ECHO Introduces New Chainsaw with FasTension System
ECHO Introduces New Chainsaws with Tool-less Chain Tensioning
The latest additions to ECHO’s chainsaw line-up are the CS-370F and CS-400F. Both of these saws are based on the popular CS-370 and CS-400 but feature the new FasTension™ Tool-less Chain Tensioning System.
The FasTension System makes quick and easy chain tension adjustments or bar and chain replacements without a scrench or tightening tool. A rotating lever takes the place of locking nuts and a tensioning wheel replaces an adjustment screw. Adjustments can be made anywhere in four simple steps.
The CS-370F is equipped with a 16” bar and chain and the CS-400F comes with an 18” bar and chain. Other product features include a tool-less access, automotive-style air filter; a dual-post chain brake; an i-30™starting system for reduced-effort starting; and an automatic, adjustable oiler.
An after-market accessory is also available to retro-fit the FasTension Tool-less Chain Tensioning System on any CS-370 or CS-400.
As with all ECHO chainsaws, the CS-370F and CS-400F are covered by a one-year commercial warranty and five-year consumer warranty.
About ECHO Incorporated
ECHO Incorporated is a leading manufacturer of professional-grade, high-performance outdoor power equipment for professional and residential use. The corporation markets its products under the brand names ECHO, Shindaiwa and ECHO Bear Cat.
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