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Quality and precision in the palm of your hand

STIHL Precision Series™ hand tools don’t run on gasoline, electricity or wishful thinking. They’re hand-powered. Your hands. That’s why our hand tools have the features professional and discriminating homeowners demand the most. Our tools are sized to the user’s hands and have features like comfort grips and ergonomic handles; carbon steel blades that can be re-sharpened and replaced; lightweight materials that increase portability without sacrificing durability. We make sure every single component has a purpose, so your hard work works harder.

Whether you use your hands for delicate hedge sculpting or heavy-duty log splitting, STIHL offers a selection of quality hand tools for your unique task. You’ll trim with confidence with our STIHL Precision Series™ hand tools, including pruning saws, hand pruners, loppers, hedge shears and STIHL precision axes. Best of all, STIHL Precision Series™ hand tools feature a limited lifetime warranty. So let us show you how we’re putting the hand back in handiwork.
  1. 5 years ago
    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.
  2. 2 years ago
    PRO SPLITTING MAUL Costs the Price of QUALITY!
    I've heard some dealers grumble about the price of Stihl Hand Tools, but it comes down to this...YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR ! Ochsenkopf (Ox Head)- produced steel tools are made of high-quality German steel...a wise vendor choice by Stihl. This maul will hold an edge. Grab the handle and appreciate the hefty girth and shape. That, in itself, will reduce your percentage of overstrikes, but in the event they happen...a steel sleeve is there to protect your handle. You won't find these features on ... read more cheaply-produced products. This maul may not fly off the shelves, but it won't fly out of your hands either! Just to be clear...I am not a dealer. I bought the Pro Splitting Hatchet primarily to pound wedges while felling, the Pro Splitting Axe for chopping small-to-medium rounds, and now the Pro Splitting Maul for opening up large rounds. My cheaper substitutes will go out in the next estate sale. I'm done using junk! Just look at it this way: This maul costs less, per pound, than you'll pay for jumbo prawns from your local grocer...and, it won't contribute to water & sewer bill the next day!
  3. 4 years ago
    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 ... read more 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
  1. 3 years ago
    nice features
    love the self unlocking blade clip, its the best feature, had mine for years but keep as my second pair
  2. 6 years ago
    Best hand pruner I've used for pruning apple trees
    I have a 100 tree apple orchard that I manage. Annual pruning takes a sizeable amount of time. My old Stanley pruners caused hand pain and finger fatigue. The Felco pruners that I tried kept slipping out of my hand as they seemed to be end-heavy. Stihl's PP70 pruners are the best by far. No fatigue or hand pain after hours of pruning. Better still, they seem to be an extension of the hand and are easily maneuvered around and between branches when pruning. I oil the blade and the pivot point ... read more after each day of pruning.. A touch up sharpening with the diamond stone is needed once or twice during the season. The price is a tad high but you get what you pay for. I've purchased a second set to have as a spare. On the down side, I've busted the spring twice due to fatigue, but Stihl has replaced it both times without question under their lifetime warranty.
  3. 6 years ago
    Very nice.
    Great leverage and action. Light and strong. We have had 3 pairs. Sort of difficult to buy as local dealers don't all carry the hand tools.
  1. 2 years ago
    Best ever used
    Best money cam buy. Feel great, cutting is 1st clas.
  2. 4 years ago
    Hands Down the Best Pruner Around
    I manage wine grape vineyards and over the years have worked with most all major pruner brands. Without a doubt, the PP80 is the best pruner I've laid my hands on to date. It fits my large hands comfortably, and cuts through canes and suckers like butter... vine after vine, after vine. The quick-release blade lock puts a smile on my face every time I used it. I can't think of anything I would change on this pruner. Definitely worth the extra cost.
  3. 7 years ago
    this is the best choice
    This is one fine tool and the extra long handles work real good with large hands as well as small hands...even my wife likes to use these and the precise cutting with ease and small amount of pressure is unreal. These are the best pair to buy as trimming and just touching up here and there on my plants is so easy and fun ...always use Stihl penetrating oil to clean them after each use and store it in the original plastic case they come in for years and years of zero issue use ! Just go buy a ... read more pair and soon you will realize you have bought the best $ can buy! Thanks STIHL!
  1. 4 months ago
    Good axe
    I just got the axe used it for over a hour it still cuts very good. At first I was worried the head might come loose but it didn’t very surprised great axe for the money.
  2. 6 months ago
    Axe Thrower
    Bought this axe based on store display. Smaller thickness handle which fits me well. The blade has a great narrow taper and is wicked sharp. This one is ideal for competitive axe throwing. Scored a perfect match my first week. Definitely a go to axe and far better than the competition at 5 times the price.
  3. 4 months ago
    Well worth the money.
    This is a chopper not a splitter. Lops most branches with a single swing like they were not even there. Took down a 9-10 inch healthy birch with few swings the other day. I worked the factory edge on day one, a year later I am still using that edge. I have 4 acres of NW woods to maintain.
  1. 4 years ago
    The last loppers you'll ever buy.
    The PL 40 is strong and durable. The orange cushion grommet will keep you from jarring your wrists when you cut through thick branches.
  2. 7 years ago
    Lightweight and a pleasure to use!
    The PL 40 Lopper is a very durable,lightweight tool that does the job with ease. You will be amazed at the little effort it takes to cut branches up to 2" in diameter. What I like the most about the PL 40 is the aluminum handles that make it so light. Believe me, this tool is no lightweight when it comes to pruning branches. GREAT value for the price!
  3. 6 years ago
    Best lopper ever!
    These things are great, if you need to trim limbs, brush, undergrowth you want a pair of these, I've got two and I love them and they have lasted for years.
  1. 3 years ago
    Right tool, right job
    I've tried using several tools for smaller kindling break down but my maul is just too unwieldy and my axe works just doesn't have the right head with for proper wood splitting. I had handled it at the hardware store but thought the price too high. After spending a month or so breaking down kindling, I thought it was about time to make the purchase. Well worth the coin! Picked one up this afternoon and spent time breaking down a large pile of kindling. Night and day! My one complaint is not a ... read more knock against the product itself but the plethora of stickers applied. Took me longer to remove them all then it did to chop wood!
  2. 2 years ago
    Like It A Lot!
    I used this at my nephew's last weekend to split kindling and liked it way better than the trusty hatchet I've had and used since 1977. Great weight and balance, the edge was sharp (and looks like it will hold awhile), and the little fillip at the end of the handle facilitated a very controlled swing. I felt like a monster powering through the wood. Much as I hate to retire my old hatchet, I'm gonna get me one of these!
  3. 5 years ago
    Great multi use hatchet.
    I love this hatchet.ivuse it for several things. Good for kindling, fatwood and even general pounding/driving.
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