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Fiskars Chopping Axe S X10, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length: 44 cm - £23.95 from Amazon
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Fiskars Chopping Axe S X10, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length: 44 cm - £23.95 from Amazon

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Posted 3rd Mar

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Very handy axe with excellent reviews at its lowest price ever according to the three camels - uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Fis…ZME

Only the 44cm variety is reduced, the smaller axes are more expensive!

  • Universal hatchet (total length: 44 cm) for splitting and cutting logs up to 10 cm in diameter, Also suitable for woodwork and construction, Ideal for camping, hiking, bush craft, survival and outdoor activities
  • Very sharp blade in hardened steel with high quality coating, Perfect balance between head and handle for maximum swing power
  • Durable handle made of weather-resistant and impact-resistant fibreglass reinforced plastic, Handle moulded directly onto the tool head for greater safety, Firm and comfortable grip thanks to innovative handle with textured non-slip coating and hook end
  • Made in Finland, Long life product, Easy to sharpen the blade with a blade sharpener (available as part number: 1000601), Storage case included for safe transport
  • Contents: 1x Fiskars Chopping Axe S X10, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length: 44 cm, Weight: 980 g, Material: High Quality Steel/Fibreglass Reinforced Plastic, Colour: Black/Orange, 1015619
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I’m worried, i want one but i don’t know why
Perfect for getting into the bathroom.

heat , missus backscratcher ordered
cb-uk03/03/2020 12:40

Next time a woman asks you to "get your chopper out", you'll have …Next time a woman asks you to "get your chopper out", you'll have something to impress her with


Nah... She'll want the real thing!

Edited by: "Yas" 3rd Mar
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Perfect for getting into the bathroom.

heat , missus backscratcher ordered
I’m worried, i want one but i don’t know why
Highly rated axe, great price for the money.

PLEASE buy a sharpening / honing puck & learn how to use it from day one though!
(This is a HUKD advisement notice because sharp axes cause less damage & less bounce ..because they bite, than a non maintained axe) ..nb as someone who has had one in their leg I can vouchsafe for cleaner cuts & easier repair / healing
Perhaps skyrim ought to have an alternate "axe to the knee" saying

Nice find OP
Mr_Gus03/03/2020 12:16

Highly rated axe, great price for the money.PLEASE buy a sharpening / …Highly rated axe, great price for the money.PLEASE buy a sharpening / honing puck & learn how to use it from day one though!(This is a HUKD advisement notice because sharp axes cause less damage & less bounce ..because they bite, than a non maintained axe) ..nb as someone who has had one in their leg I can vouchsafe for cleaner cuts & easier repair / healingPerhaps skyrim ought to have an alternate "axe to the knee" saying Nice find OP


Got any you recommend?
Please note, wet, is best, not spit, just shallow fill a container & bring it to the stone, then dry & treat the head when finished.

Am sorely tempted, however I favour billhooks for smaller processing of logs compared to hatchets, preferred grip weight control compared to one small weighted area.
Folks, you need total zen concentration with this kit, background noise, a kid wandering around, a pet nearby can all take your minds eye off the aim & that's when problems happen, please prep the area & others that "library silence" is the best practise when using these
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 3rd Mar
Too small IMO for cutting down trees. Just useful for cutting kindling
Next time a woman asks you to "get your chopper out", you'll have something to impress her with
jasee03/03/2020 12:33

Too small IMO for cutting down trees. Just useful for cutting kindling


Yes, but all part of the "processing" business, some folk need this some folk don't circumstance, tree-stock, vs wood delivery.
Anyone with a WBS may find this handy as a lightweight kindling processor, or for cutting small limbs in the back country having felled with a bigger axe which you've got to carry too.
(would prefer this to a cruddy survival saw)
cb-uk03/03/2020 12:40

Next time a woman asks you to "get your chopper out", you'll have …Next time a woman asks you to "get your chopper out", you'll have something to impress her with


Nah... She'll want the real thing!

Edited by: "Yas" 3rd Mar
Thanks, OP.
It's always good to get them all into one thread for a bulk-mute.
Would this be about right for axe throwing?
Lvaxb2403/03/2020 13:03

Would this be about right for axe throwing?



