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Homelite Refurbished 18" Chain Saw UT10580


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  • This factory refurbished tool offers power, reliability, and endurance to any tree feller
  • 2 Cycle 42cc gas powered chain saw
  • Super clean air filter system keeps performance up to par for a long life of cording firewood
  • Anti-vibe handles cushion vibrations so the saw won't rattle your arms out of your socket when you work
  • Idle engine speed 2600 - 3400 r/min. (RPM)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 11.5 x 12 inches ; 17 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16 pounds
  • ASIN: B000FK7XCI
  • Item model number: UT10580
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,146 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

This item was refurbished by the manufacturer to the original working condition, but may show signs of use and is guaranteed to meet the performance of a brand new unit!

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Homelite 18" Chain Saw

Customer Reviews

In this case, cheap isn't better, it is just junk.
Daniel A. Adams
Tried to go through local repair person listed on the Homelite website, after three months they said they were unable to obtain the part.
Early Girl
Bought a new chain, it came off after about 5 minutes of use.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By C. Geary on August 9, 2008
I bought this chainsaw at a local Home Depot because I liked the sturdy carrying case & the overall quality seemed good. That was a mistake. Even tho' the box says "easy fingertip-pull starting", I had to pull the cord with literally all my strength with both hands before it would turn the motor over. My 22 year old son could not pull the rope at all. Once I got the saw going & let it warm up for several minutes, the engine would die after a couple of minutes sawing. It didn't make any difference whether you throttled up or not...it would die & not start again for 5 minutes or more. If you pointed the saw tip down to the ground, the engine would die, if you pointed it up vertically, the engine would die. Needless to say, this saw is going back to the store tomorrow & I'm never going to buy a Homelite product again.
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22 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Early Girl on May 10, 2006
Purchased a brand new Timberman for my husband over the internet, since I could not find one locally. He wanted this brand since he had this brand before with no problems. When the chainsaw came it the handle was broken. The on-line vendor said to take it to a authorized repair shop to get it fixed and it would be fixed free since it was under warrantee. Tried to go through local repair person listed on the Homelite website, after three months they said they were unable to obtain the part. Homelite when contacted was rude and basically said it was my problem.

If you get an item in good shape you might be OK, just hope you don't have to get something fixed, and need a part!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Warren Rosenstein on April 20, 2010
i bought this chain saw. i took it home and was surprised at how much of it was plastic, and how junky it felt. it was hard to imagine that this product would last very long.

i never had the opportunity to find out. it would not start. when i called the homelite customer service number i was put on hold for a half hour. when i dialed the sales number, they picked up instantly - apparently they have lots of people working to take your order, but no one available when their rotten product doesn't work.

i brought it back to home depot, and they couldn't get it to work either. i cannot believe what a terrible product this is, and how poorly supported. the person answering the phone for homelight said they only have one person on the phone answering customer problems "because it is a sunday" - for all the money they make selling their awful products, they can hire a few people to answer the phone. i will never buy one of their products again.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By hodgeling on May 28, 2011
I purchased a Homelite UT 10580 chainsaw which turns out to be a HORRIBLE product. When new it was a bit troublesome starting, but I wrote it off to the new engine. Wrong, it got worse. It stalls out and wouldn't start when warm. I took it to a repair shop and it was okay the next time. Now it barely starts cold and won't start hot. It won't use all the gas out of the tank so you have to keep filling it. And, yes, when you shut it off to fill it, it won't start again. A real piece of junk and I'm trading it in today for a Stihl or Husgvarna.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy T on July 4, 2013
I was only able to use this chainsaw 3 or 4 times at most before it broke down altogether. Each time I used it, it was extremely difficult to start, and finally it wouldn't start at all. Some repair guys I spoke to were totally unsurprised that it broke down and said that is common for Homelite products. Homelite refused to pay for repair or replacement (the repair would have cost more than I bought the chainsaw for), and tried to convince me that their defective air intake/filter was somehow my fault. Homelite clearly stays in business by making cheap products and selling them for low prices that will lure people in. Never again for me. It is well worth the extra money for a better brand product to avoid the wasted time and aggravation you get with Homelite.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By sprinterlyn on April 14, 2011
This is the first time I've ever written a review for any product, and rightfully so. I purchased the Homelite 16" chainsaw from Home Depot. Brought it home and the choke didn't work so, my wife kept the choke in the open position while I started it. I cut up one tree and it actually did a fine job, except for the choke problem. I brought the chainsaw back to Home Depot and they swapped it out with a different one. I tried to use the newer one today and found out it just won't start. The fuel was good, bar oil good; all steps covered. I went by the instructions carefully and removed the spark plug, cleared the combustion chamber and tried again; no start. Consequently, I returned the product to Home Depot for my money in exchange. Home Depot normally sells good power tools but failed on the Homelite chainsaw and should remove it from their inventory to protect themselves. After reading reviews and ratings I'm going to Lowe's and buying the Husqvarna, you get what you pay for.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jerry R. Howell on December 3, 2011
I have used this saw for about a year now. Starts fine, motor is great. Chain keeps getting slack in it and popping off fairly regular. This can be due:
1) The chain adjuster is plastic and hard as hell to turn. I would say this was a great little saw if they put an "old fashion" tensioner on it. I use a clamp and my foot to put enough pressure to get it good and tight. I check every 15 minutes or so. Seems to do better.
2) Needs to be a 16" bar. I think it puts too much on this inexpensive saw. A 16',15", or even a 14" bar would make more since.
3) The bar lube just flows out. Everything is lubed, including the user.

I would say send a few more dollars and get a $200 saw.Husquvarna 240 or Poulan PP3516AVX.
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