Remington Pole Saw Reviews

When you walk into a store that is selling power tools, surely the name “Remington” is going to be scattered throughout. The idea of Remington first started back in 1921 when Arthur Mall opened up a power tool company in Wisconsin.

He originally started out building electric and gas powered saws and drills. As he became popular, his business flourished, and the company expanded, despite the war going on. In 1954, he launched his first Remington chainsaw that was capable of handling even the heaviest jobs that loggers had.

Expanding on the tool designs, in the 1990’s, Remington released pole saws and chainsaws. Recently, they added cultivators, gas trimmers, and blowers into the mix, along with three chainsaw platforms to the Remington line of equipment.

Today, Remington power tools are easy to use and reliable. The outdoor yard tools are capable of taking on practically any task you may have – if you need to do some minor tree trimming, then Remington has a tool for that – they even have a tool for helping you transform your overgrown yard into a beautiful, well trimmed yard.

Remington are one of our top rated brands for pole saws you can read more in our buying guide to the Best Pole Saws

I understand that finding a pole saw isn’t always easy, especially with all the different ones out there, and like I said, they all look similar. So today, I am going to introduce you to some pole saws (both electric and gas powered), and some of them on my list can even be transformed into a chain saw that you can use for cutting limbs …

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Remington RM1025SPS Ranger Review

When you have limbs that are impossible to reach with any other tool, then the Remington RM1025SPS Ranger will be your best friend. If you’re familiar with yard care and have trees in your yard, then you probably know exactly what I’m talking about when I say they’re not always easy to take care of, and can be a bit of a nuisance, especially during the fall months.

With the Remington RM1025SPS Ranger, you have a 2-in-1 design, which is the main selling point. By 2-in-1, this means it can be used to get to those hard-to-reach branches, and when it’s all said and done, you can use it as a regular saw (that’s something I personally like).

The Hand Grip

I noticed the hand grip on this model is well-designed. While in the past, I had issues with my wrists when using saws, this isn’t the case anymore. I used to have problems with wrist inflammation because of the weight at the top of the old units. With this particular model, the weight isn’t that big of an issue. 

Flip and Lock Clamps

The flip and lock clamps on this tool are there in order to give you the opportunity to adjust the length of the pole. What’s good about this feature is the fact that you don’t need any additional tools and the lock clamps are made of hard plastic and simple to use.

Instant Start System

With the instant start system, you have effortless ignition. This will save you time from having to get the saw started. If you’re familiar with power tools, especially the ones from the old days, I’m sure you can appreciate this.

Safety

When it comes to equipment, especially ones that can cut you, safety is super important. In this case, this saw has a low kickback bar. It also has an anti-rotation system, which you can look at as a safety measure, because there are times where injury can occur due to unexpected rotations while using saws.

Pros

Easy to Use

Starts Fast

Versatile

Affordable Price

Cons

From time to time, there may be occasional oil leaks, so you will need to keep check on that. Mind you, this isn’t anything that you need to run away from, basically, the oil can leak when the tool is stored upside down. However, you shouldn’t be storing equipment like this upside down anyways. As long as you store it the right way, you shouldn’t experience any of those accidental oil leaks.

We really enjoyed the ease of use and portability of this model. Yes, it’s an electric chainsaw, so it will require you to be around a power source, but despite this, it is still pretty portable. Just make sure you use the proper extension cord and you should do just fine.

Remington RM1025SPS Ranger 8-Amp Electric 2-in-1 Pole Saw & Chainsaw with 10-Foot Telescoping Shaft and 10-Inch Bar for Tree Trimming and Pruning
  • 2-IN-1 FUNCTIONALITY: Logs on the ground? Quickly detach the saw from the pole to convert the unit from a pole saw into a chainsaw. No tools required!
  • LONG REACH: Designed with two aluminum booms extendable to 10-feet for high branches. With operator height considered, the pole saw can cut limbs 10-feet to 15-feet overhead.
  • ELECTRIC POWERED: An 8-amp electric motor instantly starts to drive the chain over the low-kickback, 10-inch bar.
  • ADJUSTABLE: A telescoping design paired with flip and lock clamps allow the operator to quickly adjust the length of the pole saw so that trimming trees of varying heights isnt a hassle.
  • PRUNE IN COMFORT: Anti-rotation shaft and non-slip grip enhance comfort and stability during use.
  • NOTE: Bar and chain oil may seep from unit when not in use. Remember to loosen the saw chain if its tension was adjusted during operation.

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All in all, if you want to do some yard work in your yard, then this would be a great saw. It is fully capable of getting to those hard to reach branches and when you’re done, you can detach the pole and use it as a mini chainsaw. However, if you’re on the lookout for a heavy-duty unit that can cut through thick branches, this one wouldn’t be a good option – you’ll need something that has more power (like the gas-powered models).

Remington RM1035P Ranger II  Review

When you’re needing to take down some of those hard-to-reach branches in your yard, Remington is the name that pops up. In this particular case, we’re going to take a nice look at the Remington RM1035P model – this is a nice 2-in-1 saw – it can be used as both a pole saw and a chainsaw.

With the Remington RM1035P, there’s so much you’re going to like, starting with the handle that makes for versatility while you’re cutting, not to mention manoeuvrability. At the bottom of the pole, you’ll have the hand-guard and the cord, so you won’t have to worry so much about snag hazards when you’re cutting limbs.

This model is great for trimming those branches that are dangling over your head.

Easily Convert from a Pole Saw

Simply by pushing a button, you can convert this pole saw into a chainsaw, which is a feature I really like. This will give you the opportunity to cut up those branches that you cut down.

