Fire Hooks Unlimited The FireMaxx 14-in-1 Tool



The FireMaxx Tool is 14 Tools In 1! It is One-Piece Drop Forged and Heated and features self-extinguishing celtex grips. It can be carried in your hand, on your belt or even a harness. 

Available in two lengths: 22" and 26".

14-in-1 Tools:
  • Axe 
  • Hammer 
  • Spanner Wrench 
  • Windshield Cutter 
  • Rappelling Ring 
  • Gas Shut-Off 
  • Water Shut-Off 
  • Battery Disconnect 
  • Dry Wall Cutter 
  • Forcible Entry 
  • Hinge Remover 
  • Pry Bar 
  • Stortz Latch Opener 
  • Hood Remover

Ratings & Reviews

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Haven't had a chance to use this in the field yet, but I was happy with the 26"" size wears well on my belt. But I was pretty disappointed to find that none of the cutting edges where sharp. I had expected it with the axe blade and that sharpened up relatively quickly. But the glass cutter and the glass scoring edge being dull, came as a surprise. The glass cutter sharpened up decent with a chainsaw file. But the scoring edge was a pain. Over all I'm confident that it will be a very handy tool. Will I be using to cut out a windshield? Probably not. Just about every other aspect of the tool I'm sure I'll use at some point.

kicks butt


This is a great tool. Light weight and heavy duty! I've only been using it about a month but it's working great and I've caught the last few fires. So it must be good luck too!

Does what you need but not all that you are hoping for.


This tool is great it does ALMOST everything it claims. I'm a career fire fighter fresh out of the academy. I saw this tool and like most of you I was overjoyed when the advertisement essentially said I could do my entire job with this one tool. It and flash lights were my only initial gear purchase for the job. I was sorely disappointed when I discovered that the tool can NOT open or close hydrants. I tried the spanner out on a 5"" and it dig fit and tighten the coupling well. The axe blade works like a dream. I got my first fire and overhaul was cake, I easily opened up walls, took off door paneling and easily got through anything I need. including pulling nails. I'm only 5'6 140lbs, by the way and I was easily working as fast and effectively with the guys with me with bigger classic tools., the hammer end works well. good for right or left hand, double or single use. the size let me get in small places and work well, and when I had space? Forget about it. I haven't tried repelling with it, or cutting glass (it's a axe, I'm sure it'll do fine) but even with out a hydrant rench this thing is great. That feature not working was a big disappointment though. Not gonna lie.

Good idea, that's about it.


Career for 20 years and in 2008 made Captain. I was looking for a tool as an officer on an Engine Co. That ads got me on this thinking I could just carry this and cover a wide range of options. Kind of like the Officer's Tool. Don't waste your time. It's too short for proper leverage in forcible entry and overhaul. Forks need tuning and still to narrow for any TTL methods. Forks are also way thick and small for forcing doors. Fire Hook is a great company, they missed the mark with this one. Spend your money on a Maxx Rexx with their 8 lb lock slot flat head. Grab you a shove knife and a key tool. There's no where you won't be able to go. A drill with a 1/8th bit on it will drill out any tumblers on locks. Add a flathead screw driver and can get the same done too.