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
Latest review: The mower seems well made. It's light and easy to maneuver, starts easily and the small catcher is easy to use and works well. However, it is simply lacking the power to cut grass that is over a
Latest review: One of the fastest self propelled single speed mowers available other brands seem too slow. Clutch engagement is super smooth. Height adjustment is one of the best Ive seen. Powerful motor, but seems
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
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
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
Latest review: This mower will chew through the long grass in a paddock, but it also gives you an amazing finish on your precious lawn around the house. Mighty power and great finish, solid and reliable, had it 2.5
Latest review: I've owned this unit for about 5 years now and have never had an issue with it. I use it on every every two weeks, so it's got some good mileage on it. Has always started second
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
Latest review: No power, consistently blocks up in the throat, refuses to restart after use. My ryobi kicks is a far better machine and never dies. Dont waste your money buying
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
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,
Latest review: I’ve owned several small chain saws , the 455 has not let me down. Easy to start and I use it almost on a weekly basis , sometimes everyday when cutting wood or building a log cabin . Knock on wood ,
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
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
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.
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
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
Latest review: For me I would suggest this brand is for left handed users as it spins counter clockwise. I have a large residential block with rocky edges. I have used 3 other brands and this machine caters to my
Latest review: Saw was OK when new but now is a problem. Starts ok when cold, not when hot.
Due to the single nut bar tightening used on this saw it is not possible to keep the bar from retracting. This causes the