The TIMBERPRO CS-6150 16" & 20" Petrol Chainsaw comes with a 16" and a 20" Guide Bar, and 16" and 20" Chains.
Manufactured from high quality materials and designed to get the job done with ease. Easy to start with a complete kit including carry case and all required tools.
Fitted with a powerful 62cc 2 stroke petrol engine, it is powerful enough to get the job done easily and quickly.
Easy to handle and lightweight, with 2 different sized bars it is ideal for cutting logs for the fire around the home and felling trees for the professionals.
- Engine Type: Single cylinder, 2-stroke, air-cooled.
- Engine Size: 62 cc.
- Power: 3.6 HP.
- Saw blade Length: 16" (40.6 cm) & 20" (50cm)
- 2 x chain: 325" - 1.5 mm..
- Fuel Mixture: 25/1.
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 550 ml.
- Chain Oil Capacity: 260 ml.
- Automatic chain lubrication.
- Lateral Adjustment Chain Tensioner.
- Easy Start System.
- Weight: 5.4 kg (without blade and chain).
- Carrying Bag.
- 1x 20" Bar and Chain & 1x 16" Bar and Chain.
- Saw Blade Guard.
- Fuel Mixing Bottle.
- Tool Kit With Storage Bag.
- English User Manual.
- 2 Year Return to Base Warranty
Other Details2 Year Return to Base Warranty for Home Users, 3 Month Return to Base Warranty for Professional Users.
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Easy to assemble, started right up. For the price, it's quite a bargain. I did have to adjust the chain a couple times after the first few cuts, but after that no issues. Would recommend highly.
I've had the saw for a week now, been using a Husky for years (CD 480) which finally gave up the ghost, had a look round and decided to give this a go as for £90 what was there to lose? What a surprise! yes it may be a bit more thirsty than the Husky but cut up a 6 ton wind blown in just over hour, first cut as good as the last so impressed with the chain as well, had to tighten at end, but any new chain would do that, but only half turn on the side screw. Awesome as far as I'm concerned.
I was most impressed with this product when I unpacked and assembled it. I normally buy leading brand chainsaws which are 3 to 4 times the price. This product and is well made. I have used it for a day so far and could not fault it. Its great value for money as it only needs to last 2 years compared to leading brands.
Chain saw arrived in good time. packaged well with a 1 page get your chainsaw going instruction sheet for those who do not understand american English. Have had chainsaws for many years so easy to put together, nice feature of the side chain tensioning screw a good improvement . followed the start instructions but very hesitant by reading the experiences of others. Started just as predicted once in use starts every time if still warm do not touch the choke!! When cold as explained do not push the choke back in before starting. use the hand trigger as explained. chain did stretch as said by others but adjustment easy. The chain gauge is american so you will have to order replacements instead of using existing spare chains. My opinion best saw have ever had use 1.40 to reduce smoke. At 1.25 its too smokey for me and that the only reason i did not five it 5 stars.
This saw has met and surpassed my expectations. I have had it for almost 2 weeks now and have used it 4 or 5 times. Oak, hickory, hard maple, poplar...its all the same to it. I bought it for a firewood saw...and a damn fine one it is. Everytime I use it, I ask myself "did I really buy this saw THAT cheap?". I have used my old bar oil formula(1 part Lucas Oil Stabilizer to 3 parts 10w30 motor oil) for the chain and as usual, it works wonders. What comes with the saw are not the highest quality bar/chains by any means, but if you use the right lube, they'll last for a very long time. The Oil Stabilizer keeps the chain alot cooler which drastically cuts down on stretching. YOU CANNOT RUSH THIS SAW so have patience with it...its not a big timber saw, even though the name implies it. Let it cut at it own pace and it will do just fine. I have read that some folks have had to adjust the carb and oiler settings for best performance...not so with mine. It has ran and oiled perfectly, through at least a dozen fuel/oil cycles, right out of the box. I am so impressed with TIMBERPRO, that I have purchased the little Top Handle saw they offer as well...should be here tomorrow. I'm also seriously considering buying another 62cc package (16" & 20" bars and chains), so I can have a 20" saw, a 16" saw, and the little Top handle 10" saw as my firewood equipment. I come from a family of Loggers...trust me, I was very skeptical and did alot of research before I bought a TIMBERPRO saw. So I say, if you need a great little firewood saw, then don't think about it...just buy it. You'll be happy with it.
Recently purchased this chain saw must say I am well impressed working along side a £600 well known manufacturer chain saw this timber pro machine keeps up with this all day at a fraction of the price slightly heavier on gas thou about a litre a day
Bought on the strength of this saw's good reviews. Yes the covers/fairings are plasticy (polycarb? polyprop?) but as everything mission critical (front handle + chain guidebar) is made of metal and is bolted to the chassis, I'm happy. The bar mount/brake assembly is a built quite lightly and is also plastic, but seems effective enough. The choke control again is plastic, but is only proud of the rest of the saw when the choke is on, so in use, or when stored I wouldn't say it's prone to being broken easily.
The Good Bits:
Very easy to start straight out of the box if you follow the explicit instructions. When warm, starts first pull every time. Ticks over and revs out fine, so factory carb settings seem OK to me. It's also very responsive when you blip the throttle. The plug and air filter are accessible within seconds, so what's not to like?
Managed to take down a 45ft sycamore about 22" dia at the base, from the top down (removed limbs with bow saw first) using the 20" chain/bar provided before the chain needed sharpening although I would go with others comments regarding the virtue of fitting an Oregon chain. It seems to be using about half a tank of chain oil to a tank of fuel which seems OK.
So to summarise, unless I discover after more use that the piston rings or crank seals are made of chocolate, for the price, I'm gonna say this saw is dammed good value as I'm not going to use it commercially. I love it.
I was at first skeptical of purchasing a saw that I had never seen in person.This on top of being a over seas purchase I had a lot of skepticism.My first impression was that it felt really light and that it couldn't be that powerful.I ran the 16" bar first and was immediately surprised how well it ran.Has a lot of rpm range and I never felt like I was over workng the saw.All around after 2 days I'd have to say I'm very happy with my purchase of the Timberpro 6150.