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Wilton Tools 55416

Wilton Tools B.A.S.H Dead Blow Hammer Weight: 4 Lbs.

527-55416

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$65.99
Wilton Tools B.A.S.H Dead Blow Hammer Weight: 4 Lbs. $65.99
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B.A.S.H Dead Blow Hammer
  • Weight: 4 Lbs.
  • Head Material: Vulcanized Rubber
  • Handle Length: 16"
  • Face Diameter: 2-1/4"
  • Specifications:

    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    55416

    Wilton creates the highest quality, most indestructible tools on the market. They have managed to design and file patents for the world's most durable hammers with unbreakable handle technology, revolutionary design, and engineered no-slip rubber grip.

    Features:

  • Unbreakable Handle Technology - Steel core eliminates breaking during overstrikes
  • Ergonomic Handle - shaped and thickened for improved comfort and less vibration
  • No-Slip Grip - Vulcanized rubber handle for secure grip while striking
  • Lanyard Hole - Safely secure hammer to wrist or stationary object

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