Monday, 5 October 2015

The ECHO CS-2510TES product test

Tim Kirk, managing director of TKF Training was lucky enough to get his hands on the new ECHO CS-2510TES top handle chainsaw. Below are his thoughts when he did a product test in the summer.

'I was recently given the new ECHO CS-2510TES top handle chainsaw to test. It must be one of the smallest chainsaws on the market, I was very fortunate to get my hands on it as it is the only one in the country.'

'The saw was fitted with a 10” bar and chain and I have to say, it was very light. I used Aspen pre-mixed 2 stroke fuel and ECHO Bar and Chain oil. The saw started easily and ran smoothly. I removed several branches of varying sizes and found the wrap around handle that came back at 45° very good.'

'Now for the big test for such a small saw - the removal of limbs between 150 - 200mm. I was amazed the saw cut through Oak and Beech without a dip in power - it continued to cut safely and efficiently. I gave the saw to two local authority tree surgeons to also put to the test. Both guys were suitably surprised and impressed. The icing on the cake was when I used the starter cord toggle as a tool to open the fuel and oil filler caps.'

'Look out for the ECHO CS-2510TES when it appears on the market, I suspect it will go like hot cakes.'


Download the marketing bulletin for the new saw today. The bulletin includes all of the key features and benefits for this superb ECHO machine.

3 comments:

  1. Just purchased the cs2510tes. Very light and responsive, BUT. If it was fitted with a .043 bar and chain much like the stihl ms150 it would be truly a great little saw. Any reason why echo didn't?

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  2. Just purchased the cs2510tes. Very light and responsive, BUT. If it was fitted with a .043 bar and chain much like the stihl ms150 it would be truly a great little saw. Any reason why echo didn't?

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