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Estwing MFG Co E2H Carpenter's Hatchet Leather Grip 3-5/8"

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  • ESTWING CARPENTER'S HATCHET
  • 13" L
  • Full polished, forged one piece solid steel
  • Leather grip
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Product Description

Solid steel carpenter's hatchet with a beautiful leather grip. The head and handle are fully polished and are forged in one piece.

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Technical Details

Part Number E2H
Item Weight 2.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 13 x 1.2 x 6.3 inches
Item model number E2H
Size 13"
Material Steel
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

Additional Information

ASIN B0002JT0C8
Customer Reviews
4.2 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #143,508 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#98 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Gardening Tools > Axes
#22,473 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Hand Tools
Shipping Weight 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available July 25, 2007

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By Ray E. Dryden on January 28, 2013
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Pros: Classic design, Proven Staying Power
Cons: none
Best Uses: Shaping wood and framing work:

My father had an Estwing stacked leather handle hatchet. I always liked the design and the way it worked. I needed a hammer and, on looking around, found that the Estwing design, from 1923 is still being manufactured. Naturally I bought one, and was so taken with the idea of owning something of such classic and proven design that now I own practically a complete set of Estwing leather handled tools. You can't buy an American made "Perfect Handle" wrench or screwdriver anymore, but Estwing keeps right on making their striking tools to the same standard as when they designed their original 90 years ago.
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Camping season is just around the corner and last year my old one of 20 years was stolen so I had to get another one. This is you hammer for tent spike and an axe for making fire wood starter size pieces of wood. In the past I have used this to cut up large fish (shark) when camping on the beach.
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My dad bought me this hatchet when I was 11, I'm 27 now and it's still going strong. It's nicely balanced and it has a little more heft than the Gerber/Fiskars polymer-handled hatchets - mind you there's nothing wrong with those hatchets but the heavier head makes for easier chopping. The hammer head always comes in handy for stakes or pounding wedges. I've only had occasion to use the nail-puller once but it worked really well, it's a worthwhile feature. It's also nice to know that the handle isn't going to come loose, the head isn't going to come off.

Lately I've had a yen for a nicer hatchet or small axe, something on the order of a Wetterlings or even a Gransfors Bruks. Every time I get close though, I think about how well my Estwing has worked for years and how well it still works - I just can't justify setting it aside.
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Itrs an Estwing so what else needs to be said ? The reason it gets 4 stars instead of 5 is it comes with no sheath, nothing to protect the blade from you or you from the blade, what the H was estwing thinking ?
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First off, let me say that I have used an Estwing hammer since I was 12 years old, and it was older than me when I bought it in 1990. So I have a strongly favourable view of these products.

This hatchet arrived in bubble-wrap, but the top edge of the blade had clearly made contact with something hard and concrete-like, since there was some damage to the top quarter inch and a stoney-brown patch stuck to it. I'm guessing someone dropped it on a solid floor.
Quality wise, the steel feels really good under a sharpening stone. fairly hard but soft enough to sharpen. The handle looks great, very solid, though there is less of a palm swell than on my hammers. Balance is heavily forward, which would be a bit much on a hammer but makes sense on an axe. The head shape is actually awesome, you can comfortably grip the head to use it as a scraper or to whittle, it's more versatile as a woodworking tool than I expected. The hammer side works very well indeed, which is awesome for tent pegs, I prefer it to the back of hatchet method, here you have a hardened face and a round face that is less likely to find your fingers, and less likely to take off skin than the square corner on the back of a regular hatchet if you do. Criticisms: The grind is less even than my hammers, it looks pretty wobbly on the thin part of the handle. The finish on the pommel plate is very rough and uneven. The edge out of the box was very average, and a touch damaged, though it came back up OK with a little sharpening. I'll keep it, its a good and useful tool and the price is ok. If I had my time over I think I might buy one from a shop so I could pick a good example rather than the first one off the shelf, but then I'm fussy about my tools. Overall, satisfied. Arrived quickly.
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