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$179.00 list($194.95)
1. Stiletto TB15MC-SR TiBone 15-Ounce
$179.00 list($219.99)
2. Stiletto TB15MS-SR TiBone 15-Ounce
$69.99 $64.99 list($81.73)
3. Stiletto T114MC Titanium, Milled
$54.99 list($59.99)
4. Stiletto FH10-C 10-Ounce Titanium
$69.99 list($78.99)
5. Stiletto T114SC Titanium, Smooth
$49.99 list($49.95)
6. Stiletto TICLW12 ClawBar Titanium
$69.99 list($80.36)
7. Stiletto T114SS Titanium, Smooth
$189.99 list($219.99)
8. Stiletto TB15SS TiBone 15-Ounce
$34.99 list($39.99)
9. Stiletto TB-MR TiBone Replacement
$34.99 list($39.99)
10. Stiletto TB-SR TiBone Replacement
$69.99 $64.99 list($77.61)
11. Stiletto T114MS Titanium, Milled
$101.95
12. Stiletto TI14SS-E Titanium, Smooth
$249.95
13. Stiletto TB15MS TiBone: Solid
$249.95
14. Stiletto TB15SS TiBone: Solid
$11.75
15. Stiletto STLHDL-C Curved Replacement
$56.95
16. Stiletto DW10TI 10oz Dry Wall
$249.95
17. Stiletto TB15MC TiBone: Solid
$12.95
18. Stiletto AG102 Handle Wrap
$104.95
19. Stiletto TI14MC-A Titanium, Milled
$101.95
20. Stiletto TI16MS Titan 16oz: Musclehead

1. Stiletto TB15MC-SR TiBone 15-Ounce Titanium Milled-Face Hammer (Curved Handle)
list price: $194.95
our price: $179.00
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Asin: B00006RGKZ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 1001
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Curved handle
  • 15-ounce titanium head has the driving force of 24-ounce steel
  • Convenient magnetic nail starter saves your fingers from abuse
  • Light enough to work with all day
  • Rugged construction makes it extremely durable

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars The REAL hammer
My first titanium hammer mushroomed out.The second with it's supposed "steel face" mushroomed too.I said:"why not" and broke down for the big money.My friends you won't be dissapointed with this hammer.I consider myself an expert nail pounder and this thing is great on framing and formwork.The switchable steel drivers are a boon to the industry.A truly pro. hammer.

5-0 out of 5 stars not quite sure
Ive heard the ti-bone is one bad rig...My Hart rig is begining to take a toll on my wrist and fingers...Is the ti-bone worth the investment?...All question's no one can answer for me...I dont know anyone who owns one, I cant take a swing to see if its going to make a difference...Please someone, give me some advice....It looks so appealing.

5-0 out of 5 stars The perfect blend
I bought this hammer after having used a wooden handled titanium
hammer for about 3 years. This hammer is slightly heavier than the wooden handled models but still lighter than the 21 oz. and 24 oz. hammers that I had used before the titaniums. This gives it a bit of an advantage in actual nail beating over the wooden handled titaniums. But it still is light enough to efficently drive nails in tight spots which is one of the advantages of the light hammers that I never hear anyone talk about. The only knock against this hammer that I can see is the open head doesn't allow you to drive nails with the head sideways like you would have to do in really tight spots. I guess thats what I've got one of those air palm nailers for. Some would say that the price is a knock but if you make a living with your hammer, not to mention that this hammer should last forever I'd say it's worth it.

5-0 out of 5 stars This hammer is the best!
I first had my hands on this hammer two weeks ago. I was nailing some 2x6s to a I beam when this o`boy said to try this hammer of mine and see what you think. so i did and i feel in love the first swing. I did`nt want to give it back to him. The nail set worked so good that i had to use it all the time. I tell you it is the best. GET ONE FOR YOURSELF YOU WILL LOVE IT TOO! ... Read more


