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The TIMBERPRO CS-2500 26cc Petrol Top Handled Chainsaw comes fitted witha high quality 10" bar and chain, and is ideal for those jobs requiring a smaller chainsaw, such as topping, or removing branches.
Fitted with a powerful 26cc full crank engine, it is designed for both professional and home use. Supplied with 2 chains, detailed user manual, tool kit in storage case and a carrying bag keeping everything together ready for use.
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Posted by Glen in Illinois on 25th Apr 2017
I purchased the saw on Monday Afternoon, and received it on Thursday in Illinois. Starts easy, quite a bit of power for such a little saw. I used it all day long and filled the tank 3 times, great little saw for the money. You will not be disappointed.
Posted by alan safe on 31st Jan 2017
early days but very impressed with this chainsaw, I have always used Stihl products in the past could have saved a fortune.
Posted by Todd on 31st Jan 2017
Burns to much gas and needs a bigger bar. Could use a bigger fuel tank to hold more gas. Other than that can't complain for the price
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jan 2017
Good product-fast delivery -had slight problem initially with starting the machine was resolved over the phone. Promptly.
Will use this company again, would recommend.
Posted by Robert Harsch on 22nd Jan 2017
Ok, this is chainsaw #2 Ive ordered from Timberpro...and just like the first one(62cc), it arrived in 3 business days, FROM ENGLAND TO INDIANA!!! I took it out of the box, assembled it, fuel and oiled it, pushed the primer bulb 6 times, and 4 pulls later, it was off and running. The idle was set perfectly at the factory...had to adjust the low and high a little bit but who cares. I took this, my other saw, and went to work. It does exactly what they claim it does and makes a fine little limbing saw. It uses fuel fairly and the oiler works great too. I highly recommend this saw for anyone who harvests their own firewood. It makes very quick work of de-limbing/topping trees to make ready for blocking.
Posted by Tra on 17th Jan 2017
First you raise your eyebrow when you are used to seeing the price of Stihl and Husky, but I was bold, and purchased one. I didn't have very high expectations as I usually on buy something I know that will be full of quality. I laughed at the color of it when I took it out of the box, and half expected it to say "Mattel or Playskool" on it somewhere. So I put it together, took it outside and just played with it on the first day. I looked at it differently after that since I use a chainsaw a lot. Took it to a tree job the next day and worked it all day. The chain itself is not a quality chain but the saw,,, oh wow was I impressed. I hardly picked up my stihl at all for anything except dropping trees, and once I got down to 10 inch or less, I picked up this little saw and was zipping off limbs and now it is part of my plan to do jobs. It is a handy little saw with plenty of power to spare.
Posted by Unknown on 11th Jan 2017
Got here in Canada quick, but was not working.... Good chance I 'am Technical, the fuel Line was quink inside the case.... Now working fine ... Watch the screws, easy to strip in that cheap plastic.
ok for the prices
Posted by Tra on 10th Jan 2017
I fully expected to write a scathing review. I was totally laughing when I pulled it out of the box and it looked like it should have playskool written on it somewhere. I put it together, I put mix and oil in it, I primed it, I choked it, it started with 2 pulls. Inside I was laughing,, but when I set it on a pine that was 8 inches thick, and it ripped right through it, I was totally shocked, and had to keep going. Used it off and on all day, no issues at all. It has a lot of power to weight ratio. The chain did become loose, but that is to be expected of any new chain. I think I will buy a couple more,,, just because I would rather have 3 of these, than just one Stihl.
Posted by Daniel Warwick on 10th Jan 2017
Being a qualified arborist I was very sceptical about a cheap top handle chainsaw but after using it i was very pleasantly surprised.It may not be as well made or powerful as it's exspensive counterparts,but for the price you pay its a fantastic little saw.
Posted by Clive G on 28th Dec 2016
Great little saw for the bucks, not high end but light work @ 25:1 with top oil should be good.
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