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STANLEY STHT0-51310 20oz Fiberglass Curved Claw Hammer £7.59 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon
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STANLEY STHT0-51310 20oz Fiberglass Curved Claw Hammer £7.59 + £4.49 NP @ Amazon

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Posted 12th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

  • Fiberglass core for strength and durability
  • Improved overstrike protection for longer life
  • Enhanced bi-material grip
  • Peel resistant for longer life
  • Claw for prying and Nail removal
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kkthomask12/01/2020 07:10

may be a great deal for some- £1 in poundland- same function ha ha


You've hit the nail on the head there!
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may be a great deal for some- £1 in poundland- same function ha ha
kkthomask12/01/2020 07:10

may be a great deal for some- £1 in poundland- same function ha ha


You've hit the nail on the head there!
Good price, good quality

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Overstrike protection? Peel resistant? I never knew hammers were so complicated.
Poundland hammer £2.
I prefer a proper wooden handle. Fibre glass ones appear to vibrate!
kkthomask12/01/2020 07:10

may be a great deal for some- £1 in poundland- same function ha ha


These hammers are quality, reduced vibration, the right weighting and just a pleasure to use.

If you do a lot of maintenance then these are the right thing to buy
ianwynneuk12/01/2020 11:03

These hammers are quality, reduced vibration, the right weighting and just …These hammers are quality, reduced vibration, the right weighting and just a pleasure to use.If you do a lot of maintenance then these are the right thing to buy


Thanks dude. I understand that. i am not a DIY person as a lot of other people in this forum. Voted hot any way.
kkthomask12/01/2020 11:05

Thanks dude. I understand that. i am not a DIY person as a lot of other …Thanks dude. I understand that. i am not a DIY person as a lot of other people in this forum. Voted hot any way.


Me too, and bought a 2nd one, they’re that good
Great price! I’ve had this exact hammer for over 10 years as a DIY’er having originally been introduced to it on site as a labourer many years ago. I’d highly recommend it, despite not being a Stanley fan for a lot of other tools.

Great find @hotdealer
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