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Made from durable, lightweight, metal construction, this Stalwart Stubby Claw 8 Ounce Hammer gives you the precision and control you need for a wide range of jobs! The high-strength fiberglass handle includes a comfortable cushion grip for added accuracy and helps to absorb shock, while the curved claw helps provide needed leverage for removing nails. The ideal compact tool for small jobs, house repair, home improvement, do-it-yourself projects, minor maintenance, this is an essential addition to your home tool kit collection. IMPORTANT: Avoid buying counterfeit products and transacting with unauthorized sellers. Look for our logo on the packaging for every one of our products. Stalwart is committed to providing the consumer with the absolute best price and value on our entire line of products, which we ensure by applying a rigorous Quality Control process.
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This is a great little hammer!
I wanted a hammer for myself to hang up pictures or whatever I needed to do in the house. Looking at the various hammers I saw this and couldn't resist. It is the perfect size for my hand. It is just the right weight too. It is not so heavy that it is hard to hold and use but definitely has weight behind it to drive a nail. This is perfect!KatC
I love the handgrip, the size and the weightiness of this hammer. It is small but substantial. I wanted a small hammer for my kitchen tool drawer. I keep a few tools there so they will be handy. I've used it several times already.SavvyShopperAlso
Very Useful Hammer
I am happy with this hammer. It has helped with several projects. I had been concerned it might be too light-weight, but I've been surprised at how useful it has been and I love its small size for storage. It comes with directions (for a hammer?) and the broken English is worth a laugh and a half; e.g., "This magnetic hammer can suck a nail when using."Betsy