- 59.8cc professional-grade, 2-stroke engine for outstanding performance
- Automatic, adjustable clutch-driven oiler for reduced oil consumption
- Decompression valve for easier starter rope pulling
- Dual bumper spikes for more control while cutting
- Easy-access, heavy-duty two-piece air filter for easy cleaning
- G-Force Engine Air Pre-Cleaner™ for reduced filter maintenance
- Translucent fuel tank for quick fuel level checks
|Engine Displacement (cc)||59.8||Oil Capacity (fl oz)||10.2|
|Engine Displacement (cu in)||3.64||Dry Weight (lbs)1||13.7|
|Starting System||Standard||Sprocket Cover||Magnesium|
|Ignition System||Digital||Bar Type||PowerMatch|
|Carburetor||Butterfly-Valve Diaphragm (without Purge Pump)||Sprocket Type||Rim|
|Oiling System||Automatic/Adjustable (Clutch-Driven)||Handle||Aluminum w/ Rubber|
|Vibration Reduction System||Standard||Consumer Warranty||5 years|
|Available Bar Lengths (in)||16,18, 20, 24, 27||Commercial Warranty||1 years|
|Fuel Capacity (fl. oz.)||21.8|
|1 Without bar and chain|
Needed a saw that could pull a longer bar so I could cut without bending over. I love my STIHL MS-271 w/ 18” bar but I needed a saw that could speed up the process of clearing a 3 acre overgrown field w/ lots a fallen trees (some 30+”). The CS-620p is exactly what I needed. Keep the chain sharp and it will eat wood for breakfast. Saw Suppliers had a great deal on the CS-620P with 27 inch bar and chain. Fast shipping too. I’m a happy camper.
This saw is a monster! Just bought 620 P with a 27 inch bar. Cut a 9 foot round tree down the other day. went through it like butter. It was a red oak tree. This song is awesome!
Wanted the CS-590 from the reviews saying bang for the buck best saw. I got the CS-620P because it has all the upgrades for a little more money... Glad I did!
Thanks Saw Suppliers for the fair pricing and having them in stock when others didn't.
I've always ran Stihl and Husqvarna but last few have not held up well, so I thought I'd give Echo a try. I added a Tsumura lightweight 28" bar and it has a nice balance. So far it's been great saw, time will tell.
I ran two tanks of fuel through it to brake it in and then did some carb adjustments for altitude with a tach. This thing performs even better than expected. I would go 620p over a husky 460 any day. Only regret is not getting the full wrap handle version.