Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw Review
Husqvarna 350 Chainsaw Review
The Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is a powerful chainsaw from Husqvarna. The chainsaw itself is sleek, and it has a very simple design. Personally, I can’t fault the sound of the motor since most chainsaws will be loud but it just sounds a little more off than other chainsaws, as if it were a bit more bestial. And it shows the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw hacks through wood much faster than you would expect it to. The Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is ideal for both residential use and large land owners because this little chainsaw is very versatile and powerful.
The Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is not only sleek; it is also durable and reliable. Cutting up wood for your winter stock, firelogs, and other small jobs are secure with this chainsaw. A good thing about the Husqvarna 350 is that even though it sounds more bestial than other chainsaws it has very little vibration when it makes contact with wood something that is good and will be easily noticed once one spends a whole day cutting up wood. This is because the Husqvarna 350 has a dampening system to prevent excessive vibration feedback, which is essential. I for one have gotten blisters from powerfully vibrating motors in my hands when I’ve had to hold them for extended periods of time. In honesty this was when I was playing in an arcade there was a game that challenged you to hold on to two metal sticks that vibrated more powerfully as time went by. After five minutes I had to let go because blisters had developed on my hands and it was getting very uncomfortable. Thankfully, with the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw, that will not be a problem. Vibrations tend to penetrate through work gloves, so this is a good thing.
The light weight of the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw allows it to be used for tree pruning and cutting trees of about one foot in diameter. Any larger and the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw will not be able to reach. Perhaps one of the problems of the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is that while it is meant to cut for your stock of winter wood, it has a slight problem in starting when it is cold. With experience and patience, it won’t be too much of an issue it just involves more pulling and a longer start-up time. Besides, the Husqvarna 350 starts up well when it is warm.
The power of the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is nothing to be sneezed at, either. The small chainsaw packs a 3.2 horsepower motor that allows it to cut wood like a knife through butter. It isn’t miraculous, of course, as wood is still hard, but it gets the job done a lot faster than a chainsaw of the same size would. However, because of this power, it would be advisable to wear earmuffs and face protector as the engine can get deafening. Sawdust will also be flying everywhere, and while the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is designed to divert the sawdust towards one’s legs and feet, there is no complete guarantee that no sawdust will get into your eyes. An engine as powerful as the Husqvarna 350’s can get very unpredictable.
So, all in all, the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw is a good, solid choice for small-time cutting and pruning. With its light frame and powerful engine, the Husqvarna 350 chainsaw can be used in delicate operations as well as brute-forcing logs up to 15 inches in diameter. Problems may be encountered when starting it up in the cold, but all in all, it is definitely worth your money, and the chainsaw will last for a very long time.