had to return.not sure about recommending it yet
I bought the 235 H chainsaw and after the first use which was about 1 hour I had to return it. Would not start. The staff member could not get it to start either so received a new one. It is hard to start. I bought this brand because of it's reputation.so am disappointed after using it once and had to return it.
May 2, 2012
wife can use it
Brought this saw to trim some limbs and stuff, the wife as even started it and can use it to do things to help me
April 24, 2012
Defective out of the box
I picked up a Husqvarna 240, it wouldn't start due to the stop switch being finicky (no spark). Once it was started I noticed that the bar was not getting oil at all. I had it repaired via warranty, turned out the worm gear and the connection with the worm gear and oil pump was stripped...OUT OF THE BOX. Was a huge hassle, but now I'm all set and the saw has been doing well. Very disappointed with quality control.
April 23, 2012
The saw runs good but loses power when cutting larger trees.
April 8, 2012
Great saw for the price
I recently bought a 240 for brushing and cutting smaller timber. Starts easily and has plenty of power for lighter work. Very nice saw.
April 6, 2012
Hard to start and frequently stops and has to be restarted.
Expected a better product as I researched carefully before deciding on which one to purchase.
March 26, 2012
Feature Filled Saw
I was looking for a small saw for pruning work, carving bar for building, etc. The 240 has 2 bar retention nuts, spring mounted anti-vibe instead of rubber mounts, and a high chain speed. So, I bought one.
The saw is great. Does everything well. I used a 142 at a former employer and this saw is an improved version. If you are looking for one saw, I would recommend a saw at least 50cc. But, if you are looking for a small saw to run all day pruning softwood limbs in a stand, carve, or have to carry all day clearing trails, the 240 is hard to beat.
March 25, 2012
Starts easy, runs well, plenty of power for smaller stuff, say up to 6-8 inches. Use it to cut most of my fire wood, for the big jobs I use my 61.
March 21, 2012