|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 5.8 x 1.5 inches|
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|Item model number||E3-22SM|
|Size||22 oz (Ounces)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|National Stock Number||5120-01-069-5686|
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Estwing E3-22SM 22 oz Framing Hammer with Milled Face & Shock Reduction Grip
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- Designed for use on framing jobs
- 1 Piece forged steel head and handle
- Solid metal head for maximum strength
- Rip claws pull nails efficiently
- Milled face grips nail heads to minimize slipping and mishits
- Forged one-piece solid steel construction
- Full polished
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For someone like me who doesn't hammer for long stretches of time the all steel estwings are the way to go. You will never have to buy another one or fool with replacing handles. That being said I know pros at habitat for humanity who hammer all day long on framing jobs and they all use wooden handled hammers because it deadens the shock to the elbow. Most of them use Vaughan California Framers / Blue Max which really are nice hammers, but all wood handled tools I've had seem to need a replacement handle after a while. After replacement its just never as good as it was new. I'll stick with the eternal swamp hammer and its kin.
It's like a sledge in framing hammer form. The claws are long and sharp. It's balance is dead on. And all the pros use it. I got into a work truck the other day, set my hammer down on the seat and realized I sat it down on top of 3 other steel estwings; Mine, my foreman's and 2 of my other foreman's (A 22oz for driving nail and a 28 oz for demo work). I've seen hundreds of these on job sites being used for everything you can imagine and they hold up like nothing else. I've only seen 2 Stanley antivibe steel framers and of those two, the head broke off on one as a dude was using it to chip some concrete and the hammer was only a couple of weeks old. For shame. I've never seen that happen with an estwing.
+ Well weighted it will help you drive a roughly nail in with only a few hits.
+ Well balanced hammer helps reduce fatigue and miss hits
+ The claw portion of the hammer is very effective for both pulling nails and using as a crow bar
+ The nylon synthetic handle rarely slips in your hand
- A bit more expensive than othr hammers
Final verdict -
5 Stars buy with confidence.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The hammer,its lighter than home depot s one, (same weigh)Published 28 days ago by rene u hernandez
Great hammer. I'm a full tme prefetional concrete worker and this durable hammer holds up to everything I doPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great hammer with very good balance. The face of the hammer has a rough texture (not smooth) and will leave imprints on anything that is hammered.Published 2 months ago by Alex Harris
This an excellent hammer to use very light and easy to handlePublished 3 months ago by Ronald REEVES