Latest review: If you're in the market for a small but reliable saw, forget Stihl and Husqvarna, especially their crap homeowner saws...but even their pro saws below 50cc. The 390sx is a pro saw from Shindaiwa,
Latest review: This is the best value brushcutter with U shaped handles, it's 2 stroke and made by Yamabiko Corp (same model as the Echo SRM-222ES/U although that one doesn't appear to be available for some
Latest review: Just bought the tool a few weeks ago after borrowing the same from a neighbour to cut invading goldenrods in a specific area of my property. It proved so effective, and I had so much need for it for
Latest review: I purchased the item a few weeks ago after using a similar one borrowed from a neighbour. I need to clear wild strawberries outgrowth, as well as wild mulberries, goldenrods and other invasive
Latest review: When I went to buy a pressure washer at the Stihl store, they didn't have the cheaper one... So I bought this cause I wanted one on that day. So happy! This is a powerful beast for what it is. I have
Latest review: Owned my T230X for over a decade. The machine has had a very hard life and continues to perform perfectly despite the abuse dished out to it. I use Bynorm Heavy Duty star shaped line in it which
Latest review: I've been trimming my hedges for quite some time, 12 years to be exact. I've used other brands, and even used the old fashioned manual type. Unfortunately the other brands didn't cut the hedges fine
Latest review: This is my first saw and it took a while for me to really get the hang of its use. It also was subjected to my novice mistakes. It has been a good saw through all of this. I mainly cut wet pine in a
Latest review: I own 2 shindaiwa 488s. I love them. Been cutting for 20 years with them. Keep fresh gas in them and they will run forever. Best overall chain saw that was ever made in my humble opinion. I live
Latest review: 2020 winter was my first year with the 880 ,
Cutting Dry / Seasoned Gum for firewood.
No problems at all , Starts easily and runs nice on 30/1 mix
Definitely use an 880 on big trees , But
Latest review: I checked the reviews and decided to go with the Stihl RE120 as I have had many Stihl products and all have served me well. I was after a machine for use at home, concrete driveway and paved area
Latest review: I dreaded doing the hedges and put it off using a noisy petrol hedger being heavy and hard to start, arms would soon tire and the work would need to be split between two weekends. The Stihl HLA 65
Latest review: Our 3rd Vac and now went for the HD with Still. 4 stars as it is very expensive but yes it works well Ordinary garden with lots of leaves and I wanted to blow the garden beds. The driveway is full
Latest review: After endless research and relying on traditional Stihl quality, I purchased the Stihl 339. However, the performance has been very disappointing.
1. The height settings leave a lot to be desired.
Latest review: Use these at work.
It's a heavy duty machine that can handle some pretty tough work and at the same time it does a good job on diosma and pittosporum. It's on the heavy side and with it's 30"
Latest review: Good machine, cuts small trees and branches very well with a small cut. Not good on trees over 225mm. Recharging batteries takes 2/3 hours, far too long. With 2 batteries you have around 40 minutes
Latest review: I had a small Karcher that worked well until I dropped it off the roof! I searched for alternatives and I was impressed with the build quality of the Stihl. I tend to avoid some of the unknown
Latest review: This machine isn't without its drawbacks:
- it's heavy - similar machines from other brands (eg Stihl, Efco, Husky etc) are lighter.
- the blowing tube is made up of 3 pieces; 2 tube lengths and a
Latest review: This chainsaw performs like a petrol driven chainsaw only it is a lot lighter to handle. I used this saw for the first time on our travels through NSW and QLD, we free camp the majority of the time