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Bulk Log Stand 4 – Saw Horse – Chainsaw

£54.95 £44.95

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Description

Forest Master Bulk Log Stand with 4 Supports

The Forest Master Bulk Log Stand is capable of safely securing multiple logs for the user to chainsaw, the logs are held in place by chains which prevent the logs from moving during cutting. The user can load up to 250KG* of logs for cutting.

Please note you must supply your own wooden base and drill the holes as required using the drill bits supplied, moderate assembly is required.

Key Points

  • Easily loaded
  • Folds for storage
  • Simply open up to use
  • Holds multiple logs
  • Holds up to 250KG* of logs
  • Maximum log diameter (mm): 240*
  • Unique and easy to use chain locking system to keep the logs in place
  • Using your own wooden base which allows for customisation
  • Height (mm): 1170*
  • Supplied with a 12 months warranty
  • Saves time by cutting multiple logs at once
  • Weight (KG): 8.2*

*Please note these values are approximate and may vary slightly.
please note the wooden base shown in the pictures is not supplied with this product

Additional information

Weight9.00 kg
Dimensions67 × 39 × 13 cm
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  1. Martin Eaglen (verified owner)

    This a genius design! — simple and effective.

    If like us you have different log requirements for different fireplaces and wood-burners, it’s simple to drill additional holes for the uprights and mark them and you get perfectly sized logs every time.

    Better and safer than my old saw horse in particular when cutting small logs for stoves.

    We had a problem in that the couriers managed to split the box open and lose the bag containing the nuts and bolts, but a quick phone call had a replacement pack in the mail which we received the next day.

    Great service thanks guys!

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  2. Ray Rampton (verified owner)

    What a great idea.
    My chainsaw is now only running for cutting wood, not sat idling waiting for logs to be moved into place for the next individual cut.
    Thin logs/thick sticks that aren’t worth cutting individually with a chainsaw can now be cut with the chainsaw because I’m cutting masses at a time.

    My neighbours are happy as the saw isn’t running all day.
    My back is happy as I’m not bending down to pick up/put down saw all day.
    My wife is happy because I can do masses of sawing in much less time than usual.
    All for less than the price of the bolts and wood to make an old fashioned saw-horse.

    I’d recommend this to anyone who needs to saw logs.

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  3. Nigel Charlesworth (verified owner)

    An excellent product and at £30 it’s very good value for money.. It saves a great deal of time when sawing up smaller branches into logs and is so easy to set up, fill and use.

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  4. Charles Lockyer (verified owner)

    This log stand is fine for cutting “thinish” logs, i.e. up to about 10cm – great, actually. But………..you have to provide the wooden base, which is not a problem, but what is a problem is the flat drills that are supplied to drill the holes in the wood; 25mm and 30mm and they are absolutely useless, manufactured from mild steel is my guess. I managed 1 hole with the 30mm drill and it was finished. So buy this by all means, but make sure you have facilities to drill 25 and 30mm holes.

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  5. Ray Peacock (verified owner)

    Excellent. Simple, efficient. Saves time and effort and avoids the saw coming into contact with the ground.

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