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20oz Hickory Handle Claw Hammer £2.35 @ Screwfix
20oz Hickory Handle Claw Hammer £2.35 @ Screwfix

20oz Hickory Handle Claw Hammer £2.35 @ Screwfix

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Was £5.49 now £2.35

Much better than the tubular steel handle hammers.

20oz (0.57kg).
High quality, great value with fully polished head.
Drop-Forged Steel
2-Piece Construction
Hickory Handle


Available in store or free delivery on orders over £50,
you can buy Screwfix vouchers (to take orders over £50) and use them for future buys,
otherwise £5 delivery.

16 Comments

Original Poster

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24oz hammer for £2.50

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Make sure you soak the head for 4 hours or so before you use it so that the wood at the head expands as much as possible.

It is important to repeat this process from time to time or else the head could become loose and come off.

The only tool a real DIY'er ever needs

Original Poster

cannyscot;2261547

Make sure you soak the head for 4 hours or so before you use it so that … Make sure you soak the head for 4 hours or so before you use it so that the wood at the head expands as much as possible.It is important to repeat this process from time to time or else the head could become loose and come off.




er, yes............ and individually wet n dry, then oil all ya nails :roll:

and don't forget the P+P

Geemac;2261613

and don't forget the P+P



They've loads of stores you can go to now, save on't postage.

Original Poster

Geemac;2261613

and don't forget the P+P




arrrrre you canny........are you canny..........are you canny in disguise

...............are you cannyscot in disguise :lazy: :lazy:

johnnyshuttle;2261649

They've loads of stores you can go to now, save on't postage.



Not near me they don’t, but I don’t give monkeys about that. I’m just fed up with people posting deals without the P+P in the title.:p

owlass;2261696

arrrrre you canny........are you canny..........are you canny in … arrrrre you canny........are you canny..........are you canny in disguise...............are you cannyscot in disguise :lazy: :lazy:



A not so canny scot:oops:

Original Poster

Geemac;2261714

Not near me they don’t, but I don’t give monkeys about that. I’m just fed … Not near me they don’t, but I don’t give monkeys about that. I’m just fed up with people posting deals without the P+P in the title.:p




Really
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You don't need to include it if it's available in store, but i did in the op :roll:

owlass;2261729

Really]http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/171460/3-in-1-empty-aluminium-tool-box-set/You don't need to include it if it's available in store, but i did in the op :roll:



@ that time I was unaware B&Q did mail order:oops:

I’m not having a go at you; I have taken advantage of @ least 2 of your deals and was very happy to pay the P+P

Personally I would like to see P+P added to the title, and the price without P+P above the go to deal button

Guess how much a hammer costs in Poundland ;-)

Banned

pot_belly;2262305

Guess how much a hammer costs in Poundland ;-)



BUT, does it have a genuine "Hickory Handle"?..what ever difference that makes when you are bashing a nail, i don't know...but i guess a DIY freak will be along shortly to give the low down :whistling:

LongDongDave;2262621

BUT, does it have a genuine "Hickory Handle"?..what ever difference that … BUT, does it have a genuine "Hickory Handle"?..what ever difference that makes when you are bashing a nail, i don't know...but i guess a DIY freak will be along shortly to give the low down :whistling:


Enter the DIY freak

Hickory is the hardest, heaviest, and strongest American wood in common use. Its name is an English contraction of its Indian name powcohicora.
Whereas various parts of the world had supported hickory during the countless geologic ages, practically nowhere but in eastern North American did it survive the catastrophic changes of the Glacial Epoch, some 50 million years ago. Thus, it's the first and foremost strictly American tree.
Westward trekking pioneers allegedly made hickory a prerequisite for their wagon wheels.[SIZE=4]
[COLOR=#000000]Color:[/COLOR][/SIZE][COLOR=#000000][SIZE=2] White to tan to reddish-brown with inconspicuous fine brown lines.
[/SIZE][SIZE=4]Pattern:[/SIZE][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][SIZE=2] Fine grain.
[/SIZE][SIZE=4]Characteristics:[/SIZE][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][SIZE=2] [SIZE=3]Extremely tough and resilient, even textured, quite hard, and only moderately heavy. Exceedingly high resistance to shock.[/SIZE]
[/SIZE][/COLOR]
[COLOR=#000000][SIZE=2]In other words you can knock the bejasus out of your nails and the handle will not break and because of the closeness of the grain you won't get a jarring along the shaft of the hammer.[/SIZE][/COLOR]
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[COLOR=#000000][SIZE=2]Hope this helps.
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pot_belly;2262305

Guess how much a hammer costs in Poundland ;-)




LMAO, i don't buy the whole hickory handle thing either.

I'm a builder and have bashed the shyte out of various ****** and good hammers alike, and I don't think I've ever broken any yet or had a jarred wrist from using metal ones either.

Probably a good deal though if wood's your thing.

pot_belly;2262305

Guess how much a hammer costs in Poundland ;-)



£1.95?
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