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Gas-Powered Pole Saw

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The Gas-Powered Pole Saw is designed for users with leg impairments cut high tree limbs from the safety of the ground with a gas-powered Pole Saw. Arthritis, amputation, paralysis, poor balance and other physical limitations keep workers from climbing ladders. The Pole Saw can reach 6-feet high and cut limbs 8-inches in diameter. The weight of the motor is at the lower end of the handle, so there is less weight at the cutting bar. Features include: powerful 25 cubic meter 2-cycle engine with quick start technology, 8 feet 4 inches L pole saw gives a total reach up to 14 feet depending on operator height, 28 inches pole segment can be removed to use in a 6 feet L configuration and split boom design lets you use the pole with a variety of lawn tools. 

Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a Gas-powered Pole Saw: Ankle Pain, Balance / Core Stability, Cerebral Palsy (CP), Diabetes/Diabetic Neuropathy, Foot Pain, Total Hip Replacement, Total Knee Replacement, Leg Amputation, Lower Extremity Impairments, Mobility Impairment, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Muscular Dystrophy, Paraplegia, Prosthetic Limb, Spinal Cord Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Vertigo, Degenerative Joint Disease.

Technical Specifications: 

Weight: 17.8 pounds.

Common usage: Pruning, cutting and trimming.

Displacement: 25 cubic centimeter.

Operating Height: 14 feet.

Chain length: 8 inches. 

Bar length: 8 inches.

Shaft length: 100 inches.

Shaft type: Straight.

Cutting thickness: 4 inches. 

Included: 1 pole saw power head, 1 extension boom, 1 bottle of 2 cycle oil, and 1 storage hanger.

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Price: 
199.99
as of: 
08/22/2016
Gas-Powered Pole Saw

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Disability Work Tools
Disability Work Tools he mission of Disability Work Tools (DWT) is to make adaptive tools readily available so people can independently perform hands-on tasks in spite of injury, aging or disabling condition. We motivate active people to be productive by using tools that improve efficiency and minimize physical pain. We challenge people to use foresight, selecting the best tools for the job, so they can work longer and feel better.
Address: 
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
888-354-3289

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Disability Work Tools
Disability Work Tools he mission of Disability Work Tools (DWT) is to make adaptive tools readily available so people can independently perform hands-on tasks in spite of injury, aging or disabling condition. We motivate active people to be productive by using tools that improve efficiency and minimize physical pain. We challenge people to use foresight, selecting the best tools for the job, so they can work longer and feel better.
Address: 
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
888-354-3289