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Rolson 10019 Stubby Claw Hammer [Energy Class A] £1.80 Amazon (add on item / £20 spend)
Rolson 10019 Stubby Claw Hammer [Energy Class A] £1.80 Amazon  (add on item / £20 spend)

Rolson 10019 Stubby Claw Hammer [Energy Class A] £1.80 Amazon (add on item / £20 spend)

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Rolson offers a wide range of tools that are suitable from everyday use by the DIY enthusiast to on-the-job professionals. Our seal of approval allows you to feel confident that your chosen product has been manufactured to international standards, which comes well presented in the Rolson branded packaging. Rolson are constantly aiming to increase and improve their catalogue by introducing the most exciting, innovative and reliable products possible without compromising on their values of quality and safety.

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1 x Stubby Claw Hammer

10 Comments

It's Rolson......safe.... how safe for £1.80....just about, near enough to pass.....
Once had a cheapo hammer and the head came off and at speed....I don't buy cheapo now......keeping both eyes

I have the previous version, I don't like the handle on this one.
I always reach for this hammer in preference to longer ones as it is much easier to control.
Draper do a similar thing if you prefer a branded one

cburns

It's Rolson......safe.... how safe for £1.80....just about, near enough … It's Rolson......safe.... how safe for £1.80....just about, near enough to pass.....Once had a cheapo hammer and the head came off and at speed....I don't buy cheapo now......keeping both eyes



Not having a go but this is a stubby hammer; I can’t see you swinging it hard enough to do any damage

Energy class A??? surely that depends on the holder.

Heat just for the 'energy class A' comment X) X) X)

I have one and it's brilliant.
Highly recommended!!

Geemac

Not having a go but this is a stubby hammer; I can’t see you swinging i … Not having a go but this is a stubby hammer; I can’t see you swinging it hard enough to do any damage


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Exactly not sure what people are expecting, comes in handy for tight spots. Bloody lost mine, dont know why

CrazyBob

I have the previous version, I don't like the handle on this one.I always … I have the previous version, I don't like the handle on this one.I always reach for this hammer in preference to longer ones as it is much easier to control.Draper do a similar thing if you prefer a branded one



​Draper... Rolson... Both wilko/supermarket tool brands. At this price it's OK for a learners hammer. I guess it's better to spend this and get a hammer and free postage rather than paying Amazon for postage.

nipstyler

​Draper... Rolson... Both wilko/supermarket tool brands. At this price i … ​Draper... Rolson... Both wilko/supermarket tool brands. At this price it's OK for a learners hammer. I guess it's better to spend this and get a hammer and free postage rather than paying Amazon for postage.




I wouldn't put Draper in the same category as Rolson, even though they have DIY and Pro ranges that differ in quality. I normally don't buy hand tools unless they have Fatmax written on them but these stubby hammers have been so useful I wouldn't be without mine, even with a 'big boys' hammer by its side.

I've got a Ridgid tool
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