February 26, 2007

Estwing 16oz Leather STL Hammer – Review

hammer.jpgWhen it comes to hammers, you should get a good one. Don’t waste time with some junky thing that has a wobbly head after a few uses. A hammer is one of the most essential tools in the toolbox; it’s good for pounding nails, pulling nails, prying boards, demolition work. If you use your tools a lot, the hammer becomes an extension of your arm. So it goes without saying that you want a quality tool.

Estwing, one of the premier hammer makers, offers this bit of excellence. The 16oz Leather STL Hammer is perfect for everyone from the homeowner who tinkers to the full-time carpenter. Since the body is made up of one single piece of metal, the thing is nearly indestructible and ensures you’ll never have to deal with the head flying off at an inopportune time. In addition to it’s durability, the hammer has a great look and feel; the leather grip works great and the tool is so nicely balanced that holding it and swinging it just feels right.

It’s worth putting this hammer in just about any toolbox. If it’s not exactly what you are looking for, you should check out the other hammers that Estwing has. Without exception, they are all very high quality tools.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at February 26, 2007 5:40 PM
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