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How long should a chainsaw last? Follow

Obviously this is a bit of a 'How long is a piece of string?' question and it's hard to give a straight answer. Even so-called  'standard' usage can vary in terms of intensity, environment and so on.

Warranties tend to vary from 1 year to 5 but there is no reason why a well-maintained chainsaw should not outlast its warranty by many years.  

In fact, experts estimate that a good quality chainsaw, well maintained and regularly serviced and looked after, from a reputable manufacturer should give, possibly, up to ten years service.  
 
NB: Warranty information is available in our 'Manufacturers' section and our 'Keeping Going' section will give you useful tips on keeping your chainsaw at its best. 
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