Remington Branch Wizard Pro 10" Electric Pole Saw

US $93.92

Availability: In Stock

UPC: 084931842595

Brand Name: Remington

Product Model: 41AZ23PC983

Product Category: Other Outdoor Power Equipment

The Remington Branch Wizard Pro is a convenient two-in-one unit. Reach high branches with the pole saw, or remove the pole to use it as a conventional handheld chainsaw. The eight-amp motor is powerful enough to handle all of your trimming needs. A push-button oiler provides the right amount of oil when needed, and a ten-inch bar length makes it easy to tackle a variety of trimming and cutting jobs.
Electric pole saw
8 amps
Push-button oiler
Pole can be removed for use as a conventional chainsaw
10" bar
  • Multi Pack Indicator: No
  • Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
  • Model No.: 41AZ23PC983
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 13.0
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 9.25 x 8.438 x 39.75
  • Walmart No.: 550406217

what is the difference between Remington electric pole saw MODEL#41AZ23PC983 WALMART # 550406217 and


Answer : No difference, its the Remington, 10ft, 8 Amp pole saw.


Answer : Sorry, I stand corrected, it is the right picture, take a closer look, the handles are different and as I said in the other post, the cheaper one only has a 1 year warranty, the $90.24 has a 2 year, worth the extra couple of bucks for another year of warranty.


Answer : Also, the cheaper 89.00 unit is a model RM1015P ATTENTION: For that model, Walmart has the WRONG PICTURE, do a search of model RM1015P and you will see what it should look like.


Answer : The cheaper one only has a 1 year warranty, the 90.24 comes with 2 year.



What kind of oil does it use


Answer : chain saw requires 30wt oil, preferably chain saw oil.


Answer : Bar and chain oil only.


Answer : Uses standard auto oil (10W-30 etc...)



Does this convert easily from pole saw to hand saw?


Answer : yes


Answer : Yes. Remove on wing nut and you have the hand saw.


Answer : It takes 30 seconds to switch from pole saw to the hand saw. The first day it arrived I was a pro. Always make sure when switching to set the saw on a soft surface (grass) to protect the blade. Have fun, it is a great pole saw.



This is a great piece of equipment for a homeowner

I love it,,, I cut down the branch that was troubling me and took and separated the saw from the pole and cut up the other part of the branch,,my neighbor go,,,,can I have those wood blocks,,they would be right for my fireplace..........:-)


Great saw

My chain was too tight,, I had to loosen it just a little. If you can not pull the chain around the bar by hand its too tight. Be sure to put some gloves on and check yours before you use it. Just read the manual. This pole saw is great and has plenty of power. Its very easy to take the saw off the pole and put it back on, its also a very sturdy set up.


Works reasoably well but be careful

Delivery took a week plus. Handle comes in 2 pcs. Once assembling handle cannot separate. Saw is not for weaklings as when severing tree branchs you have to be careful that saw does not swing down and cut something else or get damaged. I regretted ordering after I saw in Sears hardware for same price.


got this home and up and running in a few minutes. had to cut off some large branches that had broken during a wind storm. Did exactly what I needed it to do. Easy to use, easy to adjust. great


Great little guy

I was working 4 hours cutting down two trees app.10" diameter. This saw is amazing. Without the pole is too light and little shaking.


Time saver

This pole saw will save time. It cuts through thick branches with ease. It's fairly hefty so it is not for the faint of heart, but that is also why it works so well. The 8 amp motor is very strong. Once the branches are cut you can buck them and cut down to size for disposal.


well worth the money

my dad and i have several pcs. of equimpent from auto repair tools to carpentry,lawn mowers,chain saws,weed eaters etc. this product was a very nice addition to our tool chest! you will be very surprised what you can do with this little guy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Worked great for awhile

