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KindleQuick Log Splitter

KindleQuick Log Splitter


Heavy-duty cast steel Sturdy and portable Store and carry kindling in the base
Independent Maker

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  • Instructions: Place the KindleQuick on a sturdy and flat surface, such as the ground, or mount it to a flat stump with bolts. Hold a piece of firewood above the mouth of the KindleQuick and gently tap it with a hammer until it slightly splits over the blade and can stand freely. Remove your hand from the log and forcefully hit it with a hammer until the log splits in half. Continue to split the halves until kindling is 1”-2” thick
  • Made of durable, weather-resistant black cast steel
  • Ribbed divider prevents jams
  • Four bolt holes are pre-drilled for easy mounting to a stump for elevation
  • Solid base design will not wobble or tip over during use
  • Suitable for homes, cabins, cottages, camping, and RVs
  • Please note: Keep out of reach of children
  • Made in China
100% cast steel
Wipe clean as necessary
One kindling splitter
10.25" x 9" x 15.5"
12 lbs
Independent Maker


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KindleQuick Log Splitter

Heavy-duty cast steel Sturdy and portable Store and carry kindling in the base
The KABIN KindleQuick Kindling Splitter is the easiest and most effective way to make—and carry—your own kindling from regular firewood. Kindling is a key component for lighting fires in fire pits, chimneys, and fireplaces, but is too thin to cut with an axe and can be tough to find and expensive to buy. Instead, cut it yourself with the KindleQuick.


KABIN Makers Mike Bacher and Phil Baron met at camp as kids and have been friends since. The Canadian duo learned at an early age that the key to a strong fire is great kindling. Noticing that this key part of a fire wasn’t given its due, they set out to create an easier way to chop kindling.

The KindleQuick Log Splitter is a simple, portable, and super-sturdy way to tackle the task. Just set a piece of firewood at its cast steel mouth and tap it into place with a hammer. Strike with force to split the log, and repeat until the pieces are cut into kindling. Wood stores in the tool’s base until it’s time to spark a fire. more Their Story