Japanese Heavy Duty Skewed Scraper
Japanese Heavy Duty Skewed Scraper
£11.64 - £14.80 (£9.70 - £12.33 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Heavy Duty Skewed Scraper

  • Built to tackle a wide range of heavy scraping tasks
  • Stiff skewed blade
  • 2mm thick stainless steel
  • Fitted with a steel hammer button
£11.64 - £14.80 (£9.70 - £12.33 Ex. VAT)

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One of those products you wish you'd found years ago. More than a mere scraper, these are so useful and versatile, built to tackle a wide range of scraping tasks. Stiff stainless steel skewed blade, 2mm thick with a single bevel. White oak scales form the handle riveted to a through tang. Fitted with a steel hammer button and provided with a hanging hole. Available in either 70mm or 90mm widths.



Model 103/018804 (70mm) & 103/018811 (90mm)
Reviews (4)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 3.6 out of 5 based on 4 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



30 March 2015


These do seem expensive for what they are but the quality is good and they really are very versatile/useful and let's face it if it was made by Veritas it'd be £50+ (and more beautifully finished of course!).
I put a razor sharp edge on mine (on a Sorby Pro Edge) and can then use it for any number of fine trimming/scraping jobs when I'm making furniture etc. On one occasion recently it got me out of trouble on a site job when I forgot to pack any chisels and needed to cut some rebates on a timber framework - not ideal but it did the job.
Of course you can use it for knocking off tiles and plaster, I'm sure it does that and many other similar jobs just fine too but it seems a shame when it's so good for much finer jobs. Or maybe have two - one for fine and one for rough work!

Ben Elford

2 October 2013

Useful multipurpose tool

This is very useful to have to hand while tiling: for knocking off stray lumps of plaster, for example, for applying small amounts of adhesive in gaps, for levering tiles gently sideways by twisting. This is one of those tools to have two or three of so that one is always to hand, for all kinds of tasks.

C Woolley

23 October 2012

Anything remover

Totally agree with Mr H Simith a useful tool that does a lot of the prep tasks. Would have appointed a better rating but using the tool to tap of stubborn kitchen worktop upstands the metal cap sheared off leaving me with an expensive hand scraper which again had to be rubbed down with sand paper to allow its use. I didn' t contact Axminster with the problem as I didnt think anything would have resulted from it perhpas I should have done so?

Harvey Smith

5 April 2012

Default tool

For many years I have kept an old paint scraper in my tool box which gets roundly abused, scraping, cleaning the lumps of the floor, leverage, even knocking the odd tile off with a few clouds from a hammer. As you can imagine, they don't last long!
Then I saw the Japenese scraper, it was the steel end cap on the handle that I first noticed, it is a one piece blade, tang, anvil. It is a wonderful little tool, it is one of the first tools out of the box in the morning and last to go back in. This little tool is there to be used instead of missusing your scraper or chisels.
It would have gotten 5 stars, except for the fit of the oak handle, it certainly is strongly fitted, no problem there, just the edges where the tang runs through could cause blisters. This was cured with a quick rub and fettle with a bit of 80 grit. It is now a a pleasure to use, it has become one of those default tools your always reaching for.
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