Draper 25cm Petrol Chainsaw with Oregon® Chain and Bar 25.4cc

By Draper Product code: 60003 Pack size: Each

Product Details

This chainsaw from Draper features a 2 stroke petrol engine for cordless convenience without worrying about battery power. Packed with plenty of features to ensure it will stand the test of time, this particular chainsaw is lightweight and ideal for pruning smaller branches when a larger machine is not needed. It will also be comfortable during use thanks to the anti-vibration handle.

• Walbro carburettor
• Rapid reaction chain brake
• Anti-vibration handle
• Oregon chain and bar
• Automatic adjustable chain lubrication

Supplied with chain/bar guard, 2 stoke mixing bottle, chainsaw file, plain slot screwdriver and combination box spanner and screwdriver.

Draper 25cm Petrol Chainsaw with Oregon® Chain and Bar specification:
• Engine capacity: 25.4cc - 2 stroke
• Engine output: 850W (1.1HP)
• Bar length: 250mm
• Max engine speed: 10,000 rpm
• Chain pitch: 9.525mm
• Chain gauge: 1.27mm
• Fuel tank capacity: 230ml
• Oil tank capacity: 160ml
• Weight: 3.7kg

Technical Specification
Brand Draper
Unavailable offshore 1
Manufacturer ID 15042
Wattage 850
Length (mm) 250
Warranty (years) 2
Type Petrol
Power Source / Cordless Cordless
Weight (kg) 3.7
kW 0.85
Corded or Cordless Cordless
Fuel Type Petrol
Engine Size 25.4cc
Engine Type 2-Stroke
Draper 25cm Petrol Chainsaw with Oregon® Chain and Bar 25.4cc is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It'll cut but it isn't great This saw on arrival does not look like it does in the images! the parts are of the quality expected at a saw of this price.... it starts and runs fine but for any sort of long-term use I can not see it holding up the chain break system is included in the bar guard and is a hassle to mess with this is not a draper own product it is the same as all the other cheap saws online with a draper sticker... in summary it'll cut but for how long? if you plan on buying top handle for full time work not the odd job husqvarna, stihl, or echo are the way to go
Date published: 2022-12-08
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