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Gardena Splitting Axe 2800 S

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Gardena Splitting Axe 2800 S

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Product description

A more powerful splitting axe made for splitting larger logs. The axe head has a non-stick coating which gives less friction amp; easy entry into the wood amp; the head geometry is adapted to the splitting application of large logs. Handle protection amp; long life due to the stainless steel shaft protection. Balance pt. Close to the axe head gives perfect balance amp; weight distribution. The combination of the optimized axe head amp; the light shaft concentrates the power into the cut which gives an easier split of the logs. Fiber-reinforced PA shaft makes the axe durable amp; robust. Hammer function for an easy amp; effective use of splitting wedges (no steel wedges)

Gardena Splitting Axe 2800 S

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