The Leveraxe is supposedly a new innovative way to split wood. It is supposed to make things easier than using a traditional axe. I have read a few articles and watched a few videos. The demo video by the manufacture had me questioning the axe. I noticed that they were cutting at the edges which leave you with smaller blocks of wood; this seems to be what the designer was aiming for. Plus when using this, one has to put their wood in a tire. After striking the wood, the axe tilts and helps separate the wood. Since the original release, the Leveraxe has had some changes but the price is still almost $300. Yes, Leveraxe sells for $269 on Amazon. Here is some info: LeverAxe is light in weight, therefore, allows building the speed when in action. The body of the axe is designed in such a way that the head is fixed from the side, which is generally attached to the center. This helps in altering the center of gravity. It helps the log to break a few millimeters and stop; at the same time, it can counterweight the other side there by splitting the log apart. It is a smart device used to split the wood. This smart axe is made of iron and the hook with a heavy design. It has two clamps that hit the log with each swing, helps to produce an excellent resistance which splitting the wood. The handle can also be made of polyamide. It makes it even lighter and can help in fast chopping with less energy as the axe does not get stuck. The model is based on rotational action and lever mechanism. Efficient: As it is designed on a lever mechanism, and does not stick inside the wood, the axe is efficient and fast to use. Enjoyable: It’s ecological and a fun way to chop the firewood. One can start from edges and easily chop the log. Safe: The length of the handle is long which produces more kinetic energy resulting in stopping on top of the log. It is safe to use. https://www.futurescope.tech/leveraxe-axe-smart-axe/ This is a long video but I liked how the maker of the video tested out the Leveraxe plus traditional axes then giving his opinion at the end . I would like to demo the Leveraxe because it is quite interesting but I will not be purchasing one after all my research and watching videos. Spending $300 to try out an axe is too much, no matter how intriguing it is. I will stick with my Fiskars axe for now. Has anyone tried out the Leveraxe? Or know of anyone who has one?