Black & Decker NLP1800 Alligator Lopper 18-Volt Cordless Chain Saw

Includes 18V Cordless 6-in Alligator Lopper – NLP1800, 18V Battery, Battery Charger, Oil BottleThe Black & Decker NLP1800 Alligator Lopper 18-volt Cordless Chain Saw is an ideal tool for pruning tree branches up to four inches in diameter, cutting branches into manageable pieces, and cutting of fallen branches after storms. Its 18-volt motor provides powerful, fast cutting and its innovative clamping jaws grab and cut in one easy motion. A single charge of its 18-volt Ni-Cad battery provides up to 150 1-1/2-inch diameter cuts. Also included is a heavy duty cutting bar and chain to deliver fast cutting of thick branches and logs. With a six-inch bar length and with a weight of 7.9 pounds, this electric chain saw comes backed by a limited 2-year warranty.

Product Features

  • Powerful 18-volt motor
  • Innovative clamping jaws grab and cut in one easy motion
  • Cuts branches and logs up to four inches in diameter
  • Six inch bar length; weighs 7.9 pounds
  • limited 2-year warranty; includes 18-volt battery, battery charger, and oil bottle

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3 comments for “Black & Decker NLP1800 Alligator Lopper 18-Volt Cordless Chain Saw

  1. mrbasicshark "KDM"
    October 3, 2013 at 6:04 AM

    Just ok This item, Black & Decker NLP1800 Alligator Lopper 18-Volt Cordless Chain Saw, has lots of potential. It cuts the branches well, even fairly thick ones.The problems: 1) Battey life…easy fix, get a spare battery… 2) requires frequet oiling 3) This is the worst problem I see, but possible a deal break: the top chain guard can very easily get postioned were it rubs the chain, creating wear and eating a whole in the guard..Overall: I would say worth $75-99, but would not give over $100 for it again untill the above bugs are corrected.

  2. M. Oman
    October 3, 2013 at 6:25 AM

    B&D Alligator Lopper It is great for pruning, especially in “overgrown” hedges, etc. The ability to cut between branches without damaging the branches on the back side of the chain is critical. It is nice to be able to just switch it on and off without having to restart an engine. It is extremely quick and quiet. Oiling is a minor problem.

  3. H. Shannon "Ms. Fix it"
    October 3, 2013 at 6:46 AM

    B&D Alligator Lopper – Fun and Functional! After hurricane winds knocked down my tree, a neighbor brought over her Electric B&D Alligator to help. It did such a great job in the short time she was there, I knew it was a tool to add to my collection! The only drawback was that, due to the storm damage, limbs were everywhere and repositioning/getting enough reach with the extension cord was a little difficult.Since purchasing the B&D 18-Volt Cordless Lawncare Center earlier this year, I have built up 5 interchangeable batteries and was SO EXCITED to be able to buy a CORDLESS version. I cut up the rest of my tree (excluding the trunk) with my new cordless alligator – some branches were just over four inches! Battery life was 40-50 mins depending on the size of the branches.The cordless version was a bit more expensive than the electric lopper. So if you don’t already have several batteries from other tools, it might be better to save the $$ and go corded.Overall it was a great investment and puts my family’s mind at ease because it is so much safer than a traditional chain saw!

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