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Bosch AKE 30 S Corded Electric Chainsaw

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Product Details

Product Information

This Bosch AKE 30 S corded electric chainsaw is ideal for sawing logs up to 30cm in diameter.

  • Chain speed - 9m/s
  • Power output - 1800 W
  • Guarantee - 2 years Guarantee against parts and labour

Features and Benefits

  • Optimum balance for working in any position
  • Has a dual brake system, a rapid rundown brake for normal operation and an electronic kick-back break with audible warning for increased safety

Technical Specifications

Chain speed9m/s
ModelAKE 30 S
Voltage240 V
Motor power (hp-kW)1800 W
Power output1800 W
Kick Back BrakeKick back brake
Cable length (m)3m
MaterialMetal & plastic
RestrictionsCustomers must be over 18
Safety cut outSafety cut out
Tank capacity0.135L
Weight (kg)3.9kg
Product code3165140536714

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3.66 / 5(3 reviews)

Great Chainsaw

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TedMcCaig - 10 months ago

Great small, lightweight chainsaw. Quality build, easy to use, does the job. Highly recommended. The 1 Star review is the only bad review on the entire internet.

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ykj - 1 year ago

I've had this chain saw for more years than I care to remember, I'm reviewing it now because the only other review slates it. It's had dozens of new chains and has taken down trees, shrubs and conifers, as well as sawing logs for an open fire. One of my best value for money purchases ever!

Waste of Money

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Pahtai - 2 years ago

My husband bought this for me a few weeks ago and it has turned out to be a load of rubbish. I've used it two or three times and it struggles to cut one inch logs let alone 30cm, and I have plenty of experience with chainsaws. It's as if the blade has not been sharpened. I found using a bow saw quicker.