Wemars 62cc Gas Chainsaw Review [My Opinion]

Are you looking for a Wemars 62cc gas chainsaw review?

Then you’ve come to the right place because that’s exactly what I’ll be going over in this post.

I’ll be listing the specs, who this chainsaw is for, the pros and cons, and what customers are saying about Wemars. I’ll be covering everything you need to know.

So let’s get straight into it!

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Specs

Weight17.66 lbs/KG
Engine20 inches/50.8cm
Chain lubricationAutomatic
Maximum power speed8,500rpm
Chain catcherYes
Chain brakeYes

Who is this chainsaw for?

This chainsaw was made for limbing, bucking, splitting wood, and felling trees. However, you will have a tough time splitting wood for a long period of time since the bar may be a little big for the average log. 

20 inch bar with a 62cc gas engine

Thanks to the gas powered engine paired with a 20 inch bar, you’ll be able to fell medium sized trees with ease. More specifically, an 18 inch tree won’t be an issue for this chainsaw, even if it’s hardwood.

If you know how to create a stump in a tree then you can fell large trees. The blades rotate around the bar 8,500 times per minute. Allowing it to have an incredibly sharp and accurate cut.

You’ll be rapidly chipping through the wood so make sure you’re wearing some eye protection. You never know, a wood chipping could end up in your eye, it’s better to be safe than sorry.

Easy maintenance

There’s an air filter that prevents debris such as wood chippings and dirt from getting into the engine. Helping to filter and preserve the life of the chainsaw.

As you’re cutting, there’s a lot of tension being built with the chainsaw, there’s a lot of friction and a lot of heat is being made because of it. This can damage the overall chainsaw, burning the bar, and quickly dulling the chain.

In order to prevent this from happening you have to lubricate the bar with bar oil. You’ll be pleased to know there’s an automatic oil lubricator so you don’t have to manually apply it yourself. Simply refill it when it’s getting low.

Safety

There’s a highly responsive chain brake built into this chainsaw to prevent any kickback damage.

What is kickback?

Kickback is where the tip of the bar hits something hard whilst the chainsaw is in operation. This causes the bar to be flung in the direction of the user and if the bar hits you, you’re going to be fatally damaged for life. Both physically and mentally.

To prevent a kickback, avoid hitting the tip of the bar with anything. If it does happen, the chain brake will stop the chain instantly from operating because of inertia or your hand hitting the brake.

Comfortable to use

Thanks to the rubber covered handle and vibration dampening system, it makes using this chainsaw incredibly easy. You can use it for long periods of time without getting tired or numb fingers because of the vibration.

It weighs 8kg so it’s not super lightweight but it’s also not heavy. You won’t be tiring yourself out due to the weight.

What customers are saying?

Customers have mentioned that the Wemars 62cc gas chainsaw came well packed and it was very easy to assemble. It’s easy to start and will start cutting through wood with ease thanks to its massive amount of power.

You only feel a small amount of vibration so it won’t be affecting your grip or accuracy when making a cut. 

Users had no problems out of the box. Simply attach the bar and chain and you’re good to go. They’ve described the cutting quality as a hot knife through butter.

If you’ve got a bunch of debris to clean up, this is a great way in doing so. You can cut up a fallen tree with ease thanks to the engine.

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Pros and cons

Pros
  • Great for limbing, bucking, splitting large firewood, and felling trees
  • Powerful engine
  • Fairly lightweight (8KG)
  • Easy to maintain
  • Easy to use
Cons
  • Fairly noisy
  • Does leave a gas smell so it’s not good if you work indoors
  • Too big for pruning

Conclusion

So that was the Wemars 62cc gas chainsaw review. Overall, it’s a great chainsaw for limbing, splitting wood, bucking, and felling trees. It’s not good for pruning because the 20 inch bar is too large. It weighs 8kg so it’s not going to fatigue you when using it for long periods of time.

Hope you found what you were looking for in this post.

Happy sawing!

– Adam