Wilton BASH Unbreakable Sledge Hammer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We constantly encounter demolition tools that claim they are the “unbreakable,” but many of these manufacturers are just blowing smoke. The team at Wilton is putting their money where the mouth is, backing their BASH Unbreakable Sledge Hammer with a $1,000 guarantee.

So how did Wilton develop an unbreakable sledge hammer? Each B.A.S.H. (Bad Ass Sledge Hammer) has been outfitted with a steel core that completely eliminates breaking during overstrikes, and that’s not the only worthwhile feature on this bad boy. Outfitted with a no-slip vulcanized rubber handle, and anti-vibe neck, the BASH is as comfortable as it is capable. A lanyard hole ensures you can safely secure the hammer to your wrist, and a safety plate ensures the drop forged 46 HRC steel head won’t dislodge during use. When you’re all done swinging away, or just ready to take a break, stand the hammer upright on the head’s flat end. What more could you ask for? [Purchase]

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