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Hatchet H 008 SV (0.8 kg, 17.5 inch Shaft)


A small axe for outdoor use in forests and open land. Made from blasted and clear-lacquered ironwork, it is also suitable for work in the garden. The shaft is curved and made from hickory. An edge protector is included.

  • The axe is hand-forged and made from Swedish axe steel using traditional methods in use since 1697.
  • The steel is struck several times, increasing its density and thereby the durability of the axe.
  • Has a clear tempered zone within which the axe can be sharpened whilst not detracting from the strength of the edge.
  • The shaft is made from hickory and treated with linseed oil.
  • Weight: 800 g
  • Shaft length: 440 mm (17.5")

Customer Reviews

Based on 41 reviews
Caitlin Wilcox
10/10 Would Recommend

Bought my partner the hatchet for his birthday and he absolutely loves it, wouldn’t put it down the first day he got it. Great quality, quick shipping and would definitely buy from here again.


Great quality and quick shipping

René St-Pierre
Perfect size wild camping hatchet .

I love this thing , it's nice to look at ,arrived razor sharp rigth out of the box ,it's well balanced and the perfect size for all around camp chores .Could not ask for more .

Jolain Pitre
Well made

High quality craftmanship with a good palm swell. The only complaint I have is the grind on the edge; it could have been sharpened and profiled better.

Ryan Didychuk
Decent, but...

Axe head looks nothing like the picture…

First glance, I noticed the factory edge was terrible… I mean TERRIBLE. Worst I’ve ever seen. Very course grit, like 150 grit finish, was not de-burred, and a very VERY inconsistent bevel.

I run a sharpening service, so I tuned it up. It’s now hair shaving sharp, with a somewhat uniform bevel (I’m not a magician). The steel sharpened well, so I’m not concerned about the heat treat. The primary bevel was also inconsistently ground, and the handle had some dings, which I’ve since fixed with a rasp and sandpaper.

If the axe came to me in the condition that it is now, I’d give it an 8/10 for the price. In the condition it actually arrived in, I’ll give it a 2.5/10

Would I recommend it? Probably not.
Maybe I just got a bad egg? Regardless, it made it past quality control, and that’s frightening.