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ECHO 16 in. 58-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Chainsaw
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ECHO

16 in. 58-Volt Lithium-Ion Brushless Cordless Chainsaw

  • Brushless motor for superior power, run time and durability
  • 16 in. bar and chain for larger, more aggressive cutting
  • Includes 58-Volt 4.0 Ah lithium-ion battery
$299.00 /each

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The ECHO 58-Volt Cordless Chain Saw is the most advanced, professional grade high voltage cordless Chain Saw in the industry. Featuring a unique brushless motor designed to deliver superior power, run time and durability, the ECHO Chain Saw delivers cutting speeds comparable to gas powered chain saws. Equipped with a 16 in. bar and chain the ECHO Chain Saw is designed for larger, more aggressive cutting. With side access chain tensioning, adjustments are quick and easy. For ultimate convenience, the Chain Saw features an automatic oiler, wrap-around handle and on board tool storage. The Chain Saw, Battery and Charger are all backed by an industry-leading 90-day money-back guarantee, a 5-year consumer warranty and a 2-year commercial warranty.

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  • Brushless motor for superior power, run time and durability
  • 16 in. bar and chain for larger, more aggressive cutting
  • Automatic oiler for optimum oiling and longer chain life
  • Wrap around handle for user comfort
  • Equipped with an inertia chain brake
  • Includes 58-Volt 4.0 Ah lithium-ion battery and 58-Volt lithium-ion charger
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Will this chainsaw cut through the trunk of a oak tree?

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June 19, 2015
I have several oak trees which have fallen. Will this chainsaw have enough power to cut through the trees? Thanks
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September 19, 2016
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It has a 16" bar so any wood item less than 16" diameter would be okay.
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August 2, 2016
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Yes! I used mine on a 25 year old plum tree.
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Raymond, California
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May 2, 2016
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With a sharp chain, I cut down several "hazard trees" with no problem. All kinds of oaks, too.
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tree cutters put 3 oak trees on ground, all were at least 32 to 40 inch thru. so far I have cut thru 32 inch (cut from both sides) w/o problems. Obviously have to recharge battery while I recharge myself. when battery gets down to 1 light, its time to recharge.Sharpen chain when cuts make sawdust instead of chips or slivers. Be sure proper fit on bar to avoid binding-Oregon S56 fits length BUT binds on Read More
tree cutters put 3 oak trees on ground, all were at least 32 to 40 inch thru. so far I have cut thru 32 inch (cut from both sides) w/o problems. Obviously have to recharge battery while I recharge myself. when battery gets down to 1 light, its time to recharge.Sharpen chain when cuts make sawdust instead of chips or slivers. Be sure proper fit on bar to avoid binding-Oregon S56 fits length BUT binds on bar and drastically drains battery- USE Oregon R56 instead. When I get to exceed log of 32 inch. will make one cut one side, move to end and make a 16 " cut to intersect with 16" side cut. Read Less
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West Blocton, Alabama
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September 8, 2015
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As long as you don't overload it. It has overload protection which cuts the power. For oak, I would (and did) go with a gas powered saw.
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August 24, 2015
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If the cut takes less than 5 seconds.
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It will cut any tree depending upon sharpness of the chain and your patience.
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Boerne, TX
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July 6, 2015
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It cut through mine.
It works a lot like and has power very similar to a decent 16 inch gas powered saw.
Really.
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July 1, 2015
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With a fresh chain and assuming it is not 3 feet across, it should. If you have "several" oak trees I would still stick with gas, especially if we are talking cutting up trunks. The power on this would be marginal for the task, and you will have to stop at some point and try to recharge the batteries.
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June 20, 2015
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Yes, this chainsaw comes with a powerful motor and it can cut the trunk of an oak tree.
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Can the battery be left on the charging station when not in use?

