Sawhorse with Chain Saw Holder
Sawhorse with Chain Saw Holder
This is just what I was looking for, No more bending over to pickup the saw.
Was very easy to assemble and have used it every week so far.
Just might have to get a second one for both cutting locations.
June 24, 2014
Saw Horse 2
The saw horse looks good and when I put it together it will work fine, but some ingenuity is required. The instructions need some help and the assembler needs to be very adaptable
May 3, 2014
Not easy to build
If you are looking for useful assembly instructions buy something else. The instructions that come in the box are a complete joke and there are plenty of pieces to figure out.
April 12, 2014
Price was right compared to most, held up well, saved on the back and on someone holding the smaller logs while you cut. overall it is a decent product and I wish I had it 20 years ago.
February 4, 2014
Well engineered but lacks any kind of assembly instruction. Tried a small electric chain saw with a 10" blade - No way that will work, Needs at least a "14" blade. Just ordered a 16" electric so that should solve that problem. Folds up well and is light enough to hang on a wall for storage. Really needs adjustable length legs for both height adjustment and uneven ground. Very good overall but if your'e not able to figure out where things go with only a partial diagram don't buy this product.
December 24, 2012
Works as Described
I used the Sawhorse to cut 2-inch slices for a country wedding. The largest diameter I could cut with my 20" chiansaw was a14 inches. Assembly instructions were average, but this is par for the course for anything you assembly anymore.
October 8, 2012
Needs a smaller gap, otherwise OK
This thing works well. It begs for an electric chain saw (I bought a Worx w/ a 16" bar). The gap at the apex of the vee should be smaller. Small wood tends to fall thru.
September 16, 2012
Great if you are vertically challenged...
This product is a great idea, but in practice it is waaaaaaay too short. Might work ok if you are around 5' tall, I'm 6'-3" and there's no way I can comfortably use this. It is well below my waist, so if I'm going to bend over that much there is no point. Telescopic adjustable legs would be an easy design change, and could make it take up less space in storage. The current design is a complete FAIL in my eyes.
May 24, 2012
Wel-Bilt Sawhorse with Chain Saw Holder
OVERALL GOOD PRODUCT SAW HORSE PART IS A LITTLE WEAK BUT SAVES TIME AND MAKES ALL CUTS THE SAME AND THAT’S ALL THAT MATTERS WHEN STACKING WOOD LOL
May 7, 2012
Saves the back and chain big time
Have tried a variety of ways to deal with the smaller branches when cutting firewood. Really like the gauge feature. Also keeps the chain out of the dirt. Only improvement I made was to drill two small holes in my chain saw bar for the clamp to grip better. It had a tendency to slip and allow the chain to contact the guard. It is light (makes it easy to carry through the woods) but I use this exclusively for the branches that don't need to be split. Anything larger could be an issue.
January 10, 2012