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Husqvarna Chainsaw 440 15"Bar & Chain

€510,00
Second generation lightweight and efficient all-round saw, ideal for those looking for a chainsaw that is exceptionally easy to start and manoeuvre. Starts easily also with a slower pull, comes with slimmer saw body and flip-up tank caps. Featuring X-Torq® engine for lower fuel consumption and reduced emission levels. Equipped with Smart Start®, fuel pump and Auto return stop switch for easier starting. Easier handling with tool-less chain tensioner.
Flip-up tank cap
The flip-up tank cap is easy to open and close when refueling.

Inertia chain brake
Effective inertia-activated chain brake.

Smart Start®
The engine and starter have been designed so the machine starts quickly with minimum effort. Resistance in the starter cord is reduced by up to 40%.

Air Injection
Centrifugal air cleaning system for reduced wear and longer operating time between filter cleanings.

X-Torq®
Deliver lower fuel consumption and reduced exhaust emission levels in accordance with the world´s most stringent environmental regulations.

Quick-release air filter
Facilitates cleaning and replacement of the air filter.


Ergonomic rear handle
Increased comfort with soft inlay, ergonomic trigger and assymetrical handle.



Felling marks
Distinct felling marks for better felling precision.
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