Low-Kickback

This Remington features a low-kickback bar and chain (the bar measures 10 inches). This will allow you to cut through those branches without so much kickback.

Adjustable

Both the upper and lower poles can be adjusted. There are lock clamps, and all you have to do is flip them to adjust the pole.

An 8-Amp Motor

The 8-amp motor is powerful enough so that you should be able to cut through most branches. The saw can easily cut through small branches.

Extended Pole

The aluminum pole can extend up to 10-feet, so you should be able to reach those tree limbs that are up to 15-feet (this depends on how tall you are). There’s flip and lock clamps that will ensure the saw is secured.  When you’re done with your work, you can easily disconnect the pole and make it into a chainsaw so that you can cut the logs on the ground.

Pros

  • Electric powered
  • Adjustable

Cons

Like with the Remington RM1025SPS, when this saw is not being used, bar and chain oil could leak out, so it’s important that you store the saw right side up and loosen the chain.

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Remington RM1035P Ranger II 8-Amp Electric 2-in-1 Pole Saw & Chainsaw Foot Telescoping Shaft and 10-Inch Bar for Tree Trimming and Pruning
  • 2-In-1 functionality: logs on the ground? Use the quick release button to detach the saw from the pole to convert the unit from a pole saw into a chainsaw. No tools required!
  • Long reach: designed with a shaft extendable up to 10-feet for high branches. With operator Height considered, the pole saw can cut limbs 10-feet to 15-feet overhead. The saw head includes a branch hook to aid in clearing hung-up limbs.
  • Electric Powered: an 8-amp inline electric motor instantly starts to drive the chain over the low-kickback, automatically Oiled 10-inch Bar.
  • Adjustable: a telescoping design paired with flip and lock clamps allow the operator to quickly adjust the length of the pole saw so that trimming trees of varying heights isnt a hassle.
  • Prune in comfort: anti-rotation shaft and non-slip grip enhance comfort and stability during use.
  • Note: Bar and chain oil may seep from unit when not in use. Remember to loosen the saw chain with the tool-free tensioner if it was Adjusted during operation.

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All in all, this is a really good pole saw. If you like to cut the limbs up into pieces after you cut them off of the tree, then the 2-in-1 feature will come in handy for you.

Remington RM2599 Maverick Review

If you’re looking for some good power, then you should probably avoid the electric powered saws. Mind you, electric power saws are amazing, but they’re really only for small to medium branches. For those heavy duty jobs, you’re going to want a saw that is gas powered. With that said, if you’re looking for a gas powered pole saw, I would recommend the Remington RM2599 for a variety of reasons.

Specifications

  • Motor: 25cc 2-cycle
  • Auto oiling system
  • Bar length – 8 inches

Distributed Weight

This model right here is a bit different from the other models due to the way the weight is distributed when using it. Most models have it where the weight is concentrated towards the end of the pole, but with this model right here, a large portion of the weight is put in the user’s hands. This is a great idea, because it doesn’t put so much impact on your muscles.

Powerful

With the 24cc motor, you will have enough power to be able to cut through nearly any branch without worrying. In fact, I have seen this model go through some pretty thick pieces of wood.

Long Pole

The pole makes it so that you can reach up to 12 feet in the air.

The Design

I definitely have to talk about the design of this saw, because I believe it is a big selling point. It has premium features, but apart from this, it has been designed so that you won’t get as tired when using it. Instead of lifting it up into the air, you’re holding it in your hands, so this doesn’t cause as much fatigue, which will allow you to use the saw for a longer period of time.

Auto Oiler

The auto oiler lubricates the chain, so you don’t have to worry about lubricating it manually.

Pros

The engine on this machine can be used with other products from Remington. This includes mowers, blowers, and so on.  This is a great feature, because you can use it for different applications, instead of just using it for trimming or cutting.

Kickback

This machine has an 8-inch bar that features a low-kickback in order to make sure the user stay safe.

Simplicity

The simplicity is definitely something we like about this machine. You don’t have to adjust the machine, or fine-tune it. Instead, as soon as you take it out of the box, it’s almost ready to start using. All you have to do is adjust the chain and put oil on it, and then it’s ready to go. Yes, it really is that simple.

Cons

  • Maintenance – Gas powered machines have a tendency to require more maintenance than the electric powered machines.
  • Noisy – The machine is somewhat noisy, but that’s because it is powerful (this is something you’d expect from powerful equipment). If you have a problem with noisy machines, then I suggest using an electric saw.
  • In this day and age, it’s hard to find the best machine out there, because there’s just so many to choose from, and they all look similar. The key to finding the best one is to look at the details, and I covered the most important details about this machine. If you’re looking for some power, and don’t mind the noise, then this machine would be great.

Remington RM4050 Review

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The Remington RM4050 is another pole saw that might just be at the top of your list. It has an easy to use design, so you should be able to cut those high to reach limbs, without having to bother with a ladder.

The 24cc 2 cycle engine will give you some pretty good power, while the 7-foot extension pole will allow you to reach up to 12 feet into the air.

The machine has an auto oiler, so the chain will always be lubricated properly, without you have to manually do it.

The Remington RM4050 will accept most attachments. This means that you can turn it into a hedge trimmer, blower, edger, and so on.

 

Conclusion

Whatever pole saw you choose, as long as you choose a Remington from this list, you should rest with the satisfaction of knowing you made the right choice. We took time to put together a review of the best pole saws currently on the market in order to make the job of finding a good one easier on you.