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Professional Cut-off Machines

Made with professionals in mind

STIHL Cutquik® cut-off machines are exactly what construction professionals have been looking for and using for years – a low-maintenance powerhouse that’s portable and easy to use. From the back of its ergonomic grip to the tip of its reversible cutting arm, every inch of these handheld machines is designed for ultimate performance.

Whether your day calls for trimming metal pipes down to size or cutting curbs and expansion joints, we’re “reinventing the wheel” to get it done better. Every gasoline-powered STIHL Cutquik® cut-off machine earns its name with a host of standard features, including our revolutionary X2 air filtration system. This filter system cleans 99.96% of intake air before it ever touches the engine, helping to keep your machine – and your day – running smoothly.

Gasoline-powered STIHL Cutquik® cut-off machines also feature a powerful, fuel-efficient engine for optimal cutting performance in almost any working condition. Once you start, the only reason you’ll need to stop cutting is lunch.
  1. 4 years ago
    Two thumbs up.
    This is a great tool. We wish we would have bought it years ago. Starts easy, runs great, has lots of power, blades last a long time. We are cutting a lot of 2 7/8 inch pipe and some 4 inch makes quick work of it. If you are thinking about one get one you will not be sorry.
  2. 7 years ago
    Great job requiring exact cuts for visible floor results.
    Cut 60+' of 4" re barbed concrete that required exact cross and end cuts for finish work in a floor. Good power. Have rented the bigger machines with the same results except this machine was lighter and easier to handle.
  3. 6 years ago
    champ
    I am a demolition contractor and I have many chop saws and I by far can say this ts420 I a good move the only down fall is if you do not know haw to start it you will faile I put all my men thru training and we have no problems..... Check you filter and do a monthly inspection and you will be fine.
  1. 6 years ago
    Great power
    I just picked up the ts-800 for a commercial job of mine,I had to cut 200 feet of concrete out. The power of the saw and the water attachment worked well! I suggest you buy the cart for the saw too.
  2. 2 years ago
    The only saw
    I’ve been cutting concrete only for 15 years as a saw cutter nothing but a stihl and the biggest at that I’m a small guy and the power reduces cutting time enough to make up for the weight with a good 16 inch blade it cuts silly fast and last for 7 to 15 years we have 20 trucks all with stihl hand saws the ts 420 line has problems with starting no mater what with a stihl in California weather never use the primer bulb it only floods it the 800 doesn’t need it just freaking starts I’ve started ... read more mine with a boot lace before and used up blades in the thousands this is your handsaw if you want reliable power
  3. 3 years ago
    Gets it done.. QUICK
    worked great for what I need to do! Cutting 4-8 thick concrete is relatively easy with this thing.
  1. 4 years ago
    I do believe the best value out there
    I have been using stihl products for over 30 + years. We have two ts 700 they are dependable smooth cuting tool.I have personaly went though over 100 + 14 inch concret cutting diamonds blades on one saw. In the past four years we have done general maintenance spark plugs air fliters and a occasional pull rope. ps. The ts 700 is very durable saw.
  2. 7 years ago
    The only saw I care to use
    I have ran all makes and sizes of saws over alot of years and if given a chance to chouse a saw this is the saw I took with me it cuts 50% faster than smaller saws and I like the handal All the way at the back you can get a lot of leverage with it there it also runs just as good upside down too also the drive belt is the best out there they run a long time with no matiance and never had it slip when using water they start good and idle vary well too if money was not a object this is the only saw ... read more I would have on my truck if you are out to make money this saw will save you time and money go and get yourself one and you won't regret it
  3. 2 years ago
    Stihl still the best!
    I love the TS 700. I got a LOT of work out if my TS 400's ( demolition, block walls , pavers concrete and asphalt cuts ,etc) . They never let me down, just had to maintain them correctly and they paid for themselves in no time at all. I had my eye on the 700 tho because of the extra power and man, that was no bs! The TS 700 is the best 14" ive operated and i respect husqvarna/partner k760 hilti dsh 700 and makita/dolmar too but for overall performance, durability and dependability why, i dobt ... read more even think its close. TS 700 is my personal favorite and it paid for itself in ONE JOB!!! Anyway, thats just my humble opinion. God bless, Matt Amick
  1. 2 years ago
    Everything I expected
    After having several TS-350s, some in the stable for 20 years, I upgraded to the TS-410. It is a little bit lighter, but more importantly, it is balance so that you don't feel it is working against you. There is definitely less vibration too. I also bought the STIHL pressurized water tank, primarily cutting concrete roof tile. It takes a little time to determine the right flow of water to minimize water usage while also keeping the slurry diluted enough to run off or recapture the water. So far ... read more I am totally pleased ith the new saw and system.
  2. 7 years ago
    Best Demo Saw
    Im a professional concrete paver installer, and I have used all of the brands over the last fifteen years. This model saw is the best. It is the easiest to start, and the filter system is excellent. These saws have been the most reliable, only problem i have ever had is the pull chords are prone to breaking. The handle location on the top of the saw instead of the back like all others, is so much more comfortable and makes the saw more manuverable. Also parts are much more affordable and readily ... read more available compared to all the other brands Ive had, which I think is all of them.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great motor!
    I have the 12" version of this saw for over a year now and we use it almost daily. With one exception, the saw has fired up on first few pulls every time. Water control feature that shuts flow off once trigger is released is awesome! I have two other older carb style saws in my shop, and my guys won't touch them anymore. They have been sitting for a full year now, so they are going up for sale and I'm buying the 14" version of this saw. I was slightly hesitant about the bigger blade with the ... read more same engine as the 12" version, but it has so much power that I don't expect it to be an issue. Reading the other reviews confirms this.
  2. 5 years ago
    WORKHORSE
    I had purchased this saw one year ago. I was concerned after seeing a few bad reviews but with my experience with this saw has been great. Im a masonry contractor and the only issue I have had was the string breaking and the bracket for the water hookup breaking, This thing starts easy,runs strong and cuts great.STONE ,BRICK ,BLOCK and CONCRETE
  3. 4 years ago
    Use only quality fuel
    I am extremely happy with my Stihl TS500i. I replaced my older Stihl carbureted chain saws with the M-tronic fuel management system and could not be happier with the ease of starting and overall performance. I recently decided to replace an older cutoff saw hoping for the same dependability when starting and great performance regardless of the weather. I was not disappointed. This TS500i starts first pull once warmed up and runs perfectly. When the engine is cold, it takes 1 to 4 pulls to start. ... read more Good quality gasoline is the key to Stihls new fuel system. I understand the manual says use less than 10% ethanol. Do yourself a favor and buy gasoline without any ethanol or better yet, use racing fuel, aviation fuel or Stihl fuel. All the additives in today's gasoline gums up fuel systems leading to hard starting and poor performance. It's not the saws fault, it's just bad gas.
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