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Customer Reviews for Oregon Log Lifting Pick - 28in.L, Model# 536320

Oregon Log Lifting Pick - 28in.L, Model# 536320

Item# 608017
This lifting pick makes handling logs much easier thanks to an ergonomic, non-slip aluminum handle with slip-catching end and a tempered-steel hook with sharp tip and notches for extra grip in frozen wood. Hook Material Tempered steel, Handle Material Aluminum, Length ft. 2 1/3.
Average Customer Rating:
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Customer Reviews for Oregon Log Lifting Pick - 28in.L, Model# 536320
Review 1 for Oregon Log Lifting Pick - 28in.L, Model# 536320
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Oregon Log Lifting Pick 28 in.L, Model # 536320

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January 16, 2012
By alphamoosedog
from Glastonbury, CT
"This tool is a sleeper. At the time I ordered it, I wasn't convinced that I made the right choice, once I held it in my hand, I knew I had -- it became a natural extension of my arm. It is an outstanding example of exquisite engineering. Though light, it is rugged. Though simple, effective. This tool deserves a place at the top of your logging hand tool shopping list. I recommend it."
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Review 2 for Oregon Log Lifting Pick - 28in.L, Model# 536320
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

Lightweight, Effective & East to use

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June 16, 2010
By PinkElephantInTheRoom
from Sand Springs, OK
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"In my opinion, you can't go wrong with this tool. It is so lightweight I was fearful it would be flimsy. It is tough and very handy while processing firewood. I have used it to move around 300-400 pound hickory log pieces. The other thing I haven't figured out yet is how the physics of this thing works. Some how it makes moving around very heavy logs manageable.
I use it to move logs around on the ground to get them to the log lift on my splitter. I also use it to pull logs from the log lift over into the splitting area of the splitting wedge. I use a Timberwolf TW-7 log splitter.
I am considering purchasing a second log pick - one for the person preping the logs for the log lift and one for the person doing the splitting."
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+3points
3out of 3found this review helpful.
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