Fiskars Splitting Axe M X17
Maximize your wood splitting efficiency with the Fiskars Splitting Axe M X17, perfectly crafted for medium-sized logs. With its unique blade geometry, ultralight FiberComp shaft, and optimal anti-shock 3D surface, it offers a perfect balance for smaller quantities of fresh wood or occasional use.
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Fiskars Splitting Axe M X17: Perfectly Balanced Tool for Efficient Wood Splitting
Meet the Fiskars Splitting Axe M X17, a paragon of expert craftsmanship that brings the art of splitting wood to new heights. This purpose-designed tool easily manages one-strike splits of even the thickest logs, revolutionizing your wood splitting tasks.
The unique blade geometry of the M X17 makes it stand out. Its cutting edge slices seamlessly into the wood, while the thick axe blade pushes it apart. This ensures clean, easy splits every time. It’s ideally suited for medium-sized logs with a diameter of less than 20cm.
Particularly handy for splitting smaller quantities of fresh wood or occasional use, the Splitting Axe M X17 combines convenience and efficiency. Its lightweight yet sturdy shaft, complemented by perfect balance, allows for easy handling and reduces user fatigue.
Constructed with an ultralight and durable FiberComp shaft, this axe is virtually unbreakable. The shaft is designed to offer long-lasting performance, making it a reliable choice for your tool collection.
For comfort and safety, the axe handle is equipped with an optimal anti-shock 3D surface and a hooked end. These features ensure a comfortable, firm grip, preventing the axe from slipping out of your hand during use.
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.