Fiskars Universal Camping Axe(hatchet) & Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Hatchet .

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Today we review 2 small axes made for outdoor activities these would be : The Fiskars Camping Axe and the Gerber Bear Grylls hatchet .

 Starting with the Fiskars Camping Axe.

  • For outdoor activities & for returns Campfire preparation
  • Durable and lightweight handle made of glass fiber reinforced plastic and 23e3829b-313f-4a87-bc5f-ab4613503bec._SR285,285_.jpgconnection between ax head and handle
  • For carving and for outdoor fires preparation
  • With blades and transport protection
  • Wide blade for cutting and working of workwood.

At a weight of only 640g and product size of 23 x 13 x 2 cm the Fiskars is a Axe made to cut branches and woodworking . With a grip made of non-slip rubber hook shaped handle end and the lack of connection betwen the head and the handle ensures handling and safety in use . As for the blade it is made of high quality ,anti-stick , double hardened steel for high durability .

Small and reliable get your own at :Fiskars Hatchet

Gerber Bear Grylls Survival hatchet .

Made at the recommandation of the survivalist Bear Grylls this hatchet combines more functions , serving both as an hatchet for fire preparing work as well as blade material.

  • Blade made of stainless steelBGSH-best-cover
  • Non-slip rubber grip
  • Lightweight
  • Perfect for woodwork
  • Dual purpose

Weighing at only 590 g with a sheet on similar in size with the Fiskar , the Gerber hatchet uses a combination of axe and blade traits to allow the user the best possible performance in any situation .

Fanboy or interested check at :Gerber Bear Grylls Survival Hatchet [31-002070]

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