Suitable for most medium-duty work.
Different to the standard Ray Iles Large Froe because the bevels have been ground gently convex, giving better fine control when used in conjunction with a cleaving break.
Use to accurately split green roundwood, typically to produce billets for cleft gates or chair components.
The eye is tapered, so the blade is driven onto the handle with each whack of a wooden maul and can be dismantled for storage.
The blade, made from EN9 spring steel is 55mm (10") long, 50mm (2") deep and 9mm (3/8") at its thickest.
The lightly oiled beech or ash handle is 370mm (14 1/2") long.
Total weight 900 grams.
For heavy duty work go for the Gransfors Bruks or Muller froes.
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