The new STIHL electric chain saws
The right choice for every application
STIHL electric saws are emission-free and can be used anywhere where an electrical outlet is available. The new generation of these saws comes in a variety of performance classes. So whether you're a hobbyist or a professional, there's a saw for you. The STIHL MSE 170 C, MSE 190 C and MSE 210 C are especially well-suited for sawing jobs around the house, yard or garden, and they make cutting firewood a snap. If you use your saw more often or for your job, then the STIHL MSE 230 C is the tool for you – for example for trimming lumber quickly but precisely. The new models have one thing in common: they're bound to impress with their superb cutting performance, controlled handling, improved features and modern design.
High-performance electric motor
Stronger, faster, better: thanks to greater power and higher chain speeds, the new STIHL electric chain saws' cutting performance is up to 20% better in comparison with previous models.
Long service life
Metal beats the test of time: new gears with metal teeth make these tools even more robust, and longer lasting than ever.
Ergonomic soft grip
A firm hold on a soft grip: all the new STIHL electric chain saws have an ergonomically designed soft grip in the rear part of the handle, ensuring you always have perfect control, and a good grip on the tool.
Stable bumper spike
Saw with precision: a bumper spike fixes the tool to the wood so you can rely on exact cutting precision.
STIHL QuickStop Super chain brake
Super effective: as soon as you let go of the rear control lever, the chain brake switches off the electric motor and the saw chain stops.
Quick Chain Tensioning requiring no tools
The saw chain can be adjusted without any tools. (Not on the MSE 170 C-Q and MSE 190 C-Q.)
Intelligent overload protection
Top performance without any overload: if your electric chain saw overheats, it automatically shuts off the motor by activating the red overload button. On the MSE 230 C, a red LED light indicates overload or overheating. The motor cools down after a few moments, and you can go right back to work.
Gentler start-up so you can just get started: a starting current limiter protects the electricity source when you turn on the saw. That means you can use your saw even with weaker electric power circuits.