Echo CS-600P Review

Forceful 59.8cc Gas Chainsaw with Dual Post Chain Break

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Models and Brands Rating Engine Size Weight Fuel Tank Size Price Features
Echo CS-600P

Echo CS-600P

Chainsaw Stars 59.8 13 19.1 $$$$$

Anti-Vibration, Air Filtration, Automatic Oiler, Dual Post
Chain Break, Bumper Spikes

The ECHO CS-600P Chainsaw delivers strength, top quality capabilities along with a Performance Cutting System. This specific gas chainsaw includes a heavy-duty, easy-access air filtration system. The ECHO CS-600P offers professional level features, greater strength and an impressive High Performance Cutting System.

The 59.8 cc Power Boost G-Force Motor is protected by an Air Pre-Cleaner that pulls out debris prior to air filtration. A decompression valve plus a digital ignition program automatically adjusts engine timing for easier starting. A dual-post chain brake provides additional safety and replaceable bumpers
spikes allow for better control.

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59.8 cc Professional
Grade Engine
(2-Stroke)

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Dual Post Chain Break for Safety

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Digital Ignition

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Replaceable Bumper Spikes

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Echo CS-600P Features

  • 59.8 cc professional-grade, 2-stroke motor for superior performance
  • G-Force Engine Air Pre-Cleaner for less air filter upkeep
  • Replaceable Bumper Spikes for Better Control
  • Performance Cutting System™ – upgraded chainsaw bar a for advanced cutting speed
  • Aluminum Wrap around handle with rubber over-mold for improved comfort
  • Spring-assisted starting technique for decreased effort
  • Two-piece flocked air filter for straightforward cleaning
  • Automatic oiler – Clutch Driven

Echo CS-600P  Chainsaw

 

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One Response to Echo CS-600P Review

  • Mike Crist says:

    I have an Echo 650 EVL that I purchased in the early 1980″s. It is still going strong. Thinking about buying a new Echo just because my 650 EVL came without a chain break.

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