Up high in the trees, you need a chain saw that's powerful, lightweight and dependable. The Shindaiwa 280Ts is all those things and more. The 26.9cm³ professional grade engine ensures massive power relative to its size and features like an integrated choke, fast idle release for easy starting and G-Force engine air pre-cleaner make the 280Ts a robust, compact and powerful chain saw you can depend on.
Ergonomic, lightweight and powerful top handle petrol chain saw.
Small and powerful.
Superbly balanced and lightweight with a powerful 26.9cm³ engine. The 280ts gives professionals superb power to weight ratio with Japanese build quality for dependable performance.
Side access chain tensioner.
Side access tensioning is easily accessible for chain adjustments. Drop prevention nuts ensure you will never lose another nut whilst on a job.
Ergonomic rap-around handle.
The rap-around handle is designed to encourage industry best practice, requiring the operator to use both hands whenever possible. This also helps to make this petrol chainsaw comfortable to use for extended periods of time.
Engineered to weigh less whilst retaining robust durability.
Designed to maximise efficiency and comfort.
Easy start engine
Shindaiwa’s patented system for effortless starting.
|Engine displacement (cm³)||26.9|
|Dry Weight (kg)||3|
|Fuel tank capacity (l)||0.24|
|Chain Oil Tank Capacity (ml)||160|
|Fuel Consumption At Maximum Engine Power (L/h)||1.08|
|Start Assist System||Soft start|
|Choke w/ Automatic Fast Idle Release||Yes|
|Saw Chain Pitch (inch)||3/8|
|Guide Bar Gauge (inch)||0.050|
|Applicable Bar Length (cm/inch) 1||20, 25, 30 / 8, 10, 12|
|Sound pressure level (dB(A))||99.3|
|Sound power level (dB(A))||108.1|
|CO² (g/kW・h) 2||1104|
|Vibration Front handle/Rear handle (m/s²)||3.9 / 4.2|
- Not all lengths available in every country. Available bar lengths may incur differing RRPs. Please check with your local dealer.
- This CO² measurement results from testing a (parent) engine representative of the engine type (engine family) over a fixed test cycle under laboratory conditions and does not imply or express any guarantee of the performance of a particular engine.