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Craftsman 50735 6 lb. Splitting Maul

Item# 07109976000P | Model# 50735 | Added on November 6, 2014 |
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Craftsman 50735 6 lb. Splitting Maul
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Split Wood with Ease Whether working on a project or stocking up on firewood, the Craftsman splitting maul can help you get the job done efficiently. When you need some extra force, the splitting maul's other side can be used like a sledgehammer. The tool is a great addition to any toolbox.

  • Great for splitting wood
  • Head weight of 6 lbs.
  • One side of the tool's head can be used as a sledgehammer
  • Roll-forged handle
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By TrknWife
January 18th, 2019
Good as it gets

Pay attention to the fine print. Used to be Lifetime, now its limited lifetime, You need to keep your proof of purchase.

3 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Dadsisnbud
November 28th, 2017
Very Disappointed

So I traded my old yellow handled Craftsman maul I've had over fifteen years because the head finally came loose. Sears did stand behind the warranty which I was glad to see. I had to drive over an hour to get another one but I guess you have to take the bad with the good. I used it yesterday for the first time and on the fourth log the head snapped off with no miss hits. I was so very disappointed. I guess I just expected another fifteen years. Definitely not the same Craftsman quality I'm used to.

4 found this review helpful
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Fred_Doyle

Save your money

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This is poorly made, the head has separated from the handle twice on me. The glue/epoxy that holds the head to the handle pops out after a lot of use, then the head starts to slide off. First on the original I bought, then on the replacement. Also, where as I don't expect a shaving edge on this it is such a dull edge it is like hitting wood with a hammer. Got so frustrated with it, ended up buying a Fiskars 8lb Splitting Maul, triple the price but SOOOO much easier. I am mostly splitting oak.

January 11th via sears.com
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Clarence Schilt
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Splitting Maul

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Still awaiting Delivery at Sequim Sears Store. Longest any time a product being delivered so I may pick up. I will need to travel 45 miles to receive this quality Splitting Maul.

March 28th | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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trkin
have it

Works well

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Mail works but motor needs more power. LOL

March 23rd via mobile
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SaddeninFL
have it

All about Sears Online shopping experience

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Ordered placed 3 weeks ago. ?Had to call in to check status multiple times. I didn?t get a phone call or an email confirmation that item isn?t available. ? Rep said he?s going to cancel the order instead. ?What a waste of time. ?Definitely not pleasant shopping experience for sure

November 11th via mobile
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Aritcher
have it

Should be a little sharper

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The weight was good at 6 lbs ,but the maul should have been a little sharper so it would penetrate and split the wood. As it is it bounces off the wood. So I will make it a little sharper and try it.

October 12th via mobile
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