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
  • Customers love this lightweight but powerful saw
$259.00 /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: 2017-02-24

Does it come with a case?

Asked by: Pat
No. They can be purchased separately.
Answered by: gringo
Date published: 2017-01-23

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 288.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Starts great for even small folks! I am a 55 yr old widow and could not start my husband's Husqvarna even though it had an easy start mechanism. The Husqvarna repair guy recommended an Echo. I bought this saw and am thrilled! It started right up and had enough power to allow me to cut up a large fallen hickory tree. It was light enough for me to handle for an hour and a half at a time without my arms giving out. I am an Echo customer from now on!
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow, a Great Chainsaw! I have had a Stihl, Craftsman and a Pouland chainsaw. The Poulan was an impulse buy one year at Home Depot. I was never happy with its performance and I used it little. It was an 18" saw with a nice case. I read somewhere a person found with Poulan saws, "you keep on pullin to get them started." Before I gave it to a thrift shop, I found I had the same experience trying to start it. The Craftsman worked ok as it was a hand-me down. It tended to cut well when I wasn't breaking my wrist trying to get it started. It finally met its demise in a moment of frustration and threw it literally in my dumpster. The Stihl was a pick-me-up from a neighbors curb where I fixed it and it ran great. So it was a freebie after I purchased some missing screws and bolts. It cut and started great, but being old and salvaged, it finally quit working. I thought I my next saw would have to be a Stihl. When hurricane Matthews uprooted five trees 15-20 ft taller than my house, I looked for a Stihl at Home Depot, but finding none, I picked up this Echo CS-352 based on the reviews. Wow, like a knife to butter, it cut up the limbs, branches and trunks of those trees without once needing to be sharpened. Just one time I had to do a minor tightening of the chain, but this saw never quit. Started easy, in my mind worked as well as the Stihl I had loved so much. With a five-year consumer warranty, you can't go wrong with this chainsaw.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very high quality tool This Echo chain saw perfectly fit what I needed: a dependable, well made saw, suitable for a large suburban lot with trees. The manual is well written and the tool provided for adjustments nicely built. Overall quality construction. They even gave good pointers about how to store it for long months of non use. Very pleased with Echo!
Date published: 2016-09-27
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 I will start my review by saying that I got this saw for $50. I actually got two saws that were ... I will start my review by saying that I got this saw for $50. I actually got two saws that were ruined due to user error, and rebuilt the two into one good saw. I probably would not have bought this saw if I hadn't got it so cheaply, but after using it, I definitely would. Since I didn't have a warranty anyway, I went ahead and opened up the muffler, retuned the carb, and changed the B&C out for a 14" narrow kerf (.043) setup. I recommend getting the 14' over the 16', which is just too big for a saw this size. I have to say that I am impressed at how this little saw runs. The power to weight ratio is excellent. It is so light and nimble that it makes the perfect limbing saw. Some saws just feel good in your hand, and others do not. This is one that does. It is easy to start. Mine goes on the 3rd pull every time cold. Maintenance is easy with the quick release cover, and the air filter seems to stay pretty clean. If I have one complaint its that I wish it had a larger fuel tank. Other than that, this saw is hard to beat for a saw this size.
Date published: 2016-11-22
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 Great Saw I bought this saw about a month ago, after my old chainsaw was stolen. I was surprised to no chain cover for it when not in use. So I purchased one separately and it works fine. I'm amazed not to find a saw of this caliber doesn't have a case of its own. For me at first it was very hard to start. That is until I read the whole book of instructions. Now it will start pretty quickly within five pulls. As long as you don't dull the chain, like hit the dirt with it or something like that. This saw is one beast when cutting. I use it primarily to cut fallen trees for firewood, and clean up around my property.
Date published: 2016-10-03
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