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Woodsman Chainsaw Carrying Case

Woodsman carrying case.

Woodsman Chainsaw Carrying Case
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 19reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor handle The plastic handle is not designed for the case. It breaks very easy. There is no replacement part either. Save your money don't buy. September 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great case but not enough room.... This a good case but a few problems are. I have a 391 with a 25 inch bar, keep ur cover cause the cover that comes with the case does not fit my 25 inch bar. I kept my cover put it on my saw and put the saw in the case. My cover worked it was nice and snug but now I have no place to put my tool to switch chains, cause the bar cover that comes with the case has a spot molded on the cover to snap ur tool on. The other problems are storage in the case. Theres no room to put my file/tools let alone try to put another chain in the case. You have to remember if ur in the woods u don't want to carry a lot of bags or stuff for ur chainsaw, I or you want to be able to keep that stuff all together in one case. July 24, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Gotta have one but it kinda sucks On my rhird case. You gotta have one to protect your saws but hinges go, the handles break and they don't make one that fits the small saw a or the large ones so your left trying to find a case to fit your arborist saw a or your very large saws somewhere else. March 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Does what I expect it to do. I bought these cases for one thing only...and the job is simple...protect my saws! I don't expect them to contain tools and accessories...that's why I have another tool box and a milk crate...All I need is for them to do is keep the sun and elements off the saw, and that they do pretty good.I agree that the hinge looks flimsy, but I've had mine for over fourteen years, no problems, and if it ever goes bad, I'll figure something else. But as much as the orange has faded over the years on the case, the saws themselves look pretty new, although they have been used quite a bit!Good product, simple job, job well done! February 20, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Like the case but need to upgrade Hopes are the case can be enlarged in capacity, extra chain, gloves, ear tea and eye gear to fit. Also need one for my 661-R.Overall protects from elements very well. January 14, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by my old case is marginal I bought a case in 1980 with my 032 that I still use with difficulty. The hinges were the first thing that went on it. As mentioned, it did get brittle with age. Stuff has fallen on it, and it is pretty broken up. That said, I would think that Stihl should have been able to come up with a better design. I've been looking at the current version, and have not been impressed. It seems to suffer from some of the same problems - cheap hinges, same plastic that will get brittle. I may get it because I don't find an alternative, but I'm not hopeful of it's reliabliity. December 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Full protection I consider the Woodsman Carrying Case to be just as an important piece as safety equipment. It not only protects the saw from everyday elements but also the user and everyone else nearby. I cant count how many times I have warned people who stand near the uncovered chain. Plus I like the extra storage area in the case for spark plugs, wrench and even a couple of replacement chains. November 7, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Case, But: I keep all my saws in a case to protect them while not in use. This case is as good as anything else on the market; but, like most cases on the American market, it isn’t setting the world on fire. To be clear, the case does fit my saw well , and does protect it while being stored and transported. However, it would seem as though Stihl had this case designed and the tooling to manufacture it made long ago, and then hasn’t reexamined the case for potential improvements ever since. Perhaps this is due to marketing data that might suggest there isn’t a big need or demand for a more useful case, ,I’ve no idea. For me, the biggest improvement I would suggest is a main compartment that affords more storage capacity for accessories. A leading competitor’s case, while lacking in overall quality, does have more room in it so you can carry: bar oil, a hatchet, a couple wedges, files, a spare chain, and a can of MotoMix (very handy for quick jobs around the farm). All this without the external dimensions being much more than the Stihl case. The case does its job and I’ve no real complaints about it since it is functioning as designed. But, given Stihl’s overarching commitment to quality throughout their entire product line, I would be very willing to invest in a more substantial and utilitarian Stihl chainsaw case should one ever become available. April 6, 2015
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