“We will be putting the saw through its paces going over features, operation and demonstration," said Lauren Gomez, WORX Marketing Manager.
Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) April 22, 2013
WORX® is demonstrating the popular JawSawTM live online at http://rockwell.yourbrandlive.com/c/worxtemplate/ Thursday, April 25 at 12 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. (EDT). Any device ─ laptop, tablet or phone with an internet connection ─ can see the live hour-long demonstration and submit questions and comments in real time.
On location in Charlotte, NC, this electric-powered saw will be demonstrated by cutting brush and tree limbs up to 4 in. in diameter and more. The hosts also will show how the tool functions with the extension pole in reaching and cutting tree limbs up to 12 feet off the ground.
“There’s no pause button in this demo,” said Lauren Gomez, WORX Marketing Manager. “We will be putting the saw through its paces going over features, operation and demonstration. Viewers will have an opportunity to purchase a JawSaw at a very special price.” “We are looking forward to hearing viewers comments and answering their questions. It’s their opportunity to get them answered straight from the source!” We will also be giving away a few JawSaws through our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/worxyardtools
WORX will also have a dedicated phone line staffed and ready to go to handle questions or take orders during the broadcast for viewers who would rather speak to someone live.
Whether it’s tackling wayward tree branches and fallen limbs from a rugged storm or if it’s time to prune, the WORX JawSaw is easier and safer to use than a chain saw. The tool was designed and engineered to improve chain saw safety.
Two of the most common fears in handling chain saws are the exposed high-speed chain and kickback. Unlike a chain saw, the JawSaw’s chain is almost entirely enclosed, guarding the operator from potential contact. Once powered on, the user simply plunges the handle and the JawSaw makes a scissor-like cut, driving the bar and chain through the wood. The shark-like steel teeth that surround the jaw are designed to hold the wood in place while cutting.
The JawSaw provides for safer sawing of downed branches on the ground. Cutting wood on the ground with a chain saw oftentimes allows the chain to hit the ground, which can damage the chain and bar while increasing the risk of kickback. The JawSaw’s design prevents the chain from contacting the ground.
This yard tool does a tidy job of making yard piles in no time flat. It’s also eco-friendly and emission-free with minimal operating costs, compared to gas-powered saws.
The saw’s Auto-Tension feature is an easy-to-use chain replacement and tensioning system. There’s one bolt on the body that’s used to tighten and release the chain.
The saw also features an automatic oiler with reservoir and oil level indicator. During operation, the automatic oiler provides constant lubrication to both bar and chain.
The optional 5 ft. extension pole enables the tool to reach tree limbs up to 12 ft. from the ground.
The WORX JawSaw (WG307,), and JawSaw 5-ft. Extension Handle (WA0163,) are available at http://www.worx.com. The JawSaw is available at Lowe’s and other fine retailers.
For video link, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6Q0yY1nNQY