In this in depth review of the Husqvarna T536LiXP we discuss all the pro and cons of this saw.
After using this chainsaw every week for the past year Dan has strong opinions about the Husqvarna battery powered chainsaw within modern day arboriculture for climbing arborists.
Dan discusses the battery options and the weight of the saw. Dan discusses when and where he decides to use the battery chainsaw, and when he decides to use a more powerful 2-stroke top handled chainsaw.
Dan starts by discussing the downsides to the saw in the form of , the saw not having the ability to easily make a plunge cut, the difference in the ability to feather the throttle compared to a 2-stroke chainsaw, and the history of some consumers having issues with water damage to the saw.
Dan runs through all the factors that he sees as positives when using the saw, the weight of the saw, the reduced noise, no pull start, no idling engine, no 2-stroke fuel fumes, greatly reduced vibrations, saving on fuel costs, less maintenance, battery life.
Dan shows you the knee ascender design he created and has been using for the past 5 years. This knee ascender design has a huge advantage over the traditional knee ascenders on the market, as this design can be left attached to the leg for the duration of the climb allowing the climber to use the knee ascender and foot ascender together on many occasions throughout the climb where necessary.
Dan explains how you can make one of these ascenders yourself, and shares his experiences using the devices.