Think of it as your new everyday friend. Sharp, reliable and always at hand. Hultafors chisels are designed to combine maximum sharpness with hard-wearing durability.

Ready for tough precision and all-round use, from chopping to prying and scraping.

Hultafors new chisels

Hultafors chiselsPerfectly sharpened Japanese steelblade, heavy-duty handle for hard hammer blows and a smart holster with a clip for easy access at all times. In other words an extremely versatile chisel, available in a wide range of sizes.

Your new friends? Gather your favourites in our unique 3-chisel holder, easily attached on your belt or stored in your toolbox.

So get ready for a new level of precision and efficiency.

Chisels EDC range by Hultafors

Hultafors chisels EDCProfessional craftsmen no longer use their chisels for just carving wood. Instead, the chisel has become an all-round tool used for anything from from chopping to prying and scraping.

As a response to this trend Hultafors now launches Chisels EDC – an all-new product range carefully designed to combine maximum sharpness with hard-wearing durability. "Tough, versatile and highly ergonomic. These products will make a great addition to any toolbox," says Håkan Carlsson, Product Manager at Hultafors.

During a recent study of professional craftsmen in action, Hultafors identified an apparent need for agile chisels that are both easy to carry and suitable for all-round work. Builders, carpenters, floor-layers, roofers, locksmiths and painters basically all asked for the same thing – a chisel blade that can take a beating and a handle that is unafraid of the hammer.

"The Chisels EDC is made of perfectly sharpened Japanese steel and a heavy-duty handle, made of glass-fiber reinforced PP-plastic, that can stand even the most hard-hitting treatment. The blade tangs are provided with barbs to prevent the blade from being forced inside the handle when hitting, making the chisel feel and perform as one solid part. In addition, to make them all highly accessible, we have also designed a smart new holster that can be easily attached to a belt, pocket, or jeans-button. "All in all, every function needed – right at hand," says Håkan Carlsson.

The new range of chisels includes several blade sizes, from 6mm to 32mm. To facilitate handling, the blades have no sharp corners and the shape of the handle forces correct hand placement.

IGC incannel gouge by Hultafors

Hultafors chisels IGCSharp, reliable and always at hand when installing lock cases and hinges in wooden doors – that's the new IGC incannel gouge by Hultafors. In short, the locksmith's new best friend. Using a drill to finish radiuses is about to become an obsolete technique. "Get ready for an all-new level of precision," says Håkan Carlsson, Product Manager at Hultafors.

The new IGC incannel gouge by Hultafors will be a real treat for precision craving locksmiths. The new product features a high-quality Japanese steel blade, a heavy-duty handle designed to withstand frequent hammer blows and a smart holster for easy access at all times.

The blade tangs are provided with barbs to prevent the blade from being forced inside the handle when hitting, making the chisel feel and perform as one solid part. This curved chisel, sharpened on the inside, gives a precise 11mm radius every time, with just one hit, this effectively improves the work when installing 22mm lock cases or hinges.

"From now on, locksmiths all around the world can rely on an all-new level of precision and efficiency when finishing radiuses. And in addition, to make the gouge highly accessible, we have also designed a smart new holster that can be easily attached to a pocket, belt or jeans-button. "All in all, every function needed – right at hand," says Håkan Carlsson.

Hultafors chisels holder 3 pcs

A recent user study by Hultafors also revealed that quick access to a few favorite chisels is a major priority. Therefore, the company now also introduces a unique 3-chisel holder. An innovative product, attachable right to your belt or stored in the toolbox, that keeps your most used chisels closely together at all times.

Published 10 November 2013.

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