|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.5 x 5.8 x 1.4 inches|
|Item model number||2110|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Return for inspection|
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Dalluge 2110 21-Ounce Framing Hammer Serrated Face w/ Nail Loc Magnetic Nail Holder, 18-Inch Straight Hickory Handle
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Dalluge 2110 21oz Framing Hammer. 17" Straight Hickory Handle, Milled Face, Magnetic Nail Holder/Start. Dalluge decking and framing hammers are in a class by themselves. Designed by a professional carpenter for professional carpenters, Dalluge hits the word "balance" right on the nose, with head-to-handle weight ratio so precise, you'll swear you're swinging a much light hammer. The result is surer, deeper, more powerful nail driving with less strain on the arm and shoulder.
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Whether you're building a deck, nailing siding, putting up a fence or framing a house, there's a Dalluge hammer to fit your needs. Dalluge hammers are available in an extra large serrated face, which is designed to grip the nail head through the drive, reducing slippage and bent nails. Or choose a smooth or textured face to prevent elephant tracks on the wood. Sleek, aerodynamically contoured handles are available in straight or curved design. All handles are made from flame-treated American hickory and machine-gauged to a precise balance, then double sanded, buffed and lacquered to assure maximum comfort.
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Later other guys said that I had to try a Stilleto. So, when my Dalluge's hickory handle was getting near the end of it's rope I got a Stilleto and tried to use it with an unbiased opinion. Instantly I noticed it's serrated face was deteriorating very quickly. Then all of a sudden, while doing light framing, three weeks into using it, the medal cracked in half. Unbelievable to the most veteran of carpenters, the handle was intact and looking new, the medal claw was still there and looked fine, but the head of the hammer was on the ground. Granted the metal busting in half was probably a freak accident, but the decider for me was three weeks into use the serrated face was looking worse then my one year used Dalluge (and I'm not a shy person when it comes to slamming on a cats paw or concrete.)
Over the years I have tried many other hammers that other carpenters used. Nothing is close to the Dalluge. With the exception of the Dalluge 24 oz. It was also a great hammer but when you switch back to a 21 oz you notice the weight difference, but your still putting nails away with two swings. So, the 21 oz. is still my weapon of choice.
I will continue to try other hammers, and try to keep an unbiased opinion. But as it stands right now the Dalluge the King. I intend on next trying the Dalluge DDT 16. I have a good friend who loves it. He says the only con is that the serrated face will dull quickly if strikes on a cats paw, so in the case that he needs to use it, he'll hit the cats paw with the side of his hammer.
TIPS & TRICKS: Any wooden handle hammer will eventually loss its lacquer finish on the handle. When this happens your grip and get a little loose and slip at times. If/when you get to this point you can get some spray lacquer at your home center. Three coats should work fine. Another great trick that many like is purchasing the Stilleto Air Grip ($12 on Amazon.)It's pretty self explanatory when you see it.
This hammer drives a 9 penny nail home within two hits, with ease. It feels light, yet hammers with a lot of power.
The finish and feel are sublime.
UPDATE: I still have my hammer and the handle lasted over 6 years and was still strong as can be. The waffle still looks pretty dang good. I had a hard time cutting of the handle, but I wanted to put the ax handle on it. Here is hoping that handle will last 6 years or longer like my last one. The head is still in great shape. This hammer is the perfect size and swings like the 19 oz Vaughn bluemax I till I found this beauty. It hits harder than the 19 oz and doesn't feel any slower on the swing. I hope Vaughan is building these the same way as Dalluge did, because this hammer design deserves good craftsmanship.