This axe carries the endorsement of the Royal Horticultural Society, perhaps the ultimate accolade in the gardening world.
Traditionally crafted for enduring strength, high performance and comfort in use, this chopping axe is beautifully weighted, making it a real pleasure to use. Designed for two-handed use, you’ll find it useful for splitting firewood into manageable pieces for woodburning stoves or open fires. It’s also suitable for limbing branches for tree maintenance.
The head is crafted in forged high carbon steel, a process which changes the steel’s molecular structure, building in strength and maximising edge retention. The traditional FSC hickory wood handle offers outstanding shock absorption properties, while the gently flared handle end makes it easy to keep your grip on the handle, allowing you to use this axe with confidence.
This chopping axe is supplied with a soft buffalo hide pouch for safe storage when not in use. For peace of mind, the axe is covered by our five year guarantee against manufacturing defects.
You many also be interested in our hatchet axe, log-splitting maul, sledge hammer or log-splitting grenade.
Axe head: forged high carbon steel
Handle: FSC hickory wood
Pouch: buffalo hide (leather)
Maximum width of head: 21cm
Our last order date for pre-Christmas delivery is Thursday 17th December 2020. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee that orders received after this date will arrive before Christmas. Our online store will remain open over the Christmas and New Year period. Orders placed during this time will be despatched w/c 11 January 2021.
We currently accept orders from the UK and Channel Islands addresses only. The delivery options available are as follows.
Standard delivery £4.99, 3-5 working days
Express Delivery £9.99, next working day (cut-off for ordering: 2pm)
Express Delivery is not available to customers located in the Scottish Highlands or any Island addresses.
NB: Express orders placed after 2pm on a Thursday or before 2pm on a Friday will be delivered on the following Monday.