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Ryobi RCS3535A 35cm 1hp Petrol Chainsaw £89.99 + free delivery and extra 10% off with voucher @ Screwfix direct
Ryobi RCS3535A 35cm 1hp Petrol Chainsaw £89.99 + free delivery and extra 10% off with voucher @ Screwfix direct

Ryobi RCS3535A 35cm 1hp Petrol Chainsaw £89.99 + free delivery and extra 10% off with voucher @ Screwfix direct

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Never used a Ryobi chain saw, the reviews seem reasonable and the price is superb, spares should not be a problem, (if needed!), if their drills are anything to go by. Might get one as a backup for the trusty Husky, (getting on a bit and throws a few wobblys now and then). Nice weight for a saw.
Few more specs.
Ryobi RCS-3535CA Petrol Chain Saw 350mm / 14" Bar Length 35cc 2 Stroke Engine

Features:
- Larger starting handle for improved grip - USEFUL FOR LOGGING
- Zip-start makes starting much less effort - DECOMPRESSOR? VERY USEFUL IF SO, (saves a lot of cursing when the cord snigs)
- Fast acting inertia chain brake - ESSENTIAL
- Large silencer for quiet operation - SUNDAY WORKER!
- Automatic chain gear lubrication - STANDARD
- Easy access to all fuel and oil levels - !
- 3-point anti- vibration handles - ESSENTIAL
- Tool less chain tensioning - HANDY

Specifications:
Engine capacity - 35cc
Chain bar length - 350mm
Tank capacity - 0.575L
Chain oil capacity - 0.35L
Weight - 4.5kg
Very nice find.
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I managed to get the 16" version of this when B&Q had them for £80. I have just used it for the first time - very impressed!

Well it's nothing brilliant but for the price it was last year (£90) it's defaintly a consideration, the features are pretty good: toolless chain tensioning and an inertia chainbrake. I don't own one because I prefer Japanese built chainsaws. It's done fairly well, it's lasted a year so far with no catastrophic error. Problems with it are the chain keeps falling off every so often, this may be a user error because it's only happened to me twice yet it happened many times to the owner of the saw.

Other problems are the terrible plastic used on it, which I can imagine cracking or splitting quite soon. Other than that what more would you expect for £90? I wouldn't reccomend one, if I come accross somebody wanting a cheap chainsaw I will recommend the Hitachi CS33EB any day over it. Though spend another £110 and buy a high quality Shindaiwa 285S. Japanese saws are much better than Chinese saws by a large margin.
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