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Hey guys just want to do a quick walkthrough on my best small chainsaw case or bag way to carry. It was some discussion recently about what is better.
You do a case or not to use a case or a bag. I prefer a bag. Here’s a excellent pocket on the other side of it.
Two zippers this outer pockets here, which I consider kind of useless stuff, falls out. You lose it and then what good is that inside of the case, you have a nice plastic base which has edges on it and actually a set up very well.
So if any oil or gas fills out of the saw sitting, it won’t go anywhere be contained by the bag. The bar goes through for the chainsaw has a nice reinforcement around as well make it nice and tough. Chewing it up or the bag ripping out there or anything, has a zipper at the top pocket and in a shoulder bag, which is good for our shoulder, strap for carrying it.
If your head note, you can keep your hands-free while you’re opening doors, whatever putting it in the vehicle closing in the trunk back of the track, wherever you’re going so itself, you want to make sure you have the scabbard on it. You have that in the bag.
Actually, isn’t that bad a little m’lady the way I did it scabbard helps you to get it in note without the teeth getting hung up on anything, that’s actually one of the features I like about this bag.
Only fifty CC saw the bar itself thickness top to bottom and they give you to scavenge, so you have an option to go with either one smaller scabbard works better for this one, and that was a really nice option.
The inside of the bag gives you extra room as well, so you can put chain extra chain if you wanted to use a wedge gloves, I’m at the 13 sharpener put that in here as well we’re going to fit it around the saw and there’s enough room In the case that it should not get broken or damaged, always have a Whitney power care bag, which is identical so the one that I just bought about this a couple months ago, they started carrying it.
This also has the large outer pocket, which works very well for carrying tools. Extra chains. Extra teens from me are always an excellent idea, because that way, if the teen gets dull, I just swapped the chain keep on cutting if it’s a five.
Ninety, the balance on the shoulder strap is a little bit harder to deal with because it wants to be nose-down, but it can actually be sealed up around this chainsaw I’ve done it before it’s a stretch.
It came with the small scabbard, only not the large scabbard and with a five ninety a deeper bar and that deeper bar, you put it inside that little scabbard you’re, never getting it off again without destroying the scouter, which is why it’s not on there.
It does get the rim for extra stuff extra change, whatever the scabbard will fit up to a 20 inch bar and you go beyond that.
I have a 24 inch bar on one of the saws I kept in this for a while, and you end up the end of the bottom of the scabbard like that, because it will not fit a 24 inch bar the box itself is large and bulky.
It adds some weight seems me more than wear the bag adds if you’re, not careful, slamming the lid will pop off and disappear, and you only get this handle, which the balance isn’t always perfect on, depending on what saw and whatever you’re carrying in it.
So yeah definitely cases are not my favorite.
A bag is the way to go, and this bag here is the best deal because of the two scabbards and I got and also cheaper purchase it. There is otherwise no difference, you decide what is embroidered and to the side of it, but definitely a bag is the way to go.