|Manufacturer||Dead On Tools|
|Item Weight||3.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 1.25 x 18 inches|
|Item model number||AN18|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty on all Manufacture's defects|
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Dead On AN18 18-Inch Annihilator Utility and Wrecking Bar
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- Demolition hammer-use for breaking down hard surfaces, as well as other general hammer uses
- Nail puller and tile ripper-pull nails and get underneath tile- to rip up tile
- Board straightener-adjusts board into proper positions before tacking. Use on standard board sizes
- Demolition axe-rip through dry wall, wood slots, shingles and strip conduit
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From the manufacturer
A Collision of Serious, Tool-Using Professionals and a Lifestyle Lived Out Loud!
Dead On has risen again! We, the Dead On Tools team, have upgraded our tool rigs and pouches. The iconic DO21C framing hammer is as good as ever. The Annihilator wrecking bar – well, just look at it and you know it means business. The Exhumer nail puller, still the champ. Dead On tool-users don’t check their personality when they punch the clock. Our products match that lifestyle, and stand out in a category of commodity products. The Dead On brand and skull logo are about to become icons for those end users.
|Dead On AN18 18-Inch Annihilator Utility and Wrecking Bar||Dead On AN14 14-Inch Annihilator Utility and Wrecking Bar|
|Overall Weight||3.7 lbs||2.0 lbs|
|Bar Length||12 in.||9 in.|
|Overall Length||18 in.||14 in.|
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|Item Dimensions||5.50 x 1.25 x 18.00 inches||4.75 x 1.00 x 14.00 inches||36.00 x 4.50 x 1.13 inches||1.40 x 6.00 x 29.62 inches||36.38 x 5.25 x 1.25 inches||18.00 x 1.75 x 2.75 inches|
- Demolition hammer- use for breaking down hard surfaces, as well as other general hammer uses- Nail puller and tile ripper- pull nails and get underneath tile- to rip up tile- Board straightener- adjusts board into proper positions before tacking. Use on standard board sizes- Demolition axe- rip through dry wall, wood slots, shingles and strip conduit
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This one...its just so sad seeing that made in China label it's not a 100% different tool but its definitely much lower quality...shame on this company for letting the consumer down so poorly. I gave them the benefit of the doubt even after reading about how terrible the Chinese models were, I thought "maybe they implement some sort of quality control it can't be all that bad".
I was wrong, a flawed cast from perfect.
Still useful, to a lesser degree NOTHING like the old school ones though.
Last week, some cowardly dirtbag stole my hammer from a demo site. It almost goes without saying that I had a new one ordered even before I got home. Thanks to the beauty and ease of Amazon's awesome Prime service, the new one arrived this morning, just after my Sunday coffee.
What the hell is this thing??
There are pocks and pits in the face, thanks to the new, cheaper manufacturing process, and the whole thing smells like a discount Chinese tool store. Not only that, but there are grind marks all over it where it's obviously had burs removed.
The handle under the (now cheap plastic) cover (the last one was rubberized) is _visibly_ thinner than my last one, and it's not even as heavy.
Finally, instead of a lifetime warranty, you now have a warning that the product is so frail that it may actually break if you use it as a pry-bar... IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE A DEMOLITION TOOL!!!
I have the biggest part of that same demo job, this coming week, and will be updating my review at the end of it. I'm interested to see if this new, less expensive to produce tool will hold up. Will it gain a star? (There's no way this will ever be a five-star tool) Or will it lose even more ground?
Let's find out.
This was normally in my camping gear, as it is prefect for putting tent spikes in the ground easily.
I haven't had occasion to use the holes ment for bolts, or the spike on the end just yet, but the durability of the head is really good.
The pry part is set at an off angle though, so it's not as effective as a claw hammer, but that's my only complaint.
It has never let me down and has done everything I needed of it. I would highly recommend taking a chance with it. I see some negative reviews on here, and I'm sure there are certain people and levels of profession that this is not the tool for, but I'm convinced that for most people and most uses, it's a damn solid investment of $30.
I don't like the finish. A client allowed me to use his bar during a kitchen demo. I was impressed enough to purchase my own. He got his at a big box store but I could not find one. So I purchased online. The tool I received has pitting and grinding marks. That is ok but I am concerned about the welds.
Have had it for a year and so far so good.
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Wish Dead on can review/fix the quality problem. This could be my first and last of Dead On products
This thing is a monster. While it's definitely not the "Only tool you'll need", it does everything it promises and its weight and length means it really packs a punch.