Woodfield 61.5cc Petrol Chainsaw 20"(50cm) Blade 2.4kW with Oregon ® Chain & Bar, safety kit,blade cover and chainsaw bag,tools,oil & 2 year warranty,£89.99@primrose_london_uk(ebay shop) - HotUKDeals
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I was looking for a decent priced chainsaw and came across this @ primrose.co.uk with 40% off, found their ebay shop with free delivery.(nectar points as well) as it comes with the extra kit it works out a decent deal.
Features•Oregon® chain and bar - a renowned brand for chainsaw products, means a sturdy and durable chain and bar
•Safety kit - ear defenders, safety gloves (one size) and safety glasses help to keep you safe whilst you use your chainsaw
•FREE 100ml bottle of 2-stroke oil - mixed with petrol and put in before first use, this oil is essential to keeping the crank shaft lubricated
•FREE 500ml bottle of Chainsaw oil - to keep bar and chain lubricated
•Chainsaw bag - enables you to take your chainsaw with you if you need, as well as a safe place to store it in
•Full instructions supplied for your safety and convenience
•20 inch chainsaw - lightweight, tough and robust, great for felling jobs big or small
•61.5CC engine - extremely powerful, helps the chainsaw to cope with larger felling
•Bar cover - helps to protect the bar from damage
Specifications•Length 41cm (1ft 4¼in) x Width 22.5cm (8¾in) x Height 26.5cm (10½in)
•Engine Type: Single cylinder, 2-stroke, air-cooling petrol engine
•Engine Displacement: 61.5CC
•Bar Length: 20in
•Carburettor: Cylinder diaphragm type
•Magneto: Flywheel magneto
•Rate of Power: 2.4kW/7500rpm
•Fuel Tank Capacity: 550ml
•Oil Tank Capacity: 260ml
•Ignition System: C.D.I
•Oil Feeding System: Automatic pump with adjuster
•Maximum Engine Power: 2.3kW/3.1HP
•Maximum Engine Speed with Cutting Attachment: 11000rpm
•Sprocket: 7T x 0.325in
•Guide Bar Type: Sprocket Nose
•Chain Pitch: 0.325in
•Chain Gauge: 0.058in
•Max Speed: 12,000rpm
•Idle Speed: 3000±200rpm
•Anti-Vibration Device
•Chain Catcher
•Chain Brake
•Spike Bumper
•Front and Rear Hand Guard
•Weight: 8.4kg
What's in the box?
•Chainsaw bag
•Bar cover
•1 bottle of 2-stroke oil
•Chainsaw oil 500ml
•Mixing bottle
•Tool kit
•Ear defenders
•Safety gloves (one size)
•Safety glasses
•Instruction manual
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#1
http://webjunk.info/wp-content/uploads/2008/06/woman-with-chainsaw.jpg?a417c7
#2
That is actually a lot of chainsaw for your money.
Not a top brand manufacturer but if it lasts 3-5 years that would be okay. Agree chain and guidebar are quality products.
#3
Wowhats
That is actually a lot of chainsaw for your money.
Not a top brand manufacturer but if it lasts 3-5 years that would be okay. Agree chain and guidebar are quality products.
Looks very similar to my Husqvarna chainsaw.
#4
Better saving your money up and buy a Sthil or Husqvarnar chain saw better build quality!
I bought one of these cheap chain saw's about a year ago the bar started slipping in turn the chain came off could have been a bad injury but i had good proper protection on,
My advice is stay away from these cheap chinese imports dont sacrifice saftey for a few ££
#5
buckiebull
Better saving your money up and buy a Sthil or Husqvarnar chain saw better build quality!
I bought one of these cheap chain saw's about a year ago the bar started slipping in turn the chain came off could have been a bad injury but i had good proper protection on,
My advice is stay away from these cheap chinese imports dont sacrifice saftey for a few ££

Totally agree, and if you do decide to go for this, good luck getting any aftersales service from an Ebay seller ( that's a general comment and not specifically aimed at this seller, who I know nothing about )

Edited By: useless_57 on Jun 21, 2014 11:50
#6
buckiebull
Better saving your money up and buy a Sthil or Husqvarnar chain saw better build quality!
I bought one of these cheap chain saw's about a year ago the bar started slipping in turn the chain came off could have been a bad injury but i had good proper protection on,
My advice is stay away from these cheap chinese imports dont sacrifice saftey for a few ££
the chain and bar on this model is good quality??
#7
useless_57
buckiebull
Better saving your money up and buy a Sthil or Husqvarnar chain saw better build quality!
I bought one of these cheap chain saw's about a year ago the bar started slipping in turn the chain came off could have been a bad injury but i had good proper protection on,
My advice is stay away from these cheap chinese imports dont sacrifice saftey for a few ££

Totally agree, and if you do decide to go for this, good luck getting any aftersales service from an Ebay seller
this is http://www.primrose.co.uk ebay shop ..........
#8
Looks like the same manufacturer but bigger brother to the aldi one
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/45cc-petrol-chainsaw-74-99-aldi-1928982?page=3#post22063557
However does the average punter/gardener need a chainsaw that big - maybe aldi one better suited for those garden chores and comes with a 3 year guarantee!
Mind you this primrose one somes with a lot of extras - tempting to go for that with the knowledge that is a bigger chainsaw IF the task required needs it...
Decisions
1 Like #9
Rubbish. Standard Chinese 'copy' of a 50cc Tanaka.

