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Rolson 10334 8 oz Tubular Steel Claw Hammer £3.13 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Rolson 10334 8 oz Tubular Steel Claw Hammer £3.13 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 10th May
Decent low price here for the claw hammer from Amazon - if you wanted one for your DIY needs and can't venture out due to the lockdown.


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Features
  • 8oz Tubular steel claw hammer
  • Polished head
  • Rubber grip
  • Weighs 227 gms

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Hope it helps someone.
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Just a note... It is only 8oz which is quite lightweight for a claw hammer tbh. A typical claw hammer is either 16oz (or for a burley builder 20oz). Good for tacks and panel pins but please don’t think this is going to knock 3” ring nails in too quickly. If you only have one hammer in your toolbox (and for general purpose use) I would spend the extra and get a 16oz claw hammer tbh. Good price for what it is though. Heat from me if you know what your getting.
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Ideal knocking stick good value
moh22310/05/2020 16:55

Nothing like a crass joke.


All i see is "nothing like a class joke"
Just a note... It is only 8oz which is quite lightweight for a claw hammer tbh. A typical claw hammer is either 16oz (or for a burley builder 20oz). Good for tacks and panel pins but please don’t think this is going to knock 3” ring nails in too quickly. If you only have one hammer in your toolbox (and for general purpose use) I would spend the extra and get a 16oz claw hammer tbh. Good price for what it is though. Heat from me if you know what your getting.
This is quite a light hammer, 16 -20oz is average, still good if you are after a lighter hammer.
SirazBhai10/05/2020 16:59

All i see is "nothing like a class joke"


I see it was deleted! - can't have been that classy
Toffee hammer, basically. Cheap though! Heat.
Please don't use the Claw to pull out any tough nails, seen the tubular steel shaft bend in half on these cheap hammers on more than one occasion.

I've had my Estwing 20oz Claw for 30 years now, I paid £16 for it from my first wage packet and I still have it and use it now. Admittedly they are £30 ish now but I'd call £1 a year pretty decent value and I have the bonus of knowing that it's not going to take my eye out by bending in half pulling out a nail....

That said if you only ever use a hammer to knock the odd picture hook in then for £3.13 you can't really go wrong
Edited by: "Uridium" 10th May
Uridium10/05/2020 19:00

Please don't use the Claw to pull out any tough nails, seen the tubular …Please don't use the Claw to pull out any tough nails, seen the tubular steel shaft bend in half on these cheap hammers on more than one occasion.I've had my Estwing 20oz Claw for 30 years now, I paid £16 for it from my first wage packet and I still have it and use it now. Admittedly they are £30 ish now but I'd call £1 a year pretty decent value and I have the bonus of knowing that it's not going to take my eye out by bending in half pulling out a nail....That said if you only ever use a hammer to knock the odd picture hook in then for £3.13 you can't really go wrong


Have to agree ref the tubular steel shaft, this is a cheap hammer, I woun't entertain this at all.
And a great tip for pulling out those nails: when you have a couple of cm’s or more out then bend the nail over quite a bit and feed the claw in from that side - it may feel counter-initiative because you feel the nail should be straight - the nail will come out so much easier. A final note from me... don’t ever hit two hammers together, the steel is hardened and could shatter with fragments going everywhere including your eyes, etc. That’s all from the Hammer House of hammer tips, next week we will be discussing the benefits of nails! Haha.
Buy a 20oz fiberglass shaft claw hammer made buy USA company Plumb.... OK they are around £25-30 but it will last a lifetime, bought my dad one 40 years ago, it had a good 25 years heavy use and still gets used regularly, it's as good as new.
STOP. hammer time
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