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STIHL's Lightest Arborist Saw

The powerful STIHL MS 151 TC-E arborist saw weighs just 2.6 kg, making it an exceptionally lightweight arborist saw from STIHL. This special chainsaw for professionals is ideal for a wide range of tree maintenance tasks such as removal of dead wood, crown maintenance, and removal of suckers and water sprouts. The manoeuvrable top-handle saw makes it possible to efficiently work in confined spaces and gives impressive results with a fine cutting pattern. Its low weight enables ergonomic and low-fatigue working.

Other advantages of this chainsaw include:

  • easy and effortless starting supported by the manual fuel pump and STIHL ErgoStart,
  • high cutting performance thanks to the economical STIHL 2-MIX engine,
  • and particularly intricate work facilitated by the 1/4'' PM3 saw chain.

The STIHL MS 151 TC-E is equipped with the STIHL anti-vibration system, which protects muscles and joints as you work.

WARNING: This chainsaw is only designed for specialists trained in tree maintenance. Using this tool without proper training may lead to serious injury.

  • Very lightweight tree maintenance chainsaw from STIHL
  • For users trained in tree maintenance
  • 2-MIX engine for excellent cutting performance
  • Extremely fine cut due to the 1/4” PM3 saw chain
  • Strength-saving start-up thanks to manual fuel pump and STIHL ErgoStart
  • Features

    The pictures shown are sample photos. The actual appearance of the equipment features and their specific attachment to the product may differ from the pictorial representations, but will have the same functionality.

    STIHL ErgoStart
    STIHL 4-port technology

    Technical details

    Bar length30 cm
    Bar length12 in
    Displacement23.6 cm³
    Displacement1.44 cu-in
    Engine power1.1 kW

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