Makita EA3110T25B Motos Ierra 30.1cc Chainsaw now £204.41 delivered at Amazon
168°

Makita EA3110T25B Motos Ierra 30.1cc Chainsaw now £204.41 delivered at Amazon

£204.41£219.957%Amazon Deals
18
Posted 9th Aug
  • Has a 2 stroke petrol motor for with strict guidelines the emissions -
  • Assis signature Ted recoil starter spring mechanism and primer, the
  • Compact and light weight body for better handling
  • Low vibration achieved by means of the acceptance of rubber and feather like, high components
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Top handled chainsaws like this are normally used by arborists and are more dangerous than standard chainsaws particularly in the hands of the untrained user.
8ANNED09/08/2019 13:50

How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, …How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, intrinsically dangerous spinning piece of uncompromisingly indiscriminate sharp metal?


Look up "chainsaw kickback injuries". You're far more likely to get kickback operating a light top handle machine with one hand than using two hands on a standard machine. Chainsaws are lethal...don't buy one. If you do buy the full Kevlar safety gear head to toe. Personally, I think they should only be sold to qualified individuals.
18 Comments
38235508-2quzt.jpg
Can I use this to cut my neighbors tree?
Looks like a good price for this model, which only seems to be available on Italian sites! Possible 6% Topcashback as well.
JC199709/08/2019 12:01

Can I use this to cut my neighbors tree?


You can use it to cut the neighbour.
Is it ULEZ compliant?
Top handled chainsaws like this are normally used by arborists and are more dangerous than standard chainsaws particularly in the hands of the untrained user.
rossbr09/08/2019 13:30

Top handled chainsaws like this are normally used by arborists and are …Top handled chainsaws like this are normally used by arborists and are more dangerous than standard chainsaws particularly in the hands of the untrained user.


How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, intrinsically dangerous spinning piece of uncompromisingly indiscriminate sharp metal?
8ANNED09/08/2019 13:50

How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, …How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, intrinsically dangerous spinning piece of uncompromisingly indiscriminate sharp metal?


Top handled chainsaws are small and compact for ease of use while up a tree, therefore the top and rear handles are a lot closer together than a normal saw, this causes them to be a lot harder to control with 2 hands and they kick a lot easier. They shouldn't be used on the ground, and should only ever be used by a professional up a tree. At one stage Stihl wouldn't sell top handle saws to non abortionists, or non professionals, and i think it still says in their manual that they shouldn't be used on the ground.
8ANNED09/08/2019 13:50

How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, …How can one chainsaw be more dangerous than another, inherently, intrinsically dangerous spinning piece of uncompromisingly indiscriminate sharp metal?


Look up "chainsaw kickback injuries". You're far more likely to get kickback operating a light top handle machine with one hand than using two hands on a standard machine. Chainsaws are lethal...don't buy one. If you do buy the full Kevlar safety gear head to toe. Personally, I think they should only be sold to qualified individuals.
twix4109/08/2019 15:06

Top handled chainsaws are small and compact for ease of use while up a …Top handled chainsaws are small and compact for ease of use while up a tree, therefore the top and rear handles are a lot closer together than a normal saw, this causes them to be a lot harder to control with 2 hands and they kick a lot easier. They shouldn't be used on the ground, and should only ever be used by a professional up a tree. At one stage Stihl wouldn't sell top handle saws to non abortionists, or non professionals, and i think it still says in their manual that they shouldn't be used on the ground.


Would this saw cut a long story short????
mtcleaning83_.09/08/2019 17:15

Would this saw cut a long story short????


Only if you used it properly, otherwise you run the risk of the story going on and on again.
I don't think you have a limb to stand on....
twix4109/08/2019 15:06

Top handled chainsaws are small and compact for ease of use while up a …Top handled chainsaws are small and compact for ease of use while up a tree, therefore the top and rear handles are a lot closer together than a normal saw, this causes them to be a lot harder to control with 2 hands and they kick a lot easier. They shouldn't be used on the ground, and should only ever be used by a professional up a tree. At one stage Stihl wouldn't sell top handle saws to non abortionists, or non professionals, and i think it still says in their manual that they shouldn't be used on the ground.


What’s having an abortion got to do with chainsaws
thepaw8309/08/2019 15:10

Look up "chainsaw kickback injuries". You're far more likely to get …Look up "chainsaw kickback injuries". You're far more likely to get kickback operating a light top handle machine with one hand than using two hands on a standard machine. Chainsaws are lethal...don't buy one. If you do buy the full Kevlar safety gear head to toe. Personally, I think they should only be sold to qualified individuals.


Funny that. In the summer I use my chainsaw (Husqvarna 455) in shorts and sandals.
I find it focuses the mind.
Edited by: "knobbly" 9th Aug
mtcleaning83_.09/08/2019 17:15

Would this saw cut a long story short????


It could do. It could also give it a pretty gruesome ending.
That might not make the directors cut though.....ta dar!
I personally recommend (for the amateur) the oregon li-ion chainsaw with the ability to sharpen it built into the machine, yes the chains are dearer but a lot less faff & a few seconds (literally) has the teeth ready to work with only the battery charging to slow you.

Its not a wood processors unit, but good enough for hedge laying with a few batteries going on charge, cool & use cycles, therefore likely to be an ok (no starting problems) for the occasional user not felling 60 year old tree's. just clearing up & small portions of logs for the woodburner.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text