|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||51-941|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Stanley Tools warrants this product against defects in material and workmanship for the expected useful life of this tool.|
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Stanley 51-941 16-Ounce AntiVibe Curved Claw Forged Steel Head and Handle Hammer
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- An ideal professional grade framing/nailing hammer
- 1-piece double-forged steel head and handle for superior swing and greater durability
- Patented ergonomic handles designed for multiple grip positions
- Unique grip design for both framers and nail hammers
- Limited lifetime warranty
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About Stanley AntiVibe Hammers
Stanley AntiVibe hammers are made with the professional and serious DIYer in mind. Made of one-piece double forged steel head and handle for swing and durability, the hammers feature a patented tuning fork design that helps reduce harmful vibrations. The ergonomically designed handles, with the rubber grip molded directly onto the shaft, allow for multiple grip positions. The handles also have a specially textured grip for improved performance in wet conditions and an enlarged handle design that helps reduce gripping fatigue. A specially designed head shape provides for better balance and a larger "sweet spot."
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Top Customer Reviews
After every strike, the hammer continues to ring for a few seconds. I thought I had a 5 star hammer until I helped a friend build a shed. My elbow felt great, but the continuous ringing for 2 days was enough to drive me insane! Even my friend was affected by the ringing while working several feet away.
He had the 20-ounce Antivibe and it does not experience any ringing. I headed to Lowes to buy a new hammer and tested these two models in the store. I sampled several of the Antivie hammers on the shelf and the 16oz/20oz ringing/not ringing held true.
If you can handle the extra weight, the 20oz Antivibe is a great hammer. It dampens the vibrations in a split-second. If you need a 16oz, I'd continue to look elsewhere if you need to drive more than a dozen nails per project.
I'd hammer in the evening - all over this land!
I'd hammer out danger, I'd hammer out a warning
I'd hammer out love between my brothers and my sisters
All over this land!"
As a hint to my family that I wanted a new hammer for Christmas, I repeatedly sang Trini Lopez's "If I Had A Hammer" song hundreds of times in the weeks prior to Christmas.
Great news - it worked! My family bought me this awesome Stanley Hammer. I've never been happier with a hammer! It hammers stuff real good. I've banged up my thumb a couple of times, but that's not the hammer's fault. I just probably shouldn't be hammerin stuff after I drink too much.
Anyway...thanks to Stanley for making such a great hammer, thanks to my family for buying it for me, and thanks to Trini Lopez for singing the song that made it all possible!
Gotta go now and use my hammer some more. As a great MC once said, "It's hammer time!"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great hammer, performs every job I need. Would recommend it to do it yourselfers or professionals.Published 7 months ago by randy raper
Works well, comfortable. Nice curved claw works better than straight one. I saw complaints of pinging. Taping a washer to the head eliminates the ping.Published 12 months ago by pl
I have been using this all day for the last couple of weeks, and love it. The only issue was that it caught on my metal hammer loop when withdrawn. Read morePublished on May 3, 2012 by Barthbill
Although others have mentioned the longer handle on this 16-oz. version (compared to the claw hammer), it does allow plenty of room to choke up on it to strike the right balance. Read morePublished on April 7, 2010 by Zaine Ridling