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Fiskars Chopping Axe XXS X5


The compact XXS-X5 Chopping Axe is ideal for kindling small wood for a campfire. Because of its small size, the axe can be easily carried and even worn on a belt.

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Product Description

Fiskars Chopping Axe XXS X5

Fiskars’ next generation chopping axes are suitable for all types of woodworking, chopping, carpentry, and pruning. The range offers an amazing combination of minimalist design and sharp efficiency, with the right fit for all wood preparation jobs. Choose your size based on the work at hand. The thin, wide-edged blades of the Universal Chopping Axes offer a clean, easy cut in fresh, resinous wood like spruce or pine. The XXS-X5 Chopping Axe is ideal for kindling small wood for a campfire. The belt clip and small size make  it handy to carry even on your waist. Great and flexible tool for replacing a bigger knife while hiking.

  • For kindling small wood for a campfire
  • A small, light axe that can be easily carried in your bag or on your belt
  • Excellent and very versatile tool to replace larger knife when hiking
  • Special blade geometry and finish complemented by a light sturdy shaft and perfect balance
  • Ultralight and durable FiberComp shaft minimises fatigue and makes the axe virtually unbreakable
  • The hooked end of the handle prevents the ax from slipping out of the hand
  • Comes with a plastic sheath for easy carrying and storage

Tech Specs

  • Width: 13 mm
  • Length: 231 mm
  • Height: 28 mm
  • Weight: 560 g



Fiskars Group, a Finnish company founded in 1649 in the village of Fiskars, is Finland’s oldest continuously operating company. Its headquarters are in Helsinki’s Arabianranta. Fiskars initially focused on iron production and later expanded into cutlery manufacturing in 1832. The company played a significant role in Finnish agriculture and became known for its high-quality farm and household machines.

Fiskars’ international expansion began with a scissor factory in the United States, leading to the iconic orange-handled scissors. In the 2000s, the company shifted its focus to consumer products and made strategic acquisitions, including Iittala, Royal Copenhagen, and the WWRD group, which owns luxury home and lifestyle brands.

Since 2008, Fiskars has been committed to sustainable development, aiming to provide alternatives to the throwaway culture. The company is actively combating disposable culture and pursuing carbon neutrality in the coming years as part of its dedication to climate action.