With Poulan, nothing cuts like a pro. Their chainsaws provide its user the latest and greatest features at a very competitive price. This Poulan Pro gas-powered chainsaw offers an easy pull start system and reduced vibration handle to minimize fatigue for the operator. Enhanced with 50 cc DuraLife engine, Purge and Spring Assist and tool-less access to air filter and spark plug, this chainsaw will provide you with the optimum performance as well as ease in operation and maintenance. It also features SuperClean air filter system and automatic chain oiler. This product is packages with a carrying case.
Chainsaws are indeed important things but can be funny art some point. They are amazing and the amount of brand loyalty provided by some people to some brands is quite surprising. I think that Stihl is a great brand but the price seems to be overkill.
Chainsaws are one of the things that you have to research on. After doing such, I decided to purchase this newest Poulan model. It is a tough little saw but is terrible, as the saying “small but terrible”. But I don’t mean any negativity. It has a great quality feel overall. Just to give you information, the old Poulan models are being phased out everywhere, the “AVX”. They seem to have troublesome features about finger controlled chain adjuster, particularly plastic that can break. You would come across reviews about AVX models about durability.
The “AV” model still has the old style chain adjuster in it. But my ground for choosing this is its 50 cc engine along with the newer and tougher features. Most of all is the price, $179-199 online, not a bad deal considering the features. Would’ve bought an ECHO though but it was $100 more expensive and lesser engine displacement. Also, Husqvarna owns Poulan, quality guaranteed. I spent last weekend cleaning up a lot and the chainsaw didn’t give me any problems. With its plastic case, the mess was kept in one place.
Useful tips: One, do not attempt to estimate gas/oil mixture using your sight, measure it. Second, for easy access from outside the saw, secure a carb adjust tool. Third, drain out any oil or gas if you won’t be using the chainsaw for months.
Only time will tell how long this Poulan chainsaw will last. But this is really a great deal. As for me, I am an occasional user so this should serve me for years. If I’m running a business out of cutting timber, I would prefer the expensive ones like Stihl. But as for my needs, this is enough.