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S.A. Wetterling Axe 32K Large Splitting Maul with Hickory Handle


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  • Made in Sweden
  • 6.6 lb. Swedish axe steel head,32 in. American hickory handle
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 31.9 x 2.2 x 5.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002C9GFNS
  • Item model number: 146
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,188 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

S.A. Wetterling Axes - Large Splitting Maul with Hickory Handle: Model SAW-32K. 31 3/4" overall. 2 3/4" cutting edge. Hickory handle. Brown leather blade cover included. Designed for splitting logs along the grain. The cutting edge is shaped at an aggressive angle and the bit is ridged. Features a tempered poll that can be used in combination with a splitting wedge that is both twisted and rippled to deal with the most gnarled logs. Made in Sweden.

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Opie on September 25, 2013
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Ok it's a quality tool but it's not magical. Don't get me wrong, I love Swedish axes. I have a small forest axe from Wetterlings and a hatchet from Gransfors. I use them both frequently and love them. Their quality is so far above and beyond what you might buy in a hardware store it's not even worth comparing them to the junk that True Temper or Collins is throwing out. The same can't be said for the maul. While it is a beautiful, finely crafted tool, it doesn't really split wood that much better than the 6lb lump of Mexican Iron I've been using for years. Is it prettier? Yes. Would it glow blue if orcs were near? Probably. But, unlike an axe, a maul doesn't benefit from precision Scandinavian craftsmanship. The steel doesn't need to hold an edge, the grind doesn't need to be precise. It just needs to be shaped like a maul. It also wouldn't hurt if the handle on this thing was a few inches longer. Lighter mauls are meant to be swung fast, and a bit more length would would be helpful. I do like this thing, and I'd probably buy it again, but don't expect the wood to notice that it's being bashed with Old-Word-Craftsmanship on a stick instead of a similarly shaped Chinese tool. Also, minor gripe, the maul I received does not exactly match the picture. At some point it seems as if Wetterlings changed the design to something shorter and blunter, without the subtle curve along the top of the tool. While i prefer the appearance of the pictured tool, I'm not sure it makes any difference regarding performance.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ms yim on October 8, 2013
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This maul does not get stuck in wood! Every previous maul I have owned would get stuck in knotty wood, but not this one. With other mauls I would have to try and pry it out or pound it through with a sledge. The wood just coughs it back up. Amazing. Some reviewers are bemoaning the fact that their maul looks different than the one pictured. The reason is that this maul was redesigned about a year ago with a different geometry to prevent this very problem(getting stuck) and it works wonderfully.
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Like some of the other Wetterlings reviews I read, my blade is not perfectly in line with the handle. I find that this cause a lot of kicks to the side with imperfect swings. The handle is nice, and the head seems nicely made, but I can't get over the fact that it seems misaligned. I also bought a $50 Fiskars/Gerber Maul, and it is perfectly straight, and actually splits a little better than this one for 3 times the cost. I am sure the Fiskars head is not the same quality steel, but as long as I keep it sharp, I expect it will last at least as long as I will need it to, and if not, I could have bought two more and still not have spent more than I spent on this one. If these two axes disappeared tomorrow I would buy another Fiskars instead.
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The last splitting maul I will ever buy. Like the fact it is hand made by craftsmen, not a Chinese knockoff. Make sure you use it on a solid surface, I tried it on ground and was not impressed, put the log on solid surface and it split like a dream.
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