This lightweight, versatile chainsaw is perfect for backyards and smaller jobs. It's got the horsepower to tear through most jobs with little effort, and at 4kgs it's very easy to handle. It's a great choice for all but the biggest trees and woodpiles.
Like all Flash chainsaws, this model has vibration dampening that lets the saw do the work, an auto bar oiler to keep your engine running year in year out, and a chain brake safety feature to make sure you don't saw through anything you didn't plan to.
Easy to start, powerful, reliable, and durable. Order yours today.
About Flash Exclusive to Trade Tested, the Flash range of power tools have been developed to excel at the jobs Kiwis need to do.
Premium parts and materials mean they will be working hard and looking good for years to come, while clever design touches and a wide range of accessories mean you’ll always have the right tool for the job.
• Auto bar oiler for smooth running
• Chain brake safety switch
• Soft grip handle
• Vibration dampening
• 1 Year Flash Warranty
Engine: Single cylinder, 2-stroke, air-cooled, CDI ignition
Rated output power: 1.2kW
Max cutting length: 40.5cm
Max cutting diameter: 40.5cm
Chain pitch: 3/8”
Fuel capacity: 310mL
Oil tank capacity: 210mL
Two-cycle oil and petrol mixing ratio: 1:25
Product weight: 5kg
Package dimensions: 42cm x 24.5cm x 30cm
Package weight: 6kg
10 months ago2018-04-26 19:31:54
Great saw for small work around the house and farm, definitely makes lite of those small jobs.
flash chainsaw 37 with 16 bar
11 months ago2018-03-30 08:07:33
very good little chainsaw starts every time worth the money
Very handy saw
about 1 year ago2017-12-11 21:28:52
Needed a saw for a garden clean up but renting was expensive and would have required everything done in one day. Saw was easy to get going and great for garden clean up jobs
Great wee thing....
about 1 year ago2017-10-01 21:00:28
Great for a small jobs..... going really well...
Goes like a train
about 1 year ago2017-04-22 03:42:54
The poor little chainsaw has hardly stopped since Cyclone Cook knocked a lot of trees and branches down, we now have heaps of firewood for next year.