Stihl MS 181 C-BE chainsaw £199 down from £300 instore @ Scats country store - HotUKDeals
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Comes with 14" bar, not seen this model under £200 anywhere else, usually around the £250 mark on the web - Stihl are a very well respected brand in the chainsaw market.

The Stihl MS180 C-BE Handy Compact Chainsaw is ideal for pruning trees, chopping firewood and for felling trees up to 30cm in diameter. This lightweight, yet robust tool is easy to handle and comfortable to use thanks to its anti-vibration system and its optimised centre of gravity, while Stihl’s ErgoStart system reduces starting effort by introducing an additional spring between the crankshaft and the rope rotor. It also features many of the facets of Stihl’s professional range saws, such as the Quick Stop Super chain brake, which stops the saw when the rear handle is released, or in the event of kick-back; the Oilomatic chain lubrication system, which significantly reduces wear, consequently extending the life of the cutting attachment, and Chain Quick Tensioning which allows the chain tension to be easily adjusted, without the need for tools
Technical data:
Displacement 31.8 cm³
Power output 1.5/2.0 kW/PS
Weight Without bar/chain 4.2 kg
Power-to-weight ratio 2.7 kg/kW
Oilomatic saw chain pitch/type 3/8" P Picco Micro
Bar length 14"/35cm
Features:
Anti-vibration system
Chain Quick Tensioning (B)
Compensator
Ematic chain lubrication system
Four channel technology
Light bar
Quickstop chain brake
Single-lever control
STIHL ErgoStart (E)
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6 Likes #1
Would this be able to cut into a security van?
2 Likes #2
Does anyone know if the Stihl MS 181 C-BE Chainsaw can be successfully attached to a machine gun? I want to be prepared incase the Locust Horde attack soon.
#3
This seems a bit steep for a chain saw.
1 Like #4
How easy is this to clean? I just hate it when the bone gets caught in the blades... **laughs evily**
1 Like #5
I want this. I don't know why, I just do.
#6
djBilly
Does anyone know if the Stihl MS 181 C-BE Chainsaw can be successfully attached to a machine gun? I want to be prepared incase the Locust Horde attack soon.


i like your style man, maybe even painted gold?
#7
ordered,perfect for home security
1 Like #8
Has anyone seen any deals on Hockey masks recently?
2 Likes #9
I'll buy this if two of you can work over in Ireland with me -cos the job ad said tree fellers required!!!
1 Like #10
perfect i need this for my reenactment of the chainsaw sequence from Scarface ;p
#11
14" bar?, haha, pussy saw, u need a STIHL MS880. Thats what is required.
http://www.mikeschainsawshop.co.nz/assets/Uploads/chainsaws-etc/STIHL-Chainsaws/MS880.jpg

Edited By: Norman Whiteside on Jan 29, 2011 02:55
#12
Norman Whiteside
14" bar?, haha, pussy saw, u need a STIHL MS880. Thats what is required.


yeah, if you;re taking a redwood down...

small and light is a good thing. anything big you can cut into and roll the log around.

god I miss having to use one of these, :(
#13
great deal bought 2 , gonna prepare for those zombies, now I need some ducttape tape it to my mountain bike
#14
good price for a good quality jobbing saw, hot :D
#15
Stihl are the king of chain saws
had loads of chainsaws over the years (i'm a heavy handed diyer)
but Stihl by far the best made
#16
BeerGoggles
This seems a bit steep for a chain saw.

I use this saw for work, and with chainsaws, you get what you pay for.

From my usual supplier, including discount and VAT back I would still end up paying more for this item. This saw will suit both the professional and home user, but as with all chainsaws, buy the correct safety equipment, helmet, gloves and protective trousers are an absolute minimum,
#17
turdburglar
Would this be able to cut into a security van?

No, for this you would need the Stihl TS410.

I hope this advice doesn't make me an accessory...
#18
Only hot if you happen to live in the south of England and have a store handy to you
1 Like #19
Is this street legal?
#20
Got to love a chainsaw. Have some heat
#21
It's the power feeling you get from pressing the trigger and the heart in the mouth feeling when your ladder slips when your sawing a branch off!....awesome man! ..LOL
#22
Sizzling price this! Stihl or Husky - you get a quality saw that retains it's value, and will give years of reliable service, unlike the DIY store bargain that looks really great value until you try to start the thing on a cold morning, it keeps going out of tune (not musical, air/fuel mixture!) cos they used a cheap & nasty carburettor, or get spares for it.
The ultimate boys toy.......what more can you want?.....dangerous, noisy, has an engine, runs on petrol, etc. :D
Seriously though, get some training if you've never used a chainsaw before and budget another £100 for some decent PPE. Just google 'chainsaw accidents' - to help you justify the need to treat these with ultra respect.
#23
Superb buy , the only brand to consider for branch cutting / tree-felling.
#24
Stihl best chainsaws made .............
banned#25
This looks like a climbers saw, it would be pretty useless for a pro to use for ground work with it's tiny 14 inch bar.....OK for a bit of gardening. And a bargain price for the top choice Brand of most Tree Surgeons.

Now all you need is a TW190 to mulch those loose leaves.
#26
wirdy1
Sizzling price this! Stihl or Husky - you get a quality saw that retains it's value, and will give years of reliable service, unlike the DIY store bargain that looks really great value until you try to start the thing on a cold morning, it keeps going out of tune (not musical, air/fuel mixture!) cos they used a cheap & nasty carburettor, or get spares for it.
The ultimate boys toy.......what more can you want?.....dangerous, noisy, has an engine, runs on petrol, etc. :D
Seriously though, get some training if you've never used a chainsaw before and budget another £100 for some decent PPE. Just google 'chainsaw accidents' - to help you justify the need to treat these with ultra respect.



£100??? My Stihl trousers cost nearly £200, what about gloves, boots, helmet etc. You're looking more like £350 mate

Edited By: Norman Whiteside on Jan 30, 2011 00:35
#27
slamdunkin
This looks like a climbers saw, it would be pretty useless for a pro to use for ground work with it's tiny 14 inch bar.....OK for a bit of gardening. And a bargain price for the top choice Brand of most Tree Surgeons.


What are you on about? It's got a handle at the back and one on the top. It's a two handed chainsaw for ground work only. A climbers saw have one central handle on top like the MS200T.
This is very much the entry level from Sthil although it's good enough for most branches and trees from your typical uk garden.

Edited By: ron2256 on Jan 30, 2011 01:56: typo
#28
ah yorkie, i knew one well

with this saw, the head did fell

order a dozen, doozie, for me matron - the lady mcbreath

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