2 X 24V 14" Brushless Chainsaw w/ (2) 4.0 Ah USB Batteries

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2017902
48V (2 X 24V) BRUSHLESS 14" CHAINSAW W/ (2) 4.0 AH USB BATTERIESv is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5.
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2x24V - Two 24V batteries combine for 48-volts of pure power*

  • Includes two 4.0 Ah batteries and charger
  • Up to 150 cuts on 4x4 lumber with included batteries
  • Included 24V Battery powers over 100 Greenworks 24V tools
  • *requires two 24V batteries to operate
$239.99
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Product intro
The Greenworks 24V POWERALL™ lithium-ion platform powers over 100+ indoor & outdoor products, including lawn mowers, blowers, string trimmers, chainsaws, power tools and more! Our 24V lithium-ion battery provides 20% more power and 35% more run-time, and delivers fade-free power with no memory loss after charging. The outdoor power equipment is ideal for tackling yards up to 1/3 acre. The Greenworks 24V POWERALL platform comes with a 3 Year Limited Tool & Battery Warranty to protect your investment.
Key features
Two Greenworks 24V POWERALL™ batteries combine for 48V of exceptional – better than gas – power without leaving the 24V battery platform
Intelligent TRUBRUSHLESSTM Motor Technology. 2x More Torque. Provides More Power, Longer Runtimes, Quiet Operation, and Extended Motor Life
14" bar and chain (low kickback) with chain brake for added protection
High chain speed (0 – 3,940 FPM) provides quick and easy cuts to get your job done faster
Up to 150 cuts on 4x4 lumber with included batteries
Auto-oiler mechanism ensures the chain stays lubricated, and the oil level indicator window allows you to gauge oil usage
Pro style chain tensioning provides maximum bar retention to allow you to keep cutting longer before tensioning chain
Electric start – no gas or fumes, no carburetor, no spark plug, and no pull cord
Wrap-around handle is ergonomically designed for felling and limbing
USB port in battery charges all portable electronic devices, including phones and tablets
Compatible with Greenworks 24V Li-Ion system for fade-free power with no memory loss after charging and an assortment of tools to complete all your indoor and outdoor projects
Includes two 4.0 Ah batteries and charger
3 Year Limited Tool & Battery Warranty
Power:
Cordless
Voltage:
2x24V
Ideal For:
Up to ½ Acre
Brushless Motor:
Yes
Bar Length:
14 Inch
Chain Length:
14 Inch
Chain Pitch:
3/8 Inch
Chain Gauge:
.043 Inch
Chain Brake:
Electronic
Auto Oiler:
Yes
Oil Tank:
Translucent
Start Type:
Push Button
Chain Tensioning:
Manual
Telescoping Shaft:
No
Tool Warranty:
3 Years
Battery Warranty:
3 Years
Battery Capacity:
4.0 Ah
Battery Capacity (2nd):
4.0 Ah
  • (1) 24V 14" Brushless Cordless Chainsaw
  • (2) 24V 4.0 Ah USB Batteries
  • (2) Bar & Chain
  • (1) Dual-Port Battery Charger
  • (1) Blade Scabbard
  • (1) Owner's Manual

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Chainsaws & Pole Saws FAQS

What oil do I use with my chainsaw?

Our units use a standard bar and chain oil. You can purchase this from your local hardware store—no specific brand name is required.


Why is my chainsaw leaking oil?

All chainsaws will slowly “leak” oil in storage (mostly from it seeping off the chain). To prevent excessive leakage, store with as little oil left in the reservoir as possible, the chainsaws flat with a rag beneath them, and the pole saws upright with the motor head at the top. During first use, users should only fill the reservoir to roughly half full and check periodically to see if it needs to be refilled. Eventually, you will become accustomed to the amount of oil required for each job. This procedure will make it easier to store the unit as oil free as possible and reduce oil run off.


How large of a branch/log can I cut?

If you are looking to cut logs with one pass, the log needs to be about 2" smaller than the bar. However, there are many techniques to use a chainsaw for larger cuts.


What is the run time?

The run time of a chainsaw is measured in cuts per charge. The number of cuts per charge or “run time” that you receive would depend on the load acting on the saw (i.e., the thickness and type of wood being cut) as the chainsaw would use more battery power on tougher and thicker objects being cut.


How do I know if my chain is tensioned enough?

