Model # CS-352-16AA

Internet #203160431

Store SKU #911556

ECHO 16 in. 34cc Gas Chainsaw


16 in. 34cc Gas Chainsaw

  • Professional Grade saw with 16" bar, cuts up to 32" diameter logs
  • Reduced-effort starting system makes start ups a breeze
  • Easy access to chain tensioner allows you to make adjustments
$25900 /each

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Product Overview

The ECHO CS-352 professional-grade, gas chainsaw with 16 in. bar has most of the features as the CS-310 but is more powerful. Reduced effort starting system. 34.0cc professional-grade 2-stroke gas engine delivers dependable performance.

  • 5-year consumer warranty and 1-year commercial warranty
  • Side-access chain tensioner for quick and easy adjustments
  • Reduced-effort starting system with digital ignition provides easy starting and smooth acceleration
  • Purge bulb for easy starting
  • Tool-less, easy access air filter cover makes tune-ups easy
  • Automatic oiler keeps the chain lubricated
  • G-force engine air pre-cleaner maintains clean air supply to engine
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

CS352 (16") vs CS310 (14") vs CS330 (14") .... $199 vs $259 me decide what to buy?

I just need a saw to cut branches, fallen limbs and sometimes whole trees that fall at a semi- rural property. I always used a 14" electric saw, an older model Sears. I usually cut limbs less than 12" in diameter, but need potential to cut bigger once in a while. All of these sawa are nice and lightweight, What one is better starting wise? Are CS352, CS310 reed valve, but the CS330 piston port? I am leading toward the CS352, but wonder if the CS330 has a better engine design and the same power for the price. Is the CS330 made better and it also weighs a little less? I can always put a 16" bar on the CS330 if I ever needed for a bigger cut, but will it handle it as well as the CS352? Or should I be budget minded and do the CS310, my main concern is if the saw is cheaper because it is built with poorer quality.
Asked by: vallery
I recommend purchasing the CS352 as I bought my last year. I also looked at the 310 but decided to spend the extra for extra power and longer bar& chain. I have been using larger saws for over 40 years and love the way the 352 handles and cuts. The 352 will cut the whole trees you occasionally have quite well.
Answered by: Doug
Date published: 2017-04-24

Does it come with a case?

Asked by: Pat
No. They can be purchased separately.
Answered by: gringo
Date published: 2017-03-26

Does it come with a chain?

Does it come with a chain?
Asked by: Tom620
Yes, The CS-352 will come standard with a 16" bar and chain.
Answered by: Echo
Date published: 2017-02-06

What's the difference between a 2 stroke or 2 cycle gas chainsaw?

Asked by: alangski
Same thing, 2 strokes of the piston or 2 cycles. Cycle 1 is induction/compression and cycle 2 is ignition/exhaust. Compared to 4 cycle or 4 strokes of the piston. Intake, compression, combustion, exhaust (4) cycles. is a drawing
Answered by: Dusty
Date published: 2017-01-05
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Customer Reviews

16 in. 34cc Gas Chainsaw is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 324.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent saw!!!! I've had pretty much every other brand of saw,I recently bought a cs590......what a saw!!!! Outcuts all of my previous saws and all of my buddies saws as well.I thought I could really use a smaller firewood saw so ,i looked into the cs352,waaaaay better built ,and starts easier than the "other guys". I really like this little saw due to it being so light and powerful! I find myself looking for excuses to use it! Excellent product.....will not let you down!!
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw for a great price! This saw performs flawlessly day in and day out. I've had mine for about a year and used it's been great! Much cheaper than comparable brands and models, but just as good if not better!! Great product, I highly recommend this saw. I look forward to trying more echo products in the future.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This Echo Chainsaw is the easiest to start that I've ever owned. I've owned Craftsman and Poulan... This Echo Chainsaw is the easiest to start that I've ever owned. I've owned Craftsman and Poulan saws in the past and have not been pleased with them. This saw is well built and I anticipate that it will probably be the last chainsaw I purchase in my lifetime.
Date published: 2017-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased with chainsaw. Very easy starting, just follow starting directions. Have ran 3 tan... Very pleased with chainsaw. Very easy starting, just follow starting directions. Have ran 3 tanks of fuel through it and actually exceeds my expectations since it was a little smaller than my old chainsaw.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Took care of business My 20 year old McCulloch died, so I needed a quick replacement to whack up a fallen oak branch. I looked at reviews on line, and yes, I could have purchased a saw for under $200, but the reviews of the Echo saw were compelling, so I bought it. I filled it with fuel and chain oil. Primed and choked it, and it fired on the second pull. Backed the choke off, and it started on the first pull. The saw ate through that oak like it was butter; the thickest part of the branch was 10 inches in diameter. I will no doubt sort out the Mac and work out the problem, but meanwhile the Echo will be a reliable tool for many years. I only wish it came with a case.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a dream this machine is! It came fully assembled and I just had to add bar oil and fuel and ... What a dream this machine is! It came fully assembled and I just had to add bar oil and fuel and ready to go. On first time start up I followed the instructions - pess bulb four or five times, pull out the choke, cranked three times (noticed the tone change indicating it was ready to fire up), press choke in(off) and pulled the cord one time and it started running AND it kept running at a perfect idle. Went to work and cut, cu cut. After a while I was ready for a break so turned it off. Sat there for about a half hour, then when ready to go again I threw the switch to on and pulled the cord and it started in one pull. Great chainsaw!
Date published: 2017-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great power I picked up the 16" CS-352 to replace another brand 16" chain saw that's never impressed me. First, its real easy to start and stays running once started. Second, it very light compared to my other saw and its very easy on the hands, low vibrations. Lastly, it has excellent power which is a must when felling a tree. Great solid saw, and a 5 year warranty which is nice because I am not easy on my tools. I expect them to do the job no matter how tough it is and so far this saw by Echo has delivered. I would be surprised if I needed to use the warranty, that is how impressed I am with the quality of this saw. I will certainly purchase other Echo products. Keep up the great work Echo, thanks!
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect limber! I bought this cs-352 last month to begin the clear out of nearly 300 hardwood tops left after a lumber sale on my property. The saw started after the second pull! Once warmed and I adjusted the carb (it was very lean) I've so far gotten through 4 tops cut to 16" firewood size pieces with ease. It has since started on the first pull every time, and the balance and lack of vaibration is fantastic, so much so that I bought another 352 and a 310 in order to have family members help tackle this project with me. I'm using the 14" bar as opposed to the 16", and there's no change in balance or handling. The chain does stretch quite a bit once warm, though the side adjustment screw is nice once its cooled back down when needed.
Date published: 2017-01-08
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