I'll let you know tomorrow.
Too big to carry around London
Yas03/03/2020 11:42

Perfect for getting into the bathroom.[Image]


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Mr_Gus03/03/2020 12:24

Please note, wet, is best, not spit, just shallow fill a container & …Please note, wet, is best, not spit, just shallow fill a container & bring it to the stone, then dry & treat the head when finished.Am sorely tempted, however I favour billhooks for smaller processing of logs compared to hatchets, preferred grip weight control compared to one small weighted area.Folks, you need total zen concentration with this kit, background noise, a kid wandering around, a pet nearby can all take your minds eye off the aim & that's when problems happen, please prep the area & others that "library silence" is the best practise when using these


That was quite erotic. Thanks Mr Gus
Mr_Gus03/03/2020 12:24

Please note, wet, is best, not spit, just shallow fill a container & …Please note, wet, is best, not spit, just shallow fill a container & bring it to the stone, then dry & treat the head when finished.Am sorely tempted, however I favour billhooks for smaller processing of logs compared to hatchets, preferred grip weight control compared to one small weighted area.Folks, you need total zen concentration with this kit, background noise, a kid wandering around, a pet nearby can all take your minds eye off the aim & that's when problems happen, please prep the area & others that "library silence" is the best practise when using these


Total zen concentration!!...Its logs yer cutting not yoga yer doing ....man up who cares if there's a few limbs lopped off here n there
Just get on with it......
Happy to see the intended humour.
One time (not at band camp)

I was bent over to rush some fine kindling together to speed light a stove & had a dog sniff my "crack" one time with his hairy whiskers, ..I came so close to losing a finger to a billhook that time.

Another time, simple "jawing" by the wife who "forgot" nearly did me in too.

Worst injury (by my standards) was using a mandolin in the kitchen, (no guard typically needed) coarse slicing potatoes ..wife starts off talking my concentration go's as does my finger tip, fast trip to A&E to get it stitched back on.

Worst of all, ..it was my "wiping hand"
Mr_Gus03/03/2020 12:16

Highly rated axe, great price for the money.PLEASE buy a sharpening / …Highly rated axe, great price for the money.PLEASE buy a sharpening / honing puck & learn how to use it from day one though!(This is a HUKD advisement notice because sharp axes cause less damage & less bounce ..because they bite, than a non maintained axe) ..nb as someone who has had one in their leg I can vouchsafe for cleaner cuts & easier repair / healingPerhaps skyrim ought to have an alternate "axe to the knee" saying Nice find OP


I have the big version of this and I've never sharpened it - even after splitting many tonnes of wood.
Do splitting axes really need sharpening?
FWIW I use a machine for splitting nowadays as the axe eventually gave me tennis elbow (which is no fun whatsoever).
Heated; the small axe is great for kindling.
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 3rd Mar
Yup RSI from shock impact is not to be taken lightly.

I don't "need" this ...I do "want" this *but I am not a blade wielding shiva type entity.
Women & shoes kinda thing.
Mr_Gus03/03/2020 17:15

Yup RSI from shock impact is not to be taken lightly.I don't "need" this …Yup RSI from shock impact is not to be taken lightly.I don't "need" this ...I do "want" this *but I am not a blade wielding shiva type entity.Women & shoes kinda thing.


You’ve been all over this all day, just treat yourself!
joeymcjoe03/03/2020 17:30

You’ve been all over this all day, just treat yourself!


"Basket" ....don't tempt me further.

EDIT: Guys (& strange girls who might buy this also) please buy a suitable wall mount for any axes like this, left at floor level they are a risk to animals & feet (for starters) ..prone to moisture, puppy pee, & chips to the blade which then need re-working.

A hood for the axe head is also a must have allowing you to stow & go as well as offering more chafe / rub / nick protection, these can be made via a market trader thru specialist with leather (preferred) & metal poppers / ties ..they are all worth investing in, as is that lanskey puck mentioned earlier.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 3rd Mar
Mr_Gus03/03/2020 17:31

"Basket" ....don't tempt me further.


Make Jeff Bezos happy
You might be able to pick up a free hatchet here...
BBC News - Strabane: Three arrests and 13 hatchets seized after funeral fight
bbc.co.uk/new…762
I don’t need another axe... however!
ArmaghBargainHunter03/03/2020 17:45

You might be able to pick up a free hatchet here...BBC News - Strabane: …You might be able to pick up a free hatchet here...BBC News - Strabane: Three arrests and 13 hatchets seized after funeral fighthttps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-foyle-west-51663762


No evidence of them being fired... thank the lord.
What grade is the blade? I want to know if I can get it razor sharp on my grinding wheel for cutting through bones........
It's coronavirus not zombie apocalypse
Might need one if government and economy ever falls down
Edited by: "azual" 3rd Mar
Ordered thanks
Azaul, don't think they'd honour next day shipping in those circumstances 😷
Could be handy for grocery shopping when mass panic breaks out due to this corona virus
Now just looking for a deal on a zombie knife
Cold I have no use for it
EazyDuz04/03/2020 09:02

Cold I have no use for it


If you chopped up firewood & burned it you’d be warm.
Holding out for meat cleaver first
How are the aerodynamics for throwing?
Edited by: "Norseg" 4th Mar
Heat, cheap way to kill 10 victims, 1 per axe before you have to dump it in the thames, too expensive to get a one good axe
Damian6604/03/2020 09:36

If you chopped up firewood & burned it you’d be warm.


Awful joke
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