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Fiskars X15 Chopping Axe, 23.5-Inch
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- All-purpose chopping axe makes felling small trees and chopping logs of virtually any size quick and easy
- Chops up to three times deeper than a traditional axe to chop more faster
- Perfected balance and power-to-weight ratio increases swing speed to multiply power, much like an aluminum baseball bat
- Ultra-sharp blade with a low-friction coating powers through wood
- Stronger-than-steel FiberComp handle won't break through overstrike, and the PermaHead insert-molded axe head will not loosen or fly off
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Top Customer Reviews
It was a good strike just like the 2 before it but the 3rd strike and it was OUT!
I liked this axe until it broke. It was light and accurate, easy to use.
I wish I could post a photo to show what happened to this "virtually unbreakable" axe
The problem is it was given to me as a gift and I'm not sure how to get a refund!
Fiskars, I would like a replacement please!
Edit: I sent a photo of the broken axe to Fiskars and they sent me a replacement.
Great customer service Fiskars, Thanks!
1) Leave the factory edge on your ax. It is there to withstand the work you are going to put the ax through. Other posters here have mentioned adding a second bevel or making the edge super fine. Do not be surprised when your ax fails if you mess with it---chips, roll overs, or even rusts because you removed the protective coating.
2) You can avoid all the above issues by picking up the Fiskars sharpener made specifically for the brand's axes(if you have no sharpening skills). It comes sharp "out of the box", but by adding the sharpener, you can be a complete moron when it comes to sharpening and never ruin the edge. The metal is softer than you might expect so it will chip and dull quickly if you hit the ground/a rock...but if you put a good edge on it, that will last as long as it is hitting your target---hopefully wood or maybe a zombie if we're that unlucky.
3) While it is called a chopping ax, I would not use it to split wood(what some call chopping).Read more ›
I used it to replace a very very old steel-head axe with a hickory handle (the head kept coming off and I don't have to tools to hang it again.) Being new it was nice and sharp, didn't get stuck too much. It was a bit shorter than I expected -- my old axe was a 25- or 26-inch, so 24 seemed a tad short whereas 28-inch seemed too long. Going from a hickory handle to synthetic, the feeling is not the same when it hits, it gave a much harsher feeling in my arms. It was also a tad lighter than my old axe. Fine, I had to adjust a bit, I got over it and the result is that I cut some hard old wood faster than before and it was a lot of fun.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have placed all my old axes and mauls in storage in favor of Fiskars hatchet, chopping and splitting axes. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by GWR
Awesome backpacking/ hiking axe. I strap it on my pack almost anytime I go out. Going strong so far and has kept a wicked edge even though the steel is softer.Published 9 days ago by Joshua
I don't split too much wood and I've only had the fiskers for about a year but so far so good. Does real well with over strikes, which is great for me because I don't have the... Read morePublished 13 days ago by hodgie98
Very nice lightweight axe, great blade, nice and sharp. Very happy with this purchasePublished 15 days ago by BK
its a fiskar, a little small for me, will try it on the next camping trip. make sure you check the size before ordering, i didn't think that this one was shorter then a normal... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Matthew Davis
Love it, It is just what I wanted. I will recommend it to my friends.Published 22 days ago by Edna Stephens
It is used to make kindling for our campfires. Very well built with the composite handle.Published 24 days ago by John M.