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HT 131

The ultimate telescoping pole pruner, built with the same features as the HT 101, but with a larger displacement engine.

HT 131
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 29reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This saw increased my revenue. Outstanding saw. I am a professional landscaper. This saw, while it may be a little heavy (use a harness), is reliable and durable. Well built and stands up to the abuse of daily use and the wet/cold weather of the Pacific Northwest.I can trim my clients trees to a suitable height with perfect precision without the use of a ladder or having to scale the tree. The telescoping shaft is heavy duty and easy to extend and retract, and does not bend or vibrate when fully extended. I also feel in control of the saw when fully extended, which is extremely important.The HT-131 may be the most expensive pole pruner in the Stihl inventory, however, you get what you pay for with this excellent tool. I loved it so much I bought 2. I get "thumbs up" from homeowners and professionals every time I'm seen using this great saw. October 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great saw I'm a homeowner with a large yard and many trees. I also own some farm/hunting land, much of which is forested. I got this pole saw about a month ago, after doing much research. The build quality of this saw is better than the competition and the power is superior. It starts very easily and is easy to handle, although working it at full extension will give you a workout. It seems a little overpriced, but if it lasts as long as other Stihl chainsaws I've owned, then it'll be worth it. I really like the saw--it's just what I needed. September 23, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Oil filler cap difficult to use Had the saw for a few years (5-6) but not many hours on it. Too heavy to use for long periods.The oil filler cap is very difficult to use. I just got it out, filled with oil and put the cap back on. It fell off on the first cut and oil went everywhere. Now, I can get the cap to lock in place but the tab is up. Really don't like the design of the filler cap. August 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Long pole, short work. I purchased this produce a week ago. My father had one (72 year old) and strongly recommended it. I have to say it is a joy to use. We have 30 acres and while 25 is pasture, that other 5 and around the house needs constant work. Until now I have had many limbs just taunt me, just out of reach for my chainsaw. Well they are now in the "to burn" pile. It works great, easy to start and cuts like a dream! My wife is worried that we wont have anything left standing. /shrug oh well. If you want something that will do what it is designed to do, get a Stihl. August 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Too heavy Purchased this saw last year, used several times, but totally too heavy to cut over a couple of limbs at 12'. June 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by My wife thought it was just for the house :) I purchased this to trim trees at home and trimmed two River Birchs ,two Oaks and a Poplar. This was so much better than a hand pole saw. I then took it to where I lease too deer hunt and put up a tripod stand. I was able to trim limbs from the platform out 12 feet to open up a shooting lane.I also was able to cut the top out of a tree while standing on ground. I now consider this a must have when loading up to set up stands for deer season along with my Stihl 028 chain saw I've had since '94 that stills runs as good as the day I got it. June 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Saw Great all around pole pruner. It is heavy burt extremely durable. I would recommend using the harness/vest attachment for it. The strap works but if you are pruning a lot of things the vest will distribute the weight better. May 26, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Overall good product. Lowered dependability rating because it is hard to crank-cold. Overall good product. Mine is only 10 days old, used it for about a total of 5 hours off and on during that 10 days. Problem is it is very difficult to crank when it is cold, Just bought a Stihl chain saw a week ago and it cranks much easier when cold. May 24, 2014
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