Smart-Splitter Wood Splitting Tool

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It works!

2/20/2019 by Jane

bought as a Valentines day gift - romantic, I know... but he does love it. Works well on small and medium sized logs, and with a few more drops does pretty well on larger logs. No more strain on arms or back & no more axe blades getting stuck.Cuts time chopping wood in half. Its a big yes from us.


Cost effective wood splitter

2/12/2019 by Tom

Simple to set up and use. Works as well as a splitting maul, but not as much work. The hardest part for me was converting the metric measurements, luckily there is an app for that.


log splitter

6/28/2019 by Matthew

This product did not live up to my expectations. It does not split logs as effectively as advertised. It only works on smaller logs than what was stated. I wish I could return it but the box was thrown out by my maid.


Log splitter clearly not meant for oak.

2/19/2019 by Teri

I bought this to split oak and it will not work on the smallest of logs. We started with larger logs and worked our way to 6”-7” diameter and 12” long with no success at all. After about 75 strikes on each size my husband finally gave up.

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LOGOSOL | Smart-Splitter Wood Splitting Tool

Swing-Free Splits

LOGOSOL has created an easier to use ergonomic alternative to an axe, which is fitting coming from a team that has dedicated the last 20 years to making more efficient and user-friendly woodworking tools. This Sweden-based group is headed up by Bengt-Olov Byström, who grew up splitting logs on a farm. Their smart log splitter proves that just about anyone can split a log—but probably not the way you think.

Instead of swinging an axe, you’re lifting and dropping a 7.8 pound striking weight to split logs and kindling. This means less strain on your back and better accuracy. Once it’s set up, it
will hit the same spot every time—and with more force than you can probably deliver on your own (up to 30,000 pounds). We tried it out and found this splitter to do the job faster—so we had more time to curl up by the fire. Read More Read Less