Model No. CS2040

2000W Corded Chainsaw 40cm

Overview

Features + Benefits

  • Tool free chain tensioning - Quick and easy chain fitting and adjustment.
  • Comfortable Use - Anti-vibration system and rubber overmold rear handle, for optimum comfort.
  • Easy fill oil system - Large tank with viewing window to minimise spillages when filling
  • Low kick back chain - For smooth, fast cuting through wet and dry timber
  • 2000W high torque motor with 12.5m/s chain speed, for fast cutting.
  • Auto Oil System - Integrated auto oil system lubricates the chain, for reduced wear and greater cutting efficiency
  • Chain Brake System - Power automatically cuts out within 0.15 seconds if the chainsaw kicks back, for added safety
  • Cut Capacity - Up to 40cm cutting width for larger cutting tasks
Black and Decker - 2000W Corded Chainsaw 40cm - CS2040

Product Specs

Product Type Chainsaw
Power Source Corded
Power Rating 2000 W
Vibration 5.5 m/s²
Sound Pressure 85.7 dB(A)
Sound Power 102.1 dB(A)
Rear Hand Guard Yes
Oil level window Yes
Weight 5.5 kg
Spike bumper Yes
Oil-tank capacity 200 ml
Auto-oiling Yes
Bar sheath Yes
Chain drive links 57
Pitch 3/8" "
Chain type Anti Kick-Back
Chain brake time 0.15 secs
Secondary handle Yes
Chain brake Yes
Chain Speed 12.5 m/s m²
Bar length 40 cm
Extended Reach No
Cut Capacity 40 cm
Replacement Chain A6156-XJ, A6296-XJ, A6240CS-XJ
Chain Pitch 3/8 "
Chain Gauge 0.05 "
Chain File 4.5 mm
Motor Speed 6500 rpm
No. of Chain Links 57

Corded Chainsaw 2000W 40cm reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Ease of use
8.6
Ease of storage
8.3
Cleaning/maintenance
8.4
Value for money
8.7
Overall rating
8.4
Scores 8.4 out of 10 based on 33 reviews
10 out of 10

Tanith

GB
+
bought this for my husband and he seems ver pleased with it
none mentioned
Confirmed purchase: 09 May 2018
Published on: 10 June 2018
9 out of 10

Francis

Ayr GB
+
Cost effective, easy to tension chain, cuts well, relatively light weight, well balanced
Black power cord not easy to see in use; orange would be better
Confirmed purchase: 11 January 2018
Published on: 09 February 2018