|Item Weight||6.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.2 x 1.5 x 9.8 inches|
|Item model number||12913|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
Sheffield 12913 Premium 14-in-1 Hammer Tool
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And I saw this tool, and, based on the price, I said, "What the hell, let's give it a try." A warning for those guys living outside the USA: customs duties and taxes are quite expensive, I ended up paying 55% of its value because this tool is made in China, and subject to compensatory quota.
The tool is quite light and handy, but not perfect. The hammer is strong enough to put a nail in a brick wall, and the nail claw can remove small nails, but don't expect them to be able to remove a concrete nail. The pliers can remove small nuts and bolts, but they can't be opened that much and the inside space isn't that great. I wasn't able to cut a 12-gauge wire, by example, because I couldn't open the wire cutter enough; little problems with 14-gauge wire if the insulation was big enough; and no problems for telephone wiring. The knife is sharp but maybe a little short, the serrated blade doubles as a sharpener and a flat screwdriver, the can and bottle opener has two wire strippers.
However, there are two tools that are almost useless. There is a small flat screwdriver and a small Phillips screwdriver, located around the middle part of the tool, that are simply too short: the flat one is blocked in it's reach by the hammerhead, the Phillips one is blocked by the pliers' handle. They would be useful if they were either longer or located at the bottom of the tool.
So it's not a perfect tool, but it may be useful when you don't have a toolbox in hand. Certainly it had been useful for me, but far from perfect.
What this is, for those who've never seen the full-sized item, is a miniature Fencing Tool, intended for people servicing wire fences miles from anywhere and traveling light. The pliers are for pulling fence-staples mainly, the hammer for knocking them in again. The cutters are for fence wire. The full-sized ones rarely have extra blades though, and are as long as a regular hammer.
I'll start with the good.
Made of stainless steel. Looks pretty (and hysterically funny). Nice belt pouch.
That's about it.
The hammer is impractically short to be of any use, plus you'll be smashing your knuckles into whatever you are hammering against if you aren't careful since they will poke out further than the hammer head's working face.
The springs on some blades are too tight. Getting those blades unfolded may cause you to fold a thumbnail back.
The can-opener blade is blunt. I reground mine and it took hours to do by hand.
The straight blade is blunt. I reground mine over the course of one evening using a Smith's TRI-6 Arkansas TRI-HONE Sharpening Stones System and it is properly sharp now.
The serrated blade is wickedly sharp, but has been melded to a file. Whatever you use it for will have bits of whatever you've filed left in it if it is meat-like. Steak au Iron Filings.Read more ›
Unfortunately the haft of the tool is WAY too short for the hammer to be much use. If there was an extendable sleeve or some kind of sheathing feature that would allow you to add some torque to your swing this would be a pretty good tool; if it had interchangeable heads, it would be great. However, that's for some other designer.
Needless to add, the pliers are also of limied utility because the hammer head and claw project out to the side, and as Guillermo points out, the phillips head and mini screwdriver are in bad positions for most use. The saw-knife blade is also too short to do you much good except on pretty small projects.
The pliers-handle is spring-loaded, which I guess helps a bit when wrenching, crimping, or wire cutting, but means that you have to hook what would otherwise be the belt loop over a notch in the end of the handle, or the thing sort of hangs out all over the place. In short, this isn't the multitool I'd keep in the tackle box, and I'm not sure about being able to break the window glass if it was in the glove compartment....
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this little thing. It's not an everyday tool but great for the bug out bag or vehicle.Published 1 day ago by Tau Murphy
Purchased for a camping tool, but ended up being smaller than expected. Would make a good emergency tool when camping out of a car, but too heavy for hiking distances. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Matt S.
Very handy especially for emergencies. I bought this for my freshman daughter to have for a emergency tool kit, and we began using it almost immediately on dorm move in day. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jay
Great size, so convenient! Bought this for my dad for Father's day and he has used it countless time and loves it. Definitely recommend for the hardworking handy man (or woman! Read morePublished 12 days ago by Siera
This has turned out to be a very handy tool. I'm using it for all sorts of little projects around the house and it's nice not to have to go get a different tool every time I turn... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Bernice A. Drake
Bought as a Christmas gift for a grandson but from all appearances, it is a good tool for the price. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Amazon Customer
This is something handy to have around the house. Works great.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Overall this is a fun product that I got my dad for Father's Day. I thought it was going to be a little bit bigger, but that's kinda my only "con". Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer