Eveaham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 06, 2012 -- This free chainsaw e-book is a truly captivating read, as not only does it provide how-to-guides for owners and buying tips for those looking to buy, but it also provides a wide range of facts and information on the conception of the chainsaw and how it operates. So whether buying/owning a chainsaw is on the agenda or not, the book still proves to be a good read; the layout and flow of the book is consistent and is understandable for anyone regardless of experience with a device such as the chainsaw.
The book doesn't provide intricate detail for every individual model of chainsaw, but it gives a comprehensive overview of different types of chainsaw, how they operate and the pros & cons that each has. The book is very useful in the fact that it allows the reader to evaluate what type of chainsaw would be most useful and suitable for their individual needs and requirements. It's always better to make our own mind up, than be influenced into a decision by someone else's point of view.
Scott Morris, the author and E-commerce Manager at Toolbox gave a brief run down on the new book; "As the title says, it's everything you wanted to know about chainsaws - and probably quite a bit of information you didn't want to know about; but you can pick what's relevant to you as an individual. You might download the book thinking you know what type of chainsaw you want, then be converted from petrol to electric because you realise it fulfils your requirements and needs much better". Scott ends on; "I'd say it's a necessity for anyone interested in chainsaws as you might be very knowledgeable and experienced in using one, but there's always tips and tricks to pick up - we never stop learning!"
If this e-book sounds useful, head over to Amazon, Kindle, or do a Google search for the title and get a copy; simplest of all, navigate to the Chainsaw-Shop website and download a full copy of it there for free.
Chainsaw-Shop is a sub-site of Toolbox who is the sister company of the ever expanding Plumbworld empire. Plumbworld was an early pioneer of online trading, started by James and Anita Hickman in 1999 and was sold to the Grafton Group PLC in December 2006, Plumbworld now employ more than 50 people in their purpose built warehouse and offices and boast an astonishing 50+ websites selling everything from bath panels and hedge trimmers to barbecues and woodburners. The business has a total turnover in excess of £18 million and is growing at more than 20% year on year.