In need of a chainsaw? EGO Power+ has several models to choose from. For instance, the CS1400 and the CS1401 comes with a brushless motor and a 14-inch bar and chain.
What’s the difference between the CS1400 and the CS1401? Short answer: One comes with a 2.0Ah battery kit. Find out quickly by scrolling down this EGO Power+ CS1400 vs CS1401 comparison report.
Comparison Chart: EGO Power+ CS1400 vs CS1401
Use this chart to quickly spot the difference.
|Model||Check Price » EGO Power+ CS1400||Check Price » EGO Power+ CS1401|
|Speed||6800 RPM||6800 RPM|
|Water Resistant Construction (ipx4)||✅||✅|
|Guide Bar Length||14 in.||14 in.|
|Voltage||56V DC||56V DC|
|Chain Pitch||3/8″ (9.5mm)||3/8″ (9.5mm)|
|Chain Gauge||0.043″ (1.1mm)||0.043″ (1.1mm)|
|Chain Oil Tank capacity||5 oz. (150 ml)||5 oz. (150 ml)|
|Weight||8.29 lb. (3.76Kg)||8.29 lb. (3.76Kg)|
Key Difference: Battery Kit
Both of these chainsaw models come with a 6,800 RPM rating. As advertised, it has enough speed to power through a variety of hardwoods and softwoods. They also feature a low-kickback design to ensure the user’s safety.
What’s the difference?
As you can clearly see, the EGO Power+ CS1401 comes with a battery-and-charger kit while the CS1400 is sold as a bare tool.
Which of these chainsaws should you get? All EGO Power+ batteries are compatible with its power tools, so if you already have one or two of these batteries, then, get the CS1400.
In addition, note that the CS1401 comes with a standard charger. If you don’t like this, know that EGO Power+ offers the Rapid Charger, a more powerful charger that lets you charge a 2.0Ah battery in just 20 minutes.