|Item Weight||1.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13.1 x 3.7 x 2.6 inches|
|Item model number||3165|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Warranty Description||Always Guaranteed: email@example.com|
TEKTON 3165 16-oz. White Rubber Mallet
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There's enough weight to this mallet to give the heft you need yet the rubber cushions the surface you're hitting. Definitely non-marring. I like the covered handle too, in case your dainty little hands might get blisters; good grip. Fits both a woman's and a man's hand.
I used this mallet exactly one time before the rubber head completely detached from the handle. No abuse or anything -- I only used it to tap my wrench to tighten and loosen the bolts on my tires and brakes on my car. The first time I used it, I thought it would be one of my favorite new tools. The second time I used it, which was only a few days later, I nearly damaged my car and the rubber head almost bounced back and hit me. I love Amazon, and I have placed 61 orders for hundreds of items THIS YEAR ALONE, but I cannot leave a positive review for this rubber mallet. It was a good price under $9 (nine) bucks with Prime shipping and it had a couple 5 star reviews when I bought it, but it really is not worth more than whatever you would pay to use it exactly one time.
Edited a couple of weeks later: I didn't try to epoxy the head on the handle because I didn't think I could get enough epoxy in to form a good joint. Even if I did get some on, I felt that the constant banging would surely cause the joint to fail. So, I just lived with the head sliding off and pushing it back in place. Finally, the head wouldn't stay on very well and I still had about 1/4 of the flooring to lay. I made a truly 5 minute fix by drilling a small hole in the handle below the head and threading a tie-wrap through the hole and around the side of the head. A fastener through the head and handle would have been harder to do and might have scratched my floor when I put the hammer down. All in all, I still think the hammer was a good buy. I didn't find anything similar at my big box hardware store for anywhere near this price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good mallet for the price. It's held up well over a couple of years. Simple and effective. No downsides that I can think of.Published 12 months ago by Bruce
This is good for hitting stuff.
This was a replacement for a mallet that had its wooden handle snap.
Got this one for my wife, she uses a lot of pvc pipe to make kitty beds and the first time (and subsequent times) she hit a piece of pipe to seat it into a fitting, chunks of the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Oregon Pilot
This mallet is very well made and looks like it will wear well in normal usage. I like the metal handlePublished on January 20, 2014 by buster prater
it seems to be just fine so just not sure what more i can tell you built well as far as I can tellPublished on January 17, 2014 by NW Washington
I bought this Mallet for camping. After 5 uses in one summer the rubber head detached itself from the handle.Published on September 20, 2013 by Roderick W Perendy
Handy and easy to use for adding power to hand wood carving tools. Good for light work. Good value for the price.Published on July 30, 2013 by Sheila E. Ballou
Most rubber mallets are black and often leave dark marks on that which is hit, but this white mallet does not leave any marks. It is an an exceptional value for the money.Published on May 21, 2013 by RWoodB