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Murphy, NC
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May 4, 2015
Many batteries take a "set" when left in the charger when not in use. Will the charger logic allow the battery to be left in the charger at all times when not in actual tool use, without degrading the battery life and capacity? The charger will be plugged into AC power at all times.
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Yes it can. But it charges back up pretty quick so there isn't much since in leaving it in the charger for extended periods, such as over the winter.
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Yes you can but you should remove it from the charging station if it will be unused for an extended period of time, such as over the winter. These batteries charge pretty quickly so leaving one in the charger for months at a time is just silly.
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depends. manual says 'leave on, will recharge if needed; little pamphlet enclosed says ' take out when charged' # not sure which one correct but I have started taking out when green lite goes steady green#-- one thing to know, when runs out almost completely, and you put on charger immediately the red light should come on UNTIL battery 'cools down' enough to start taking a charge# green starts Read More
depends. manual says 'leave on, will recharge if needed; little pamphlet enclosed says ' take out when charged' # not sure which one correct but I have started taking out when green lite goes steady green#-- one thing to know, when runs out almost completely, and you put on charger immediately the red light should come on UNTIL battery 'cools down' enough to start taking a charge# green starts blinking#
have noticed when cutting 30 inch pine tree the button on top of battery showed 4 yellow lights, but one 5 inch deep cut each side took almost 2 full yellow lights real quick# recharged several times before finishing cutting notch#finished notching then recharged to make final cutting## wisely left notch in until could recharge and return to make final cut=taking no chances with notch out and wind blowing wrong way. stay safe my friend. pine tree was about 80 ft. tall. I use Oregon chains, R56, their S56 is too thick to ride smoothly in saw arm-works but squeezes to much, drains power quickly.
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My instructions that were in the cardboard box that the battery came in said, "Remove the battery from the charger or tool, and unplug the charger when not in use. Ok to store at 30%-50%. Recharge every 6 months and store below 80F" I remember reading that battery chargers cumulatively waste a lot of electricity. Unless you use them as your source of heat.
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Yes, the charger shuts off when the battery is fully charged.
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The manual says that the charger will automatically turn off when the battery is fully charged but will come back on and check the battery and then charge it again if needed.
My experience is that it is best to charge the battery, take it out and unplug the charger as at least with the string trimmer, the battery acted as if it was overloaded for up to a few hours. That means it would start, run for Read More
The manual says that the charger will automatically turn off when the battery is fully charged but will come back on and check the battery and then charge it again if needed.
My experience is that it is best to charge the battery, take it out and unplug the charger as at least with the string trimmer, the battery acted as if it was overloaded for up to a few hours. That means it would start, run for about 2 seconds and stop. After a few hours it ran perfectly and I just don't leave the battery in the charger anymore. Read Less
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It is not recommended. I charge mine when finished so it's ready when needed.
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I have mine there but I unplug the charger when it's not charging.
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Stokesdale, NC
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It won't hurt a thing. I have two batteries sitting in two of these chargers right now.
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Is the 58v battery interchangeable with other echo products?

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September 19, 2016
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Yes! There are five tools in the Echo 58v line of yard tools: This chainsaw, a hedge trimmer, a line trimmer, a leaf blower and a lawn mower.
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Yes. It is interchangeable with all the ECHO tools in the 58V line. There are currently five tools this line that the battery will work with.
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Yes. Mower, blower, trimmer, etc.
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Yes. I have three batteries shared between the chainsaw and two weed trimmers.
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May 3, 2016
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Yes. The 58v battery that comes with the chainsaw is interchangeable with other 58v Echo products. For example, I also have the hedge trimmer and the chain saw battery works perfectly in it. It's a system so to speak.
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February 5, 2016
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Yes, the 58-volt product line batteries are interchangeable.
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February 4, 2016
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Hello Mr. Goodbuys. The Echo 58 volt batteries are interchangeble with Echo 58 volt tools. Thanks for your question.
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February 2, 2016
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Hello Mr. Goodbuys. The Echo 58 volt batteries are interchangeble with Echo 58 volt tools. Thanks for your question.
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Where do I get a replacement chain?

