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Husqvarna 536 LiXP vs Stihl 150T
« on: April 20, 2015, 02:09:03 pm »
Husqvarna 536 LiXP vs Stihl 150T

Says = Both saws with new sharp chains and both running at max !
The battery powered Husqvarna 536LiXP vs the Stihl 150T.

Please tell me the stihl 150  isnt that anemic stock?  I so like the idea of the light weight 150. But dang.
So did it bog in the cut or was that operator error.


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Re: Husqvarna 536 LiXP vs Stihl 150T
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2015, 03:32:01 pm »
Hard to beat the torque of the Husky.  We (my tree climbers) demo'ed one for a few days at work and we were pleased with the Power and run time, ergonomics. Cost is too high IMO and you would need multiple batteries ($$$) to do it right.
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Re: Husqvarna 536 LiXP vs Stihl 150T
« Reply #2 on: September 27, 2016, 09:10:35 am »
Last spring Husqvarna Canada had a good deal on the T536 LiXP. Buy the saw, charger, battery and they'll throw in a free battery. Not cheap with a total price equal to a new 562XP but money well spent.

Love this little saw in my tree service with a whole new level of usability. Great at the chipper in feed and up in the tree in a quiet residential neighborhood.
Recently preparing to switch over to 1/4" 71PM chain which will up it performance a bit more.
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Re: Husqvarna 536 LiXP vs Stihl 150T
« Reply #3 on: September 27, 2016, 10:38:46 am »
Perhaps I should add to my last post why the little T536 LiXP  adds a whole new level of usability to my tree service.
For the readers who don't already know I'm a one man tree service and this picture shows all my equipment in one package. Just enough room in the truck's box for the little Husky to fit in with the rest of the saws and gear. :)
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