Glad we bought the 2-year replacement warranty. This one lasted 14 months before the chain kept falling off, it looks like the pin that holds the chain in broke off. I only use this for our residence and we have 3 mature trees that we have cut twice in the time since we bought it. A little iffy on whether I'd recommend it, definitely get the warranty if you do, it's well worth it.\n\nWe don't have to return the saw, we were given a UPS label but still have to drive the label to a local UPS center in order to get our Walmart gift card emailed to us. We did have the option of getting a check refund but chose instead, to purchase another saw. Maybe even this one, WITH warranty.\n\nWalmart's customer service on the warranty call was quick & easy, not long at all to process. That alone I would recommend. We should get our gift card in 24-48 hours so we'll see and report back. Stay tuned...\n\nOverall, it's a really good pole saw, trimmed two different oaks & an ash quite well during the first year.


Good for price, but it's breakable plastic.

This is the third Remington I've owned. The first thing to break is the pole clamp-down on the handle. The plastic used to make the device is so thin it is guaranteed to break after modest use. I solved this problem by using a small vice grip pliers to hold the pole in position. The second, was the plate that holds the saw on the pole. I replaced this with one I made out of scrap sheet steel. The last thing to break was the coupler that holds the pole extensions together. I couldn't come up with an alternative fix so I bought another.\n\nThe pluses: It's a lot cheaper than those that are better made. It's a foot longer than it's similarly priced competitors. It's light weight in comparison to gas powered models. Plus, if you have near access to an electrical outlet, you don't have to worry with the gas engine not starting. I have used mine up to 250 feet from an outlet.


Pole Saw Very Nice But Can Wear Out

Over a 3 year period, I cut down two 40' trees, one 30' tree, and trimmed many others. My neighboors frequently borrowed it. Its easy to use. The oil bin always leaked, but no big deal. Eventually, it developed a short and won't work anymore. But, I worked it very hard. I'm going to buy a new one!


Very Good

I am a homeowner and this is perfect. Light and powerful. It will get a lot of limbs on the ground in a hurry. I have a small gas powered saw for cutting up the limbs once they are down. Don't expect commercial grade at this price but homeowner perfect. Don't forget eye protection and a hard hat.


Great value for the price.

I bought it cheaper at Walmart than I could find at Amazon.\nIt has a really sharp chain, and cuts like a hot knife through butter.\nThe extension works great. Overall, a real solid product. The chain oiler is manual, and you wonder sometimes whether you are getting oil on the chain. I highly recommend this pole saw.


Love it!

I live in San Jose which at one point in history was filled with orchards! I have an orange tree, and a n Apricot tree. They both need trimming and it used to be a hassle with the old method of a ladder and trimmers! This tool cut my time in half and no ladder was needed!


Great tool, but read reviews before you buy.

I read many online reviews before I made purchase, and this saw met all my expectations when it arrived. I read all instructions first, before assembling saw and using it for first time. My only issue, abet a small one, was that the lock washer provided for securing saw to handle isn't sized properly for use. Because of the size of the hole in the handle bracket, the too small lock washer tends to get crushed into the center of hole, making it difficult to remove later on. I replaced the lock washer with a small flat washer and new lock washer sized to fit threaded shaft, which solved problem. I have read several reviews that stated the saw wouldn't cut well, or took way too long to complete cuts. After trying saw, I can only surmise that in these instances, the chain/blade may have been accidently installed backwards. I checked for proper chain installation, and checked chain tension adjustment before first using it (in both cases, the initial adjustments were correct out of the box#. I cut several branches of 3-4" diameter, and in each case, the cut was done in seconds. One should be aware that while not overly heavy #IMHO), the saw, when fully extended, can be a bit awkward to handle. As the safety instructions indicate, I would not recommend using this saw from a ladder. I have been using gas powered saws for over 45 years, so I am very well versed in the do's and don'ts of chain saw cutting. My only complaint with the operating instructions would be the section indicating the method of cutting a branch so that it doesn't split when cut. This procedure only works if you are on the ground, cutting at waist height or lower. Making the first horizontal cut on the underside of a branch while holding the saw in a near vertical position is impossible. If you try, you will either jam the saw, or it will jump and could cause one to lose control of the saw. If you undercut the branch on the side, then try to cut through on the other side, the branch will twist, and still most likely splinter. One who is experienced with chain saw use, should know this procedure isn't a good idea with this type of saw. I worry that inexperienced saw operators might try this procedure, as described in the owners manual, and have an unexpected result.\n\nExcept for the two issues noted, I am very satisfied with the product and how it works.


