Best little saw for the price
Bought the t435 for cutting up limbs after felling the tree. Have several pine trees that we have fell and this little saw has cut every limb and even some of the bodies on everyone of those trees. Have owned the saw for 2 years now and have used it very extensively that whole time. The only advice I could give to anyone that has outdoor power equipment is do the maintenance on it and it will last for you. After every other use the saw is taken apart and cleaned and this is what I attribute to its performance.
September 23, 2012
Great chain saw for 'hard to get' tree work
I had a large oak fall into my swampy wetlands.....I needed a powerful light weight instrument to break it down and the T-435 did the job!! Very efficient!
August 19, 2012
Ran great, once
First time using this saw it ran great and no problems with power. Several weeks later pulled it out after a big storm. After nearly an hour and several hundred pulls there is absolutely no sign of life in this saw. Same fuel used. Plug has plenty of spark but that's all.
June 29, 2012
I have wanted this saw for a couple of years now and I was finally able to buy it a couple of months ago and I love it! I needed a small saw for trimming the larger trees that we cut down for fire wood. This is the only heat we have so we burn a lot of wood through the winter. I also have the 350 saw and I love it to, but after trimming several trees it gets a little heavy so that's why I wanted the T435 it is so light and balanced so well I can use it for hours and not be tired at the end of the day. So any one needing a small but very powerful saw I would recommend buying the T435 you will not be disappointed!
May 2, 2012
I did not use it very much last year and this year I decide to uset but it die on me and won't start, but before that to many pulls to get it going.
April 19, 2012
Plenty of punch to do the job!
Just bought this saw and have only used it for relatively small stuff for now but that's exactly why I got it. I have a little over an acre that requires tree pruning and the occasional cutting for some fire wood for an outdoor oven/pit. I won't be felling trees with this unit. I wanted something that was designed for pruning the large scotch pines in my front yard while on a ladder, hence a one handed saw. I could have gone with a pole saw but then I would need another unit to cut my fire wood. This little guy came with the 14" blade that cut through everything like butter straight out of the box. No mods required. Love it!
April 2, 2012
Comparable to the 338
Saw is light, has a great balanceto it, cuts fast and smooth as compared to the 338xpt but is at a more affordable price range and is worth every penny!
January 6, 2012
Lightweight and size ideal for the homeowner
I purchased this saw because I have thirteen mature pecan trees that frequently drop limbs. Brought it home, read the manual, serviced it and it fired right up. Usage has been lite up to this point, but for each time I called upon it it started with no problems. I did notice some seepage of bar oil when the saw is stored. Overall very happy with the results. This is my third Husqvarna purchase since moving into our new home. So far no disappointments. I will be back with an annual review next fall.
December 26, 2011