LiTHELi 40V Cordless Pole Saw review

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REVIEW – Not too long ago, I was fortunate enough to set to review the LiTHELi cordless battery-powered chainsaw and it turned out to be a fantastic product. Once again, good fortune has provided me with the opportunity to test and review another cordless battery-powered tool. It is the LiTHELi 40V Cordless Pole Saw. Let’s see if good quality also exists for this tool!!

What is it?

The LiTHELi 40V Cordless Pole Saw features a 10-inch blade, a 4-position adjustable head, and a telescopic rod. A 2.5AH Battery and Charger are included.

What’s in the box

1 x LiTHELi 40V Cordless Pole Saw
1 x Battery Charger and Rechargeable Battery
1 x Chain Guide Bar Sheath
1 x User Manual

Design and features


  • 4-POSITION HEAD: Angle adjustment at -22.5°, 0°, 22.5°, and 45° for easy tree trimming
  • TELESCOPIC ALUMINIUM ROD: Variable height adjustment up to 9ft
  • TOOL-FREE QUICK TENSION KNOB: Effortless and instant tightening of the chain without tools
  • THICK CUT: 10″ guide bar cuts thicker trunks
  • LONG TERM WARRANTY: 5-year warranty on tool / 3-year warranty on battery & charger. Litheli offers timely and professional after-sale service to our customers.

This pole saw is made from metal (aluminum), and plastic including what seems to be ABS plastic. The following photos show all of the design and controls on the tool as well as an illustration identifying all of the parts.

LiTHELi also includes a battery and battery charger along with a shoulder strap.


The first thing that I did was lay all of the parts out on my deck so that I could easily proceed with assembly.
Assembly starts with attaching the Guide Bar and Saw Chain to the motor.

The picture above may look like the picture below but there is one difference. Above, I installed the chain in the wrong direction. Below I corrected my mistake. Unfortunately for me, I only realized it after I tried to cut a branch and could not 🙂

The rest of the photos below show my process to fill the reservoir with Bar and Chain oil. I cut the top off of a water bottle to use as a container to soak the chain in the oil overnight and to pour the oil.

Once I finished with the assembly of the Guide Bar and Saw Chain, I moved onto attaching the motor head to the extension rod and the rest of the body of the pole saw. As shown below, there is a plug that connects with the pole and it only inserts one way so you cannot make a mistake. The lever on the side of the pole allows for extension/retraction of the pole. Photos below also show the simple connection of the battery to the tool.

Finally, here is the Pole Saw in action:

What I like

  • The ease of assembly
  • The lightweight but sturdy build quality
  • The ease of operation
  • The cutting power
  • The fact that is it battery-powered

What I’d change

  • Include a small bottle of Bar and Chain oil so that the tool can be used right out of the box

Final thoughts

Once again LiTHELi has manufactured a useful tool that is built well and works great. Prior to reviewing their chainsaw, I knew nothing about this company. Just like their chainsaw, IMHO this pole saw is an absolute winner. Well done and two thumbs up!!

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Price: $179.99
Where to buy: Amazon
Source: The sample for this review was provided by Litheli

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  2. I might have to get this too!!! Thank you for the review. Ive had Worx weed wacker for years and I just bought the Litheli Chain saw,Weed wacker to use the blade attachment and the hedge trimmer. My husband thought a saw blade attachment on the weed wacker would cut small branches? I haven’t tried that just got all these this week. Thanks again Donna

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