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Rope Chainsaw

Sku: gp-15016
$49.99

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Workers with leg impairments cut high tree limbs from the safety of the ground with a Rope Chainsaw.

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  • Toss it over your tree branch.

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Workers with leg impairments cut high tree limbs from the safety of the ground with a Rope Chainsaw. Arthritis, amputation, paralysis, poor balance and other physical limitations keep workers from climbing ladders. The rope chainsaw is tossed over a tree limb so that the worker can pull both ends of the rope with his hands. The chainsaw is centered over the limb, then worked back and forth by alternately pulling on either end of the rope.

 

Groundskeepers

Homeowners

Fruit Growers

Landscapers

 

Workers with common conditions such as these would benefit from a Rope Chainsaw:  Ankle Pain, Balance / Core Stability, Bariatric, Cerebral Palsy (CP), Diabetes/Diabetic Neuropathy, Foot Pain, Hip Pain, Total Hip Replacement, Knee Pain, Total Knee Replacement, Leg Amputation, Lower Extremity Impairments, Mobility Impairment, Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Muscular Dystrophy, Paraplegia, Spinal Cord Injury, Vertigo, Osteoarthritis (weight bearing joints).

Additional Information

 

No more balancing acts! No more expensive tree service bills! Just toss this Rope Saw's safety weight over the hard-to-reach branch you want to cut, then pull the 25ft. polypropylene ropes to cut with the two-way action cutting blade. Carbon steel blades can be sharpened. U.S.A.

 

  •  Trim hard-to-reach branches from the ground
  • 48in. chain has two-way cutting action
  • Quickly cuts branches up to 16in. in diameter
Chain Length (in.)
48
Rope Length (ft.)
25 x 2
Cutting Thickness (in.)
8
Blade Material
Carbon steel
 
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