Drawing inspiration from the simplicity of prehistoric man’s feline hand axes, the AXXIS Hand Axe is, well, an axe without a handle that affords you lighting cutting and chopping. Its skeletonize design also allows it to be used as a camp knife, a hatchet, a bushcraft tool and more.
It is a multi-tool, but not the way you think it is. It is a camping multi-tool and one that we think totally qualifies as a survival tool.
In the event heavy chopping, such felling larger trees, is required, AXXIS can be mounted to a handle to do the job.
Armed with a 5-1/2-inch edge and weighting just a little over 14 ounces, this 7-inch cutting tool makes for a truly pocketable tool for any outdoor adventure.
Cold forged from a solid piece of 3/8″ D2 tool steel and finished with a Titanium Nitride (TiN) coating, AXXIS Hand Axe is a beautiful tool featuring blades along two edges, holes integrated into the frame, and it can be gripped in 10 different ways and it is absolutely ambidextrous.
If are down for a super cool camping/outdoor tool, you may want to consider picking up the AXXIS Hand Axe on Kickstarter.
The campaign has met its $55K funding goal and so, your pledge for a product is a pre-order which will see delivery sometime in October 2020. And the price? Well, it is as low as $135 – or 20% off its eventual retail price.
All images courtesy of Bone Daddy Blade Werx.
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