You will have to look far and wide for those who don’t appreciate the quality and the precision of the Timberline Chainsaw Sharpener. Not the cheapest manual chainsaw but arguably worth every penny. A tool you can use deep in the woods or for that backyard project due to its lightweight and compact size. This is an efficient and fast sharpener that attaches directly to your chainsaw bar for on the spot use. The Timberline Sharpener is remarkably easy to set up and use due to its user friendly design.
Ok, let’s start out with the “bad”, of course “bad” being a relative term. The Timberline Sharpener is not cheap. A quick online search shows that a Timberline can range from 124.95 to $132.95. But is this a case of “you get what you pay for”? There are those that would definitely argue yes.
As is the case with most manual chainsaw sharpeners, the Timberline is easily portable thanks to its small size and light weight weighing in at about a pound. Obviously, aside from its size and weight this type of sharpener has the benefit of not requiring a power source. Conveniently the Timberline includes a durable carrying case, a shoulder strap and a belt loop.This sharpener can be used on virtually any jobsite no matter how remote.
Users claim that this chain saw sharpener provides professional results. The setup of the Timberline allows for the tooth angle to remain intact and as the chain manufacturer had designed it to operate. The proper tooth angle and sharpness will maintain the efficiency of your saw allowing you to cut with less strain and adequate effort. As a result, and most importantly, a properly functioning saw and chain will be a safer tool to use.
“User friendly” is a phrase that is tossed around loosely these days. Is this sharpener really user friendly? According professional as well as home users the answer is yes. Setup time is pretty fast and actual sharpening time is about 15 minutes. Unlike some non-powered sharpeners the instruction/directions are clear and easy to understand. The Timberline sharpener is mounted directly to the chainsaw bar. Different sized carbides are available so that the sharpener can cut a variety of different sized blades. These carbides can be a little on costly side as the go for about $20 to $25 a piece.
If you are looking for a high quality precise instrument of cutting magnificence the Timberline carbide cutter sharpener is the tool you should strongly consider. It is a little on the pricey side but this can be fairly justified if one were to consider the quality construction and its sharpening precision. A Timberline sharpener can accompany you on any jobsite thanks to its compact size and no reliance on a power source. This tool is easy to setup and easy to use from novice to professional. Again, you should strongly consider this chainsaw sharpener for your next job.