Pro Splitting Maul


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A professional-grade splitting maul for splitting large chunks of wood.

The STIHL Pro Splitting Maul features a premium American hickory wood handle for reduced vibration and a long steel sleeve to help protect the handle in the event of an overstrike. Its unique 5-piece head attachment system is up to 2.5 times stronger than a traditional axe head connection. The head is forged from premium C60 steel and shaped to feature an extra-large striking face for improved spl...Read More
Print Spec Sheets
Pro Splitting Maul Specifications
OVERALL LENGTH 35"
WEIGHT OF CUTTING HEAD 6.6 lbs.
HANDLE MATERIAL Hickory
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WARNING! Improper use of any power tool may cause serious or fatal injury. Read, understand and follow carefully the operating and safety instructions in your instruction manual before using such products.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 15reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stop buying cheap tools every year It seems like every year I have to buy a new maul, those cheap box store tools just don't last. Even after one use the head is loose or showing wear, I'm tired of it. I decided to spend some extra money and try a quality tool. Everything stihl makes that I own is a quality tool and they don't let you down with their axes and mauls. I bought a maul today and wow what a nice quality piece. Split over a cord of hard knotty red oak today and am very impressed with the maul. The steel is very hard and sharp, the handle is top quality hickory and most impressive is the overstrike collar. Very thick steel and even after a few nasty misses it doesn't dent or even mark. An overstrike on a cheap maul would snap most handles. Overall I am very impressed with the splitting capability of the maul but not surprised, stihl makes high quality tools that last . You won't regret this purchase, quit wasting money on cheap tools. There really is a difference August 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wow! I have been missing out. I let cost dissuade me from purchasing the Pro Splitting Maul a year ago, instead I bought a box store fiberglass and rubber handled maul. Last weekend, my brother in law and I fought through and busted up a cord of red oak with two box store mauls. The rubber below the maul on both are ripped up from just a few over strikes and it took so many swings to get the rounds to break up.... With last weekend in mind... Today I decided there has to be something better - so I headed to the local Stihl dealer to look at the Pro Splitting Axe and Pro Splitting Maul. I picked up the Pro Splitting Maul. With the first swing on the same oak rounds, they just popped apart. I actually had to change the speed of my swing so I didn't destroy the splitting stump. It was amazing. The steel sleeve on the handle is great and the weight of the head is perfect. There is a level of happiness that comes with finally getting the right tool for a job - I am very pleased with the quality and performance of the Pro Splitting Maul. Definitely worth the price. February 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Veery great product Bye far the best one I have ever used it splits any kind of wood with no problems I just done a whole truck load of hickory with it no problem great product if I have to bye a new one I will go back to this one for sure February 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Have been heating with wood for 20 years. It was a real debate to spend the money on this maul....until I used it, definitely worth the money. Using hardware store mauls the handles lasted about 2 cords of wood, this handle wont break. This maul hits and splits like a much heavier tool, and goes through knots etc. other mauls wont December 31, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product Bought this today came home and WOW this thing is a split'n machine the best maul I have ever used with no fatigue and easy to swing well worth the price another great product from stihl to add to my collection December 3, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Don't be scared of price, well worth it. From the moment you pick this maul up it becomes apparent this is a well crafted tool.I am currently splitting 18 inch wide dry ash rounds. With an old tire around them these large rounds are reduced to small pieces in no time.After splitting firewood for the past 25+ years I can easily say this is one of the best tools I have used.Excellent product. May 26, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great maul Split a bunch of red oak with this maul, and was very impressed how much better it was than my old cheap maul. Wish I would have gotten one of these years ago. I like the steel collar, really protects the handle. April 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing Maul Picked this up on a whim because it looked and felt like such a high quality tool; way better than anything found in a box store by far. When I got it home I was amazed at how well it worked. It tackled anything I put in front of it during a 2 hourwork session. Yeah, it's heavy, but that's part of what makes it work. It far and away exceeded my expectations and I've zero doubt I willhave this for a long time to come. March 25, 2015
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