Think of the power of the internal combustion engine and you get some idea of the oomph that gas powered tools can pack. Add in the fact that you are not restricted by proximity to a power outlet and instant recharging is in the form of innumerable jerry cans or tanks that you can lug about with you – that makes for a very appealing package for outdoor use. The exhaust fumes dictate outdoor usage. Thinking about it, indoor use with the doors and windows shut tight could be hazardous to one’s health. I wonder if that is made clear in the instruction booklets? Gas Powered Tools are portable and powerful power tools for serious work.
For the lumberjacks amongst us, the gas powered chainsaw is the only tool for the job. There really are very few types of gas powered saws other than chainsaws. You can get concrete cutters and angle grinders, as well as pole saws with a small blades at the end of a long pole for lopping branches that are out of normal reach.