Sun Joe SWJ803E-CMO 10 in. 8 amp Electric Pole Chain Saw Camo
The Sun Joe Two-in-One Convertible Electric Pole Chain Saw helps you tackle tricky yard work. It features a telescoping pole that extends up to 14 ft., so you don’t even need a ladder. You can also cut tree limbs that are up to 9.5 in. thick with the hand-held saw option. Once you trim down the limbs, this makes it simple to cut them into manageable sizes thanks to the 8 amp motor and 10 in. Oregon bar and chain. This handy tool is electric for no fumes or need for gas and it’s safe with a built-in safety switch.
- Ideal for cutting overhanging limbs and thin logs
Telescoping pole extends to 7.2 ft. providing up to 14 ft. of overhead reach
- Multi-angle head adjusts from 0 to 30 degrees
Powerful 8 amp motor cuts branches up to 9.5 in. thick
- 10 in. Oregon cutting bar and chain with automatic lubrication
- Lightweight at just 7.9 lbs.
- No need to deal with smoke, fumes, unpredictable starters or costly tune-ups
- Questions? Text 469503 to chat directly with a Sun Joe expert
Tough little saw! I recently purchased the SWJ803E-CMO 10″ 8.0 Amp Pole Chain Saw. Being a retired Fire Captain, I was a little hesitant on the ability of this pole saw. I have already used my saw twice, on two different types of trees for extended periods of time on both trees. One was a Canary Island Palm tree, and the second is the Maple tree in the added pictures. The Sun Joe cut right through both trees like butter. The maple tree branch was a good 10″ plus, and the Sun Joe had no problem cutting through it! Love the saw, however, be mindful of two things: First thing, the oil reservoir will consume approximately 0.15 fl oz (4ml) of oil in one minute (and they mean it)! I had to refill the oil reservoir two times during the cutting of the Maple tree, and once during the cutting of the Palm tree. Periodically, through the usage just keep on eye on the oil reservoir, and top it off when it drops to the 1/4 mark on the tank. The second thing, after finishing the Maple tree, servicing the saw, i.e., cleaning out the chain/sprocket cover, etc. I noticed the chain tensioner screw was gone! Somehow, the screw backed itself out of the pin, holding the cutting bar. The good news was the chain tension stayed in place! The bad news was it gave me no indication that the chain tensioner screw had come loose and fell out. Resulting in me not being able to find the screw in all of the debris. I called customer service, and they are sending me a 3 pack of screw tensioners. I asked if this was a common problem, and she said no. However, I happened to read “PJohn’s” review from a year ago, and he had the same problem with the screw backing out and losing it. It would be nice if the saw had a cap to cover over the chain tensioner screw, to mitigate this kind of problem. The Sun Joe is a solid pole saw though, and I would buy another one, and would absolutely recommend it to anyone!