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MS 192 T C-E

A lightweight chainsaw for professional arborists – now with the Easy2Start™ system. For in-tree professional use only.

MS 192 T C-E
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 62reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greta Top Handle Saw I bought this saw to have a smaller top handle saw to work in trees and also cut smaller brush into fire wood. It is a light weight dependable saw that is very easy to start and use for extended periods of time without fatigue. It does a fine job in smaller size wood and is a good deal for the price. October 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect saw for in tree or small jobs Bought the saw to add to my arsenal, not thinking I would use it that much. Turns out I use it almost everyday. Has enough power to cut limbs from trees. Much quicker than bringing out the bigger saw. The weight and power are great. Definitely a great starter saw. Won't cut big wood but you will find yourself using it a lot. September 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by really like this saw Very light and handy. I can handle it with one hand while handling limbs, etc.. Great to throw in our Polaris Ranger when checking trails and deer stands, etc. August 28, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellent bought this saw to take camping to cut 4 to 6 inch logs for camp fire but use it on ranch all the time I have cut 12 to 15 inch trees with it elm, cottonwood, ash it don't matter it cuts them all very well also can take up a ladder and cut 2 to 4 inch limbs pruning trees with 1 hand easy to start can let it sit for months and it will start in 2 or 3 pulls my wife and daughters can use this saw very versatile August 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carry in backpack when riding dirt bike. Ride dirtbikes a LOT and with the pine beetle going through the country there are trees down every ride. Saw is everything you expect. Lightweight 7.7# easy to use. I happened to have an old racket ball backpack it fits into perfectly and can get the hydro pack in too.50 trees! Ya no problem, just takes time. I have a 14” bar on my Stihl 192. Awesome. August 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect for in-tree cutting I'm a part-time arborist doing a lot of climbing and in tree cutting as a second job and this saw is perfect for tight-spaced cutting inside the tree. It's light-weight makes it safer to climb with while tethered to my saddle, after the first couple of climbs I almost forgot it was there. Which was what this saw was designed for, in-tree cutting. I couldn't help but notice how many people recommended this saw for home use. If your just looking for a saw to clean up little limbs in the yard or a saw you'll only use a few times a year, I'd recommend the 170. It's has about the same power and it's a little heavier but you'll save about $200. I recommend this saw for professional climbers but if you're only using it as a brush saw on the ground then the price isn't justified. For that I recommend looking at the stihl ms 170 August 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best chainsaw I've ever owned or used !!! After recent lower back surgery I am limited when it comes to chainsaw usage. I purchased this saw as it is very lightweight, hoping to ease fatigue. The saw is super easy to start & very easy to use. Cuts like a dream. I've always wanted to own a Stihl saw & its even better than I had imagined. This saw does not dissapoint. I was a bit skeptical dropping this much money on a small saw, but this thing will cut anything you can throw at it & ask for more. This saw is a bad MoFo !! July 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Don't let anyone tell you this 192TCE is underpowered! This little piece of dynamite replaces a vintage 1120 series saw I'd had since the 80s since I no longer do clearing/brush work. Like everyone writes, I'm amazed at how lightweight it is; it's like holding a hairdryer. But man, does this pack a punch. No, the chain speed is not as fast as the 201, but it need not be since I'm not using it all day-every day. Starting it takes no effort -- opening my truck door takes more muscle. Thus I highly recommend this 192TCE to anyone needing a chainsaw around your property, but not needing one for heavy duty jobs such as felling or cutting more than a cord or two of firewood at a time. June 21, 2014
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