Tool Review: Milwaukee Chainsaw

This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.

Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that one day I would be using a chainsaw. Ha, all I can say is, it was  a lot of fun and easier to use than what I thought!
Last weekend I had a blast using the Milwaukee M18 FUEL 16 in. Chainsaw. A cordless, brushless and powerful tool that went through this tree trunk like butter!

Here's a little video
where you can see it in action:

MILWAUKEE

M18 FUEL 16 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Battery Brushless Cordless Chainsaw

Just the same way as I've been scared about using a table saw, I was a bit hesitant about using this Milwaukee chainsaw. I asked my BIL, a pro in this type of business, to give me a helping hand with it.
First thing, we filled its empty oil tank.
Power Care Bar and Chain Oil

Milwaukee M18 18-Volt Lithium-Ion High Demand Battery Pack 9.0Ah

And we let it run for a minute or so, until the chain got oiled. You can see little oil drips while running it.
Oil and a full battery pack was all the prep work! All ready for lots of cuts. 
My BIL did the honors doing a couple cuts. 
But hey, I couldn't wait too long! :D  I already had a project in my mind. ;)  Notice the thin slices I was cutting.


Haha that's a happy face while carrying the precious load!!
And here, you can see how I used the tree slices for a rustic centerpiece on my table.
rustic table decor - wedding centerpiece with fairy lights inside cloche #thdprospective

Cloches and wood slices centerpiece  #thdprospective
 Here again, holding simple flower bouquets for an Easter table.  A wide range of possibilities!
Mason jars with white hydrangeas for Easter table #thdprospective

MILWAUKEE

M18 FUEL 16 in. 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Battery Brushless Cordless Chainsaw 

  • The Milwaukee M18 FUEL 16 in. Chainsaw delivers the power to cut hardwoods, cuts faster than gas, and delivers up to 150 cuts per charge. 
  • Powerstate brushless motor: purposely built for the M18 FUEL 16 in. chainsaw to generate the power and performance of a gas engine up to 40 cc.
  • RedLink Plus intelligence: ensures optimal performance and provides overload protection to prevent damage to the tool and battery during heavy applications while still maintaining compatibility across the entire M18 system.
  • Compatible with all M18 Redlithium battery packs, optimized for use with the M18 Redlithium High Output HD12.0 battery pack.
  • 16 in. Oregon bar and chain
  • Variable Speed trigger for full control
  • Dual-stud for improved bar and chain retention
  • Automatic oiler for proper chain lubrication and increased productivity.
  • Onboard storage for scrench
  • Compatible with 150 plus M18 tools
  • Includes: 1 M18 FUEL in. chainsaw, one 16 in. Oregon bar and chain, 1 scrench
Cristina Garay Cutting tree trunk with Milwaukee chainsaw


The Milwaukee M18 FUEL Chainsaw is definitely the tool a landowner or landscaping company want to have to tackle a great variety of landscaping tasks. Cutting small or large trees without the hassle of a cord or dealing with gasoline is a big plus. The automatic chain oil is also a great feature.

Needless to say, this is also a great tool for the regular DIYer or rustic art entrepreneur.


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