As a reliable chain saw manufacturer, Oute always prioritizes product safety and has adopted various protective measures. But in any case, the user's own protective measures are still essential.
Before you do anything, it's important to make sure you're protected. Regardless of the task at hand, whether big or small, protective gear is an absolute must. To make sure you've got every base covered, start from the top of your body and work your way down.
If there's a risk of objects falling in the area you're working, make sure your head is protected. Your eyes and ears are just as important, so get yourself a helmet with earmuffs and a face shield attached. And while a face shield will keep your face protected, it's important to protect your eyes from sawdust and smaller particles by wearing safety glasses at all times. If you're working with a battery saw however, there's no need to wear ear protection.
While gloves aren't absolutely necessary, they do add an extra layer of protection and will absorb some of the vibration from your chainsaw. They will also keep you warm in winter, and protect you from splinters!
Cut resistant trousers or chaps are an absolute must when operating a chainsaw, even if you're only starting up your chainsaw for a quick job.
And last, but certainly not least, safety boots will not only protect your feet in the event that your chainsaw makes contact with them, but they will also increase your stability while using the saw.
Whether you are using a lawn mower, a telescopic pole saw, or other products, you need to pay attention to self-protection.