A correctly tensioned chain should only pull away from the bar enough to fit a dime (10¢) between the teeth and the bar. Chains should be tensioned before use. Check intermittently throughout each chore to make sure the chain is kept properly tensioned. ***DO NOT TENSION A CHAIN AFTER YOU HAVE FINSHED USING THE TOOL. HOT METAL EXPANDS. IF THE CHAIN IS TENSIONED WHEN HOT, THEN ALLOWED TO COOL, THE CONTRACTING METAL COULD POTENTIALLY DAMAGE THE CHAIN, THE BAR AND EVEN THE UNIT. WAIT UNTIL THE NEXT USE (OR AT LEAST UNTIL COOLED) BEFORE TENSIONING***


Can I use another brand of chain?

Yes. However, it must match the specifications of the original chain (gauge, pitch, and drive links). These specifications my be found inside your owner’s manual.


What file size do I use to sharpen the chain?

Our chains may be sharpened using a 5/32” round file.


Why isn’t my chain cutting?

If the wood is burning and/or smoking, this indicates that the chain is on backwards. Another reason could be that the chain is dull and needs to be sharpened or replaced. Replace the chain if: • The length of the cutting edges is less than 5 mm. • There is too much space between the drive links and the rivets. • The cut speed is slow • Sharpening the chain many times does not increase the cutting speed—this means the chain is worn.


Why does my chain keep falling off?

Chainsaw chains can come off due to multiple reasons such as worn-down bars, worn-down sprockets, and wrongly set chain tension. Please check the chain tension and condition of all parts prior to using. If anything is worn or damaged, replace the parts before using again. Replace the bar if: • the groove is not fit with the height of the drive links (which must never touch the bottom). • the inside of the guide bar is worn and causes the chain lean to one side.


Why isn’t my chainsaw turning on?

For chainsaws with an active chain brake, please ensure that it has not been accidentally engaged. If it has, simply pull it towards you and try starting the saw again. If the saw still won't start or your saw doesn't have an active chain brake, please make sure that the battery is fully charged and has been properly engaged in the saw prior to starting.


What is a pole saw?

Pole saws are basically stretched chainsaws with the controls and the motor head separated by a long pole. They tend to have shorter bars and chains than full size chainsaws and are primarily used for pruning and light lopping. Users should take basic, common safety precautions and follow proper operating procedure when using the units to avoid injury.


How should I hold my pole saw?

Always hold the unit firmly with both hands. Keep your left hand on the pole shaft and your right hand on the rear handle, so your body is to the left of the chain line. Never use a left-handed (cross-handed) grip, or any stance that places your body or arm across the chain line. Ensure that you maintain a proper grip on the unit whenever the motor is running. For best balance when using a pole saw, do not overreach. Always keep proper footing and balance. Practicing proper footing and balance ensures that you'll have the best control of the tool in unexpected situations. For further details, refer to your owner’s manual.


What safety precautions should be taken?

Only use pole saws for their intended purpose. Pole saws are great for pruning and trimming hard-to-reach branches. Think about where the branch being cut may fall—do not stand under the branch being cut. Try to keep the tree between yourself and the branch being trimmed (as a kind of shield from falling debris). Keep bystanders at least 50’ from the tree being worked-on. Always take your time. Start by removing long, heavy branches in stages, cutting off small sections to reduce the impact of any falling debris. Cut lower branches first so debris can fall more easily and not get stuck, causing a future hazard.


How thick of a branch can I cut?

Pole saws are typically used on branches less than 6” in diameter.


Can the pole saw be used for hedges?

Though the pole saw is capable of trimming hedges, a pole hedger would be more appropriate for the job and would leave a cleaner look.


Can you remove the poles and use this as a chainsaw?

No. This unit cannot be converted between a pole saw and chainsaw. However, some models allow you to remove the middle extension pole to shorten the unit by a few feet.


I know the handle cannot be removed, but can the pole saw be used on items near the ground?

Though not advised, this depends on the user's ability to maintain control at an awkward angle. The pole hedger trimmer is ideal for high level and hard to reach branches—it's not ergonomically suited for low cutting and extreme caution should be taken.