Much better than expected!

The saw far outperformed my expectations. One problem though, the chain was installed backwards at the factory (cutting edge facing back) so if you buy one be sure to check this. Just a little monster of a saw!


Very Good

I am a homeowner and this is perfect. Light and powerful. It will get a lot of limbs on the ground in a hurry. I have a small gas powered saw for cutting up the limbs once they are down. Don't expect commercial grade at this price but homeowner perfect. Don't forget eye protection and a hard hat.


Great value for the price.

I bought it cheaper at Walmart than I could find at Amazon.\nIt has a really sharp chain, and cuts like a hot knife through butter.\nThe extension works great. Overall, a real solid product. The chain oiler is manual, and you wonder sometimes whether you are getting oil on the chain. I highly recommend this pole saw.


Love it!

I live in San Jose which at one point in history was filled with orchards! I have an orange tree, and a n Apricot tree. They both need trimming and it used to be a hassle with the old method of a ladder and trimmers! This tool cut my time in half and no ladder was needed!


Great tool, but read reviews before you buy.

I read many online reviews before I made purchase, and this saw met all my expectations when it arrived. I read all instructions first, before assembling saw and using it for first time. My only issue, abet a small one, was that the lock washer provided for securing saw to handle isn't sized properly for use. Because of the size of the hole in the handle bracket, the too small lock washer tends to get crushed into the center of hole, making it difficult to remove later on. I replaced the lock washer with a small flat washer and new lock washer sized to fit threaded shaft, which solved problem. I have read several reviews that stated the saw wouldn't cut well, or took way too long to complete cuts. After trying saw, I can only surmise that in these instances, the chain/blade may have been accidently installed backwards. I checked for proper chain installation, and checked chain tension adjustment before first using it (in both cases, the initial adjustments were correct out of the box#. I cut several branches of 3-4" diameter, and in each case, the cut was done in seconds. One should be aware that while not overly heavy #IMHO), the saw, when fully extended, can be a bit awkward to handle. As the safety instructions indicate, I would not recommend using this saw from a ladder. I have been using gas powered saws for over 45 years, so I am very well versed in the do's and don'ts of chain saw cutting. My only complaint with the operating instructions would be the section indicating the method of cutting a branch so that it doesn't split when cut. This procedure only works if you are on the ground, cutting at waist height or lower. Making the first horizontal cut on the underside of a branch while holding the saw in a near vertical position is impossible. If you try, you will either jam the saw, or it will jump and could cause one to lose control of the saw. If you undercut the branch on the side, then try to cut through on the other side, the branch will twist, and still most likely splinter. One who is experienced with chain saw use, should know this procedure isn't a good idea with this type of saw. I worry that inexperienced saw operators might try this procedure, as described in the owners manual, and have an unexpected result.\n\nExcept for the two issues noted, I am very satisfied with the product and how it works.


Much better than expected!

The saw far outperformed my expectations. One problem though, the chain was installed backwards at the factory (cutting edge facing back) so if you buy one be sure to check this. Just a little monster of a saw!


Good saw fore the money.

Good saw for light duty work. Keep the chain adjusted, oiled, and sharp and it works very well. I thought the pole should be longer. I was wrong. If it was longer I would not be strong enough to use it at full length. READ AND FOLLOW THE OPERATING MANUAL!


Pole Saw Very Nice But Can Wear Out

Over a 3 year period, I cut down two 40' trees, one 30' tree, and trimmed many others. My neighboors frequently borrowed it. Its easy to use. The oil bin always leaked, but no big deal. Eventually, it developed a short and won't work anymore. But, I worked it very hard. I'm going to buy a new one!


