I think many chainsaw owners will agree that getting a chainsaw for the first time is a life changing experience. There’s much satisfaction in chopping down pieces of wood with its howling blades. Now, you can’t use a big, heavy chainsaw for precise cutting. Believe me, I’ve tried many times without success.
Bosch has a solution for the smaller cuts called the NanoBlade, so you don’t have to use an awkward hand saw. It’s one of those tools you only know you’re missing once you’ve seen it for the first time!
Bosch EasyCut 12
The EasyCut 12 NanoBlade is a portable, tiny, freehand chainsaw made for smaller wood cutting jobs. The 4 millimeter blades look like adorable toy miniatures, but do just a good a job as their big brothers. Using this tiny chainsaw single-handedly, it allows you to cut down those thicker tree branches with minimal effort or cut down planks to length without needing a circular saw. Having one free hand, you can get to difficult to reach places or stabilize the thing you want to cut down much better than with a full-sized chainsaw.
The EasyCut 12 has minimal vibrations so your cuts remain straight. Unlike its bigger counterpart, there’s no oiling or tightening of the blade needed. The NanoBlades are also easily replaceable and will run on a rechargeable battery for about 2.5 hours.
- NanoBlade technology offers easy, vibration-free sawing
- Maintenance-free use of saw blades: no oiling, sharpening, or tensioning
- SDS enables quick and easy keyless saw blade changes
- Easy freehand sawing in wood, wood-based materials and plastics
- Cordless mobility offers freedom of movement; hanging loop for simple storage
Where can I get this tiny chainsaw?
The Bosch EasyCut 12 free-hand chainsaw is available worldwide. Buy one via the link below:
2 used from $69.09