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light and powerful Feels lighter and just as powerful as a similar sized gas model. No more mixing gas!
Date published: 2021-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A PLEASURE TOOL! First time owner and very impressed with how well it is balanced and adequate power to clear driveway and sidewalks on single charge.
Date published: 2021-08-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from buyer beware This chainsaw worked for less than a day. The chain developed a kink and would not rotate around the bar. Customer service was very difficult. I could only have my item picked up from FedEx but was not granted a return label. Very frustrating experience.
Date published: 2022-01-31
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Light and powerful Feels lighter and just as powerful as a similar sized gas model. No more mixing gas!
Date published: 2021-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A PLEASURE TOOL! First time owner and very impressed with how well it is balanced and adequate power to clear driveway and sidewalks on single charge.
Date published: 2021-08-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from buyer beware This chainsaw worked for less than a day. The chain developed a kink and would not rotate around the bar. Customer service was very difficult. I could only have my item picked up from FedEx but was not granted a return label. Very frustrating experience.
Date published: 2022-01-31
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I have 3 green works products and love them all. I am interested in purchasing a mower. Can you tell me what mower will work with the same batteries for my chainsaw model 2017902?

Asked by: JStewart4u
Hello Thank you for choosing Greenworks! Here is the compatible lawnmowers for this battery platform: https://www.greenworkstools.com/shop-by-voltage/24v/24v-lawn-mowers
Answered by: Greenworks Customer Care
Date published: 2022-04-29

it's lists chain speed @ 0-3940 fpm., variable speed?

Asked by: dl849
Hello dl849, No load speed 20 m/s.
Answered by: Greenworks Customer Care
Date published: 2022-04-28

I'm comparing the 80v 18in cordless chainsaw. 80v has 2Ah and 24v has a combined total of 8Ah (as I understand stand it). Do I understand that this saw has more torque (because of the higher Ah) but will not last as long (because of the lower volatage)?

Asked by: cowtipper16
Hello cowtipper16, Thank you for your inquiry! The ampere-hour (Ah) rating, simply relates to the run time that the batteries can provide. The higher the Ah rating is, the more run time the battery has to offer. Our 48V (2x24V) units use both 24V batteries at once to put out 48V power; that said, you are essentially using receiving the run time of one 4.0Ah battery. Voltage relates to power. The more power a unit has, the more torque it can produce. The 80V saw would be more ideal for larger jobs while this saw is better suited for light to medium duty residential yard work. We hope this information helps!
Answered by: Greenworks Support
Date published: 2021-12-08

Does the 2017902 chainsaw come with 2 bars and 2 chains?

Asked by: Monday
Hello Monday, One bar and one chain are included.
Answered by: Greenworks Support
Date published: 2021-11-02

Nope, I'm not gonna ask how many batteries or the voltage, etc. I read the description and hopefully I didn't over look this. I have 5 tools and 6 batteries from this series. Is this saw (48V (2 X 24V)) available for purchase as "tool only"?

Asked by: highpkts
Hello highpkts, Thank you for your question! Currently, we only have a "tool only" version in a 10" 24V chainsaw. This 10" model can be viewed HERE: https://www.greenworkstools.com/24v-cordless-10-inch-chainsaw-2000102 A "tool only" version of the 14" 24V chainsaw availability could always change in the future. Please feel welcome to follow us on social media for updates on new units, promotions, and more! https://www.instagram.com/greenworkstools https://twitter.com/GreenworksTools https://www.facebook.com/greenworkstools
Answered by: Greenworks Customer Care
Date published: 2021-09-29

What is the power consumption of the battery charger? I am wondering if my 12VDC to 120 VAC, 400 W power inverter in my truck would be adequate to operate the charger.

Asked by: David V
Hello David V, This charger would require a pure sine wave inverter, minimum 480W (120V x 4A).
Answered by: Greenworks Support
Date published: 2021-08-30

Is the chainsaw. Heavier than a gas saw of equal power 

Asked by: Rick 72
Hello, Typically, electric power tools are much lighter. This saw weighs 8.15 lbs without the batteries, the batteries being installed would add approximately 2 lbs.
Answered by: Greenworks Support
Date published: 2021-05-26

Are the batteries rated 4.0AH each or 2.0 each combined for 4.0AH

Asked by: Jack03
Batteries are rated 4.0Ah What's included: (1) 24V Brushless 14" Chainsaw (2) 24V 4.0 Ah USB Batteries (1) Dual-Port Battery Charger (1) Blade Sheath (1) Owner's Manual
Answered by: Greenworks Customer Care
Date published: 2021-11-04
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