Model # CCS-58V4AH

Internet #205566014

Store SKU #1001106449

ECHO 16 in. 58-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw - 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger Included
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ECHO

16 in. 58-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw - 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger Included

  • Brushless Motor for Superior Power, Run Time, and Durability
  • 16 in. Bar and Chain for Larger, More Aggressive Cutting
  • Includes 58-Volt High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery and Charger
$29900 /each
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Product Overview

  • Brushless Motor for Superior Power, Run Time, and Durability
  • 16 in. Bar and Chain for Larger, More Aggressive Cutting
  • Includes 58-Volt High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery and Charger
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.
  • 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



  • ECHO Cordless Chain Saw Feature:

    ECHO Cordless Chain Saw

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Product Overview

  • Brushless Motor for Superior Power, Run Time, and Durability
  • 16 in. Bar and Chain for Larger, More Aggressive Cutting
  • Includes 58-Volt High Capacity Lithium-Ion Battery and Charger
Model #: CCS-58V4AH
Sku #: 1001106449
Internet #: 205566014

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



  • ECHO Cordless Chain Saw Feature:

    ECHO Cordless Chain Saw

  • Click here for more information on Electronic Recycling Programs

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bar Length (in.)
16
Chain Size
16 in.
Maximum Cut Diameter (in.)
16

Details

Battery Amp Hours
4.0
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
Lithium Ion
Chain Pitch
3/8"
Chain Speed (mps)
22.5
Chainsaw Size
Medium
Chainsaw Type
Hand Chainsaw
Drive Links
56
Features
Chain Brake,Tool-Less Chain Tensioning
Gauge
.043
Handle Type
Rear Handle Chainsaw
Included
Battery,Charger
Power Type
Battery
Product Weight (lb.)
13.7lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Torque Maximum (Nm)
1.72
Usage Type
Professional Chainsaw
Voltage (volts)
58

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5-year consumer warranty; 2-year commercial warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Bar Length (in.)
16
Chain Size
16 in.
Maximum Cut Diameter (in.)
16

Details

Battery Amp Hours
4.0
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
Lithium Ion
Chain Pitch
3/8"
Chain Speed (mps)
22.5
Chainsaw Size
Medium
Chainsaw Type
Hand Chainsaw
Drive Links
56
Features
Chain Brake,Tool-Less Chain Tensioning
Gauge
.043
Handle Type
Rear Handle Chainsaw
Included
Battery,Charger
Power Type
Battery
Product Weight (lb.)
13.7lb
Refurbished
No
Returnable
90-Day
Torque Maximum (Nm)
1.72
Usage Type
Professional Chainsaw
Voltage (volts)
58

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5-year consumer warranty; 2-year commercial warranty

Questions & Answers

Will this chainsaw cut through the trunk of a oak tree?

I have several oak trees which have fallen. Will this chainsaw have enough power to cut through the trees? Thanks
Asked by: PSIU
Thank you for asking, PSIU. Yes, this chainsaw will have enough power to cut through trees. However, the safe use of this product requires an understanding of the information on the tool. Before use of this product, familiarize yourself with all operating features and safety rules. This information could be found in your operator's manual. Thank you for taking an interest in the ECHO 58-Volt line! I hope this helps! –Keri
Answered by: ECHOcordless
Date published: 2017-12-02

Can the battery be left on the charging station when not in use?

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.
Asked by: ncmoonshiner
Thank you for asking, Ncmoonshiner. To obtain the longest possible battery life, we suggest removing the battery pack from the charger once it is fully charged and ready for use. For battery pack storage longer than 30 days, store the battery pack where the temperature is below 80°f and away from moisture, store battery packs in a 30%-50% charged condition, and every six months of storage, we recommend charging the battery pack as normal. Great question! I hope this helps. –Keri
Answered by: ECHOcordless
Date published: 2017-06-14

Does it ship with the 4AH or 2AH battery?

