Einhell 350mm 41cc Chainsaw with Oregon Chain and Guide £95.93 @ CPC - HotUKDeals
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Einhell 350mm 41cc Chainsaw with Oregon Chain and Guide £95.93 @ CPC

£95.93 @ CPC Farnell
Powerful 41cc 2-stroke engine Cordless, hassle free - ideal for users that have difficulty accessing a power supply Full crankshaft for long term durability Auto choke, primer & electro… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Powerful 41cc 2-stroke engine
Cordless, hassle free - ideal for users that have difficulty accessing a power supply
Full crankshaft for long term durability
Auto choke, primer & electronic ignition for quick & easy starting
OREGON guide-bar & chain with sprocket nose
Chain catcher - prevents potential injury from derailed chain
Chain brake/hand guard stops chain within milliseconds
Automatic guide-bar and chain lubrication
Chain oil capacity 210 ml, Fuel capacity 260 ml
Cutting capacity 350mm
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#2
SGS Engineering.com have a more powerful petrol chainsaw reduced from £155 to £69.98 in their sale. Looks a better product imo.
1 Like #3
That's the wife's christmas pressie sorted.
1 Like #4
ideal for Halloween costume.
#5
Man tool! Want one but don't need one! Heat ps. Am not sexist tho ;)
1 Like #6
guttediam
Man tool! Want one but don't need one! Heat ps. Am not sexist tho ;)

Worth having, they're useful for all sorts of things... Cutting down trees, zombie apocalypse, unruly kids, evidence disposal... Umm... Probably...
1 Like #7
Killing Zombies ha ha walking dead on in 28 hours/ish whoop whoop 8):{8)
1 Like #8
The scariest tool I've ever handled. Much worse than working with 132kV or 20MW engines. oO
#9
Ok sold!!!!!!
#10
qbs
The scariest tool I've ever handled. Much worse than working with 132kV or 20MW engines. oO


A friend of mine slipped & messed his leg up big style not this model/make tho, this ones got a safety I tell myself lol
1 Like #11
you could always hunt down your very own Christmas tree with this? :p
#12
nivvy34
SGS Engineering.com have a more powerful petrol chainsaw reduced from £155 to £69.98 in their sale. Looks a better product imo.
Do you mean this one
http://www.sgs-engineering.com/scs6200-62cc-20-inch-petrol-chain-saw 79.98 inc vat
2 Likes #13
Ideal for carving the Xmas turkey.
#14
jasee
nivvy34
SGS Engineering.com have a more powerful petrol chainsaw reduced from £155 to £69.98 in their sale. Looks a better product imo.
Do you mean this onehttp://www.sgs-engineering.com/scs6200-62cc-20-inch-petrol-chain-saw 79.98 inc vat
#15
No the 58cc 20 inch, but the 62cc looks great to
#16
shadey12
ideal for Halloween costume.


No wonder ur name is Shadey still giving u a like tho
1 Like #17
guttediam
qbs
The scariest tool I've ever handled. Much worse than working with 132kV or 20MW engines. oO
A friend of mine slipped & messed his leg up big style not this model/make tho, this ones got a safety I tell myself lol
No such thing as a safety. Quick stop chain, but that won't stop you doing yourself considerable damage if you get a kick, or you're just not extremely careful.
1 Like #18
Would this be light enough to dual wield?
1 Like #19
If there's one tool that should require you take a training course first... it's a chainsaw.
1 Like #20
mcbain
If there's one tool that should require you take a training course first... it's a chainsaw.

Agreed. .. not tried this recommendation myself, but before anyone unpacks it they should google "chainsaw accidents"
#21
Bit late for Halloween -but there's always next year
#22
Great to keep one if you lose keys from house.
#23
The chain tightening system used on these type of cheap saws seems to be a weak point vs the older conventional screw and two nut system as it slips more during prolonged use but then these saws aren't made for long duty cycles.

Think carefully before you get one of these as they regularly kill if you let your attention wander. Good price though.
#24
There's only so many trees I want to cut down.

but there's plenty of zombies to kill.
#25
mcbain
If there's one tool that should require you take a training course first... it's a chainsaw.
Little point. Driving lessons/driving test don't have much success. :(
#26
Judging by the number of people driving around in dense fog with no lights on, I might have to agree with you!

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