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A new axe 4 months 1 week ago #17142

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Some guy has gone and reinvented the ax. This is pretty cool and I thought some of us crazy sharp edge people might get a kick out of this one?

The definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result?
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A new axe 4 months 1 week ago #17144

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Interesting design. Would be fun to try it out. I split my wood by hand and am pretty decent at it given my preferred maul and axe. Doubt that I'll ever be able to see if the new design would be any advantage to me as it costs$267.00 . Would like to give it a couple of swings though.

Thanks for sharing
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A new axe 4 months 1 week ago #17145

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Eamon do you have a link or a name for it ?

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A new axe 4 months 1 week ago #17146

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A new axe 4 months 1 week ago #17147

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Both the videos and the idea are phenomenal I think the price is very good for something that saves that much time and the price compares very well with good quality axes . Best Made for instance seem to sell high quality axes all of which are more expensive than this axe. Considering a fair amount of R'n D went into this product the price is excellent .
If I had a wood burning stove or fire I would consider this Levaraxe .
It would be interesting to have a go at wielding it .

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A new axe 4 months 1 week ago #17188

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Hey Eamon - just ran into this on Facebook the other day. Really a cool design - thanks for putting it up here. Trying to figure out how to justify the expenditure so I can dull it and then make it sharp again :lol:
Some of the edges I've sharpened on the WE
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