Estwing E3-32BP Ball Pein Hammer, Straight Nylon Vinyl Handle, 14 1/2", Steel 32 oz. Head, Blue, (Model: 268-E3-32BP)
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A great tool for mechanics.
Selected User Reviews For Estwing E3-32BP Ball Pein Hammer, Straight Nylon Vinyl Handle, 14 1/2", Steel 32 oz. Head, Blue, (Model: 268-E3-32BP)
It is completely out of balance! This is a hammer I have used for years and it is always great to use. I bought it to replace one that fell off a work site. On a square object, it is nearly impossible to strike anything square due to the twisting of the head and shank. As I am no longer satisfied with the quality of estwings, I will be running a prototype.
I love this hammer because it is strong and beautiful. It was a bent handle on the hammer I received that caused me to have problems. This product was shipped in good condition because of its packaging which leads me to believe it was shipped from the warehouse or from the seller. Having said that, it can still work fine after all, a hammer is just a hammer after all, but I was hoping to see a little better quality control either from the seller or manufacturer.
As soon as I opened the box and saw that it was not the right size I thought I ordered, I was disappointed. I kept it regardless of the fact that it was a 24oz instead of a 32oz. It still hits things exactly the same way.
It is a must-have for all your smashing needs if you are a fan of estwing!.
Fantastic. I waited far too long to get it. I can only imagine the power of that.
Some days you just need a HAMMER. These estwing hammers are very high quality, and at least as long as you don't use them as prybars, they should last a lifetime. Basically it does not shock and you can swing it all day until your arm becomes I am a small equipment and airtool mechanic, so a good mid weight hammer is one of the most important tools in my kit. This one serves me very well. These hammers are steadfast and durable despite being dropped off of boom lifts and thrown in the drink multiple times. They can chip concrete from tow behind mixers and peen hot rivets (which is no fun), as well as delicately tapping a pin into place. When it comes to buying a new hammer, you ought to go to Estwing. If you used it normally, you wouldn't break it. In fact, I dare you to break one. In reality, they are not that expensive when you consider you only have to buy one once, and if you somehow manage to break the head of the hammer, you can weld on a rivet buster piston in its place and you will get a nice lightweight doinker.
It is of high quality and built with.