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Husqvarna 395XP

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 395XP

4.5 from 14 reviews

Latest review: I have owned my Husky 395Xp for 12 years, It is the Best chainsaw ever made without a doubt. It has NOT cost me 1 cent, never let me down, and HUSQVARNA still make this model. There is no difference

Husqvarna LC18

Petrol Lawn MowersHusqvarna LC18

3.1 from 44 reviews

Latest review: Purchased the Husqvarna LC18 in May 2019. Perfect for my front lawn. Weekly usage is 40 mins. For my lawn, it's perfect, not big and grass is cut nicely. The catcher is perfect too. The mower usually

Husqvarna 562 XP AutoTune

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 562 XP AutoTune

3.2 from 25 reviews

Latest review: Great saw but air filter could be better when cutting dry hardwood I use two stroke oil on the filter and it can sometimes have a hot start issue but only in very hot

Husqvarna LC 19

Petrol Lawn MowersHusqvarna LC 19 · includes 4 listings

3.0 from 35 reviews

Latest review: Hi everyone. I bought this based on name of Husqvarna after my $200 sanli mower eventually gave up. The mower is seriously under powered for my block which is slightly hilly. I end up pushing it

Husqvarna 236 E Series

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 236 E Series

2.9 from 36 reviews

Latest review: I bought the 236 when my passed down 15yr old Stihl from my father finally packed it in. The huski Is actually larger than the little stihl I had so I had very high hopes of being able cut through

Husqvarna 200 Series

Ride-On MowersHusqvarna 200 Series · includes 3 listings

2.7 from 41 reviews

Latest review: Used on steep inclines and over large debris for 7 years. Only issue was air locking of petrol tank. Clutch now needs service. Great machine to mow regular and irregular

Husqvarna TS 300 Series

Ride-On MowersHusqvarna TS 300 Series · includes 4 listings

2.9 from 20 reviews

Latest review: It’s got such a tight turning circle, reserve fuel tank, locked diff, bulk torque for steep hills. Mechanically so easy to extract deck to sharpen blades etc. I’ve got a Stihl chainsaw as it’s better

Husqvarna 122

Petrol Whipper SnippersHusqvarna 122 · includes 3 listings

2.5 from 23 reviews

Latest review: I've owned my 122LD for about 8 years now and am on to my third fuel tank. Husqvarna refuse to honour the consumer warranty on the machine despite the known fault with the fuel tank splitting. At

Husqvarna 100 Series

Ride-On MowersHusqvarna 100 Series · includes 2 listings

3.1 from 12 reviews

Latest review: I've had this machine less than a year and two transmission belts already. We have a cutting season of 3-4 months of which 1 month both last year and this is spent getting a new belt. Awful

Husqvarna 125B/BVx

Petrol Blower VacuumsHusqvarna 125B/BVx · includes 2 listings

2.4 from 22 reviews

Latest review: I was bit nervous, after reading the reviews here, I was after a Vacuum/shredder option and this came at a good price, starts easily and is a powerful enough blower and

Husqvarna 240 E-Series

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 240 E-Series

2.2 from 10 reviews

Latest review: I brought the 240e run 5 tanks of gas though it and had shop tune and check . This saw has done way too much work cut a power of fire wood . Willow, Bluegum, and Pine ! Chain has never come loose and

Husqvarna PW 460

Electric Pressure WashersHusqvarna PW 460

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I have owned a Lavor (Italian) single phase pressure washer for about 15 years, and it performed admirably, despite a lot of abuse and hard work. However, it has been leaking water out of the head

Husqvarna 455 Rancher

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 455 Rancher

5.0 from 7 reviews

Latest review: Had my Husqvarna 455 Rancher for almost 10 years. Mainly used around winter for fire wood but has done the odd tree clearing as well. Not to big and not too small. Never had an issue starting even

Husqvarna 565 AutoTune

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 565 AutoTune

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Brought this saw in April and have had no issues at all. It starts easily and cuts through hard Jarrah with ease. It’s light enough to use for hours and uses less fuel than previous saws that I have o

Husqvarna 120i

Battery ChainsawsHusqvarna 120i

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: I've previously reviewed another battery-powered chainsaw (Black & Decker's GKC 1820 L-XE) and rated it highly. I extolled its virtues for light work on a small rural property; and back then (early

Husqvarna 390 XP

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna 390 XP

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Recently picked up the 390, its my first saw and I love it. I find it really basic and easy to use. I like the way the air filter is fastened with a bolt, not just pushed on like some saws, the

Husqvarna R 120C

Ride-On MowersHusqvarna R 120C

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: Researched many mowers, from cheap to much more in price, and talked to many owners of ride ons, and decided on a 'rider' with the blades at the front. Its my first ride on, and its great,

Husqvarna 135R

Petrol Whipper SnippersHusqvarna 135R

5.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Great value for money machine. Tested it in some really think grass and the torque drove the line or blade with ease. Some people i know use this same machine commercially and are very happy with it.

Husqvarna 536LiLX

Petrol Whipper SnippersHusqvarna 536LiLX

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: i use the grass trimmer on about 3/4 acre and it works really good the battery only just lasts the distance eco mode its a bit crap but on full power it works terrific it is rather exspensive but

Husqvarna T435

Petrol ChainsawsHusqvarna T435

5.0 from 1 review

Latest review: If you can afford it this saw it is a real gem. I use it for camping and caravanning for fire wood and it performs on dry aussie hardwords. Starts first time every time and it's light weight means

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