Titan TTB355CHN 40.5cm 2000W Electric Chainsaw 230V £49.99 @ screwfix
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Titan TTB355CHN 40.5cm 2000W Electric Chainsaw 230V £49.99 @ screwfix

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Found 7th Sep 2015
On offer again at Screwfix in their September Specials promotion.

This has been cheaper in the past by £5 but has not been on offer for around 5 months.

Looking at all the reviews this is a fantastic chainsaw for the money.

From Screwfix.
Electric chainsaw with powerful motor, 13.5m/sec chain speed and automatic chain lubrication. Chain brake activates in less than 0.1 seconds for added operator safety
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Link: Goes well with your hockey mask



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No self respecting chainsaw maniac would be seen dead with an electric chainsaw
That said I bought one of these a couple of years ago and it was great at taking down some pretty big / overgrown trees. Worth every penny.
bought t one last week from lidl that came with a 3 year guarantee and used the £5 voucher to get it for £45
Every self respecting man should own a chain-saw.
No exceptions. No excuses.
Electric chainsaw = chocolate teapot

Be a man , get a petrol one
mickgoodie

bought t one last week from lidl that came with a 3 year guarantee and … bought t one last week from lidl that came with a 3 year guarantee and used the £5 voucher to get it for £45



Lidl chainsaw much better value more powerful 2300w and the 3yr guarantee

I have one of these which I use occasionally - they have a safety feature where the chain stops hard/instantly - as far as I know petrol chains don't have this - and the unit is quite light. Not sure I would buy another but the safety feature is probably worth having - as, lets face it, these things will go through a leg like butter. Don't forget to buy some safety pants.

Titan stuff is not very good quality - its ok for occasional use - but don't expect much.

Edited by: "smurkenstein" 7th Sep 2015
Bought one of these last year after seeing it on offer on hukd at screwfix. We also have a petrol one which recently had the engine seaze (2 stroke oil was full and flowing freely)
These are brilliant for cutting logs so they're then ready to split. Just ploughs through piles of large trunks effortlessly (provided you use it correctly).
Best of all no mucking about with jerry cans or 2 stroke just the odd bit of machine oil.
Not so great when working your way through a wooland area with an extension lead, that's where the petrol ones are a better choice.
smurkenstein

I have one of these which I use occasionally - they have a safety feature … I have one of these which I use occasionally - they have a safety feature where the chain stops hard/instantly - as far as I know petrol chains don't have this - and the unit is quite light. Not sure I would buy another but the safety feature is probably worth having - as, lets face it, these things will go through a leg like butter. Don't forget to buy some safety pants. :)Titan stuff is not very good quality - its ok for occasional use - but don't expect much.



Yes petrol chain saws also have an emergency break
Heat, got this one, goes through bone very effectively. Any offers on cleaning equipment around?
esudl

Heat, got this one, goes through bone very effectively. Any offers on … Heat, got this one, goes through bone very effectively. Any offers on cleaning equipment around?



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I've had one of these for nearly 3 years, I have used it every year to cut wood for my burner. It's fantastic quality, cut some big trees down 1 1/2' diameter. Whoever says Titan is poor quality obviously don't know what they are talking about. I've just stripped it down to clean it, the bar and sprocket are still like brand new.
Edited by: "cllrclarke" 8th Sep 2015
Been waiting for this to come down in price - thanks!
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