Eskimo Standard Hand Ice Augers feature dual flat stainless steel blades, comfortable handgrips, and a cross-bolt takedown system that allows you to easily take apart your auger with the turn of a knob, preventing over-tightening when you drill. The included blade protector will extend the life of the Quantum blades, providing you with an auger that will last season after season.
Eskimo® hand augers are a perfect travel companion for early-or-late-season ice anglers. Only weighing 6.5 pounds, the 6-Inch Hand Auger is lightweight and effortlessly cuts through the ice. The pommel handle allows for quick and easy turns through the ice and the cross-bolt takedown system prevents over-tightening when you drill. Complete with dual-flat blades, the Eskimo 6-Inch Hand Auger is designed for a long life.
Designed for a long life, the 7-Inch Hand Auger has flat blades that slice through the ice effortlessly. The dual flat blades are made of stainless steel, built to stay sharp longer. To prevent over-tightening when you drill, Eskimo Hand Augers are constructed with a cross-bolt takedown system. Its pommel handle allows for quick and easy turns in early or late ice fishing season.
For early or late season ice anglers, Eskimo Hand Augers are great travel companions. The Eskimo 8-Inch Hand Auger cuts clean fishing holes. With a cross-bolt takedown system, pommel handle and dual-flat blades, Eskimo Hand Augers are designed for a long life.
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