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Lie-Nielsen Fishtail Chisels
Lie-Nielsen Fishtail Chisels
£69.07 (£57.56 Ex. VAT)

Lie-Nielsen Fishtail Chisels

  • Ideal for reaching the back corners of half-blind dovetails
  • Use for paring or fine tuning in hard to reach areas
  • Unique shape offers versatility for right and left hand
  • 25-degree bevel
  • 0-1 tool steel hardened to RC 60-62
  • Socket style Hornbeam handle
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£69.07 (£57.56 Ex. VAT)

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These Lie-Nielsen Fishtail Chisels are perfect for reaching the back corners of half-blind dovetails and paring or fine tuning in other hard to reach areas. Their unique shape offers versatility for right and left hand recesses. The edge is ground with a 25-degree bevel. The special 0-1 tool steel has been chosen because it will hold a keen edge at lower bevel angles, and for ease of sharpening. The chisel is hardened to RC 60-62, and fitted with a socket style hornbeam handle.

Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.6 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

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Roland Koch

17 February 2016

Handels keep falling out of the sockets

I am very happy with the quality of the Lie Nielson chisels I own. Unfortunately I live in an area with big changes in humidity (down to 25% on cold winter days) and the hornbeam handels - not the best of woods regarding changes in humidity with its high shrinkage value - keep getting loose with the danger of the blade dropping out, no matter how often and how tight you re-fit them. Glueing them in with Araldite (or similar) is a solution to this problem.
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pearse mccann

3 September 2014

disappointed

I am a fan of lie-nielsen tools I have quit a few now and they are of the highest quality and a joy to use that being said these chisels fall short. They must only be ment for the softest of wood because I tried to pare and clean out the corners of some half blind dove tails in white oak and no joke on the first plunge the corner chipped off the chisel, for the price i expected more. chisel wood probably be better in A2 tool steel.
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Geoffrey Laycock

6 September 2012

Absolute perfection

Opening the packaging is like Christmas, take note other so called 'high quality' manufacturers. The chisel is in the trademark Lie Nielsen cardboard box, simple but very classy. Inside is a rolled brown paper held closed by a nice little label telling you what it is, all sealed in a heavy gauge plastic bag. Opening both you find the chisel wrapped in inhibitor paper. There is a nice little instruction leaflet with rather more information than you get with any other manufacturer
The chisel handle in hornbeam is flawless The blade is beautifully made with satin brushed finish, other than the finely ground areas. The back only needs further work if you want a mirror finish. Looking with a magnifying glass all the grinding is as near perfect as you can get. Simply amazing. In 200 years you will still know who made it as the name is forge stamped in the socket body
Quality
Value
Features

Geoffrey Laycock

6 September 2012

Absolute perfection

Opening the packaging is like Christmas, take note other so called 'high quality' manufacturers. The chisel is in the trademark Lie Nielsen cardboard box, simple but very classy. Inside is a rolled brown paper held closed by a nice little labell telling you what it is, all sealed in a heavy gauge plastic bag. Opening both you find the chisel wrapped in inhibitor paper. There is a nice little instruction leaflet with rather more information than you get with any other manufacturer
The chisel handle in hornbeam is flawless The blade is beautifully made with satin brushed finish, other than the finely ground areas. The only needs further work if you want a mirror finish. Looking with a magnifying glass all th grinding is as near perfect as you can get. Simply amazing. In 200 years you will still know who made it as the name is forge stamped in the socket body

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