Echo CS-3510 Chainsaw

The CS-3510 is the lightest chainsaw in its class, ideal for small to mid-sized jobs, it powers through with reliability and productivity.

Power Rating

34.4 CC

Limited Warranty

5 Years


With a 34.4 cc professional-grade, 2-stroke engine and weighing only 8.2 lbs., the CS-3510 is the lightest chainsaw in its class. Featuring an i-30™ ignition system, it starts with 30% less effort, and the three-point spring vibration reduction system offers premium operator comfort. The multi-stage air filtration system thoroughly filters the intake air, reducing maintenance and prolonging the life of the engine. When maintenance is due, the air filter is easy to access without using tools, making maintenance a breeze, and the side-access chain tensioner allows for easy and simple chain adjustment. The translucent fuel tank makes it easy to keep an eye on the fuel level. The clutch-driven adjustable oiler only operates when the chain is moving to reduce oil consumption, and the dual-post chain brake increases durability.


  • 34.4 CC Professional-Grade, 2-Stroke Engine for Outstanding Performance and Durability
  • The i-30 Ignition System Reduces Starting Effort by 30%The Textured Grip Handles Provide Optimum Saw Control
  • The Three-Point Spring Vibration Reduction System Increases Operator Comfort
  • The Multi-Stage Air Filtration System Thoroughly Filters the Intake Air, Reducing Maintenance and Prolonging the Life of the Engine
  • The Tool-Less Access Air Filtration System Allows for Easy and Convenient Maintenance
  • The Translucent Fuel Tank Makes It Easy to Keep an Eye on the Fuel Level
  • The Clutch-Driven Adjustable Oiler Only Operates when the Chain is Moving to Reduce Oil Consumption
  • The Side-Access Chain Tensioner Allows for Easy Chain Adjustments
  • The Dual-Post Chain Brake Increases Durability
  • 5-Year Consumer/2 Year Commercial Warranty

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