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Northern Industrial Electric Horizontal Log Splitter

Winter is on its way, and if you’re planning on cutting your own wood, this this $250 log splitter from Northern Tool could help. It features a 1,500 watt 2 HP motor that delivers 5-tons of wood-splitting power. The manufacturer claims it can split logs up to 16″ in length. Two wheels under the rear provide easy maneuverability. And it comes with a 12-month warranty, too. (Shipping to most places runs about $65.)

Log Splitter [Northern Tools]
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6 Responses to Dealmonger: An Electric Horizontal Log Splitter For $250

  1. opm says:

    how about a high quality axe. one of my favorite work outs is sunday morning log splitting.

  2. Roscoe says:

    You boys are definitely in Texas. I’ve never seen a log-splitter that small before, certainly never one with an electric pump. I’m in Ohio, and around here a log-splitter requires an I-beam bed, at least 5HP gas engine, and is heavy enough that you have to trailer it.

  3. Eric G. says:

    I saw a ryobi version of this splitter at home depot last weekend for $299, which is marginally cheaper than the northern tool version +shipping.

  4. jeff says:

    I second the I-beam versions. In MN we made one out of old hydraulic parts, an I-beam, and some other steel. We attach it to the hydraulic system and forks of a skid-loader and can split 3′ diameter hardwoods all day long. Now if only we had the forethought to build a lifting system to get the logs onto the splitter. We just use another loader.

  5. Jeff, tell me you have pictures of that monster! If there was ever incentive to join the Flickr pool, I think a giant skid-steer log splitter is it.

  6. Cristiaan says:

    Dealmonger is involved in shilling tactics on EBAY, and through their store(s). In regard to espresso coffee makers.

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