HUSQVARNA 395 XP®
This 395XP chainsaw has the power I expected it to have. Keeping the saw chain sharp and chainsaw clean cannot be overemphasized for confidence of your use. I use Husqvarna bar/chain oil and their 50 to 1 mix two-stroke fuel for my own peace of mind on the liquids utilized. As a matter of interest to a person who has just purchased this 395XP or other Husqvarna product, this website reveals more information when you create an account and sign in.
May 6, 2015
Great powerful saw
I recently bought a used 394 xp and a 395xp both saws are great and have more power then all but the 120 cc saws. I've been running the saw everyday and it never feels like the saw is over worked. I've been running a 32" bar and cutting from 5' trees to 27" and love the saws power and speed of cutting. It normally only takes 3-5 pulls to fire and run and really for its size does decent on fuel.
April 12, 2015
What a saw !!!
I have been using Huskys for over 30 years, in fact I still have my old 285 CD saw that has cut hundreds of cords plus I have lumbered with it as well....The 395 XP reminds me of that saw as the power is there!...plus it is smoother and is much quieter.....this saw is not for beginners!!.....it is extremely powerful and will blaze through the wood....it's a beast !!!.....but for the regular saw and professional users out there....ENJOY !!!
February 23, 2015
A ”hot” saw !
Originally, to upgrade from our 30cc echo, I purchased a refurbished Husqvarna 445 on ebay for $200, then ordered a longer bar for it, from a Jonsered dealer. While there, it miraculously happened without preplanning to do so, that I evenly traded the 445 away for a used 395xp, that he had sitting there. A former owner had traded it in for a smaller and lighter Jonsered. Neither I nor the dealer even knew how many cc's it had, until getting back home, and I was flabbergasted !
2 years later, I discovered that this particular saw is heavily ported. Not only is this machine a high performance saw, it is also on steroids ! heh heh heh
With a properly sharpened chain, it flies thru wood !
April 16, 2014
This is a very powerful saw. I run it for 4 or 5 hours a day 2 and 3 times a week. The saw doesn't miss a beat. I run a 44 inch bar and cut red, white and water oak. If the chain is sharp you can cut 40 plus inch logs all day long with no problem. This saw is made to work.
February 10, 2014
This saw will handle any wood anywhere. i upgraded from my old faithful 371xp, to the 395, and WOW...night and day difference...absoutly love it
December 3, 2013
If God needed a saw, this would be it!
I bought this saw early March 2013 from Pantano power Equipment in Manalapan, NJ. The saw came with a 32" bar and full skip square ground chisel chain. Pantano also threw in a 20 inch bar which was awesome! The first tree I had to cut up with this saw was a 42" red oak that was knocked down by Hurricane Sandy. During the first tank of gas, I was going easy with the saw. The second time I filled the gas tank, ( I only use Husky's bottled 95 octane pre-mix fuel) I let this saw come alive and it ate the whole tree up. I am so impressed with the power of this saw. It's in a different league than my Ms 660. I was able to buck the tree in 10ft. lengths and the cuts were as smooth as a baby's bottom. Before I purchased this saw, I was using my Ms 660 to do the big jobs, but I had to clean it's air filter all the time. I realized after using this saw, I did not have to keep cleaning the air filter, and the power difference is very noticeable. The 395xp is the best/baddest saw in my collection. Don't get me wrong, I love my Ms660, but the 395xp is a couple notches better than the Ms660. From now on, big tree jobs are taken cared of by my 395xp, and 576xp!!!
July 23, 2013
For tackling the bigger jobs this is our workhorse, we run from 28 to 36" bars on this saw and it has plenty of power to handle everything we have attempted to cut. Largest tree to date was 6' 4" in diameter; not a problem, once notched saw did not hesitate once in dropping it. We do use a spray lube on the longer bars, where there seems to be some difficulty with the oil getting to the end. and also grease the tip every third or forth time the saw is removed from the tree. To date no problems!
May 6, 2013