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No one seems to show a replacement chain, not even Home Depot.
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October 28, 2016
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Hah! You want the Oregon R56 chain at Home Depot. That's 56 drive links, 3/8" pitch, 0.043" Gauge (that's important - do not use a 0.050 chain) About 20 bucks.
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March 16, 2016
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I found the proper chain at a famous retailer named after a Brazilian rainforest... My Home Depot did not have the correct chain, which I hoped to buy when I bought the saw.
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November 29, 2015
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Home Depot carries Oregon chains, BE SURE its the R56 chain, NOT the S56. Both fit but S56 binds on bar and drags battery down quickly. As info the R56 is STAMPED with number 90 (or 60 upside down)--the S56 is stamped 91 (upside down 16). my 16" gas uses S56 so needed to know difference when dull chains were taken to have sharpened.
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November 11, 2015
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You need to buy an Oregon chain. Be sure it has 56 links and fits a 0.043 gauge, 3/8" pitch bar. The exact replacement chain for CCS-58V is the Oregon #90PX056G. You can get it from Amazon for about $17.
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It's hard to find, but your chain has a model number on it. Just type it in the search bar and it should pull it up.
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September 1, 2015
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Thank you for your question, Forte! This chainsaw uses the Oregon R56 chain. It can located under the accessories on this page or by searching the R56 internet ID, 205806137. Hope this helps!
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While I have not needed a replacement chain, the chain is exactly the same as those found on gas powered chain saws.
I am sure that if Home Depot does not carry them (even though I believe they do), that you can purchase from an Echo dealer or even go with a different brand. Just choose a high quality chain as there is nothing worse than being surrounded by brush and trees that need cutting and your Read More
While I have not needed a replacement chain, the chain is exactly the same as those found on gas powered chain saws.
I am sure that if Home Depot does not carry them (even though I believe they do), that you can purchase from an Echo dealer or even go with a different brand. Just choose a high quality chain as there is nothing worse than being surrounded by brush and trees that need cutting and your cheap chain goes dull after only minutes of use. Read Less
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Anywhere. Fortunately this saw will take any standard chain replacement. Any 16" chain that fits and echo bar will work
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 82 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Stops every four seconds Bought a year ago. Used sparingly around the house. Returned the first one because it shut off after a few minutes. The second one keeps shutting off. It will start again after a few seconds. Battery fully charged. Not hot. Frustrating, I now wish I'd bought gas powered. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by OK, I've owned this saw about a year now. Last weekend I took down between 25 and 30 trees (50-60 foot pine/spruce/fir mix) in "two battery charges". The Oregon chain I bought at Home Depot worked great. I get about 45 minutes out of a full charge. Be sure to refill the chain oil reservoir every time you swap the battery out! In a nutshell, this saw is awesome! Watch several YouTube videos to really get a handle on the "right" way to fell a tree, and get that $5 plastic felling wedge at Home Depot - it's a critical part of the process. Next fall, I will take down another 20 or 30 trees - all part of Fire Hazard Mitigation, on the edge of the Arapaho National Forest, where I live. October 28, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by .043 chain is too light the special narrow gauge chain on this saw is too light duty for regular use. If your chain gets loose and comes off the bar, the sprocket will instantly destroy the drive teeth. The sprocket is hardened and severely nicks up the drive links not allowing them to slide into the bar groove. to use the chain I had to file down all or the damaged links ( I had no choice because Home Depot stores don't appear to stock replacement chains for THIS SAW) ( A chain coming off is a normal occurence, in my book you try to avoid it but it's going to happen if you use it enough). The Home Depot rep told me to go find the chains from a different vendor on the internet! If I would have been told this up front I would have opted for the STIHL brand September 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cuts so well! I had heard so many things about this chainsaw but couldn't have imagined how much better it was than what I had heard. Buy this product! July 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent for clearing small brush and trees. I have small trees and some large bushes to clear. It cuts great! The main problem I had was with the chain getting knocked off trying to cut higher branches off of a large bush. I never had that happen with a gas chainsaw. October 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent power & QUIET!! I bought this saw over other brands and models. I haven't been DISAPPOINTED YET. In 1 day I cut 16 wheelbarrows of wood. I am a experienced wood cutter, I used this saw to cut stuff a gas saw would. QUIET! I used it to limb and cut most of a 45' pear tree 2 days ago, over my gas saw. Like the quietness of it. Getting 2 more batteries and charger so I can cut longer and use it more than gas saws. In (cold) winter use 0w to10w motor oil. In summer I use mix of 30w and regular bar oil. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Can't believe how great this performs! It's only a 16 inch saw, so when I needed to chop up a 20 inch log from a tree felled by lightning in my yard, my buddy laughed when I walked out with it! He soon had his mind changed as both of us were completely surprised by the quiet but incredible performance! September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by freedom after wrist problems a gas chainsaw has too much vibration and impossible to start without pain. Battery life is very impressive as well as the speed of the blade. This saw runs well and cuts down trees. August 24, 2016
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