WIN! a £320 chainsaw
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Here is a great chance for one lucky reader to win a fantastic STIHL chainsaw
For the second year running, STIHL is proud to be holding the hugely popular STIHL Timbersports® 2015 British Championship at this year’s CLA Game Fair, the world’s largest outdoor countryside-themed show that boasts a fun-filled itinerary for the whole family.
Being held at Harewood House in Yorkshire from Friday, July 31, to Sunday, August 2, visitors can look forward to seeing Britain‘s elite lumberjack sportsmen slice tree trunks in seconds with their powerful hot saws and cleave logs in two with an axe.
To celebrate the countdown to this thrilling event, STIHL is giving away a STIHL MS 181 C-BE chainsaw worth £320 (*RRP) to one lucky reader. Virtually effortless to start, the lightweight chainsaw is the perfect tool for cutting firewood or felling trees.
Packed with new technology—at a value price—the STIHL MS 181 chainsaw is designed to reduce vibrations, making it more comfortable to operate. It also features reduced-emission engine technology, which lowers fuel consumption as well as emissions, maintaining good cutting speed. It is perfect for cutting firewood, for building work and for felling small trees.
STIHL offers a wide range of products including chainsaws and pole pruners, KombiSystems, MultiSystems, brushcutters, hedge trimmers, blowers, sweepers, pressure washers, vacuum cleaners and cut-off saws and other construction equipment, as well as all the fuels, oils and accessories to keep them running at their best. See their detailed online catalogue
To enter see page 49 in our August issue.
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