Your web site shows 4AH but the Echo web site shows 2AH.
Asked by: Howard
Thank you, Howard. This chainsaw kit includes a 4AH battery.
Answered by: ECHOcordless
Date published: 2017-12-02

Where do I get a replacement chain?

No one seems to show a replacement chain, not even Home Depot.
Asked by: forte
The .043 bar and chain it comes with are absolutely TOOO fragile. When it breaks buy an Oregon S56 .050" bar and chain combo #27857. It has the same mount and oil hole location. The links are much stronger.
Answered by: Floridawind
Date published: 2017-11-10
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Customer Reviews

16 in. 58-Volt Brushless Lithium-Ion Cordless Chainsaw - 4.0 Ah Battery and Charger Included is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 173.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cuts fantastic when chain stays on! Bought this saw a month ago at Home Depot. It cuts really well, but the chain keeps popping off and gets nicked up by the drive sprocket. Then it won't fit on the bar until I feather out the nicks with a file. Any suggestions from Echo would be appreciated. Yes, the chain was adjusted to proper tension each time and the bar nuts were tight. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Short life battery and doesn't cut well I've only had this saw a few days but am very unhappy with it. I tried cutting a 12" Bradford pear log and it kept binding up and over heating the bar and chain producing all the smoke and fumes that I bought this to get away from. The one cut used half the battery. I tried it on some green mesquite, but you can forget that... I looked to see it I could get a different chain for it, but it looks like the one that is on it is the only option right now. I'll probably sell it for a lose and go back to huffying exhaust. I'm a wood turner and use my saws weekly. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-08-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It looks good on the shelf Bought the first one and had problems right away. The place where I bought it felt it was the battery, replaced it, same problem, would only run for about 5 seconds, charger kept indicating the battery was bad, replace both the charger and the battery, same problem, now they replaced everything and I thought the problem was solved because it worked good, for about 4 charges on the battery, back to the original problem, would run for a few seconds and quit. Now, nothing works, saw won't run, battery won't charge and the charger doesn't indicate anything when I insert the battery. I GIVE UP!! Can I get my money back?
Date published: 2017-10-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cuts fast with power when it will run. Honestly, the first time I used this Echo cordless chainsaw, I thought it was everything I had ever wanted in a cordless chainsaw and then it just stopped running and could not get it to start again. Wait a few minutes and it is back. No heavy load, no crazy duty cycle, just trimming limbs under 6" in diameter casually. This saw cuts like a demon when it does run and then it just will quit. Very odd. Excellent ergonomics, overall design, battery shape and ability to charge and understand state of charge, but very unreliable in that it will just stop running for no particular reason.
Date published: 2017-11-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor service I have both the saw and the hedge trimmer. It's very hard to get warranty, or parts, or service on these products. Home Depot doesn't even have the replacement bar for this saw. And you just get a huge run-around trying to get warranty. I consider the warranty almost non-existent, because it costs more time to get warranty than it's worth. Home Depot keeps themselves out of warranty worries, by giving out the addresses of small engine shops that all say they are not able to deal with these, because they are made by Ryobi/Homelite. I figured with 5-year warranty, I would be safe with a light saw like this, but apparently they are trying to make it hard to get the warranty. I did finally, after hours of trying, a number of 1-hour trips to home depot and all the different places they sent me, and lots of waiting time and run-around on phone calls, manage to get a new battery to replace my defective one. The saw itself is an average consumer saw, with a flimsy bar and very light chain. It is definitely a handy saw when you need to use it in enclosed spaces, but it won't cut much wood. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2017-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great saw. Works as well as my gas one.... Great saw. Works as well as my gas one.
