Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 35
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kingpin CS-600P
I had a Stihl 390 and it lasted 2+ years and I replaced it with a CS-600P. It's been almost 4 years ago when I bought the 600P. It's outstanding. I liked so much I bought another new CS-600P. I can always count on this Echo chainsaw. It's a beast. You won't be disappointed.
March 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MiserableOldFart Great saw!
I love this saw. I bought it when I was going to retire My CS 500 VL due to no chain brake. Right after I bought this saw, I found a chain brake for the other one, so now I use both. The only quibble I have is that they now make a 620, which is the same engine, but I think a little more power and more pro features. Should have been in this one..
March 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Josh1981 The best 60cc saw on the market
I bought this saw to use for firewood cutting and property maintanance and Im very glad I did. I use the 20 inch bar with full comp chain. This saw cuts fast is very easy to operate very easy to start (4-5 pulls MAX) and is very comfortable to use. The best 60cc saw I have ever used. I will never sell this saw. Highly recommended.
January 3, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mikeh Cut up 100' fallen red oak with 30" trunk no problem.
Bought this saw to do the job that 46cc ryobi really struggled with. Echo Saw had plenty of power, nice torque with the bar sunk in all the in the trunk and never felt weak. Throttle is very linear with easy modulation. No issues with starting, three pulls on cold start and one on warm. Overall seems Good built quality too. The chain bar is solid steel which ensures no bending. Went through two chains to cut up the three. Substituted with Oregon chain. Only thing can think of is the saw sips good amount of gas. And although the weight of the saw is average in this class, wish it was bit lighter. Overall, very satisfied with the machine.
December 4, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bill Hilly Nothing not to like
A wonderful saw that functions like it should. Cuts fast and uses less gas. I use the saw to fell trees and to cut fire wood. Never has let me down. I let a friend use the saw and he dropped it 20 feet on to limbs out of a bucket truck. Surviced the fall with only cosmetic damage.
November 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Motorman A very reliable machine
My wife gave me an early Christmas gift. An Echo CS-600P chain saw with a 24 inch blade. I am very pleased with its reliability. It will go through hard wood with ease. My future purchases of lawn equipment will be Echo products
October 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ClettEcho215 Great Saw
I bought this saw back in 2010. I have used it a lot cutting fire wood and cleaning up storm damage. The saw starts in 4 pulls in any whether and for me it seems light. I use a 20 inch bar on mine which balances it perfectly. I make my own professional grade Oregon chains and you should see the chips fly. Just two weeks ago I cut 6 truck loads of wood in just a little over an hour and that was just working at a normal pace. I would take a little break when the saw would run out of gas. The wood was seasoned hard maple 10 inches to 24 inches in diameter. My dads employee, Bill, asked me what saw I would recommend due to me working for a tree service in the past. The service I worked for used Johns-red saws. Which my 600p can cut circles around. I told him my 600p. I let Bill try it out. Bill used an old 60cc homelite for the past 30 years to heat his house with wood. He came back and told me that he loved it. Cutting wood with the 600p is effortless according to bill, which I agree with. That next week he went and bought one.
October 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wildland Best value
I'm a wildland firefighter and have extensive use with Stihl and Husqvarna saws. That being said, Stihl's new emission control systems are complete garbage and are prone to overheating. Husqvarna's overall quality has decreased over the years too. This is my first experience with Echo products, and after much research I'm extremely pleased with my purchase.
March 7, 2014