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Leveraxe Classic MX - 36 inch Splitting Axe, Vipukirves

4.1 out of 5 stars 106 ratings

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Brand Vipukirves
Item Dimensions LxWxH 36 x 3 x 8 inches
Handle Material Hickory Wood
Color Red, Black
Item Weight 2.5 Kilograms

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  • LEVERAXE CLASSIC MX is very efficient and enjoyable tool for chopping wood
  • Leveraxe's innovated design produces a levering action as it sinks into the wood. Less force is required to split the wood compared to traditional axes.
  • The hook on the back of the axe is a brake. This feature stops the axe on top of the wood, not allowing it to go into the ground or the user's leg.
  • Leveraxe's high quality steel head weighs 4.18 lbs. This light weight axe allows women and men of all abilities to split firewood with ease.
  • Length: 35.5 inches -Total weight: 5.5 lbs -Axe head weight: 4.18 lbs

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LEVERAXE is a prime example of a Finnish design and innovation. The head has been forged and the handle is made of hickory. The product is high quality and the head has a 10 years warranty. Product has a "Design from Finland"-mark. LEVERAXE is an efficient tool for chopping firewood, possessing many advantages, such as speed and work safety, over traditional axes and small hydraulic log splitters. LEVERAXE separates sections from the log using a unique lever action that allows logs with branches to be split into firewood in seconds. The splitting force of LEVERAXE is considerably stronger than with a traditional axe. Strike and loosen!

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 21, 2015
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4.0 out of 5 stars Performs as advertised and is one of many tools to use to accomplish this task, but the cost is out of line
By Bob C on August 21, 2015
Does what it says it will do and is one of many tools you may choose to have depending on your situation.
My situation is that we had several huge trees taken down in our backyard - some were 4 feet in diameter - so once they were cut down to 3 foot sections, they were very heavy and hard to move. Buying or renting a splitter were options - but I would have had to get the thing in the back yard, and if renting it, would have had to work quickly to work through the huge volume of wood. Moving these large sections would have been back-breaking - so I opted to give this axe a try as it seemed that is was worth trying.
It does what it claimes to do - I was able to take the large sections, turn them face up and cleave away at their outside knocking off pieces as I went around with the axe until I got the piece down to a 2 ft diameter section so that I could then lift it into the "tire" holder and finish the job.
It works best with dry wood without knots (as does every splitter) - it is not hard to use and get the hang of, and I will note that the technique is actually a lot less "damaging" to your forearms/wrists as you essentiall let it go as it is falling and you quickly learn not to absorb all the impact through your arms - but the axe does its job. So, I spit about a cord with this the first weekend out - and used both it and my maul axe. There are times where the maul is the right tool and there were times where this was the right tool - I was glad I had both.
The nice thing is I can take my time with all this wood in the backyard. I don't have to rush to get it done so I can return the rented splitter, and I don't have to plan the day around starting up a splitter I own and rolling the heavy logs over to it ... so I can get it done at my own pace
The downside - it is way too expensive - I get it that it is a unique design, but the price is outrageous - I only bought it because I thought it would be worth trying instead of renting a splitter for the weekend and getting very little done or buying one at 5-6 times the cost - but at the end of the day - this is a piece of steel on the end of a handle - it shouldn't cost this much. So, happy with the tool in its performance, but feel like the price is highway robbery
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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on September 25, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Goofy Axe
By TheSpaceWanderer on September 24, 2019
It took a few swings to get used to this axe but once I did i really liked it. It does what it says. I have back problems and tendonitis in my arm so swinging my 8lb maul is taxing. I considered spending the money for a hydraulic splitter but looked for other options first. Found the lever axe and for the price I split for an hour or so after work today without any pain. I am a fan. It does have limitations though. Anything with lots of knots will still need a maul or wedge but the lever axe certainly earned its place in my garage.
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