The JawSaw: Re-Inventing A Saw Tool Safer Than a ChainSaw for Tree Branch Yard Cleanup

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Do You Have Tree Limbs To Cut Down But You're Afraid To Use A Chain Saw?

Picture this: You just had a bad windstorm outside today. Maybe it was a Hurricane or a Tornado and your yard is now a mess! There are tree branches everywhere and debris is strewn about.

How are you going to clean up this mess?

The JawSaw is the answer! For cutting tree branches up to 4" thick, the JawSaw is safer than a chainsaw! This is a great alternative for cleaning up the yard after a bad storm.

With a similar resemblance to the "Jaws of Life" used by Emergency Crews to extricate people from car accidents, the JawSaw quickly and easily cuts through up to 4" of tree branch.

Be sure to check out the video below to see the JawSaw in action! It's Made by Worx and Works fast, efficiently, and is impressive!

JawSaw Specifications

Voltage
Weight
Chain Speed
Cutting Capacity
Power Input
120V~60Hz
8.1 lbs
5.5 m/s
Up To 4"
5 Amps

Watch The JawSaw In Action!

JawSaw Benefits

  • Self-lubricating; no need to constantly oil the chain! Oil Level Indicator tells you when to add oil!
  • Optional Extension allows you to trim branches up to 12' High!
  • Safe: Because of the design of the Fully Enclosed Chain, you can cut without all the worries of a chain saw!
  • Light-Weight: The unit only weighs just over 8 lbs! Anyone can use the JawSaw!
  • Multiple Use: Can cut limbs out of tree or off the ground; chain will not touch ground because of guard design!

The JawSaw is the safest saw on the market for cleaning up downed tree branches after a storm. The JawSaw can also be used for regular tree pruning and with the 12' Extension, no job is too high! Recommended over a regular chainsaw while working on a ladder. So put away the heavy chainsaw, the dull hand saw and dull cutters and start using the powerful and safe JawSaw cutting system.

This would be a great Christmas gift or Father's Day gift for the men in your life. The cost is under $130.00 and you will enjoy the ease of use for years! The JawSaw Worx!

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picklesandrufus 4 years ago from Virginia Beach, Va

My friend has one of these. Even girls use it well!


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

picklesandrufus thanks for your testimony! This is a very powerful, yet light-weight (8 lbs) so anyone can use it! Thanks for your comment!

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randomcreative 4 years ago from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

I have never heard of this before but it looks like a great product!


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

randomcreative, this is becoming a very popular tool. It's not really that expensive for what it does. I think it is worth it! Thanks for stopping by!

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MsDora 4 years ago from The Caribbean

Voted USEFUL. Thanks for introducing and evaluating the product. Very helpful.


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hello MsDora! I appreciate the vote and the comment! I am glad that you found this a helpful product!

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WD Curry 111 4 years ago from Space Coast

This could come in handy next hurricane season here on the east coast of Florida. I lived in old grove house built by the German landlord of a small citrus operation. He left a shed full of antique tools. There was a bow saw with a weird blade that I used. It went through the green wood like butter.


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

WD Curry 111 this would be a great help after a hurricane! I live in the Northeast and we don't usually get it as bad as Florida, but the JawSaw would come in handy in either place! Thanks for the comment!

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fidencio1 4 years ago from Louisiana

Cool tool.


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

I agree fidencio1! This is a very useful and easy to use tool. Thanks for another comment!

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Maria Ramirez 4 years ago

Hello J.S. thanks a lot for your warm welcome. I hope to become an expert Hubber, do you have any tips for me? thanks again and have a great day.


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hello Maria!

Yes, I do have some tips for New Hubbers. I wrote an Article on How To Get Noticed On HubPages. It is a Guide for Getting Started on HubPages: http://hubpages.com/community/So-You-Want-To-Be-A-...

I am thankful for your comment. Thanks for stopping by!

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mljdgulley354 4 years ago

Thank you J.S. for this great review. My husband has expressed a want for the Jaw Saw. We live in Oregon in the midst of trees that all need pruning, Well maybe Christman


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hello again mljdgulley354! I am glad you liked this review. Make sure that when it is time to buy the JawSaw you stop by this Hub again! Thanks for stopping by!

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Daisy Mariposa 4 years ago from Orange County (Southern California)

J.S.Matthew,

Thanks for writing this extremely helpful article. We have some evergreen trees on our property, and our cordless electric chain saw is inadequate for the work we need to do following the Southern California wind storms. We'll have to investigate the JawSaw further.


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Hello Daisy Mariposa! I hope that if you do decide to get a JawSaw, you come back to this Hub! Thanks for stopping by an leaving a comment!

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Brett.Tesol 4 years ago from Somewhere in Asia

Looks like a great tool, much safer than waving a chainsaw around!


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J.S.Matthew 4 years ago from Massachusetts, USA Author

Thanks Brett! It is a lot safer than a chainsaw! I appreciate you stopping by!

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