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Fiskars Axe Sharpener Review
Fiskars Axe and Knife Sharpener features a patented ceramic wheel to effectively and easily sharpen axes and knives. The Blade Sharpening Angle is at an exact 30-degree angle. Sharpener is built for safety as well, with a built-in hand guard and non-slip feet. Axe Sharpening Tools are covered by a lifetime warranty.
How to Sharpen Fiskars Axe
Sharpen axes and knives safely and quickly with the best Blade Sharpener. The unique design of Fiskars Blade Sharpener makes it easy to keep all of your favorite knives and axes in top condition.
Finally, the easiest way to sharpen a dull axe! Simply insert the blade in the slot and slide it through ceramic wheels sharpen both sides of the blade to save you time and effort. A safety guard protects your fingers while you sharpen, non-slip pads provide excellent stability and an easy-open compartment makes it a snap to clean out all the shavings when you’re done.
Fiskars 7861 Axe and Knife Sharpener Features:
Knife and axe sharpener sharpens at exact 30-degree angle
Axe Blade Sharpener dimensions measure: 2.5 x 3 x 8.8 inches; and it weighs 4 ounces.
Fiskars Sharpening Tool Lifetime warranty.
Trust me it’s sharp, don’t check with your hand.
on January 7, 2015
By Aaron W.
It definitely feels cheap when you get it, and maybe like you could break the thing with your big heavy axe one first use. I purchased this sharpener mainly for the fiskars axe and hatchet that I currently own – because, well – fiskars axe, fiskars sharpener. Must work well together, right? Made perfect sense. My axe was quite dull after a year’s worth of use without sharpening. Honestly after the first session with this thing, I didn’t think that my fingers would be in any danger if touching the blade to check for sharpness. I was wrong, as you can see from the photo. I can say with confidence, at least for fiskars axes and hatchets, that this sharpener definitely works. My tools are sharper than when I bought them, and back to cutting through wood like butter, and umm… my skin like water?
on September 12, 2015
By This Guy
Holy crapsicle! (That’s a frozen turd on a stick). And that is exactly what you might think you bought when you remove this janky, Chinese-made piece of plastic from the box. It feels like a $2 item at best. Or maybe a child’s toy. Or… Idk. I’ve purchased tools that came in packaging less flimsy than this. All that being said, the little ceramic wheels contained within are amazing! Why four stars? I have no choice! While I wouldn’t want to accidentally sit on the darn thing for fear of breaking it, I have to respect it’s capability! I took my mildly dull axe and ran it back and forth on the wheels five or six times using only the weight of the axe for force. I then checked the blade and was amazed at how sharp it was. I promptly repeated this five-second process and checked again. Holy…! Being fully astonished I checked the blade against my arm hair. It shaves! Sharp! Very sharp! Not razor sharp. More like quality, American-made pocket knife with a factory edge sharp! Significantly more sharp than an axe needs to be, but I’m not complaining. Plasticky as it is. I see no reason it won’t last, as long as it isn’t treated like tools on a jobsite. Wet stones, diamond hones and files be damned! This thing has your angle and edge without effort. I recommend getting one if you are a lazy sharpener like I am!
on June 28, 2017
Best/easiest knife sharpener I’ve ever owned. Use one at home for sharpening my friskars axe and knives and one at work for the kitchen knives and everyone loves it.
I got a good sharp edge on the axe
on January 19, 2018
By Amazon Customer
I thought this was very flimsy and I could barely get the Fiskars X27 splitting axe head to roll through the sharpening wheel. Then I used some silicon lubricant spray to help clean resins off the axe head and used the sharpener afterward. With the added lubricant, the axe head rolled through the sharpening wheel with ease in both directions. I got a good sharp edge on the axe. My recommendation: place a small amount of lubricant on the axe head and this tool works well.
Solid sharper for the price.
on December 7, 2014
Pretty decent sharper, and I got it as a Deal on Amazon. Here are a few things to note:
Fiskars 7861 Axe and Knife sharpener – good +
on June 23, 2013
By A. Thomas
The best way to set a buyer’s’ expectations is (IMHO) is to address the sales pitch the product carries. Therefore, I’m going to tailor my review accordingly.