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Ultimate Survival Technologies SaberCut Chain Saw

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Model:
Sabercut Chain Saw
MSRP ($):
20.00

If you have been following my reviews you will notice I am big on things being lightweight and compact. After all who likes clutter and excess weight? This hand chainsaw brings none of those two to the table. This unit is very small, compact, and lightweight. This little tool eliminates those heavy axes or saws that you would otherwise have to carry with you.

Just simply remove from included pouch, place chain around tree and start pulling back and forth. Within a minute you will have a perfectly cut branch and you will have a nice cardio workout to boot LOL!! Nah its not that bad but you do have to do some work. Once in a while the chain may wedge in the cut but it is easily removable by pulling on the tree to release some pressure.

While the link has this for 20.00, do yourself a favor and search eBay. These can be had all day long for 8 to 10 bucks. Overall another great investment to add to your camping gear.

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(Updated: December 20, 2015)
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Ultimate Survival Technologies SaberCut Chain Saw

If you have been following my reviews you will notice I am big on things being lightweight and compact. After all who likes clutter and excess weight? This hand chainsaw brings none of those two to the table. This unit is very small, compact, and lightweight. This little tool eliminates those heavy axes or saws that you would otherwise have to carry with you.

Just simply remove from included pouch, place chain around tree and start pulling back and forth. Within a minute you will have a perfectly cut branch and you will have a nice cardio workout to boot LOL!! Nah its not that bad but you do have to do some work. Once in a while the chain may wedge in the cut but it is easily removable by pulling on the tree to release some pressure.

While the link has this for 20.00, do yourself a favor and search eBay. These can be had all day long for 8 to 10 bucks. Overall another great investment to add to your camping gear.

I had to buy another one of these when my buddy seen how well it operated. he immediately removed his axe and saw from his camping gear lol.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Small Ponds
Used:
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Small, Lightweight, Cuts fast, Sharp
Cons:
Can get wedged sometimes
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