|Item Weight||2.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.3 x 7.2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||TBM14RSC|
|Color||Silver and Black|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||All Stiletto Tool Co. products are warranted by Stiletto Tools, Inc. for one (1) year from the date of purchase against defects in workmanship and materials. Any product which is determined by Stiletto to be defective in material and workmanship and returned to Stiletto, shipping costs prepaid, will be, as the exclusive remedy, repaired or replaced, at Stiletto Tool Co's. option. This warranty covers normal usage and does not cover damage which occurs in shipment. Failure which results from alteration, accident, misuse, abuse, vandalism, neglect, or improper maintenance is not covered under this warranty. This warranty does not extend to any products which have been used in violation of written instructions, or to products which have been altered or modified. This warranty does not cover damage which results from unauthorized repairs, alterations or modifications.|
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Stiletto TBM14RSC TiBone Mini-14 ounce Replaceable Smooth Face Hammer with a Curved 16" Titanium Handle
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I have problems with my elbow a doctor told me it's similar to tennis elbow and I haven't had any problems with it so far but I haven't done any serious framing yet.
This is a great hammer it is very expensive but it is worth it if you use your hammer for a living.
So far I haven't had any problems with the face coming loose.
I've done some serious demolition and a little framing now, I love this hammer. If I was still using my estwing I would be waking up in the middle of the night tonight because my elbow would be hurting. I will sleep like a baby tonight. My elbow does still hurt a little but it is manageable.
I now say if you use your hammer for a living, buy a titanium hammer now, don't wait for health problems.
Best decision I ever made. The difference it made on my arm was amazing. I turned into a Stiletto preacher, lauding it to anyone who would listen because I was so grateful. I'm no longer afraid of my hammer.
Of course there are other benefits. It's super tough. Normally I sharpen the tines on my hammer a few times a year. It was well over a year before I noticed significant wear in the titanium. Replacable steel face is solid and shows no sign of loosening. The rubber grip is similarly durable. I love the side nail puller. I can pull spikes way faster than the guy next to me with a crow bar. You can't use the nails again, but who wants to. And it never rusts.
I wish Stiletto offered more than a one year warranty, but I doubt regular use could ever break this one.
And it is, of course, noticably lighter. I love passing it to people who've never held one before and see the look on their faces. They think it's going to feel like a maul, and instead it's a featherweight. I don't think it really drives just as fast as a 22 or 24oz hammer, but when it's this light, what does a couple extra hits matter. And it feels much more comfortable in the tool pouch.
It is expensive, but in my mind, worth it. The only funny thing was the packaging. I bought from Amazon, and the hammer got shipped in a three foot long box. The look on the border gaurds face was priceless when I brought it into Canada. "That's a hammer!" I think he was wondering what I needed such a long hammer for.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This hammer is top of the line! It is the best hammer to be swinging, especially if you may have ant type of ailment! Stiletto is as always top of the line!Published 18 months ago by Julie McDermott
Nice and light with plenty of drive, I was over carrying to much weight on my belt and bought this and have not looked back,
it has a bit of trouble drawing out small headed... Read more
I used my friends hammer a week ago and man I just fell in love. I own estwings 16, 20, and 22 oz. and also owned Stanley antivibe. Read morePublished on May 20, 2014 by MeRph1