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Choosing a chainsaw – How to choose a chainsaw video

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ Choosing a chainsaw? What chainsaw to buy? How to choose a chainsaw. If you are looking to buy your first chainsaw and don't know which chainsaw to buy, or thinking of upgrading your chainsaw this video is for you. Durability, ease of servicing and suitability are some of the factors David Vickers (http://drivelink.blogspot.com) from Sparsholt College considers . He looks at a range of Stihl and Husqvarna chainsaws loaned from Winchester Garden Machinery. Clear, practical tips and advice from somebody who uses chainsaws and teaches others to use them. Machines include Stihl MS 171, Stihl MS230, Husqvarna 460 Rancher, and Husqvarna 570 for the professional

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practical thanks

The embodiment channel

October 4, 2011

we need to use it once a week all day we have multiple trees and mini woodland and felling 5/ 10 inch trees

raphael papamichael

November 20, 2011

Thanks for the great information !! I'm buying some property with lots of trees and I was torn between the husqvarna 460 or the 570 and after seeing your video, you have helped me make my mind up, I will be buying the 570.

Ataripitbull

January 9, 2012

I used a variety of chainsaws ( size and make ) and this video gives a slightly biased opinion. He only shows small Stihls and large Husqvarna. I find the Stihls are far easier to maintain and as duarable if not more so than the Husqvana, although the Husqvana does cut faster.

flintstone1red

January 28, 2012

i use both and yes husqvarna cuts faster but its all personal preference

Nsmith

April 3, 2012

Stihl/Husqarna and Dolmar are the best.

Jan Rietdijk

April 10, 2012

husqvarnas and stihls are top but stihls are more exepnsive without a reason.so husqy.

MrEasternwind

April 16, 2012

I agree. I also find it more important to have saw that lasts long without any problems than how fast you can cut a tree. Huskys and Stihls both do a good job and I really don't care if a tree falls in 1 minute or in 1.2.

KnorpelDeluxe

April 23, 2012

Hi Dave, I took my CS30 on your course with you at Sparsholt in October 2011 (I was the big guy Stuart) after I was the only one learning with an Husqvarna on that course I ended up buying a Husky 560xp from WGM so now I wouldn't buy anything else. What a great place at Sparsholt and a very relaxed course in your hands. I must say these videos are much better quality now 😉

Stuart Hall

May 15, 2012

the biggest thing is they didnt talk about how hard it is to change the chain on the husqvana

goldmaz23

June 14, 2012


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