Irwin Tools’ 16-oz. fiberglass general-purpose hammer combines a forged steel head on a fiberglass handle for lightweight durability. The handle’s rounded design offers unique curves and contours to optimize comfort and control. There is a curved bottom to prevent slippage, and the smooth face prevents surface marks.
Stanley’s 20 oz. FatMax anti-vibe rip claw nailing hammer features a slip-resistant handle for a secure grip and comfort. The torsion-control stabilizers reduce arm-twisting fatigue. It minimizes vibration and shock at impact and is constructed from one piece of steel.
Klein Tools’ 832-26 lineman’s claw milled hammer has a large head for driving in staples and lag bolts. It features a lighter 26-oz. head (compared to the traditional 32-oz. hammer) and a claw end for removing nails, molding and ground wire. The milled face aids in driving staples into utility poles. The fiberglass handle has a textured grip to prevent...
Irwin’s 16-oz. general purpose fiberglass hammer combines a forged steel head on a fiberglass handle for lightweight durability. The curved bottom prevents slippage and the hardened cap is for added durability.
DeWalt’s DWHT51438 12 oz. steel hammer features a side nail puller that enables users to quickly remove nails. It is made of a durable, one-piece steel for durability with a balanced design for a lower center of gravity to create a smoother swing.
Southwire Tools’ electrician’s hammer features a Romex staple remover. The 18 oz. head is constructed of heavy-duty drop forged steel, and the extended neck is designed for easy reach into outlet boxes. It features a handle hole for tethering, a high-strength, lightweight fiberglass handle for vibration resistance and a comfortable, nonslip handle grip.