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Yes4All Camping Axe with Saw – Full Combo Includes A Plastic Sheath and A Fire Starter (Optional: Combo with Knife)
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- Sturdy & powerful: Yes4All camping Axe is constructed of solid stainless steel and axe handle is made of strong aluminum alloy. Built to use in tough works, our axe is ideal for you to use in camping & barbecue, adventure & trekking, hiking
- All-in-one survival tool set: lightweight & portable, This versatile camping Axe is included All things you need to survive (8 tools included - Axe, hammer, fish scaler tool, opener, handle rope, whistle, fire starter, glass breaker)
- Adjustable length: the handle of Yes4All camping Axe is adjustable according to your needs. Its length can be changed by adjusting the extension bars of the handle, very convenient for using in different usage scenarios
- Outstanding quality & design: stainless steel blade is great to chop up small to medium trees and logs. Textured aluminum handle provides a firm & strong grip while the blade is safely protected in a nylon sheath, easy & safe to carry around
- : Yes4All provides 1 year and 6 day Free return for this versatile axe. We always stand by our products and provide satisfactory customer service Experience
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Built For Your Needs
Inspire Outdoor Lovers
Versatile Axe Makes Your Life Easy
Adjustable Length & Portable
Strong Sturdy Axe
|Camping Axe Set Kit||Multi-Functional Camping Axe with Saw||Combo Outdoor Camping Axe & Knife||Outdoor Camping Axe||Fixed Blade Knife|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Handle||Textured, Non Slip||Textured, Non Slip||Textured, Non Slip||Textured, Non Slip||Textured, Non Slip|
|Kit Include:||Axe Head, Fish Scaler Tool, Whistle , Extension Bar, Fire Starter, Safety Hammer, Nylon Sheath, Hand Rope||Axe, 12-inch Saw Knife, Plastic Case, Fire Stater||Axe, Knife, Plastic Case, Fire Stater||Axe, Knife, Plastic Case, Fire Stater||Knife, Nylon Sheath, Fire Stater|
MULTI-PURPOSE SURVIVAL AXE KIT FOR YOUR WILD ADVENTURE Yes4All Survival Camping Axe Kit is designed & manufactured with the most important qualities any survival gear or equipment should possess in mind - Compact Size and Light Weight, Practicality, Durability & Versatility. With the smart, multi-purposed design, you do not need to carry all the small items necessary for emergency situations but the axe kit. Everything you need to address your most basic survival needs included in the axe kit: 1 x Axe 1 x Fish Scaler Tool 1 x Fire Starter 1 x Whistle 2 x Extension Bars 1 x Safety Hammer 1x Bottle Opener 1 x Nylon Sheath 1 x Hand Rope SUPERIOR QUALITY & PRACTICAL DESIGN: All metal construction axe feels solid and well-built in your hands. The axe head is made of good quality stainless steel with the sturdy aluminum handle instead of plastic to ensure the best quality for this survival hatchet. Moreover, all the threads for each tubular attachment are durable and smooth to use for the best performance. Long handle that can be adjusted with 2 extra extension bars. Textured patterns on the handle also enhance firmer grip and increase hand comfort while holding the axe. EASY TO CARRY AROUND: Features compact size 16. 14” x 0. 33” x 1. 22” and weighs only 2. 54 lbs., the axe is easy to store and carry along. Also it is equipped with a Nylon Sheath so you can keep your blade safely sheathed and concealed when carrying it on your belt. : 1 Year – 60 Day Free Return.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 13.5 x 7.4 x 1.7 inches; 2.65 Pounds
- Item model number : 7SGV
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : July 19, 2018
- Manufacturer : Yes4All
- ASIN : B07FQB8ZTB
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- #138 in Camping Axes & Hatchets
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Out of the box, I was impressed with the sharpness of the blade and the design of the holder. It took me a few minutes playing around with it to figure out the smoothest way to remove the axe from the holder, (turn the catch a full 180, then pivot the axe so that the flat end tilts up and out of the holder).
At first, I wasn't sure if the belt clip was meant to be adjustable and I was afraid I might break it, but it can be swiveled with a bit of force, with it locking at various positions up to 90 degrees +/- from the default position. The clip seems very solid and is attached with a metal screw, rather than a plastic rivet.
