The Echo CS-590 Timber Wolf Chain Saw is one of the most powerful Echo chainsaws available on the market, which makes it very useful for professional woodcutters, who will find that they can easily fell a tree and cut through large logs using it.
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The 59.8 professional-grade, 2 stroke engine makes the CS-590 one of the most performant chainsaws on the market. You can cut wood all day long without it bogging down, no matter how hard you use it.
Easy to use
Despite its powerful engine, the CS-590 is still as easy to use as any other of the Echo chainsaws. It is not as lightweight as some of its predecessors models, but has many new improved features that make it easy to use, such as the translucent gas tank, which allows you to see the level without opening it, and a decompression button that makes it a lot easier to start the chainsaw. This saw also comes with a free user manual which offers quite a lot of useful information for amateur and professional woodcutters as well.
The adjustable auto chain oiling makes it easy for the user to adjust the oil for each particular job, so you can maximize it for heavy jobs and keep the bar and the chain protected.
You will love all of the safety mechanism attached to the CS-590. The automatic chain brake is designed to kick in during any violent saw kickback, and disengages the saw chain until it is ready for use again. You also have a lever that is attached to the handle, which has to be engaged before you can pull the throttle trigger. In this way, accidental pulling of the trigger is prevented.
Minor defects and disadvantages
Although the CS-590 is a professional and durable chainsaw, you may experience minor defects with it, such as difficulties starting it the first time around – it may flood. This doesn’t happen very often though, and you will be able to get it started the second time around with ease.
Some of the disadvantages of the CS-590 are the fact that it does not come with a case, so you will have to pay extra money for that, and the front wheel on the bar, which may get stuck from saw dust and jam the chain. You’ll be able to get it to work as soon as you clean it and add more lubricant.
Also, you’ll find the CS-590 is a little heavy for limbing.
A performant tool
The CS-590 is one of the most powerful and performant chainsaws under the Echo brand. It’s ideal for professional use and is really built to last, even if it’s overused. You will also get a decent warranty for it, so you don’t have anything to worry about in the first years.
|Antivibration handle||Yes||Assembled Depth (in.)||11 in|
|Assembled Height (in.)||12 in||Assembled Width (in.)||37 in|
|Chain brake||Yes||Chain size||20 in.|
|Chain tension adjustment||Yes||Chainsaw Type||Hand Chainsaw|
|Commercial||Yes||Engine Displacement (cc)||59.8|
|Engine Type||2-cycle||Fuel tank capacity (oz.)||21.7|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year consumer1 year commercial||Maximum cut diameter (in.)||40|
|Product Height (in.)||12||Product Length (in.)||11|
|Product Weight (lb.)||20.1||Product Width (in.)||37|
|Recommended oil||ECHO PowerBlend Xtended Life or ECHO Red Armor||Returnable||30-Day|
|Translucent fuel tank||Yes|
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