Good for price, but it's breakable plastic.

This is the third Remington I've owned. The first thing to break is the pole clamp-down on the handle. The plastic used to make the device is so thin it is guaranteed to break after modest use. I solved this problem by using a small vice grip pliers to hold the pole in position. The second, was the plate that holds the saw on the pole. I replaced this with one I made out of scrap sheet steel. The last thing to break was the coupler that holds the pole extensions together. I couldn't come up with an alternative fix so I bought another.\n\nThe pluses: It's a lot cheaper than those that are better made. It's a foot longer than it's similarly priced competitors. It's light weight in comparison to gas powered models. Plus, if you have near access to an electrical outlet, you don't have to worry with the gas engine not starting. I have used mine up to 250 feet from an outlet.


Worked great for awhile

Glad we bought the 2-year replacement warranty. This one lasted 14 months before the chain kept falling off, it looks like the pin that holds the chain in broke off. I only use this for our residence and we have 3 mature trees that we have cut twice in the time since we bought it. A little iffy on whether I'd recommend it, definitely get the warranty if you do, it's well worth it.\n\nWe don't have to return the saw, we were given a UPS label but still have to drive the label to a local UPS center in order to get our Walmart gift card emailed to us. We did have the option of getting a check refund but chose instead, to purchase another saw. Maybe even this one, WITH warranty.\n\nWalmart's customer service on the warranty call was quick & easy, not long at all to process. That alone I would recommend. We should get our gift card in 24-48 hours so we'll see and report back. Stay tuned...\n\nOverall, it's a really good pole saw, trimmed two different oaks & an ash quite well during the first year.


well worth the money

my dad and i have several pcs. of equimpent from auto repair tools to carpentry,lawn mowers,chain saws,weed eaters etc. this product was a very nice addition to our tool chest! you will be very surprised what you can do with this little guy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Time saver

This pole saw will save time. It cuts through thick branches with ease. It's fairly hefty so it is not for the faint of heart, but that is also why it works so well. The 8 amp motor is very strong. Once the branches are cut you can buck them and cut down to size for disposal.


Great little guy

I was working 4 hours cutting down two trees app.10" diameter. This saw is amazing. Without the pole is too light and little shaking.


got this home and up and running in a few minutes. had to cut off some large branches that had broken during a wind storm. Did exactly what I needed it to do. Easy to use, easy to adjust. great


Works reasoably well but be careful

Delivery took a week plus. Handle comes in 2 pcs. Once assembling handle cannot separate. Saw is not for weaklings as when severing tree branchs you have to be careful that saw does not swing down and cut something else or get damaged. I regretted ordering after I saw in Sears hardware for same price.


Great saw

My chain was too tight,, I had to loosen it just a little. If you can not pull the chain around the bar by hand its too tight. Be sure to put some gloves on and check yours before you use it. Just read the manual. This pole saw is great and has plenty of power. Its very easy to take the saw off the pole and put it back on, its also a very sturdy set up.


This is a great piece of equipment for a homeowner

I love it,,, I cut down the branch that was troubling me and took and separated the saw from the pole and cut up the other part of the branch,,my neighbor go,,,,can I have those wood blocks,,they would be right for my fireplace..........:-)


Great for small jobs

This is a great tool for small jobs around the yard. Saw cuts fast and easy whether on the pole or not. I cut some firewood that was almost 10" in diameter. Works real well on tree limbs up to 10' high and cuts with ease. It was a little awkward for me to trim limbs 12' -14' high because I just did not have the arm strength to hold it that high for very long, and it was more awkward when the pole was extended all the way out. Would probably work great for someone who is a little stronger than a 66 year old.


Works great.

Great for tree trimming for limbs two to seven inches. Hard to read the oil level through the window on the side. I had to remove the cap to keep checking the oil. Easy to use for a woman even when using at the full 15 foot extension.


