Echo CS 3510 Chainsaw Review
Echo CS 3510 Chainsaw - Compact, Light Perfect for Homeowners
I recently assembled and started up the Echo CS 3510 chainsaw. I've used many chainsaws and this one, in my opinion, is a homeowner tool. Most pros who use chainsaws all day long would probably scoff at this handy tool for the same reason you'd want to use a Ford F-250 Super Duty truck as a contractor versus using a small KIA car with a tiny utility trailer.
CLICK or TAP HERE to buy an Echo chainsaw. They come in many different SIZES. You may want a more powerful one.
What Did You Think of the Saw, Tim?
I feel the chainsaw is a fair deal for the price paid. If you know how to use a chainsaw and keep it out of the dirt, it can cut lots of wood just like my monster STIHL with an 18-inch bar. The engine will work well for years if you follow the advice in my Small Engine Care column.
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How Big is the Engine?
The engine is only 34.4 cc. That gives you an indication that this is a saw meant for smaller jobs, not torturing timber trees that are 120 feet tall and 5 feet in diameter at the base.
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How Much Does it Weigh?
The Echo CS 3510 weighs in at 8.2 pounds.
How Long is the Warranty?
The saw comes with a 5-year warranty for homeowners and one-year for commercial operators.