Firewood Kindling Splitter

$59.90 $119

There are many reasons to own the Kindling Splitter. Perhaps the best reason is its convenience. The makes kindling quickly and with less mess than cutting kindling by hand with an axe or hatchet. Likewise, it does not require that you to keep a heavy open blade like that in your family room, where the fireplace is. the blade is kept enclosed in its cast iron frame. Just keep a hammer nearby and a good supply of firewood, and you'll have all the kindling you could need to start a fire in minutes.

When You Don't Really Want an Axe Around

There are lots of great ways to use the . Above we reference the family fireplace, because we think that's where most fires get made. But the is also ideal for RVs, day trips, car trips---any event where you plan to make a fire. In addition to the many ways, there are many reasons to use it. The is useful for anyone wishing to have a little more stability in making kindling around the backyard. For example: breaking up that well-seasoned but heavy chunked BBQ-pit roasting mesquite or hickory that you picked up at a roadside stand and just haven't gotten around to using yet because the pieces are too big for the pit and too small for use with an axe.

Like Before, Only With Less Blade-Swinging

Using the to split kindling could not be easier. The action is just like using an axe or hatchet, except, instead of swinging a heavy blade toward something in your hand, you are swinging a hammer. It is ideal for cutting already split firewood into kindling, and the readily handles small logs up to 8" in diameter. For an even stronger, more stable splitting operation, use the four half-inch bolt holes in the base of the to secure it to an appropriate surface.
Simple Design

The Kindling Splitter has no moving parts, making it a simple solution to a simple problem. Is it as simple as a hatchet? Almost. It's like a hatchet in a cage that protects your fingers from the blade. You just hammer the wood into it and boom, kindling!

Kindling Madness?

Will the Kindling Splitter a demure suburban homeowner into a raging wannabe lumberjack who wears skinny jeans when he should be wearing gloves? We hope not because gloves are important when making kindling.


1. Sharpen the Blades

For safety reasons, your Kindling Splitter ships with a slightly dull blade. We recommend that you sharpen your blade before you use it, and periodically as needed. If the blade is dull, it won't go through the wood as easily as it should.

To sharpen the blade, use a steel or a buffing wheel to sharpen the blades. If you use the steel, just gently run it up and down the blade. With a buffing wheel, rest the blade against the wheel while it turns. If your blade isn't that dull, you only need to use the polishing side of the buffing wheel.

2. Don't Cut Wet Wood

Whether your blades are sharp or dull, you shouldn't use them to cut wet wood. Wood that is newly cut is spongy won’t break easily. We recommend that you only split wood that has been aged for a season or more.

3. Clean the Log Splitter Regularly

Clean your log splitter on a regular basis. Dust and scrub the unit as needed, and dry it afterwards to ensure that it doesn’t rust.

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