Older model saw RM1015P shipped, outdated

Wal-Mart shipped last years model of saw RM1015P. This saw has been updated and replaced by the RM1015SPS which has better oiling and D shaped handle and better pole handling.\n\nWal-Mart as always, was fantastic in its customer return policy. Could not have asked for better services. Make sure you order the udpated version of this saw. Prior model had some annoying deficiencies that were corrected in the RM1015SPS model.\n\nHope this helps.


Good Product

Product is very good as it is. Lightweight and easy to use, unlike other chainsaw that I have made in other country [this one is made in USA], after just a few use the tension adjustment give way. Tried to look if I can repair the tension clamp, unfortunately its made of plastic and can't find where can I buy the part. I cut only a few six/eight inches branches of trees and now it's collecting dust. :(\n\nThis Remington chain saw is worth for the money. All I need to do is add the oil and ready to go. Chain tension is factory pre-set so no need to adjust for now; maybe to the future. Other good thing in this chain saw is, it can cut more than ten inches in diameter [all you need to do is turn yourself around the trunk of the tree and cut my fourteen-inch tree that lean toward my house]. Very good product.\n\nShipping date is in the time frame given. Shipping is free to the store I chose. With in five minutes of waiting, the associate got the chainsaw and I'm done.


Good saw fore the money.

Good saw for light duty work. Keep the chain adjusted, oiled, and sharp and it works very well. I thought the pole should be longer. I was wrong. If it was longer I would not be strong enough to use it at full length. READ AND FOLLOW THE OPERATING MANUAL!


Good Product

Product is very good as it is. Lightweight and easy to use, unlike other chainsaw that I have made in other country [this one is made in USA], after just a few use the tension adjustment give way. Tried to look if I can repair the tension clamp, unfortunately its made of plastic and can't find where can I buy the part. I cut only a few six/eight inches branches of trees and now it's collecting dust. :(\n\nThis Remington chain saw is worth for the money. All I need to do is add the oil and ready to go. Chain tension is factory pre-set so no need to adjust for now; maybe to the future. Other good thing in this chain saw is, it can cut more than ten inches in diameter [all you need to do is turn yourself around the trunk of the tree and cut my fourteen-inch tree that lean toward my house]. Very good product.\n\nShipping date is in the time frame given. Shipping is free to the store I chose. With in five minutes of waiting, the associate got the chainsaw and I'm done.


Older model saw RM1015P shipped, outdated

Wal-Mart shipped last years model of saw RM1015P. This saw has been updated and replaced by the RM1015SPS which has better oiling and D shaped handle and better pole handling.\n\nWal-Mart as always, was fantastic in its customer return policy. Could not have asked for better services. Make sure you order the udpated version of this saw. Prior model had some annoying deficiencies that were corrected in the RM1015SPS model.\n\nHope this helps.


Works great.

Great for tree trimming for limbs two to seven inches. Hard to read the oil level through the window on the side. I had to remove the cap to keep checking the oil. Easy to use for a woman even when using at the full 15 foot extension.


Great for small jobs

This is a great tool for small jobs around the yard. Saw cuts fast and easy whether on the pole or not. I cut some firewood that was almost 10" in diameter. Works real well on tree limbs up to 10' high and cuts with ease. It was a little awkward for me to trim limbs 12' -14' high because I just did not have the arm strength to hold it that high for very long, and it was more awkward when the pole was extended all the way out. Would probably work great for someone who is a little stronger than a 66 year old.


Pole Saw Very Nice But Can Wear Out

Over a 3 year period, I cut down two 40' trees, one 30' tree, and trimmed many others. My neighboors frequently borrowed it. Its easy to use. The oil bin always leaked, but no big deal. Eventually, it developed a short and won't work anymore. But, I worked it very hard. I'm going to buy a new one!


Good for price, but it's breakable plastic.

