|Item Weight||15.3 ounces|
|Item model number||54-028|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Stanley warrants this product to the original purchaser for its useful life against deficiencies in material and workmanship. This LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY does not cover products that are improperly used, abused, altered or repaired. Deficient products will be replaced or repaired.|
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Stanley 54-028 FatMax AntiVibe Shingler Hatchet with Blade
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- Patented tuning fork design reduces harmful vibration that can cause wrist and arm injuries
- Forged, one-piece steel construction for increased strength and durability
- Rim temper reduces incidences of chipping or spalling
- Ergonomically designed handle with rubber grip for increased comfort and performance
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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This AntiVibe shinglers hatchet with blade is designed for roofing installers. The blade edge is for splitting wood shakes/shingles & includes a nail notch for removing old nails. The strike face is designed to set roofing nails, while the dowel provides the user with a gauge to set the reveal of each shingle. The cutting blade attached to the hatchet is used to trim roofing felt & asphalt shingles. Head Weight: 15 oz Overall Length 12-3/4 (324mm) Ideal for installing shingles and other roofing material Blade ideal for cutting roofing materials AntiVibe technology minimizes vibration and shock at impact Exclusive rim temper reduces incidences of chipping or spalling Forged, one-piece steel construction for strength and durability Slip-resistant handle for a secure grip and comfort Precision balanced.
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Patented tuning fork design reduces harmful vibration that can cause wrist and arm injuries. Forged, one-piece steel construction for increased strength and durability. Rim temper reduces incidences of chipping or spalling. Ergonomically designed handle with rubber grip for increased comfort and performance.
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I own them all and use them frequently.
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I am retired, I love the outdoors and hiking so I joined an all volunteer trail building crew. (LTDC) We re-route or rehabilitate long distance hiking trails in the NY/NJ area. Our crew goes out every other weekend Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning in March ending mid December (weather permitting). We are a technical crew meaning we work primarily with rocks building steps and crib-walls. In the course of building steps we use lots of crush. Crush is gravel or crushed stone. We use crush under every step and for sustainable treadway. Well to get crush stone on the trail, we have to make it all by hand using hammers to break rocks. We break large rocks into smaller pieces using either a 6 or 8 lb. sledge. Then we break those pieces into smaller pieces usually using the 4 lb. mini sledge. We don’t want to always be using the larger hammers because when they strike, that impact disturbs the entire area and kicks pieces out. It’s hard swinging the big hammer and not make a mess. So we use lighter and lighter hammers to make the smaller and smaller sized crush we need . Every project needs crush and a lot of it. So all my hammers get a lot of use. I can say without a doubt that each and every one of these hammers has withstood the hardship of breaking a lot of rocks. I really have no favorites because I use every one depending on the size of crush I’m making. The Stanley FatMax line is terrific. The anti-vibration technology is working. No one ever complains about using these hammers and we all use them every day. I especially love the brick hammer for making the final layer of small crush. It is so perfectly balanced and just the right weight so I can easily snap the hammer down to crack most rocks without having the hammer disturb the surrounding treadway. And I can keep doing it without my arm getting tired. The Fiskars 4 lb. sledge has a nice long 14” handle, large strike face with strike shock and vibrations being absorbed with the IsoCore shock control system. I own other Fiskars products and know and trust their lifetime warranty.
We don’t always use all the hammers every day but we do use all of them on every project.
No complaints just happy happy. (longdistancetrailscrew. org)
So It’s a 5 star rating for each one of these hammers I highly recommend them all.