TIMBERPRO 62cc 20" Petrol Chainsaw. High quality designed for both professional and domestic use.
Comes with a 2 year warranty for home use, includes a carry bag and 2 chains, tool kit and detailed user manual.
- Powerful 62cc Air Cooled 2 Stroke Engine
- Blade Length: 20"
- Automatic Chain Lubrication
- Side Mounted Chain Tensioner
- Alloy Starting Mechanism
- Assisted Starting System
- Fuel Mixture: 25/1
- Fuel Tank capacity: 550ml
- Chain Oil Capacity: 260ml
- Blade Guard
- Fuel Mixing Bottle
- 2 Chains
- Chainsaw Carry/Storage Bag
- Toolkit in storage case
- Detailed English user manual
- 2 Year Warranty
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Good little chainsaw. Ideal for heavy domestic use. One caveat, in hot weather this chain saw does not need choke activated. If you do use the choke in hot weather the carburettor floods necessitating removal of spark plug for drying out. Other than that, good cheap chainsaw
First thing to note - this is a Chinese saw that is branded under several different names. All are pretty much the same. The factory also produces a top handle version with the same overall details. I have had a top handle version in the past and encountered a few issues which I expect could happen with this one too.
Good things -
Price. Cant quibble on the value front. Sure its not an oregon bar our branded chain but that would add like £50at least. I think the chain will need fairly frequent sharpening (particularly as many buyers are inexperienced and will end up cutting dirt etc) but this is not a massive issue. The bar does not have proper roller bearings in the tip (just a simple bearing) so please lube it frequently.
Assembly and starting - were effortless. Timberpro have included a "getting started" leaflet on the outside of the box which will help home users. Other sellers have not so this is a tick for Timberpro.
General feel, use etc - can't fault it for the price. Power was as expected for a 62cc. I would be cautious going up to the 24" bar. It will eat the power up.
Not so good -
Chain brake spring is strong which makes application hard. It could break the pin and possibly be hard to apply in a danger situation.
The chain brake cover was slightly misaligned on my sawv which meant that once the bar nuts were fully tightened it tended to put pressure on the chain slightly which would cause wear. The top handle was the same as well. I cut out a shim plate about 1.4mm thick to go between the bar and cover and this cured the problem.
The chain oiler stops oiling if the tank gets down to 1/3 full so refill early.
Final issue is the chain tensioner. It's the same as the top handle was 4 yrs ago. Poor design with a crown gear meshing with a helical. The top handle stripped after a few weeks of use and I needed to weld a screw head onto the end of the shaft. This cured it. But i appreciate that not all users will have a welder.
Summing up. This saw is 1/4 of the price of either of my Huskys and certainly works very well if you know what you are doing. If you are a complete amateur then you may well not spot the small problems early on and end up with a saw failure meaning you will rate it poorly.
If you have no idea about chainsaws then I'd recommend going to a proper shop and getting pro advice and instruction. If you know the score and are handy then 10/10 from me
I have had my saw for a year now, it has never faulted, I have felled five large trees and cut them up without any issues.
Generally it looks a bit prehistoric but it is a hardy machine.
Well worth the money, I would purchase another if it broke.
Not much experience with chain saws, as this is the first one that I've purchased. A little tricky to put together, but once together she handles beautifully. Ideal for sawing logs for the wood burner and have no hesitation in recommending this unit for anyone wishing to purchase a very reasonably priced unit
Ordered this saw on a Saturday and received it the following Tuesday. Simple assembly oil an gas and she fired right up! Noticed that when I went to cut a log that the saw was under powered and just seemed to lag. A couple adjustments to the carb and she was eating those logs like a fat kid eats cake! Good service and quick shipping. This saw does everything a Stihl can with out the price tag of a Stihl. The only issue I have is the chain brake is so stiff that when I went to engage it the cheap plastic pin sheared off and the spring went flying. Pretty pissed about that. Couldnt use a better material for a Pin than Plastic???? Still it is a great running and working machine. Good on fuel and Oil for a 62cc
Good chainsaw.. and good service.. i will be purchasing more from Timberpro in future.. good powerful engine .. a little heavy on juice.. but still a great chainsaw for the price.. so far a cood company to deal with too.. i have no complaints an would recomend this Company and chainsaw.
The saw has been tested with various sizes and species of tree almost daily over the last three or four months. Still can't find a problem with it.. I'm under no illusions that it will last as long as a premium brand but, as I can buy several for the price of one of the big names, I don't really care.
As I've used a chainsaw for the past 10 years, the assembly was nothing - all that was needed was to attach the bar and chain which was done in 3 minutes.
Starting: Was amazed from the instructions, it started with ease on the first pull after the initial choke pull ( I was so used to pulling 10 times on my old machine this seemed a doddle)
Operation: Sawed a 16" diameter trunk in no time, reviews from other sites said the chain was bad quality but it seemed good to me. I used it for 30 minutes continuously until I had to let it cool for 5 minutes as it was hot. But there was no problems starting after and the chain was still sharp!
Conclusion: After my old chainsaw was driving me crazy, (not starting, playing up after 10 minutes of use etc) I thought I'd dish out £300 + and get a Stihl or Makita. Then I luckily found Timperpro,after reading the reviews on the 62cc 20" chainsaw - I thought hold on it's a 3rd of the price on the lowest spec Stihl!
So went ahead and got it and I'm pleased with the purchase so far!