Featuring two fins on either side, this wedge drives into wood with multiple points of contact for more splitting power.
-Made in the United States
-Forged from durable steel
-Has a hand-sharpened, honed cutting edge
-Doesn’t come with a lifetime warranty like many splitting wedges
-Has a bulkier build than standard wedges without fins
This hefty wood splitter has a circular base with two bolt holes for permanent mounting.
-Doesn’t use a sharp blade near your hand
-Made with durable cast iron
-Requires less force than an ax
-Not as compact or portable as true splitting wedges
-Can’t fit logs that are larger than 6.5 inches in diameter through the top ring
This light but powerful wedge splits wood in four directions as opposed to the standard of two.
-Made from heat-treated and hardened railway steel
-Has a mid-range build, weighing four pounds
-Has a bright red color to see where you’re aiming
-Has a dull end that’s initially difficult to stick into wood
-Struggles to split knotty woods
Taking on the classic wedge shape, this model weighs three pounds.
-Splits the wood instantly once you hit it with a sledgehammer
-Has a sharpened edge for quicker splitting
-Includes a lifetime warranty
-Meant for light-duty use
-Has a small striking head
For a standard but reliable wedge, this one weighs five pounds and has a blunt edge.
-Has the weight printed on it
-Measures nine inches long to wedge deep into wood
-Takes up minimal space in your garage when you’re not using it
-May take a lot of effort to hammer into and separate a large log
-May rub off its weight the more you use it