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Stanley FatMax High Velocity Hammer £17.98 @ CPC inc delivery - £37.75 elsewhere

£17.98 @ CPC Farnell
Professional High Velocity hammer. This 14oz hammer is capable of delivering the strike force of a 28oz hammer reducing storage space and carrying weight. Light weight leading to less user fatigue 7… Read More
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Professional High Velocity hammer. This 14oz hammer is capable of delivering the strike force of a 28oz hammer reducing storage space and carrying weight.
Light weight leading to less user fatigue
75% larger strike face than standard hammers
Faster and more accurate nailing due to reduced weight and larger strike face
Magnetic nail starter built into head
100% steel construction for strength and durability
Firm grip handle with breathing holes
Length: 370mm
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#1
Is it any better than aluminium baseball bat?
3 Likes #2
7777777
Is it any better than aluminium baseball bat?

https://s18.postimg.io/8biqoeekp/warriors5.gif
#3
You need to buy hammers from the physical shop otherwise you can test swing them.
7 Likes #4
gr1340
You need to buy hammers from the physical shop otherwise you can test swing them.
or the exact opposite
#5
VR shopping obviously

Edited By: jamhops on Sep 13, 2016 21:35: Spelling
3 Likes #6
Wadadli_Cooler

This 14oz hammer is capable of delivering the strike force of a 28oz hammer
Lol
Estwing
end thread.
2 Likes #7
Types in 'velicity' into google image search to find out what all the fuss is about.
#8
Prefer medium velocity hammers myself
3 Likes #9
alltaken123
Types in 'velicity' into google image search to find out what all the fuss is about.
I think she was in the GOOD LIFE
2 Likes #10
Ooh I see what you mean. Not really family viewing for hammering!

Edited By: biggysilly on Sep 13, 2016 21:51
4 Likes #11
first is the wrong picture,second it does contradicts the laws of physics(check mass and speed on earth),third it's an overpriced hammer(blame the marketing team),fourth probably I will buy one(I like hammers) (_;)
#12
Isn't FatMax just a new and improved Daz? or a twin turbo Gillette?
#13
this hammer makes me feel more of a man, might get one
3 Likes #14
MBeeching
7777777
Is it any better than aluminium baseball bat?
https://s18.postimg.io/8biqoeekp/warriors5.gif

If anyone is interested that clip above is taken from the 1979 film The Warriors. For anyone that isn't interested I apologise for my nerdiness (which isn't a valid word anyway so I guess it's a way of apologising but not)
1 Like #15
Gonz
Isn't FatMax just a new and improved Daz? or a twin turbo Gillette?

Its what stanley used to be, until they turned their normal range into cheap chinese crap.
#16
http://cpc.farnell.com/productimages/standard/en_GB/TL17935-500.jpg
Oh dear. Bad photo of a good hammer being used wrong.


Edited By: VSUKWizard on Sep 13, 2016 22:32
1 Like #17
VSUKWizard
http://cpc.farnell.com/productimages/standard/en_GB/TL17935-500.jpg
Oh dear. Bad photo of a good hammer being used wrong.



Out of interest... What's wrong with it?
3 Likes #18
Thanks

https://jonoliver.github.io/command-and-conquer/img/homer_hammer.gif
3 Likes #19
crazycyp
first is the wrong picture,second it does contradicts the laws of physics(check mass and speed on earth),third it's an overpriced hammer(blame the marketing team),fourth probably I will buy one(I like hammers) (_;)

How does it contradict physics?
From my understanding, it is slightly longer than your average hammer.
Longer handle = a larger radius.
A larger radius will generate a greater linear velocity
This increased velocity combined with the lower mass will give a value approximately equal to the force applied by a hammer with a greater mass.

Or the fact that they have just reduced mass from the handle itself making it easier to swing... again increasing the velocity.. increased force.

Edited By: Jetpac on Sep 14, 2016 00:05: typo
1 Like #20
I have this hammer and it's true that it is light and hits harder than a traditional design. It's light to use - and hang off your belt.

It is the best hammer I've used, and I've gone through a few. My first with a straight claw, and I now prefer this design for first fix and general use.
#21
Hi all, please could we expire - we have now cleared out of stock.

Thanks! :)
#22
As a heads up, it looks like we have already sold more than we have available - so we will likely have to send a few cancellation emails out.

We are really sorry, we try to head off these types of issues before we need to cancel orders but this one beat us.
#23
Hammertime

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