VIOLEWORKS 88VF is a small cordless chain saw in one hand
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Better value: Violeworks 88VF is a 4-inch cordless chainsaw, we tested it and it can do it all

comments (5)
  1. Luboš Kobes writes:

    After several cuts, the connection between the sprocket and the chain drive shaft was distinguished, it is only pressed with an overlap. "Fixed" with a welder and lathe, otherwise it's a throw-in. One of the batteries left after a few uses, after charging one cell at zero, the remaining overcharged to about 5.5V, dangerous. Articles are not balanced! Bought still with batteries incompatible with Makita, a problem to get a replacement. It must be cut very lightly, otherwise the undervoltage protection will disconnect the battery. The saw is very handy, but…

  2. B. Štěpánek writes:

    Wasted money, after 15 min. operation, the saw has stopped and the battery cannot be recharged. It doesn't matter if I'm recharging for an hour or five. It's a shop.

  3. Petr Prokeš writes:

    I also ran. With the Nakita saw, I cut twigs about the size of a finger and after 7 cuts the engine started smoking and the cutting was over, and it cost 1790 CZK. I sent the saw for a complaint, they wrote that it was overloaded and they didn't acknowledge it, that's what a friend of the Ogroup department said, so I'll take it to court, this is how to rob people. I will never buy anything at a discount again. The defect was in the product.

  4. Ivo writes:

    Hello. I will also join.. the saw is sikovna, but both batteries are dead after half a year.. maybe charged 5 times. Don't know where to find a spare battery? Makita is expensive..

  5. giorgio writes:

    credevo durassero quanto declarato 15-25 minuti dopo tagli di ramoscelli 3 cm lavorato 10 minuti compreso pause inoltre una batteria arrivata guasta sto litigando per sostituzione batterie vi faro' sapere come va a finire

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