This is the third Remington I've owned. The first thing to break is the pole clamp-down on the handle. The plastic used to make the device is so thin it is guaranteed to break after modest use. I solved this problem by using a small vice grip pliers to hold the pole in position. The second, was the plate that holds the saw on the pole. I replaced this with one I made out of scrap sheet steel. The last thing to break was the coupler that holds the pole extensions together. I couldn't come up with an alternative fix so I bought another.\n\nThe pluses: It's a lot cheaper than those that are better made. It's a foot longer than it's similarly priced competitors. It's light weight in comparison to gas powered models. Plus, if you have near access to an electrical outlet, you don't have to worry with the gas engine not starting. I have used mine up to 250 feet from an outlet.


Worked great for awhile

Glad we bought the 2-year replacement warranty. This one lasted 14 months before the chain kept falling off, it looks like the pin that holds the chain in broke off. I only use this for our residence and we have 3 mature trees that we have cut twice in the time since we bought it. A little iffy on whether I'd recommend it, definitely get the warranty if you do, it's well worth it.\n\nWe don't have to return the saw, we were given a UPS label but still have to drive the label to a local UPS center in order to get our Walmart gift card emailed to us. We did have the option of getting a check refund but chose instead, to purchase another saw. Maybe even this one, WITH warranty.\n\nWalmart's customer service on the warranty call was quick & easy, not long at all to process. That alone I would recommend. We should get our gift card in 24-48 hours so we'll see and report back. Stay tuned...\n\nOverall, it's a really good pole saw, trimmed two different oaks & an ash quite well during the first year.


well worth the money

my dad and i have several pcs. of equimpent from auto repair tools to carpentry,lawn mowers,chain saws,weed eaters etc. this product was a very nice addition to our tool chest! you will be very surprised what you can do with this little guy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Time saver

This pole saw will save time. It cuts through thick branches with ease. It's fairly hefty so it is not for the faint of heart, but that is also why it works so well. The 8 amp motor is very strong. Once the branches are cut you can buck them and cut down to size for disposal.


Great little guy

I was working 4 hours cutting down two trees app.10" diameter. This saw is amazing. Without the pole is too light and little shaking.


got this home and up and running in a few minutes. had to cut off some large branches that had broken during a wind storm. Did exactly what I needed it to do. Easy to use, easy to adjust. great


Works reasoably well but be careful

Delivery took a week plus. Handle comes in 2 pcs. Once assembling handle cannot separate. Saw is not for weaklings as when severing tree branchs you have to be careful that saw does not swing down and cut something else or get damaged. I regretted ordering after I saw in Sears hardware for same price.


Great saw

My chain was too tight,, I had to loosen it just a little. If you can not pull the chain around the bar by hand its too tight. Be sure to put some gloves on and check yours before you use it. Just read the manual. This pole saw is great and has plenty of power. Its very easy to take the saw off the pole and put it back on, its also a very sturdy set up.


This is a great piece of equipment for a homeowner

I love it,,, I cut down the branch that was troubling me and took and separated the saw from the pole and cut up the other part of the branch,,my neighbor go,,,,can I have those wood blocks,,they would be right for my fireplace..........:-)


Great for small jobs

This is a great tool for small jobs around the yard. Saw cuts fast and easy whether on the pole or not. I cut some firewood that was almost 10" in diameter. Works real well on tree limbs up to 10' high and cuts with ease. It was a little awkward for me to trim limbs 12' -14' high because I just did not have the arm strength to hold it that high for very long, and it was more awkward when the pole was extended all the way out. Would probably work great for someone who is a little stronger than a 66 year old.


Works great.

Great for tree trimming for limbs two to seven inches. Hard to read the oil level through the window on the side. I had to remove the cap to keep checking the oil. Easy to use for a woman even when using at the full 15 foot extension.


Much better than expected!

The saw far outperformed my expectations. One problem though, the chain was installed backwards at the factory (cutting edge facing back) so if you buy one be sure to check this. Just a little monster of a saw!


Great tool, but read reviews before you buy.

