Join Date: Mar 2015
Location: Grass Valley CA
I bought a set of the 12 larger chisels that look the same. They are very roughly ground and straight out of the box, they are more suited for wood turning. Several are straight chisels that cannot be reground into different usable shapes for wood carving. They are a little small for large male hands but are usable. They would be a good size for a woman or a child. That said, the steel seems to be of decent quality. I had to spend a considerable amount of time regrinding them to get workable edges on them and to reshape one of the straight chisels into a 10/3. Out of the 12 large chisels, I was able to get about 7 that are usable. If you are adept at grinding and honing tools and you don't have much money to spend, they are a pretty good deal. If not, you will find them impossible to use.