Author Topic: Oregon Stihl Husky battery powered trim saws  (Read 5898 times)

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Re: Oregon Stihl Husky battery powered trim saws
« Reply #40 on: December 08, 2012, 12:42:55 pm »
They seem to fit a growing niche. Too heavy and expensive for the average consumer and will never replace the gas saw even for small jobs. Building contractors and arborists could find it very useful.
I have tried it and even though I am old school I liked it. It has a nice feel and balance, much like a 40 cc gas, and cut decently. Would make a good camp saw, the neighbors complain about my Husky 35 :D
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