HUSQVARNA 327P4

Pole saw with rapid acceleration and easy starting E-TECH® II engine. The versatile cutter head makes it easy to reach even dense trees and bushes without using a ladder or skylift. Low weight, good balance and rear-mounted engine provide a comfortable working position and reduced exhaust fumes. The cutter head has adjustable and automatic chain lubrication.

24.5 cc, 1.21 hp, 13.4 lbs, 94.5 "

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$ 499.95

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Specifications I have a number of Husqvarna products and I am happy with them all. While looking for a pole saw, I read the specs of the Husqvarna product. I am a retired engineer, but still have an engineering approach to life. The spec. listed the machine power in horsepower, the fuel capacity in fluid ounces and the fuel consumption in gm/kwh. After some calculation, I arrived at the fact that the saw would run for approximately 55 minutes at maximum power. Why use such an unprofessional and confusing mix of units? Why not state the approximate run time for a full tank of fuel? December 13, 2012
Easy to use It was much easier to use than I thought, very light weight and balanced. I took care of all the branches I wanted to cut over my fences in one afternoon! January 14, 2012
Its a little heavy Don't get me wrong, I love Husqvarna, And this pole saw is really good, it is powerful. The only fault i could find with it, is it gets a little heavy holding it up in the air, or holding it straight out. January 7, 2012
cutting cutting trees is a very easy now with the pole saw but it cuts very fast & good. October 12, 2011
a great product that exceeds all expecitations starts fast does a great job of trimming. has the ability to do all jobs with pleasure. February 24, 2011
Just got it I just bought this pole saw as a clearance item at at Sutherlands and it wouldn't start. Took it to a dealer and a fuel line had come loose. They had it fixed in a short time and the service was excellent. February 23, 2011
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