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Splitter advice.

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What kind of splitters are out there in the £1500 - £2000 bracket? New or second hand if that would provide a much better machine. Thinking of dipping my toe into the firewood world. 



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I've actually borrowed the venom 22t to split a load for myself today. Real impressed with it, the 2017 model seems to have a built in table which would be really handy. I'll more than likely purchase one myself.


Need to source and split some stuff ready for next winter...


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I'll look into the wallenstein. I imagine they might be slightly put my budget though?

split a load of pine rings which have been sat there the best part of a year, as well as some nice sycamore. Good to get it cleared up if anything!


Struggling with pricing, seems to be so much variation. I don't want to be a busy fool! But I do want to be busy....

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