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Fiskars Splitting Axe  XXL X27,2.7 kg, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length 96 cm £41.94 @ Amazon
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Fiskars Splitting Axe XXL X27,2.7 kg, Storage and Carrying Case Included, Length 96 cm £41.94 @ Amazon

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jgtuk30/09/2019 16:34

Fiskars Splitting Axe XXL X27,2.7 kg for £23.70... I don't think so...



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Make.Amazon.Great.Again30/09/2019 13:01

That's one crazy price increase. I bought one last week for £23.70


That’s a very good price. Wish you had posted the deal on here.
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That's one crazy price increase. I bought one last week for £23.70
I`ve had this axe a few years and i actually enjoy splitting wood with it, can`t remeber what i paid but i think i got it from FFX they were cheapest when i got mine
Make.Amazon.Great.Again30/09/2019 13:01

That's one crazy price increase. I bought one last week for £23.70


That’s a very good price. Wish you had posted the deal on here.
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Sweet, will be so useful post-brexit
very good price for this size. 70 euro axe in its homeland, Finland
Good price for this.
If you're in the market for a splitting maul, this is worth a look - had my set for 4 years and still going strong:

screwfix.com/p/r…279
Not a bargain price for me, sorry. Cold.
Make.Amazon.Great.Again30/09/2019 13:01

That's one crazy price increase. I bought one last week for £23.70



Fiskars Splitting Axe XXL X27,2.7 kg for £23.70... I don't think so...
jgtuk30/09/2019 16:34

Fiskars Splitting Axe XXL X27,2.7 kg for £23.70... I don't think so...



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jgtuk30/09/2019 16:34

why?


What do you mean? I'd say £30 would be a better deal for this. And I really like fiskars, but I'm not going to pay £40 for a pair of shears as I'd rather £25. I'm going to wait.
Heat, another addition in preparation for the post brexit/zombie apocalypse
edgeone30/09/2019 16:46

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My apologies for doubting you
Cracking price then, I've had one for more than 10 years and apart from needing sharpening occasionally it's as good as new... I wish I'd have seen this price - I'd have got my brothers to buy their own instead of borrowing mine
consume30/09/2019 16:48

What do you mean? I'd say £30 would be a better deal for this. And I …What do you mean? I'd say £30 would be a better deal for this. And I really like fiskars, but I'm not going to pay £40 for a pair of shears as I'd rather £25. I'm going to wait.



Having seen the other price for this I understand what you mean. It's worth the money though, brilliant piece of kit.
jgtuk30/09/2019 17:52

My apologies for doubting you Cracking price then, I've had …My apologies for doubting you Cracking price then, I've had one for more than 10 years and apart from needing sharpening occasionally it's as good as new... I wish I'd have seen this price - I'd have got my brothers to buy their own instead of borrowing mine


They're good quality, worth setting up a price alert for.

BTW, you don't sharpen mauls / splitting axes, they're supposed to be blunt.
I got this from Homebase
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edgeone30/09/2019 18:22

They're good quality, worth setting up a price alert for.BTW, you don't …They're good quality, worth setting up a price alert for.BTW, you don't sharpen mauls / splitting axes, they're supposed to be blunt.


These Fiskars splitting axes are actually sharp and should be kept sharp. They're not mauls.
Love mine, had for years, hollow composite is industructable and soooo light, best investment I made and that was at £55.
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89quidyoucantgowrong30/09/2019 19:06

These Fiskars splitting axes are actually sharp and should be kept sharp. …These Fiskars splitting axes are actually sharp and should be kept sharp. They're not mauls.


I think the fact that it weighs so much means that it *is* a maul.
Except that a maul seems to me also usable as a hammer.
And I broke my last Fiskars splitting axe (maul?!) by using it like that.

Apart from that, this is a great tool.
Is it better than a sledgehammer and a grenade? Not sure - and I've split quite a few tonnes of wood both ways.

What I *can* say is that both methods gave me tennis elbow - which is a monumental pain in the . . .
simonspeakeasy30/09/2019 20:26

I think the fact that it weighs so much means that it *is* a maul.Except …I think the fact that it weighs so much means that it *is* a maul.Except that a maul seems to me also usable as a hammer.And I broke my last Fiskars splitting axe (maul?!) by using it like that.Apart from that, this is a great tool.Is it better than a sledgehammer and a grenade? Not sure - and I've split quite a few tonnes of wood both ways.What I *can* say is that both methods gave me tennis elbow - which is a monumental pain in the . . .


Found grenades to be more effective on twisted / knotted wood. You can be very accurate with the grenade placement and I usually start it off with a club hammer.
edgeone30/09/2019 16:24

Good price for this.If you're in the market for a splitting maul, this is …Good price for this.If you're in the market for a splitting maul, this is worth a look - had my set for 4 years and still going strong:https://www.screwfix.com/p/roughneck-log-splitter-set-3-pieces/48279



Ordered that thanks.
Dave_dave6930/09/2019 22:17

Ordered that thanks.




If your going full whack on the grenade it's worth wearing eye protection. I've had one break on me (not roughneck). Probably a poor cast / alloy.
edgeone30/09/2019 22:28

If your going full whack on the grenade it's worth wearing eye … If your going full whack on the grenade it's worth wearing eye protection. I've had one break on me (not roughneck). Probably a poor cast / alloy.



Thanks - I always wear eye protection when working in the garden.
edgeone30/09/2019 18:22

They're good quality, worth setting up a price alert for.BTW, you don't …They're good quality, worth setting up a price alert for.BTW, you don't sharpen mauls / splitting axes, they're supposed to be blunt.



I don't sharpen to a fine edge, just enough to remove wear and help stop bounce. I've used LOTS of these types of splitters/mauls/axes over the last 40 years and this is genuinely the best of the lot (imo). Some of those cheap diy types are terribly balanced and vibrate badly. If you use regularly (as I do) you will have problems with joints very quickly.
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