|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||4.8 x 1 x 14 inches|
|Item model number||AN14|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Dead On Tools carries a lifetime warranty for workmanship on every product we make! Dead on Tools will repair or replace a defective product with a new or reconditioned part or product, depending of the availability at the time of replacement. This warranty covers normal usage and does not cover damage which results from accident, misuse, abuse, vandalism, neglect or improper maintenance. The warranty does not cover damage which results from unauthorized repairs, alterations, or modifications. This warranty does not cover damage to hammer which results from striking hammer against hardened steel tools, i.e. cat's paw, chisel, hardened nails, bolts, etc. All warranty claims must be called or emailed to Dead on Tools first, before any action will be taken. Failure to contact Dead on Tools will lead to delay in replacement, repair, or credit.|
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- Includes Dead On Bottle Opener.
- Multi Purpose Wrench/Nail Puller
- Demolition Axe Rips through dry wall, wood slots, shingles and strip conduit
- Chisel Smashes, cracks and chips away at tile, brick
- Precision Balance provides overall weight-to-length ratio which creates the same perfect "balance"
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Update: I found an even better multi-use hammer tool than the 18-inch Annihilator, much less this one, and it's lighter than even the 14-inch Annihilator. It's called the Trucker's Friend, and I recommend giving it a look if you're in the market for this kind of tool.
This is indeed an excellent tool for destroying things. The question is: is it better than other tools you probably already have, like a claw hammer, and crowbar? Let's look at the parts:
1. Hammer - B+. You can short-grip it to drive nails, or get a two-hand grip and smash things, so it's like the best parts of a heavy 2 or 3-lb hammer and a claw hammer combined. The 18-inch version is better in every way and gets an A.
2. Nail puller - A+. I once spent a whole week at a lumber yard pulling nails out of boards one summer in high school, so I'm a bit of an expert on this. It's a delicate combination of angles that makes a great nail puller. The main one on the head is better than most claw hammers and crowbars. I have used better, but don't own anything better right now. However, this tool has two more nail pullers, on the drywall blade and on the spike, and between them all, i'll take this tool over any other for pulling nails.
3. Prybar - C+. The hammer head makes prying a little awkward sometimes if you're trying to get it into a narrow spot or corner. It gives you way more leverage and works better than most claw hammers, but not as well as a real crowbar. Again, the 18-inch version is better and gets a solid B.
4. Various destroying tools - B+.Read more ›
There might be applications where this tool is okay, but it's not designed well for stripping tile, and it's steel is too brittle for really heavy hitting. In the end I ended up just getting a $10 pry bar, which worked much better.
I bought this item to replace a similarly sized, similarly weighted, but significantly less useful basic pry bar in my NET toolkit. NET is what my city calls its CitizenCorps CERT program, and it's one of the best-utilized CERT programs I've ever encountered. The primary way these things get used by us in the event of an earthquake is to pry doors open or break glass or other things that are generally needed to get people out of damaged buildings. Stuff that will get you arrested if you do it any other time than after an earthquake. ;) Also, a pry bar of this size can be used to move heavy debris just enough to wedge in a pole or other, larger lever as the first step in the slow process of extracting someone pinned under something big and generally uncomfortable.
How does it work? Well, thankfully I haven't had any actual earthquakes in which to test it under real world conditions yet, and I don't fancy being arrested, so I'll have to settle for more mundane tasks like dismantling a shed and pulling the nails so the wood can be reclaimed. For those tasks, the product performs excellently and makes short work of the job.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice product to keep in my vehicle as part of my get home bag, rated 4 due to the pry bar end with the nail puller could have been a little better designed to fit in door jambs... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jason R.
I own the 18" version which I keep in the trunk of my car in case I ever need to bash open a car window to rescue a trapped baby or dog on a hot Summer's day. Read morePublished 5 months ago by GShazam
Item is very well made, has a good weight to it. Should last a long time, and is just the right size to carry, but still get produce a good amount of torque.Published 5 months ago by hurley1229
I am a member of a part time county SWAT team, the rest of the time I am assigned to patrol. I purchased this tool for use as a personal breaching tool to be carried on operations... Read morePublished 6 months ago by HB
Nail puller broke off first day using it after maybe 20 mins, the blade side for drywall looks like it would be effective but it's actually not. Read morePublished 8 months ago by E