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I would be one of them. I just had my neck reconstructed and I am the sole climber for my company. No more drop starting for me. This makes perfect sense for me.

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I have been waiting for those to 'come across' for a few years now - had some positive reviews on another site.  Bosch also has some available only in Europe

I have been using the Oregon 40V saw for 2+ years, and have tried cutting with the STIHL at demos.  Picked up and 'ran' a Makita top handle at a tool show - could be nice for guys in a tree.

Seeing more and more of these, along with 'families' of OPE, such as string trimmers, hedge trimmers, etc. that use the same batteries.

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I've got a Stihl ms160ce, I think, and the trimmer as well. Decent saw just not as a climber. It will cut all day at the chipper though.

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Makita - can run on a 36V battery, or (2) 18V batteries, if you already have some of their 18V carpentry tools:

http://www.makitatools.com/en-us/Modules/Tools/ToolDetails.aspx?Name=HCU02C1

Uses 3/8 low profile, narrow kerf (Oregon type 90) chain.

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I've run those Makitas and quite frankly they are a toy in comparison. The Husky is what I want.

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The Husky is what I want.

I only see them listed in UK etc for sale.  http://scottisharb.com/husqvarna-t536-li-xp-chainsaw.html

 549.98 Ex VAT.  Product Code: MS-T536LIXP   TAD high with the conversion  549.98 British Pound Sterling equals
911.76 US Dollar  :o


    12" chainsaw
    Battery Voltage: 36V
    Battery Type: Li-ion
    Oil tank volume: 0.2 ltr
    Top handle
    Lightweight

Description

The Husqvarna T536 LI XP is a lightweight and extremely easy to use top handle chainsaw that comes with two batteries and a charger. It is ideal for professional users and arborists. This chainsaw comes with a high chainspeed and provides its users with the best performance possible.

This chainsaw has a number of features including the savE option which provides users with an increased running time. The Li-ion battery provides long lasting power and its petrol performance provides an equally high power as well as reliable operation and a long lasting machine.

The flip up tank cap of this chainsaw is easy to open and the tank has a capacity of 0.2 litres. The T536 LI XP comes with a belt eye let which makes it quick and easy to connect the saw to the climbing harness.
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Yeah we all know chain and operator could throw off test comparsion. Was interesting to see though.

Husqvarna Battery Powered 536 vs Gas Powered 435

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xkC0Nohd1gQ&feature

My neighbor across the highway has a rear handle 435 with .325 NK chain and it cuts a lot better than that 435T
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My neighbor across the highway has a rear handle 435 with .325 NK chain and it cuts a lot better than that 435T




Jim wouldnt those be 2 different 435 motors.
The 435T is a redmax gz3500t 35.23cc     1.94 hp.
The husky 435 rear handle is Sweden husky made 40.9cc     2.2 hp.
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Hmm, still no sign of these in sight? I guess I will have to go across the pond. Ouch$1000

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My neighbor across the highway has a rear handle 435 with .325 NK chain and it cuts a lot better than that 435T




Jim wouldnt those be 2 different 435 motors.
The 435T is a redmax gz3500t 35.23cc     1.94 hp.
The husky 435 rear handle is Sweden husky made 40.9cc     2.2 hp.
You're probably correct. I thought it was a Strato but it could also be a Husqvarna made motor. You've run it and looked at it under the covers.
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