Wilton BASH Ball Pein Hammer

Feb 9, 2015

Category: Gear

The simple hammer is one of the most rock-solid, heavy-duty, powerful tools man has ever created. So when we hear about a hammer with an unbreakable handle, our minds begin to wonder: What kind of crushing chaos is this thing capable of withstanding?

Wilton’s B.A.S.H Ball Pein Hammer features the company’s patented Unbreakable technology, using spring steel rods throughout the hammer to allow for maximum abuse with minimal wear and tear. It features a safety plate to prevent the head from dislodging, an Anti-Vibe Neck with a tapered design to eliminate vibrations, a no-slip grip made from vulcanized rubber, and a lanyard hole to safely secure the hammer to your wrist. The B.A.S.H Ball Pein Hammer’s head is 24 oz. and the whole thing itself is 14 inches long. [Purchase]

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