Fiskars Axes: Brand Overview

Orange Fiskars logo on white background

Fiskars is a Finnish company that was founded in 1649. The company, began in Fiskars, Finland and now has its headquarters in Helsinki. The brand is best known for its range of high-quality black and orange scissors, which are used by people all over the world.

The company has a long history of innovation and has been responsible for many important developments in their industry. It produces a wide range of products, including tools for gardening, crafting, and home improvement.

Fiskars products are recognized as some of the best in the world and are used by people all over the globe. Their large splitting axes are extremely powerful and the smaller hatchets are light, versatile, and super-functional.

Quick Facts

  • Industry: Consumer products
  • Founded: 1649
  • Headquarters: Helsinki, Finland
  • Products: Axes, gardening tools, knives, scissors, kitchenware, glassware, ceramics, outdoor equipment
  • Made in: Billnäs, Finland.
  • Website: Visit here.

Fiskars axe range

The Fiskars gardening and yardcare range is huge. Its axe-related products include axes, hookaroons, picks, pruning shears, machetes, saws, and other gardening tools.

Their tools are easily recognizable with orange and black branding. They offer a fantastic “sweet spot” between performance and affordability. While the range is heavily focused on composite handled axes, they also have a small selection of wood handles in their Norden range.

  • X27 Splitting Axe
  • X25 Splitting Axe
  • X21 Splitting Axe
  • X17 Splitting Axe

  • X15 Chopping Axe
  • X7 Chopping Axe
  • Pro Isocore Full Size Maul
  • Pro Isocore 2.5lb Maul

Fiskars has an excellent selection of tools to choose from. Whether you need to split, fell, chop, or create – they’ll have the right product. There are a range of different lengths and weights, suitable for people of all sizes and skill levels.

Worth reading: How to choose a Fiskars axe to suit your needs.

Fiskars Product Reviews

Here is a selection of Fiskars tools we have tested here at Axe Adviser.

Woman in singlet holding a Fiskars Pro Isocore 2.5lb Maul

Review Of Fiskars Pro IsoCore 2.5lb Maul

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Good things come in small packages, but does this apply to the Fiskars Pro IsoCore 2.5lb Maul? This mini maul is designed to split small logs and kindling and we…
Woman holding a Fiskars X21 axe on her shoulder with a forest in the background

Review of the Fiskars X21 Splitting Axe

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Big mauls and splitting axes easily power through logs and stubborn wood. But they cost more, and some find them cumbersome to use. That’s where the Fiskars X21 excels. It’s…
Woman holding a Fiskars X17 Splitting Axe

Fiskars X17 Splitting Axe Review

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Large splitting axes and mauls are beasts for powering through big logs and stubborn wood. But they cost more and are overkill for many jobs. That’s where the Fiskars X17…
A woman holding a Fiskars X7 Axe

Fiskars X7 Hatchet Review

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The Fiskars X7 chopping axe is the second smallest option in the X-Series range. At 14” in length, it’s made for camping, carpentry, meat processing, and small jobs around the…
Woman holding a Fiskars X25 on her shoulders

Fiskars X25 Splitting Axe Review

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The Fiskars X25 is the second largest splitting axe in their X-Series range. Whether you have a lot of wood to split or some big stumps that are making life…
A Fiskars X27 axe next to a stump in the forest

Fiskars X27 Axe Review – Product Tested

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The Fiskars X27 Splitting Axe is the biggest option in the X-Series, geared towards bigger jobs. Whether you’re splitting big stumps or have a lot of logs to chop into…

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Additional information about Fiskars

  • Bright orange and black color scheme.
  • High-quality materials that will last many years.
  • Shock-absorbing handles made from lightweight FiberComp.
  • Inseparable heads that are insert-molded.
  • Lifetime warranty.

The Fiskars range is well-suited to people who want highly functional tools that are affordable. Their products look sleek and modern and will often match it with top-end axes that cost a lot more.

  • Splitting axes
  • Mauls
  • Felling axes
  • Hatchets
  • Chopping axes
  • Sharpeners
  • Saws
  • Hookaroons

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