DeWalt Demo Hammer

Jul 19, 2017

Category: Gear

When the job duty transitions from construction into deconstruction, you best reach for the DeWalt Demo Hammer – outfitted to seek and destroy. From old nails and wood pilings to demolition-deserving dry wall, there aren’t a whole lot of materials the Demo Hammer can’t take on head first.

We say that because this handy tool boasts an oversized striking face as well as an enlarged claw curve for nail pulling, an extended claw for 2” x 4” board grabbing, and a long handle for proper demolition functionality. It’s also made from steel, features a head weight of 22 ounces, and an overall length of 16 inches. Whether you’re remodeling that starter home or demolishing bad memories, the DeWalt will certainly assist in getting the job done right. Available now.

Purchase: $30+

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