CS 3310

CHIPPER SHREDDER
$799.00
CS 3310 is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 20.
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CS 3310
CHIPPER SHREDDER
$799.00
CS 3310 is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 20.
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  • 250cc Briggs & Stratton OHV
  • 10:1 debris reduction ratio
  • 3" chipping capacity
  • 2-in-1 upright chipper shredder


Specs & Maintenance

Product Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad for the money Started and ran strong out of the box. No problem chipping branches and ate through leaves --- however, while trying to chip pricker vines, it clogged the unit. We weren't overloading it, but the opening at the bottom of the chute is prone to clogging esp. if you are feeding it a mixed batch of leaves and vines or twigs than can bend, catching other debris being fed into the hopper. Would prefer a larger opening at the bottom of the hopper so gravity can do its part to move debris along. It does reduce waste to very small chips and, as advertised, a large pile of yard waste filled only about 1/2 of the collection bag. It's small and portable, which is a plus. Good deal for the money, just remember it's not a commercial chipper and treat it as such.
Date published: 2014-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice Machine This is great machine. very well package for shipping the Freight guy delivered it to the end of the driveway it came fully assembled after about an hour of reading the manual I added the oil, fuel and fired it up it started at the first try. I used it for about 30 minutes and the results are great no problem when my wife came home I fired it up to show her and it start it up once again in the first try. I have a big job this weekend and I'm glad I bought this unit. P.S. I love the tow bar great to tow around my property with my riding tractor.
Date published: 2016-02-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Workhorse I'm impressed. I upgraded from a 6.5 HP C-S, and this one's a bear. The manual cautions to hold with both hands when feeding the chipper. Be sure you do for largest branches: feeds so aggressively that it will jam itself; smaller stock not a problem. Feed the big end first so you can let go when you have to. Makes nice shredded mulch, too. Starting effort = to 6.5 HP B&S. Have seen comments about hard to start when warm. Mine took 4 pulls to start warm, always starts on 2nd when cold. (I'm 68, 5-11, 172. I have 3 machines with 6-7 HP B&S engines.)
Date published: 2014-11-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from chipps good engine not so good. Bought this chipper from tractor supply. Tried to use it two times it worked great while cold. ate 3" limbs although they have to be no longer than 1'. When it got warmed up it does not want to run. It cuts out and will not even chip a 1/2" limb. The chipper works great does a wonderful job if it would stay running. Would have given a 5 all the way but it says a lot about quality when it will not work properly out of the box.
Date published: 2013-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yard chipper Purchased the CS3310 model. Went right to work with it. It performs as designed. Not a industrial chipper, this is a home owner type chipper. We dropped several trees and used a rental chipper and this chipper for smaller limbs. It did a fine job. I read reviews and I have not had the same negative experiences. My purchase was left over stock. Not started in at least a year +. Couple pulls we were ready to chip away. Starts fine for me. I recommend this for home owner use. Caution with outdoor storage. Rain Water collects in chopper chamber and can freeze. This will lock up the unit.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looked at many chippers with-in the same size as the 3310 and I decided to go with the Cub Cadet. I did see that some people had said they had trouble starting, but I have yet to have that issue. Starts every time with one pull and chews up everything I put in it up to about 3 or 4 inches. You do have to feed slowly so not to stall the motor out. For what it is intended for I would say it's great, I love it.
Date published: 2017-02-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good machine needs some fine tuning The tow bar is a must if you live on hilly terrain. The oil check/fill port is very cumbersome, does Briggs know how their engine is utilized in this application? The bag to catch the shredded leaves needs some improvement: the bag material is very slippery and hard to hold onto, handles would be nice; the capacity needs to be increased; a zipper along the seam would make emptying much easier; due to the size opening of the bag a good seal is not possible without added mechanical devices (I used a hand clamp to help seal the area). An electric start needs to be offered, my wife cannot start and I bought it for her use, so now it is my machine to use. It does a nice job of shredding leaves but the limited capacity of the bag means shutting down to empty and then restarting.
Date published: 2016-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made chipper shredder and EASY TO START Many bad reviews say this is hard or impossible to start when warm. It has a manual choke. If you understand how to use the choke it starts every time, usually on the first pull. For a cold start set the choke all the way on. As soon as it starts immediately move the choke at least part way off, if the weather is cold, and all the way off if the weather is warm. If it is cold out you may need to keep the choke part way on for a few seconds to keep the motor running until it warms up but don't start using it until the choke is all the way off or it will not reach full power. If it fires once but doesn't start on the first pull move the choke part way off and pull again. It should start. If you have been using the chipper and turn it off to empty the bag it will be a warm start. Leave the choke all the way off unless it took you a really long time and the motor has cooled quite a bit. Then you may need to set the choke part way on. This will depend on how much the motor has cooled and also the ambient temperature. If the chipper ran out of gas, after refilling, you will need to set the choke all the way on and pull a few times to get the gas flowing. As soon as it fires once(or starts) turn the choke off if the motor is still warm and it should start on the next pull. If you just refueled a cold motor that had run out of gas you may need to leave the choke part way on even after it fires once (or starts) but only for a few seconds. In any case if you leave the choke on after it fires at least once and pull a few more times you can flood the motor. To clear a flooded motor turn the choke off and pull a few times to clear the excess fuel. With practice, and understanding how the choke, engine temperature, and ambient temperature affect starting, you can usually start it with the first pull.
Date published: 2017-10-19
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