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An axe is an axe? Don’t tell Husqvarna that! New range for all applications

I must admit, I thought Husqvarna made powered garden gear – mowers, trimmers, ride-ons, chain saws, that kinda thing.  Something that has something other than manual human power.  Turns out – they have a range of Axes which seem to have all the technology of design and construction all just to cut some wood.

Husqvarna Axe range

Husqvarna Axe range

The concept of an axe has been around for ages – literally.  The most common use is chopping firewood, or fell a tree.  The newly developed Husqvarna Axe range is made to get that job done and done well.

Husqvarna Universal Axe

Husqvarna Universal Axe

There are three different product categories in the Husqvarna range.  Universal axes have a balance point close to the axe head to give perfect balance and weight distribution.

Husqvarna Universal Hatchet

Husqvarna Universal Hatchet

Universal Hatchet is designed for outdoor garden work suitable for one-handed use with a head weight of just 700grams measuring 34cm in length.

Husqvarna Splitting Axe

Husqvarna Splitting Axe

And finally the Splitting axe – made primarily to split your wood – they have an innovative hollow grinding they are made for efficient firewood splitting. Who knew axes could be so complex?

3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Maggie Marriott

    April 21, 2014 at 7:55 am

    My three sons spent the afternoon getting wood those chainsaws are awfully noisy – one axe each as a reward I think and beats going to the gym.

  2. Maggie Marriott

    April 26, 2014 at 7:32 pm

    Trevor Husqvarna make sewing machines not chainsaws! anyway how can I get one of these? my three sons have collected me a beautiful big pile of logs and I wanna get fit. I reckon the log splitter would be great. And they all think they know more about everything than me. mmm I can see that beautiful Husqvarna sitting by my cooking fire. We are lucky enough to have a great big open fire in the lounge room and I cook on it every night. If you are down this way drop in around tea time for a lovely fire cooked dinner. cheers Maggie

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