The World's Sharpest Axe

The World’s Sharpest Axe

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Have you ever tried to cut something with a dull knife? Depending on what you’re cutting, it can feel like you’re sawing a blade down on a spongy loaf of bread. Now, those same issues can arise with your ax, only the result won’t just be a mangled dinner. When your ax isn’t sharp, it’s far easier for the blade to slip off the target and zero in on various body parts. Lucky for your legs, there’s The World’s Sharpest Axe. Crafted by Council Tool in North Carolina, the head of this ax is made from 5160-grade alloy steel and will hold its edge ridiculously well. Sporting a broad 4 1/2″ face and a shock absorbing American hickory grain handle, this tree-killer performs as good as it looks.

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The coat rack is a necessary part of any entryway, but the functionality can get bogged down in all the coats, hats, scarves and bags that inevitably get stacked on each of the rungs or hooks. You won’t have that problem with The Switchboard coat rack. The 30″ long triangular rack includes 25 triangular wood hooks that rest against the wall until you fold them down to hold each of your daily items you don’t need for the moment. Made from beech wood, Switchboard is as stylish as it is functional.

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