfortable.