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Vaughan TTC1FGP 16-Ounce TiTech Titanium Hammer-Smooth Face, Fiberglass Handle, 16-Inch long.


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  • Ergonomically designed hammer engineered to combine the advantages of lightweight Titanium body with heat treated, high carbon steel caps.
  • Interchangable smooth face steel cap for finishing work
  • Specially formulated shock absorbing rubber pad
  • Free floating pin that moves on impact
  • Exclusive vibration absorbing hollow core designed fiberglass handle
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Twice as Tough! Only TiTech combines the high speed driving power of Titanium with the versatility of interchangeable steel caps.Lightweight Titanium body swings faster for greater power at a point of impact with less stress and arm fatigue. The TTC1FGP comes with a smooth face for finishing work, that can be changed with a milled face for rough framing. Includes patent pending free floating pin and anti-vibration rubber pad to reduce sting and allows for maximum shock absorption.Ergonomically designed hammer engineered to combine the advantages of lightweight Titanium body with heat treated, high carbon steel caps.Interchangable smooth face steel cap for finishing workSpecially formulated shock absorbing rubber padFree floating pin that moves on impactExclusive vibration absorbing hollow core designed fiberglass handle

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Twice as Tough! Only TiTech combines the high speed driving power of Titanium with the versatility of interchangeable steel caps.Lightweight Titanium body swings faster for greater power at a point of impact with less stress and arm fatigue. The TTC1FGP comes with a smooth face for finishing work, that can be changed with a milled face for rough framing. Includes patent pending free floating pin and anti-vibration rubber pad to reduce sting and allows for maximum shock absorption.

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Technical Details
Part Number TTC1FGP
Item Weight2.4 pounds
Product Dimensions17 x 1.5 x 6.5 inches
Item model numberTTC1FGP
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0002IGGXA
Best Sellers Rank #365,558 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 pounds
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Date First AvailableJune 24, 2004
  
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DanB on January 6, 2013
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I'm a job lead for a remodeler/general contractor and have to say this is a solid hammer! Like nearly everyone who buys a titanium hammer, I wanted to ease the strain on my arm. I bought this one because of the fiberglass handle because I personally prefer them over wood and for the steel replaceable face. My logic for the steel face was I could bang away on cat paws and pry bars/chisels/punches without worrying about dinging up a soft titanium face. So far my theory is holding true, I can hammer away on my bars and it works as it should. You will see reviews here and there saying the set screws on the heads come loose, this is true. However, the first time that happened to me I put it back in with some lock-tite I had in my truck and kept swinging. 5 minute fix and no issues since.
I bought the smooth face since I do more finish type work then raw framing, however I am going to buy a milled face for framing. I've found the face on this hammer way more slippery then the smooth face on my old Estwing hammers for some reason. I don't consider this a problem with the hammer itself as we all know a milled face is what a framer should be using anyway and it is very quick and easy to change the face out.
Compared to my old hammers, this one feels like it weighs a little less then my 22oz Estwing, way, way less then my 28oz and honestly about the same as my 20oz fiberglass Vaughn. I do feel that it drives nails better then the 20 and 22 oz hammers, not quite as well as my 28, but I can swing this thing all day with much less discomfort! I'm glad I bought it and hope it holds up in the long term. I'm keeping my steel hammers for demo work to save the handle on this one, but this will be my framer and general purpose hammer.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elliott A. Sheffield Jr. on February 6, 2009
I have been in the construction business for 40+ years and started out with a 22oz vaughan fiberglass handle. I have always liked the 'feel' of vaughan. This hammer is touted as being lighter than a 22 oz hammer. I used it yesterday for the first time and could not tell a difference. The handle is more stout than the original hammer. I will still keep this hammer and use it for demolition or concrete work. However, I will buy a 14oz Ruger Stilleto for general use.
Elliott
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Berube on August 4, 2007
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I bought this hammer after struggling with nasty tennis elbow for about four years. Bottom line, it's light, really light. You swing it faster with less effort, and it hits hard. Very well balanced, and swings great. Frame with it all day, and arm feels good. I do use it for an all around hammer as well, but it's a little too big for some stuff. If you have elbow problems, cough up the extra bucks for this hammer, it's cheaper than those cortazone shots
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Wheadon on February 12, 2010
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Ive used vaughan hammers for 15 years, and hoped this would be a great hammer, but the head started to fall apart after a few swings. Returned this hammer and bought the dalluge. Much happier with the dalluge 7180 hammer.
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By Steve on November 22, 2008
I recently retired my old Vaughan 21-ounce smooth face fiberglass hammer after 7 years of almost daily use so I knew I wanted another Vaughan.
I have developed elbow and shoulder problems and the weight of this hammer has helped ease the sting. The other major benefit is the total weight decrease of the tool bags, making just walking around much more comfortable.
This is a solid hammer for professionals.
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