Poulan Pro PP5020AV Review

By July 19, 2016Tools
Poulan Pro PP5020AV 20-Inch 50cc 2 Stroke Gas Powered Chain Saw

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#3 Poulan Pro PP5020AV

$199.00
#3 Poulan Pro PP5020AV
8.8

Ease of Use

8.9/10

Design

9.1/10

Power

8.4/10

Safety

8.8/10

The Good

  • Speed
  • Reduced Vibration
  • Workload
  • Feel

The Bad

  • Longevity
  • Starting

Speed: This saw is a consumer’s dream with regard to quickly clearing space or taking down that pesky overhang. Because of its size and speed, the Poulan Pro PP5020AV will churn through any small to medium-sized branch in no time.
Reduced Vibration: Though this model packs a lot of power, the anti-vibration handle allows you to wheel and deal without incurring any fatigue or whiplash. The increased stability also allows for more finesse when trimming smaller and more visible branches.
Workload: Within a given day of work, this saw delivers a consistent and high-level output. If you’re trying to get as much cutting done as possible in a short amount of time, this chainsaw has enough power to go all day without stalling or overheating.
Feel: For those who like to let the weight of the saw do the work, this product is a perfect option. The Poulan Pro PP5020AV packs a lot of punch and you can feel its power once you take a hold of the heavy, yet ergonomic saw.
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Longevity: This chainsaw isn’t meant to handle difficult jobs for an extended period of time. Though it has plenty of power and versatility, durability isn’t one of the selling points for this product. It may not hold up if it’s subjected to wear and tear from non-experienced consumers.
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Starting: Though it works wonderfully once it’s in operation, getting this saw started isn’t easy for those who lack years of chainsaw experience. The trigger system isn’t designed for amateurs, as it requires a veteran’s touch to keep it running smoothly.
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Francis K.

About Francis K.

Francis K. doesn’t stray too far from his toolshed. In fact, other than a brief stint at college, he’s been working on DIY projects or professional woodworking since he was a teenager. If it involves handiwork and a little elbow grease, he’s your guy.