Compare to (for example) a 10 year-old Stihl MS260 (industry standard small saw):

Stihl: 50cc, 2.6KW, 5ish KG.

Chinese crud: 61cc, 2.4KW, 8+ KG.

Slow, heavy, dangerous, thirsty rubbish. Avoid.
#10
macdazz

the chain and bar on this model is good quality??


Doesn't mean the chain tensioner is any good though.

I bought a very similar - maybe the same - Ebay chainsaw a few years back. As I recall it worked OK, but maybe a bit less powerful than the stated output and an absolute pig to restart when warm.

I haven't used it in years now as I find it much easier, and way, way safer, to use a hand saw or electrical reciprocating sabre saw.

Unless you have lot's of big trees to chop up I can't see the point. And if you do then you might as well buy a better one. If I needed to buy another now I wouldn't skimp. I don't think chainsaws are something to treat lightly.
#11
VDisillusioned
And if you do then you might as well buy a better one. If I needed to buy another now I wouldn't skimp. I don't think chainsaws are something to treat lightly.

Exactly.

A petrol chainsaw has many, many potential points of mechanical failure. A chainsaw engine runs at somewhere between 10k and 15k rpm depending on the saw. It has a chain running at around 20m/s.

A chainsaw runs flat-out ALL THE TIME it is cutting.

You simply cannot make a decent petrol saw at a profit for £100.

Ignoring the safety issues of these cheap, non-brand Chinese saws, you are DEFINITELY going to want to take it back for repair under warranty. Ebay isn't the place to buy something you will want to return in 18 months.
#12
championadam
VDisillusioned
And if you do then you might as well buy a better one. If I needed to buy another now I wouldn't skimp. I don't think chainsaws are something to treat lightly.

Exactly.

A petrol chainsaw has many, many potential points of mechanical failure. A chainsaw engine runs at somewhere between 10k and 15k rpm depending on the saw. It has a chain running at around 20m/s.

A chainsaw runs flat-out ALL THE TIME it is cutting.

You simply cannot make a decent petrol saw at a profit for £100.

Ignoring the safety issues of these cheap, non-brand Chinese saws, you are DEFINITELY going to want to take it back for repair under warranty. Ebay isn't the place to buy something you will want to return in 18 months.

Yes - but what if it comes with a 3 year warranty like aldi's..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/45cc-petrol-chainsaw-74-99-aldi-1928982?page=3#post22063557
#13
blimeyman

Yes - but what if it comes with a 3 year warranty like aldi's..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/45cc-petrol-chainsaw-74-99-aldi-1928982?page=3#post22063557

Better since it's easy to return.

Thing is though, with a cheap electric saw, it will work then it will stop working. Then you return it and get a new one or refund.

With a cheap petrol saw, it will work for a bit, then it will be a b*st*rd to start, then it will bog down, then it will run but only a while, then refuse to start at all when it's hot. Etc etc.

So much pain! Save yourselves the pain!

Cheap saws worth buying: Efco, Oleo-Mac, Mitox, Mcculloch, ( plus obviously Dolmar, Makita, Stihl, Husqvarna, Echo etc).
#14
championadam
blimeyman

Yes - but what if it comes with a 3 year warranty like aldi's..
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/45cc-petrol-chainsaw-74-99-aldi-1928982?page=3#post22063557

Better since it's easy to return.

Thing is though, with a cheap electric saw, it will work then it will stop working. Then you return it and get a new one or refund.

With a cheap petrol saw, it will work for a bit, then it will be a b*st*rd to start, then it will bog down, then it will run but only a while, then refuse to start at all when it's hot. Etc etc.

So much pain! Save yourselves the pain!

Cheap saws worth buying: Efco, Oleo-Mac, Mitox, Mcculloch, ( plus obviously Dolmar, Makita, Stihl, Husqvarna, Echo etc).

Aldi one it is then - if it turns into what you call a b*****d just return it and get a new one - if it happens again repeat. Happens again - get a refund = free chainsaw use for however long you've had it...
One assumes the 3 year guarantee clock rolls back to zero after each return.
#15
Had one, crap engine. Seriously don't bother.

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