HUSQVARNA 395 XP®
i have been using husqvarna saws for 38 yrs now.i am a pro timber faller in calif.i bought one stihl when they came out with the 064.it lasted a little more than a yr.i work an average of 7 hrs a day 6 days a week.my husqvarna's last 4 to 6 yrs now.but they used to last at least 3 yrs before i got so good a taking care of them and using union 76 airkool oil mix.it burns so clean that there is no carbon build up to grind the saws insides up.as long as the engine is good its always economical to keep repairing the outside parts.i am 56 yrs old now and there is not any stihl operators that can out cut me and my husqvarna and its incredible power-patrick...
August 1, 2012
new purchase for construction background homeowner
I recently purchased a 395XP with the 24" bar along with a 36" bar. I am a"mature" homowner with a 3.5 acre somewhat rural property with extensive construction, engineering, repair and chainsaw experience including my own Oregon professional chain sharpener. This is the most powerful chainsaw I have owned, the 5th in my lifetime, purchased to augment my 2 other medium sized saws for larger diameter felling and firewood sawing.So far it has had limited use 5 hours or so but it is a REAL performer, cutting through 12-24" and larger material like a knife through butter. My neighbor, a professional logger uses a 390XP regularly with good results and VERY efficient cutting. .Wth the relatively premium price over mid size saws I am hoping the durability is as good as the initial performance. I was suprised to find that it only has a 6 month warrenty, understandable for daily professional use but not for occasional use. Also disappointed to get no response from Husqvarna in my request for the correct manual for a 395XP as the one provided is for a 385 and 390XP(6/30 now 7/21). This is my 1st Husqvarna after having Mc Cullough(40+ years ago)then Shindaiwa (20 years old)and Stihl (12 years) that I still use.
July 21, 2012
An amazing saw
I am actually an owner of the 394xp (older model). The way husqvarna builds there saws are amazing. They are durable and have such simplistic design that even a person with little small engine mechanical abilities can work on this saw. I have down a complete rebuild on my saw and i know i have an extra 10 years on the saw now.
April 3, 2012
Best saw in my collection
I bought this saw three years ago for my tree trimming/removal business and it is by far the most reliable saw that i own. From my own findings it requires less maintenance as well because of its size. if you blow the air cleaner out and take a wire brush to the spark plug before every use (and keep the coil clean) this saw should last you a very, very long time and run like the day you bought it without fail. I also purchased a bench mounted saw chain grinder for around 350 bucks so with my 395xp running great and cutting to its optimal performance I can cut faster and more efficiently than any of my friends with 60-70cc class saws by a long shot! I can cut 2-3 rounds to their 1... AWESOME SAW!
January 17, 2012
I have had this for 2 years and still going strong with no issue at all. Possibly going to upgrade the blade for more cutting surface.
January 6, 2012
What a beast!
We got this saw last year for cutting sturgeon spearing holes through the ice. We put a 42" bar on it, ice chain, and some modifications to lubericate the bar. This thing is a beast, works great!
December 5, 2011
The 395 XP is replacing the aging 2101XP. The saw is well balanced,powerful and a lot lighter then the old faithful 2101XP. I have no problems with the 395XP its a great saw and i would recommend it to anyone.
November 21, 2011
small but mighty
we had a big swap willow fall over our dock at the cottage we are on an island so this was a big nightmare for us. This tree main truck was 93 inch around this chainsw cut though the tree like butter very impressed. I bought my hubby a Yard machine 2 years agao and it broke after using it 5 times and the part is not available so it is a piece of junk now. But your chainsaw was by far the best thing we have ever used to date. Good Good.
August 23, 2011