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Stiletto Tools Inc TI14SC Titan 14 Oz Titanium Framing Hammer With Curved Handle


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  • The original Titanium framing hammer
  • Less recoil shock than steel hammers
  • Lightweight titanium head eases fatigue, yet the driving force equals a 24 oz steel
  • Magnetic nail start feature on nose of the hammer for easy one-handed nail sets
  • Ergonomic American hickory curved handles for greater swing leverage
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Stiletto Tools Inc TI14SC Titan 14 Oz Titanium Framing Hammer With Curved Handle + Stiletto AG-102 AirGrip Coldshrink 8-by-2-Inch Grip Wrap Tube for Handles up to 1-7/8-Inch in Diameter + Stiletto 18-Inch Curved Replacement Handle
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Technical Details
Part Number TI14SC
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions18 x 6 x 2 inches
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Item model numberTI14SC
ColorSilver
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000022661
Best Sellers Rank #76,492 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableAugust 24, 2006
  
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From the Manufacturer

When you look at the Titan hammers from Stiletto Tool Co., you can see it's a well crafted tool. What you can't see is that this may be the lightest framing hammer you'll ever hold. Stiletto Tool Company proudly traces its history to the earliest days of the California Gold Rush. Since 1849, we have provided professionals and homeowners the tools that have literally shaped the building of the West. Today, Stiletto's line of Titanium hammers brings the tradition into the 21st century. Lighter by nearly half the weight of conventional hammers, Stiletto's line of Titanium hammers significantly decreases the incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive-motion, stress-related injuries. The lightness of Titanium creates a greater head velocity with less effort. Its strength assures there is no loss in driving power.

Product Description

Includes 14 oz. Titanium Smooth/Curved 18 in. Hickory Handle Framing Hammer - TI14SC

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Perfect gift for my prop-maker boyfriend, he loves his new hammer.
KymberV
I also like the magnetic nail channel at the top of the head for hard to reach or one handed hand drives.
BZ Builder
I feel like it's easier to be accurate because of the light weight so I hit with more force.
Wuffman

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By pj hitchcock on April 7, 2000
After using this hammer every day for a few weeks, I don't ever want to pick up that famous blue handled hammer I used to swing! Despite the handle coming loose soon after I started using it, I still wouldn't give it up. (A quick call to the manufacturer and a new handle was on its way at no cost to me) The magnetic slot to start nails with is the envy of the rest of the crew at work. I thought it was kinda gimmicky at first but not anymore. This is a great product. I hope you find the review helpful in making the pricey investment.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By nicola on June 3, 2012
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Finally submitted and decided to buy a decent hammer after 15yrs as a carpenter. 1st option, i bought a Douglas 20oz framer which was a massive disapointment!!!! the handle was rough and the head was wonky!!!! Now i own a Stiletto 14oz titanium hickory handled framer and it still amazes me everyday i lift it out the bag. Everyone who has tried it is so suprised. At first i wasnt sure whether to believe the hype, after all, a hammer is just a hammer right? WRONG. I will never buy any other type of claw/framing hammer as long as i live. Stiletto customer for life. xxx
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By mtmn61 on April 21, 2011
I frame custom homes for a living and use this hammer everyday. It is hands down the best hammer ever made. I have carried almost every type of hammer out there and there is no match for it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wuffman on January 19, 2009
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I used to have a problem with tennis elbow from swinging a 32oz hammer and even when i scaled back to a 24oz I still had some pain. This hammer is light as a feather and yet I still feel like I can drive 16's in the same number of hits. I feel like it's easier to be accurate because of the light weight so I hit with more force. I've had this hammer in service for several years now and as I get more into finish work I still find it's the best one to keep in my belt. Even though i have a smooth face I don't notice any tendency to slip off the nail head. It seemed like alot of money at the time, but I've never regretted it and I still enjoy using it every time. Just a great all-around hammer!
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Christopher A. Bieker on January 16, 2002
After hearing the titanium hype for over a year, I had to get one. After using it for a couple of months, I havn't had any problems. It still takes a few more hits to drive larger nails. I like my 25oz. steel hammer for heavy framing. I like using the Stilletto for white pine and sheet goods. It sure is a conversation piece on the job sites, but probably not worth the extra money(at least to me).
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I bought this hammer nearly two years ago, and have swung it more or less six days a week since then. If, like me, your hand is hurting after a day swinging a framing hammer, buy this one and you won't regret it. It feels like a toy, but it'll match a 22 oz. steel hammer swing for swing. One piece of advice - once the handle breaks, (it will, it's a wooden handle) instead of buying another wooden handle and breaking it again right away, go to a place that puts fiberglass handles in - it's just as light, and ten times as durable.
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Best hammer ever for framing, my shoulder and arm no longer bother me at night since I have been using this hammer
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By KymberV on July 10, 2014
Perfect gift for my prop-maker boyfriend, he loves his new hammer.
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