Fiskars Chopping Axe Extra Small X7
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The Fiskars Chopping Axe XS X7 is perfect for chopping small wood and making tinder.
- Universal hatchet (total length: 35.5 cm) for splitting small logs, cutting branches up to 7 cm in diameter and making small wood for the fireplace, stove, barbecue or campfire, Ideal for camping, hiking, bush craft, survival and outdoor activities
- Very sharp blade in hardened steel with coating, Ideal 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 handle end with flared guard for optimum finger protection
The durable universal axe from Fiskars is ideal for splitting logs and matches under 7cm for the fireplace, stove, grill or campfire.
The extra sharp blade and the perfect balance between axe head and handle ensure effortless splitting.
In addition, the non-slip, weather-resistant handle and the inseparable connection of the axe head and handle ensure maximum safety.
The high-quality workmanship and the inseparable connection between the Axe handle and the Axe head enable the perfect swing without great effort.
The blade is made of double-hardened, non-stick quality steel, which assures easy wood penetration. The blade can easily be reground and convinces by its longevity.
The Axe Handle made of glass fibre reinforced plastic with non-slip rubber handle and hook-shaped handle end facilitate the splitting of different wood thicknesses and diameters.
Made in Finland
Fiskars stands for quality and innovation since 1649. Our axes have worked millions of logs. Our knives have cut millions of slices of bread. Our scissors have cut millions of metres of fabric - with outstanding success.