Fiskars Machete Axe

May 23, 2017

Category: Gear

Take back control of your yard with the Fiskars Machete Axe. Looking more like a weapon out of a high fantasy film than for lawn maintenance, this axe can be used for clearing thick brush, chopping roots, cutting branches, and palms just to name a few.

This machete is designed for fast and powerful performance allowing you to tame whatever overgrown and seemingly unmanageable piece of land you come across. The ultra sharp, 18-inch rust-resistant blade is shaped for a wide range of tasks that helps you quickly and efficiently get the job done. It features a comfortable performance handle that lets you adjust your grip for accuracy and an axe-like blade head for chopping and splitting. Also, the sharpened blade curve allows for quick pull cuts and a sharpened tip for push-cutting and chiseling in tight spaces. The Machete Axe measures 29” in length and allows for one-handed use leaving the other hand free to grab and pile cuttings. It’s available now for $55, and is backed by a lifetime warranty.

Purchase: $55

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