Wilton B.A.S.H Splitting Mauls: Embrace Unbreakable Strength

Unbreakable, Durable Splitting Mauls

There's an ineffable beauty to raw power coupled with finesse, an elegance to balance in a tool that seems born of pure function. Think of the splitting maul, a tool as old as civilization itself, its purpose simple, direct: to break things apart. Now imagine if this age-old implement, trusted by our forebears, could be improved upon. What if our 21st-century cunning could render the maul not just unbreakable, but practically indestructible?

Meet the Wilton B.A.S.H Splitting Mauls, a prime example of human ingenuity taming brute force. Don't be deceived by the tranquil, trademark green head — it's as steadfast as a centuries-old oak tree and can endure the most demanding applications with an unruffled grace. Forged from 46 HRC steel, the resilient maul head doesn't blink an eye at hard labor. It's the kind of tool that feels at home in the grit, grime, and splinters of a hard day's work.

There's a sublime harmony to the maul's design that begs to be held, swung, and felt. With the anti-vibe neck, your strikes won't be met with that bone-jarring aftershock, but rather a satisfying sense of weight and movement. A tapered design eliminates vibrations, leaving you to enjoy the rhythm of your work without the distraction of discomfort. It's like a dance partner that knows its steps perfectly, leaving you to enjoy the rhythm of the dance.

These mauls, whether in the 6 lb or the 8 lb iteration, come equipped with a no-slip grip made from vulcanized rubber, ensuring a secure hold, even when your palms are slick with sweat or rain. And at a length of 36″, the handle provides ample leverage, lending your swings a delightful sense of momentum. A lanyard hole is a simple, thoughtful addition that could secure the hammer to your wrist or a stationary object — safety and security, in one neat little package.

Then there's the Unbreakable Handle Technology, a feature that turns these mauls into borderline mythical items. There's a steel core running through the handle that laughs in the face of overstrikes, a feature that makes the notion of “too much” seem quaint. Breaking the handle? A quaint notion belonging to lesser tools.

Perhaps the crowning feature of these splitting mauls, the safety plate, makes sure the head stays exactly where it should be — firmly attached to the handle, preventing dangerous dislodgement. It's a testament to thorough, mindful engineering, a subtle nod to the conscientious craftsman who cares for the well-being of their tools and themselves.

So, for those of you whose hearts stir at the call of activity, who relish the feel of a well-crafted tool in your hands, and who appreciate the fusion of strength, design, and durability, the Wilton B.A.S.H Splitting Mauls are an invitation. They're more than just tools; they're a promise of work well done, of reliability, and of a timeless craft rendered contemporary.


  1. Unbreakable Handle Technology: A steel core ensures that the handle withstands overstrikes and eliminates breaking, providing a reliable tool for the long term.
  2. High Quality Material: The 46 HRC steel head is built to endure even the most demanding applications, promising durability and resilience.
  3. Anti-Vibe Neck: The tapered design of the neck reduces vibrations from striking, ensuring comfort during use.
  4. No-Slip Grip: The vulcanized rubber handle ensures a firm and secure grip even in wet or sweaty conditions.
  5. Safety Plate: This feature locks the head firmly to the handle, preventing dislodging and enhancing user safety.
  6. Lanyard Hole: This added feature allows you to secure the hammer to your wrist or a stationary object, further improving safety.
  7. Two Weight Options: The availability of 6 lb and 8 lb versions allows you to choose the tool best suited to your strength and task requirements.


  1. Price: At $146.99 for the 8lb version and $121.99 for the 6lb version, the B.A.S.H Splitting Mauls are on the higher end of the price spectrum for such tools.
  2. Weight: For those unaccustomed to heavy-duty tools, the 6 lb and 8 lb options could be too heavy and potentially difficult to handle.
  3. Length: While a 36″ handle provides excellent leverage, it might be too long for people of shorter stature, potentially making the maul difficult to control.
  4. Color: The trademark green head, while distinctive, might not be to everyone's aesthetic tastes.
  5. Limited Versatility: As a splitting maul, its primary function is splitting wood and striking wedges, and it may not be the most versatile tool for those needing to perform a wider range of tasks.


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