Scratch/Joiner's Awl
Scratch/Joiner's Awl
£10.86 (£9.05 Ex. VAT)

Scratch/Joiner's Awl

Code: 800260

  • For careful marking or pricking
  • 125mm(5") long fine pointed blade
  • Polished beech handle
  • Brass ferrule
  • 4.8mm(3/16") blade diameter
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£10.86 (£9.05 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Scratch/Joiner
  • Crown 112 Marking Knife - Right Hand
  • Axminster Divider Compass - 200mm
  • Lie-Nielsen Cabinet Scraper Set
Total: £46.32

In Detail

This awl is used for careful marking or pricking when measuring out, the fine point allows . It has a fine 125mm long, polished, tapered, pointed blade with a polished beech handle and brass ferrule. Diameter of blade is 4.8mm.



Length 125mm
Reviews (3)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 2.8 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews


Thomas Hoggarth

7 August 2014

Poor Quality

I have to agree with Michael's review. The blade is loose of the handle and feels as if it could drop out at any moment. The steel is much to soft for the purpose and after the first time I used it on a piece of softwood it bent over. Really not good enough.


6 August 2014

Poorly made

This tool looks the part but is a complete disaster.The blade is not hardened so on first use the tip just bent.,the blade is poorly fixed in the handle and was easily pulled out .Not worthy of Axminster.disappointing.

Mr david callaghan

29 March 2007

joiners awl

feels perfect in hand great replacement for my old one typical crown tools perfect

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