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: There is more and more evidence that this saw has performance issues, like ceasing up after a few years of operation. Dealers claim the operators, but the fault points more towards the manufacturer,
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
Latest review: Tarts easy mostly use it for branch pruning but have used to to drop and cut up a hardwood tree that was 50cm through the trunks with no problems at all. Buy good chains I only use Oregon now as
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
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 bought this Husky as a replacement for my previous ‘big’ saw (a Shindaiwa 757) which had an untimely mechanical issue. My first Husky and I am now a hopeless fanboy - it is the best. Same cc as th
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
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: 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: Have had this for 3 months, lots of power, fast cutting. Easy to start. I use it for cutting firewood.
Only issue is the air filter gets dirty very quickly but is easy to get to and clean
I got a
Latest review: I purchase this over 3 years ago to replace a similar sized petrol chainsaw. I will never go back to a petrol model. It gives about the same cutting time as a petrol tank using the larger 9ah
Latest review: I've been using the Husqvarna 570bts commercially for the last few months. It's a beast of a blower, not for the faint hearted. It starts easily and will happily sit on full throttle until it runs
Latest review: I purchased the cut n break because it's the only tool on the market
That can cut through Concrete reinforced with grade 60 rebar with ease compared to it's only competition, the Concrete chainsaw.
Latest review: This is a brilliant Saw... yes she is a big girl but has lots of power... i rarely use full throttle and it makes sence to have a bigger saw as she dosnt have to work as much. Ive had her 5 years now