The handle is made of a high impact, textured, hollow plastic. The handle contains the hand saw, which is help in place by a nylon strap and a metal snap. This snaps securely and the materials seem heavy duty and durable. The knife reminded me a bit of a Ginsu Knife, more than a saw, but it does work well on sawing off twigs and small branches, or finishing off a larger cut you started with the axe.
With the handle being hollow, I was a bit afraid of it's durability, but I did a fair amount of chopping to separate a winter-felled young tree from just above the break and to remove some larger branches, as well as shave off some smaller ones. I'm convinced that the handle is indeed durable, but I'll have to see how it holds up under heavier use. No bending, cracking, or shifting of the axe head.
The balance of the axe is a little off from what I'm used to with wooden or wrapped metal handles. All the weight is at the head. When chopping, I felt this was a double edged sword; the lighter weight reduced fatigue while chopping by a notable amount; however, it seemed like a job required more chops than a heavier axe might. Not only due to less weight to provide more of an aid from gravity on each downswing, but I also found my swings a bit less accurate than with other hatchets I've used. Not wild swings, by any stretch, but I found when working towards separation that I was chopping out a half inch wide furrow, rather than being able to finely place each swing into a finer grove. (I think the lower weight and balance make slight variations in you wrist position and chopping motion translate into a wider arc of uncertainty).
The blade, being sharp and true, lessened the negatives of the wider trough of the cut. It went deep on each chop and easily spit wood from the gouge as I worked at it.
All in all, you just can't beat it for the price. Good weight for backpacking. Solid construction. Hefty blade that comes sharp, while also taking and keeping a nice freshly sharpened edge.
The saw knife does work well for light sawing duty.
I haven't tested the fire starter. It comes with a painted on coating that will need to be shaved off to provide for it's proper function and I didn't want to bother. I will say that the mechanism for holding the fire starter in place is solid and it stays nice and tight, while still being easy to remove, as needed.
If you don't need a hatchet light enough to make a part of a back pack or bug out bag, and want something for a heavy workload, you might want to consider something with a solid handle. Better heft, balance and accuracy would be better in such a case. However, this is a great option for camping/backpacking. You lose some weight, but you don't sacrifice quality, by going with this system. Some camping versions of tools and equipment sacrifice quality, functionality and durability to a degree that can make them next to worthless when you actually need to use them. That is NOT the case here.
Very happy for the price.
Beyond that, this has something the Gerber does not: the metal match/firestarter. And at a price that was 35% less.
But that 35% is only about 12 bucks so it isn't that big a deal. But for something to throw in the back of your truck for emergencies or to stick in a bug-out/get-home bag, that $12 buys a bunch of extra stuff.
The Gerber sheath for the head is just a soft nylon webbing, which is fine but if it gets wet it holds moisture against the head and leads to rust that you don't know about. This has a nice hard plastic head, with carrying handle, and belt clip. There's a retaining tab that was stiff the first time I moved it, but is just fine and does a good job.
In summation, don't avoid it because it isn't a Gerber.
Packaging - They arrived in a large shipping bag. Each in their own box. But the box the axe came in was crushed/damaged before it even shipped because the box had tape over the seams. The axe did not appear damaged.
Axe - The sheath/holder has a handle and belt clip. Its made of a strong enough plastic. The fire starter is tightly held in, I recommend when you get it put some gloves on and remove the fire starter several times to make it easier to remove. There is a latch to hold the axe in place. The axe handle is plastic and is hollow once you unbuckle and release the hand saw. The hand saw is good enough, I've seen better stand alone saws. The axe head appears to be one solid piece with a hole in the middle. I assume the handle was 2 pieces and connected together around the axe head. I see a seam down the handle. Made in China.
Knife - Woodland/forest pattern on the nylon sheath and knife. The sheath has a loop for a belt to go through and a snap on buckle. Its a fixed blade survival knife with some large serrations. This knife is deceptive. First look at it I thought it would be some weight to it, it didn't. It was lighter than my Gerber LMF II knife. The knife feels hollow but its one solid piece. The knife feels strange in my hands compared to my other knives. I don't have any faith in this knife to help me survive. Made in China.
Conclusion - I'm going to give the axe and knife a try. I think the axe is going to do great and I don't expect much from the knife. I bought this for the axe and saw combo, its a good deal and you get a free knife and fire starter.