StrikeMaster Mora Hand Ice Auger
The StrikeMaster Mora Hand Ice Auger is constructed with razor-sharp "Chrome-Alloy" stainless steel twin blades, which will provide up to five times the performance than competitive brands of hand augers. This auger features a cushion grip handle and cushioned top knob for cutting comfort. The Mora also is equipped with a three-stage adjustable handle design that allows the handle to be adjusted from only 48 in. to a maximum height of 57 in. to ensure comfortable use by both children and adults. Grab an auger built to last a lifetime with the StrikeMaster Mora Hand Ice Auger!
- Auger comes in two pieces
- Comes with blade guard
- Adjustable handle height from from 48 in. to 57 in.
|MD-5||5 in.||6 lbs.|
|MD-6||6 in.||6 lbs.|
|MD-7||7 in.||7 lbs.|
|MD-8||8 in.||8 lbs.|
Ratings & Reviews
StrikeMaster Mora Hand Ice Augers
by scott -
I have a power auger but wanted to get a hand auger for ease of use and something light weight. This does the trick, but best when ice is 6 inches or less.
Cuts like a hot knife through butter
by JJ -
It's a great little auger. I liked mine so much I was offering to drill holes for other folks out on the lake. The new rubber grips are also a lot nicer than the plastic ones most other companies use.
by avidangler17 -
For such a basic hand tool, this thing is junk. I have a 7" version and just about every piece has broken on it within 3 years. I ice fish maybe 10-15 times a year, mainly for perch, so I don't drill a huge number of holes. So far, the blade sheath has cracked, the handle nut has broken, i have lost two blades down the hole, and have even BROKEN blades. Keep in mind, new blades are almost the cost of a whole new auger. Save your hard-earned money and get something a little bit nicer.
strike master mora hand auger
by iceman -
it is very lite and packs up short, it cuts through hard ice easier then any hand auger I have ever used
puts holes in ice
I have an 8" model and it has been great, It has put holes in ice from 3" thick to nearly 3' thick without an issue. I coat the blades in oil after each use and have honed them several times, but never replaced them. it cuts as good today as it did on its virgin run. I have only two very minor complaints about the auger, number one it could use some kind of a pilot bit between the blades, it tends to walk across the surface of the ice a bit when first starting on a hole (as does any hand auger save the Nils) and the other complaint is the country of origin, Mora augers used to be made in Sweden, well now like almost everything else they are made in China. Despite these two negatives I have drilled hundreds of holes with this auger and not had a problem, it is lightweight and breaks down easily to transport. It cuts fast and true and has held up well, even the paint.