Fiskars

Fiskars

During the seventeenth century a number of ironworks were founded in Finland. The large tracts of forestland in the Pohja region along with its unharnessed water power and good water routes made it an ideal centre for the Finnish iron industry. The ironworks at Antskog were founded around 1630, and Billnäs followed in 1641. Fiskars was started in 1649, and today is one of the oldest businesses in the western world.

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  1. Fiskars Chopping Axe X7

    Fiskars Chopping Axe X7

    £36.00

    Fiskars Chopping Axe X7 is the right choice of axe for universal cutting tasks: it is most suitable for campers, hikers, and as a companion for outdoor activities as well as being practical for the car or boat.
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  2. Fiskars Carpenters Axe X10

    Fiskars Carpenters Axe X10

    £40.00

    Fiskars Carpenters Axe X10 as its name suggests is specially designed for carpenters and construction workers. This tool enjoys an optimal 30 degree cutting bevel angle in the same manner as for other chopping axes.
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  3. Fiskars Splitting Axe X27

    Fiskars Splitting Axe X27

    £65.00

    Fiskars Splitting Axe X27 features a longer shaft for more power for heavier splitting tasks. This allied to the heavy 2.7 kilo head and the 35 degree convex cutting bevel angle makes it one of the most powerful splitting axes you could hope for.
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