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- Includes both a 12-volt car adapter and battery clips for convenient use anywhere
- Includes one each 5/32"(4.0mm), 3/16" (4.8mm) and 7/32" (5.5mm) sharpening stones and a collet wrench
- Simple sharpening angle adjustment guide for accuracy
- Sharpens any round-ground 1/4", 3/8" Low Profile, .325", 3/8" or .404" chain
- High impact housing holds a powerful motor that runs at an optimum 25,000 rpm
- Shank lock feature allows easier stone replacement
- Replacement sharpening stones available
|Weight (with Packaging)||1.5 Lb|
Average Customer Rating
Not for home use
The instructions are non existent and why is there no plug adapter? I bought this for home use thinking it would be easier and faster than a file, I was wrong on both accounts. Thought there would be more information here, but sadly, there is not.
As a homeowner, I use electricity for my tools. This unit has no electric plug, only a plug for your cigarette lighter. It also includes clips to hook onto a battery. So we've got to go to the car or truck to use this. 7 foot cord so it wont reach the tailgate of most pickups from cab. Also, don't expect any simple instructions. I have a college degree and had trouble figuring them out. 48 pages and 27 different languages. Not kidding.
Amazing little tool
I just used it for the first time after sharpening manually for years and super easy, just fallow the guide plate and 30 seconds later my chain was sharper than ever!!
hand held 12v sure sharp
I love it had it for sometime now. easy to use. I am sure im not a professional but looking at the tool and its guide plate with the adjustment Ive had good luck. My Johnshred is happy im happy.
Not for a beginner.
I have multiple chainsaws for yard maintenance. I have been bringing my chains to a business that sharpens them, but decided I would start doing it myself. I bought this product thinking it looked easier than a hand file. I have purchased and used many tools over the years. I believe the instructions that came with this tool are the most poorly written that I ever seen. I came to this site looking for instruction. I sort of sharpened one chain and the stone already broke. Maybe I'm using it wrong, but no way to know based on the instructions that came with it.