I read many online reviews before I made purchase, and this saw met all my expectations when it arrived. I read all instructions first, before assembling saw and using it for first time. My only issue, abet a small one, was that the lock washer provided for securing saw to handle isn't sized properly for use. Because of the size of the hole in the handle bracket, the too small lock washer tends to get crushed into the center of hole, making it difficult to remove later on. I replaced the lock washer with a small flat washer and new lock washer sized to fit threaded shaft, which solved problem. I have read several reviews that stated the saw wouldn't cut well, or took way too long to complete cuts. After trying saw, I can only surmise that in these instances, the chain/blade may have been accidently installed backwards. I checked for proper chain installation, and checked chain tension adjustment before first using it (in both cases, the initial adjustments were correct out of the box#. I cut several branches of 3-4" diameter, and in each case, the cut was done in seconds. One should be aware that while not overly heavy #IMHO), the saw, when fully extended, can be a bit awkward to handle. As the safety instructions indicate, I would not recommend using this saw from a ladder. I have been using gas powered saws for over 45 years, so I am very well versed in the do's and don'ts of chain saw cutting. My only complaint with the operating instructions would be the section indicating the method of cutting a branch so that it doesn't split when cut. This procedure only works if you are on the ground, cutting at waist height or lower. Making the first horizontal cut on the underside of a branch while holding the saw in a near vertical position is impossible. If you try, you will either jam the saw, or it will jump and could cause one to lose control of the saw. If you undercut the branch on the side, then try to cut through on the other side, the branch will twist, and still most likely splinter. One who is experienced with chain saw use, should know this procedure isn't a good idea with this type of saw. I worry that inexperienced saw operators might try this procedure, as described in the owners manual, and have an unexpected result.\n\nExcept for the two issues noted, I am very satisfied with the product and how it works.


Love it!

I live in San Jose which at one point in history was filled with orchards! I have an orange tree, and a n Apricot tree. They both need trimming and it used to be a hassle with the old method of a ladder and trimmers! This tool cut my time in half and no ladder was needed!


Great value for the price.

I bought it cheaper at Walmart than I could find at Amazon.\nIt has a really sharp chain, and cuts like a hot knife through butter.\nThe extension works great. Overall, a real solid product. The chain oiler is manual, and you wonder sometimes whether you are getting oil on the chain. I highly recommend this pole saw.


Very Good

I am a homeowner and this is perfect. Light and powerful. It will get a lot of limbs on the ground in a hurry. I have a small gas powered saw for cutting up the limbs once they are down. Don't expect commercial grade at this price but homeowner perfect. Don't forget eye protection and a hard hat.


Older model saw RM1015P shipped, outdated

Wal-Mart shipped last years model of saw RM1015P. This saw has been updated and replaced by the RM1015SPS which has better oiling and D shaped handle and better pole handling.\n\nWal-Mart as always, was fantastic in its customer return policy. Could not have asked for better services. Make sure you order the udpated version of this saw. Prior model had some annoying deficiencies that were corrected in the RM1015SPS model.\n\nHope this helps.


Good Product

Product is very good as it is. Lightweight and easy to use, unlike other chainsaw that I have made in other country [this one is made in USA], after just a few use the tension adjustment give way. Tried to look if I can repair the tension clamp, unfortunately its made of plastic and can't find where can I buy the part. I cut only a few six/eight inches branches of trees and now it's collecting dust. :(\n\nThis Remington chain saw is worth for the money. All I need to do is add the oil and ready to go. Chain tension is factory pre-set so no need to adjust for now; maybe to the future. Other good thing in this chain saw is, it can cut more than ten inches in diameter [all you need to do is turn yourself around the trunk of the tree and cut my fourteen-inch tree that lean toward my house]. Very good product.\n\nShipping date is in the time frame given. Shipping is free to the store I chose. With in five minutes of waiting, the associate got the chainsaw and I'm done.


Good saw fore the money.

Good saw for light duty work. Keep the chain adjusted, oiled, and sharp and it works very well. I thought the pole should be longer. I was wrong. If it was longer I would not be strong enough to use it at full length. READ AND FOLLOW THE OPERATING MANUAL!


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