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Coleman Steel Camp Axe $5.48

SnowJunkie21 111 55 September 5, 2016 at 09:56 PM in Outdoors (7)
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This camp axe is avaliable from two places for $5.48
Which is $4 lower than usual according to CCC.

Price is $5.48 Walmart [walmart.com] with free in-store pickup or free shipping with shipping pass.

Also available at Amazon [amazon.com] as an add on item.

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#2
Garbage steel. HF axe is much better.
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#3
same price at Target with 3 really bad reviews

Junk!
I got this ax as a Christmas present, less than a month later the blade BROKE in half, right where the notch in the blade is. I emailed coleman and they told me it has no warranty so too bad for you.

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★★★★★ 1 out of 5 stars. carson · 4 months ago
Don't waste your money
Wanted a simple axe, nothing fancy. Should have saved the $10 I paid for it in store and put it towards a 40+ dollar axe. You can't use this, the blade is incredibly dull. Can't sharpen it, as the blade isn't even aligned properly. Save your money or buy something you can actually use! This didn't cut anything from the get go. Disappointment.

✘ no, i do not recommend this product.
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★★★★★ 1 out of 5 stars. will arenz · 8 months ago
it bends like aluminum
if there was a zero star option i would have picked that
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Quote from arribasn View Post :
same price at Target with 3 really bad reviews

Junk!
I got this ax as a Christmas present, less than a month later the blade BROKE in half, right where the notch in the blade is. I emailed coleman and they told me it has no warranty so too bad for you.

quality
1 out of 5
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1 out of 5
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????? 1 out of 5 stars. carson ? 4 months ago
Don't waste your money
Wanted a simple axe, nothing fancy. Should have saved the $10 I paid for it in store and put it towards a 40+ dollar axe. You can't use this, the blade is incredibly dull. Can't sharpen it, as the blade isn't even aligned properly. Save your money or buy something you can actually use! This didn't cut anything from the get go. Disappointment.

? no, i do not recommend this product.
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????? 1 out of 5 stars. will arenz ? 8 months ago
it bends like aluminum
if there was a zero star option i would have picked that
Wow. I've see blades dull or nicked, but I've never even heard of one breaking before.
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must be a slow day, this is normally about 7 bucks in store. which was the reason why i picked it up, cheap and occasionally useful. probably could be sharpened to be more useful
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#6
Coleman isn't the same Coleman from 25+ years ago. The brand was sold and is now being put on cheap Chinese made stuff (like everything else).

Don't know anything about this axe, just food for thought.
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#7
It's uh....Bottle opener...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5uxs4wQAhI
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Garbage steel. HF axe is much better.
Wonder how the HF compares to my Fiskars, thing hacks through everything with ease, of course they're double the price on sale.
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#9
If you actually plan to use an axe, get a better one that won't break and injure you. Not worth saving a few bucks on when it concerns safety.
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#10
Good for juggling.
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I've been looking for an axe to grind.
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Quote from greenwood_60 View Post :
Garbage steel. HF axe is much better.
This is a good case of abbreviating being not helpful. Best I can figure is you're talking about Harbor Freight?
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Quote from GaiaGeek View Post :
This is a good case of abbreviating being not helpful. Best I can figure is you're talking about Harbor Freight?
Ah.... then the abbreviation worked just fine didn't it?
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post really brought out the inner lizzie bordens....
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Quote from ghostofposterspast View Post :
Ah.... then the abbreviation worked just fine didn't it?
Considering I had to google "HF Axe" to arrive at an assumption? No.
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