Northern Industrial Peavey - 4-Ft., Model# 2504Q011
I chose this log Northern Industrial Peavey - 4-Ft. totally based on the price point. It has worked well from day 1. I made it work even better by spending 2 minutes with a hand file. I sharpened the hook slightly and it digs into the logs and make rolling them a breeze.
April 23, 2013
Peavy works quite well now that the duckbill hook has been reworked. Had to sharpen the point and do some grinding on the hinge to allow it to rotate freely.
I was not surprised after reading other reviews. But the price was reasonable
and the tool is now very functional.
May 23, 2012
Also had hook break
Worked well untill hook broke off after moving a few logs, just like several others have. Fix the hook and it would be a good product.
February 1, 2012
i bought the peavey and i love it. i am starting a firewood business and i cant tell you how much time and energy i save using this tool i bought from northern tool. it was a great investment.
November 2, 2009
Not the best tool i've ever purchased
Seemed like a good tool when I bought it but the hook broke off it on the second log I tried to move. Not too impressed.
March 7, 2009
I recieved my peavey at 9 a.m. yesterday morning and imediately put it to work. Before buying this product i would attempt to roll and carry huge pieces of red oak, by hand, to my splitter. After sharping the hook I was rolling logs with ease. It definately was a good buy and a back saver. Don't know how i've made it this long without it.
January 13, 2009
I bought my peavey over a year ago and i's still working well. I would recomend this product.
November 18, 2008
When you first get this tool the first thing you think is dang that's a handle. It could use a little hook tip sharpening, but once your'e done with that it is a pretty serious tool. It will gladly roll the biggest logs that Alaska can grow. I am a professional woodsman and this tool is in my permanent kit, If you cut firewood for a living this is a must have.
April 24, 2008
Like newell, I broke the hook off the peavey, on my second use,. Instead of returning it, I just had a friend weld it back on. Needs to be welded better at the factory or it will continue to be bad product.
December 6, 2007
The end of the hook broke on the first use. Rather than send it back, because of all the hastle that involves, I welded it back on myself. Since then, it has been a good tool.
October 16, 2007