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MAC ALLISTER FORGED STEEL HAND AXE 690G £1.50 @ B&Q - Free C&C

£1.50 @ B&Q
Limited stock, not available everywhere. Though they do have a stock locator for C&C, it takes two minutes to check, it saves you going on a wild goose chase. Also available: 800g Axe £1.50: … Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Limited stock, not available everywhere. Though they do have a stock locator for C&C, it takes two minutes to check, it saves you going on a wild goose chase.

Also available:

800g Axe £1.50:
http://www.diy.com/departments/mac-allister-forged-steel-hand-axe-800g/677185_BQ.prd

2.5KG full handle £5.00:
http://www.diy.com/departments/mac-allister-forged-steel-long-handle-axe-25kg/677184_BQ.prd





Product InformationThis Mac Allister hand axe is constructed from forged steel with a comfort grip handle. It's ideal for for landscaping or cutting fire wood.

Guarantee - 2 years

Material: Forged steel
Handle material: Fibreglass
Weight: 690g
Length: 367mm
Model: AXE1.5F
Standard: BS2945
Finish: Forged
Width: 140mm
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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23 Likes
M_z
If I didn't already have a massive chopper, I might be tempted by this.

https://www.naturalinstinct.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/woman-with-magnifying-glass-873x663.jpg

Are you sure?
20 Likes
If I didn't already have a massive chopper, I might be tempted by this.
14 Likes
for those moments when you've just got the kids down to sleep and your neighbors dog won't stop barking, heat.
7 Likes
M_z
If I didn't already have a massive chopper, I might be tempted by this.


It's not about the size, it's how you swing it that counts ;)
7 Likes
TheSweeney
Heat for the price, but don't expect to become a lumberjack with this, i found chopping up an old chest of drawers hard enough.


You didn't have the lumberjack shirt, it makes all the difference.

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2 Likes #1
Heat for the price, but don't expect to become a lumberjack with this, i found chopping up an old chest of drawers hard enough.
20 Likes #2
If I didn't already have a massive chopper, I might be tempted by this.
7 Likes #3
M_z
If I didn't already have a massive chopper, I might be tempted by this.


It's not about the size, it's how you swing it that counts ;)
1 Like #4
Smooth jerks work well ;)
7 Likes #5
TheSweeney
Heat for the price, but don't expect to become a lumberjack with this, i found chopping up an old chest of drawers hard enough.


You didn't have the lumberjack shirt, it makes all the difference.
23 Likes #6
M_z
If I didn't already have a massive chopper, I might be tempted by this.

https://www.naturalinstinct.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/woman-with-magnifying-glass-873x663.jpg

Are you sure?
suspended 4 Likes #7
TheSweeney
Heat for the price, but don't expect to become a lumberjack with this, i found chopping up an old chest of drawers hard enough.


B&Q - the biggest UK DIY retailer - one of the worst websites ever made.

Don't worry about people becoming lumberjacks - this is ideal for cheap serial killers. Chop and throw

Ordered 5 - but doubt they'll be available. Will take my own to show my displeasure just in case!

Edited By: KareemSaid on Jun 01, 2017 12:14:
14 Likes #8
for those moments when you've just got the kids down to sleep and your neighbors dog won't stop barking, heat.
1 Like #9
Genuine question, who needs an axe nowadays?
suspended 4 Likes #10
AndrewHu
Genuine question, who needs an axe nowadays?


You have never lived - or nearly died. Great tools. Keep one under my drivers seat with a bit of kindle to explain away.

Seriously though - they are great for chopping up bones etc
5 Likes #11
Bought.
Now, does anyone know where I can get duct tapes for cheap as well?
Also, ropes.
Oh and a shovel too..
3 Likes #12
Rick Grimes loves his.
#13
This trumps my deal :(
2 Likes #14
Suthsy
This trumps my deal :(
You will probably end up with more heat, its the mystery of HUKD

Edited By: peter1969uk on Jun 01, 2017 12:33
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peter1969uk
Suthsy
This trumps my deal :(
You will probably end up with more heat, its the mystery of HUKD


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/spear-jackson-razorsharp-hatchet-5-00-add-item-amazon-2704034
#16
Non around the Stoke area.
3 Likes #17
AndrewHu
Genuine question, who needs an axe nowadays?


I don't but darn... it was in stock & I'll collect it tomorrow.
Thanx for the share Op :D
#18
I think they are kind of like baseball bats. I see lots of them sold but no one ever plays baseball.
#19
"hand axe" - a.k.a. hatchet.
/pedant off
2 Likes #20
AndrewHu
Genuine question, who needs an axe nowadays?

Plenty of people still have open fires, especially us country mice. A small hand axe is great for chopping firewood into kindling. I use a big 'un for splitting logs into firewood.
1 Like #21
Aaaaaahh thanks op. Very useful. I need to bury the hatchet with the ex girlfriend.
#23
My girlfriend will love this, says she needs one to go with the plastic bags, sleeping pills and shovel...says we'll have a special night tonight....woohoo, wonder what she's doing to me.
#24
idyllicrobzy
Bought.
Now, does anyone know where I can get duct tapes for cheap as well?
Also, ropes.
Oh and a shovel too..
You can get these at Selco. (They also do Visqueen)
1 Like #25
690g? Sounds very lightweight. Can't imagine it being up to much except the slimmest of kindling.
1 Like #26
Oh, now there's a surprise - OOS
#27
1 review on the b&q site- not looking worthwhile even at 1.50...
#28
I have bought a couple of Mac Allister tool recently. Been pretty below par, wont be getting any more. Can't sqoubble at £1.50 though, just dont expect it to be that good.
2 Likes #29
tinca
Oh, now there's a surprise - OOS
not a big surprise, it was obviously axed.
#30
Cheers!!
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/525b29dee4b001d420b13ded/5420840de4b0a0d6201cd69d/525c52f1e4b0be2ae632e1e6/1433408728676/choppingwood.jpg?format=500w
#31
I personally wouldn't bother with a store bought axe,the balance is usually awful and they don't hold an edge for more than one or two 'chops'.
If you really need a good axe,and are prepared to pay for the real deal,go for a new Gransfors Bruk,or do what I did,get a second hand Elwell head,recondition it,and put a Gransfors Bruk shaft on it,razor sharp,can be used all day,and all it needs is a light strop to bring it back to razor sharp again.
As it is made from carbon steel,dont forget to clean it after every use,and spray it with WD40 to keep the rust at bay!.
After the initial reconditioning,treat yourself to a Fallkniven DC4 to keep it in tip top condition,and a leather strop to keep the shaving sharp edge.

Edited By: DrTerror on Jun 01, 2017 15:01
1 Like #32
OOS everywhere I looked. no surprises there. Every time I go in a B&Q it seems to be full of stuff, but never has what you want. Its stock checker cannot be relied upon, and its website won't accept payments via mobile saying upgrade your browser.
#33
Heat added
#34
Too big for EDC.
#35
Wild goose chase, very few shops still stock them
#36
Dodge62
690g? Sounds very lightweight. Can't imagine it being up to much except the slimmest of kindling.

Exactly this, you would waste more energy trying to swing it hard enough to do any real impact.
Spend a few quid more and get a cheap one which is much heavier. Aldi do them for a fiver every so often, or a tenner for a longer handled version
#37
It's in stock at my local store, but the website falls over when I try to order it. Stoopid website.
#38
Oos everywhere
1 Like #39
Ordered and paid for the 800g one from my local as it claimed it was in stock. Have since received an email thanking ME for cancelling my order!! Sums up B&Q sh*t stock control and ordering system....
#40
I always got wood... so heat!

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