Date published: 2017-08-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Everything (almost) you need to know about this chainsaw …I have researched and used this saw. Lo... Everything (almost) you need to know about this chainsaw …I have researched and used this saw. Lots of people have different types of problems with it, but I think most of the problems boil down to the thin kerf saw blade and chain. Here is what I have learned: 1) You will have problems and need to replace the chain frequently unless you are very careful to keep the chain from jumping off. The major problem is that the thin-kerf chain is easily damaged by the drive sprocket if it comes off. The drive links on the chain will be bent and develop dents because the drive sprocket is hardened steel. The chain rapidly degrades if it ever jumps off because the drive links no longer ride down in the groove of the bar, and now the chain is more likely to jump off the bar again. Some things will help keep the chain from jumping off - A) tighten the chain per the user’s manual, it requires the chain to be very tight when cold. The chain rapidly heats up and stretches when hot. B) Per another review, the manufacturer rep says to run the saw at full speed prior to engaging in a cut. Most of the time you start at a slower speed and increase speed as you make a cut. Having the saw running a full speed when starting a cut helps keep the chain tighter and stays on the blade better. C) Keep the chain sharp so that it cuts easier and this will also help prevent binding and jumping off. If the chain ever comes off the bar while cutting, it takes some time, but inspect the chain closely to ensure it rides in the bar smoothly and the links flex freely. If it does not, replace the chain or repair the drive links with a file so that the chain rides smoothly in the bar. After the chain jumps off the bar several times, it will probably need to be replaced due to excessive damage. 2) Me and other users have experienced problems with wood chips/dust collecting in the chain drive area when using the saw to make horizontal cuts. The thin-kerf chain and blade combination doesn’t really produce large chips like a gas powered saw. The wood dust is not discharged forcefully like in a gas powered saw. When cutting horizontal, the dust collects in the chain and bar area and starts bogging the saw down. When the motor becomes overloaded, the battery cuts off. You have to stop, hold the saw vertical and tap it to dump out the wood dust, reset the battery by depressing the battery power meter button, and then cut some more. For me, it worked like this – cut for 10 seconds, clear saw of dust and reset battery (if overload tripped) for 20 seconds, then start cutting again. This was continuous for about 5 minutes while cutting through a 12” black cherry tree. This was only a problem while making horizontal cuts, and yes, it was a new and sharp blade. Again, I think this is due to the thin-kerf combination blade that produces finer saw dust. When the saw is used in a normal vertical condition, this did not occur – the dust was discharged properly. 3) There are problems with the battery and the saw cuts off. My experience has been that if the saw tripped off due to overload, it would always run if I reset the battery. You have to reset the battery when first installing it after charging, and any time the saw motor system trips on overload. Depressing the little button on the battery that indicates the remaining battery power, will reset the battery and the saw can be started again. The saw frequently tripped off when making horizontal cuts due to overload, but once reset, it always started again. I would only expect about 30 minutes of actual cutting time before the battery was discharged. I really wanted to like this saw due to the fact that there is no maintenance and no gas to deal with. It is not a great saw yet. A few fixes could make it a great saw. Keep the above issues in mind if you decide to purchase. If all you need is to make vertical cuts (like cutting up a downed tree for firewood) and only need to run the saw about 30 minutes, this may be perfect for you. Good luck!
Date published: 2017-08-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I'm just a DYI homeowner and I haven't had this long. I've removed one tree which was a decent si... I'm just a DYI homeowner and I haven't had this long. I've removed one tree which was a decent sized 20-24" silver maple. My experience with the saw was good. I used it to take down and process the entire tree for firewood. It took three charges to do it which I think is pretty good. I prefer it over gas powered as long as it holds up to the test of time. I worry about battery longevity. When the battery is getting low it will periodically stop running and take a second or two before it will restart. This is how I know it's time for a recharge. I used wedges and did my best to keep from pinching the blade during work. This will sound funny but with this saw I was able to think through my cuts better. With a gas saw I find myself being hasty because i don't want to have to restart the saw and so I try to make as many cuts as possible before I power it down. With this it doesn't matter because it starts itself.
Date published: 2017-05-02
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