Estwing Double Bit Axe (Black Eagle)
Product No. EBDBA
Estwing Double Bit Axe
The Estwing Double Bit Axe is designed for serious professionals, sportsmen and military professionals. It is called a double-bit axe because of the two blades on the head, making it a versatile cutting and chopping tool and eliminating the need for two different axes.
The common use is to have one side razor-sharp and the other side more dull and rounded. The razor-sharp side can be used for chopping and cutting while the duller side for splitting.
Perfectly balanced, weighted and made to last. American forged in one piece out of genuine American steel.
Features & Benefits
- Lightweight, easy to use and carry
- Hand Polished Axe Blade
- Powder coat finish for durability
Genuine Leather Grip or Nylon-Vinyl Grip with Patented Shock Reduction
- Leather: Laminated leather washers are pressed on and riveted, providing a comfortable leather grip that wears beautifully. The leather grips are lacquered for a beautiful finish that only leather has.
- Shock Reduction: Reduces the vibration transfer from the hammer blow to the user by as much as 70%. For the professional user who wields a hammer on a daily basis, this provides unsurpassed comfort. No other hammer has this grip.
Forged in One Piece:
The head and handle are forged in a single solid piece for an added strength and durability without worrying about the head coming loose.
Top Quality of American-made steel with American Craftsmanship
- Quality Tested to Standards
- Last for Generations
- Uses: Cutting wood, Shaping, Splitting, Breaching and Extrication
- Length: 17''
- Weight: 2 lbs
How is an Axe made?
Eye Protection When Using an Axe
Protect your eyes from flying particles and dust. Always wear safety goggles.
OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.133 requires the use of eye protection not only for workers using striking tools but also for nearby workers in the immediate working area. Similar requirements are contained in OSHA Construction Standards 29 CFR 1926.102. Mine Safety and Health Administration requires eye protection in the Mining Environment 30-CR 55.14.4, 30 CFR 56-15-4, 30 CFR 57-15-4, 30 CFR 75.1720 (a) and 30 CFR 77.1710 (a).