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Posted by Josephine Ayre on Jan 18, 2012 in Log Splitter

For some people, looking for a log splitter for sale can only be done online because they don’t live anywhere near a supplier. For others, looking at splitters online is more about convenience. If you fit into either of these categories, you may have been put off from searching online for log splitters because you’re unsure about whether this equipment will be any good.

Unfortunately, as with buying anything online, you can never be 100% certain that you are getting the exact pictured splitter or that it will meet your expectations. Most credible companies will offer a money back guarantee policy, but there are people who have fallen into the trap and been stuck with a sub-par splitter that they cannot refund.

The best way to ensure that the log splitter you have found online is going to turn out to be the one that you get sent and be of good quality is to buy from a website that has active contact details and, if possible, an actual store somewhere in Australia. Give the company a call and ask them some questions about the splitter. If you’re happy with the answers they give, place an order with their website.

Online auction websites, such as eBay, are also great for finding log splitters for sale. Buying a splitter from one of these sites, however, will generally require you to either pick the equipment up or to pay exorbitant shipping costs. There is also the inability to check how legitimate the seller is, beyond reading their past feedback. The best advice for buying log splitters on eBay is to ask questions of the seller after the equipment and to always be wary of the quality.