Remington pole saw reviews

Remington have plenty of feedback around the web with positive thoughts being shared about their various pole pruning models.

As a brand, they have been around for quite some time. Their journey starting way back in 1924 by Arthur Mall.

However, it wasn’t until the 1990’s that they released their first pole saws. Since that time they have gone from strength to strength with all types of garden tools being added to their product range including leaf blowers, trimmers and chainsaws.

This page is dedicated to analyzing and researching into the features and specifications of their pruners offer to see what sort of quality can be expected at different budget levels.

Remington RM2599 – Very easy to use, featuring a quick start option to get up and running faster. What’s more, this model is very attachment friendly which in turn makes it extremely versatile and changeable depending on the environment you’re working in.

Consistent power and performance, yet quite inexpensive for the amount that’s on offer. A quick glance at the spec list will tell anyone with experience that their is value for money to be found here.

Remington RM1015SPS – If required, this saw can be detached with ease.  Users will be pleased to see it’s quite versatile with a lot of options to adjust the pole to ensure users are very comfortable whilst working.

Aluminium poles provide a sturdy product that is reliable when trimming some of the more difficult branches. With a ten inch chain and a extensive reach of ten feet, you can expect good quality from this product.