2. Stiletto TB15MS-SR TiBone 15-Ounce Titanium Hammer (Straight Handle)
list price: $219.99
our price: $179.00
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Asin: B00006K158
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 2007
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Oh, baby. Now this is a hammer. A magnificent 17 inches from head to toe, this tool with its ergonomic, patent-pending handle just begs to be gripped. The wallop you deliver with this beauty is easily on par with that of a 24-ounce steel hammer, but you'll be swinging this one long after everybody else gives up. Titanium is the key--lightweight, but virtually indestructible. A twist of the Allen wrench, and you can change out the milled waffle head for a smooth face, but either way, the magnetic nail starter will come in handy. Okay, yes, that's three digits between the dollar sign and the decimal point, but in this case, you get what you pay for. This hammer's primo. Use it and you'll toss the rest. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Extreme durability
  • 15-ounce titanium head has the driving force of 24-ounce steel
  • Convenient magnetic nail starter saves your fingers from abuse
  • Light enough to work with all day
  • Rugged construction makes it extremely durable

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars What A Hammer
This is by far the best hammer on the market and it is so easy to swing it. I can swing and use it all day and my arm never gets tired. I have many other hammers i could use at work but i always make sure that this one is in my toolbelt and the only one i reach for now i highly recomend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars the only hammer to own if you are a pro
I've been a pro carpenter for more than 20 years. I have had scads of hammers over those years from estwing (ouch my elbow) to 32 oz. vaugns to all sorts of other designs. Since i have gotten the tibone, there will never be another hammer for me. I am ordering another one today for some one on my crew and that will make three in our company. Others will get them too I am sure.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellant hammer
If you make your living framing this is the hammer to have. I like the all metal frame becuase you can pull nails and pry stuff apart without breaking the handle. I had a Stilleto wood handle but if you pull nails or pry very much the wood handle will eventually break. I know it costs a lot but I think it is worth it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Boss of All
This is one excellent piece of work. It is very high dollar but I bit the bullet because of some wrist and hand problems I started to have. SInce this is my livlehood and I have a family to support, I could not afford to come down with any career threatening injuries, ones that I could realistically avoid anyway. I have the yelow handle, ax style version and I love it. This company needs to make a smaller version for remolding but I'm in to them now with this one and won't be buying anymore hammers EVER. The price is the one reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars but if you can "swing it", this hammer is worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars I Love This Hammer
I realize most people wouldn't buy this hammer because of it's cost. I got mine as a gift. After using it for the last few months, I would buy one in a heartbeat. I have read a few people talk about the hammer being as expensive as a nailgun and that is true. Everyone has their priorities though. Mine happens to be staying healthy and this hammer will help. I would like my body to age well :-)

I can justify this hammer a million ways. Here is what I love about the hammer for those who are reading this review to find out about the hammer and not my justifications.

1) It's light. I don't have extra weight in my nail bags. I was amazed at how much lighter my bags felt. I used a 24oz Dalluge axe handled hammer that I loved. I don't get tired hand nailing. My wrist never hurts and neither does my elbow.
2)The grip is very comfortable. I had ordered the axe handled version but got the straight handle by accident. I'm glad I got it. I love this handle better.
3)Length of the hammer. I like a hammer that is "taller". I've heard that Stilleto is coming out with a "shorter" version, but I like the length of this hammer
4)You can replace the face. You can replace the face when it gets worn or you can put a smooth face on it.
5)Won't break any handles.

I love this hammer. You will NOT regret buying this hammer.

By the way, I can still sink a 16d in one strike, so don't let anyone tell you a light hammer is for girls or that it can't drive as well as a heavier hammer. I would last longer against a guy with a heavy hammer and still sink 'em in one. ... Read more


3. Stiletto T114MC Titanium, Milled Face, Curved Handle Framing Hammer
list price: $81.73
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00002265Y
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 195
Average Customer Review: 4.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you're used to a standard 16-ounce claw hammer, this lightweight titanium hammer from Stilletto will make you feel like Popeye after he's had his can of spinach. This beauty has a graceful curve in its hickory handle that's ergonomically better for swinging--a small modification that makes a gigantic difference. It weighs only 14 ounces, but it drives like the big boys. We liked the magnetized nail groove, because it helps prevent hitting fingernails. The manufacturer says this is the world's first titanium-head hammer, and if that's true, there are sure to be copycats. The only word of caution: titanium has a million merits, but be aware that it will spark if chipped. --Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more

Features

  • Weighs 14 ounces
  • Titanium head
  • Magnetized nail head groove
  • Ergonomic hickory handle

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars I'd be lost without it
I spent all day today, by myself, framing a one-story house. I left the Senco air powered nailer in the truck and just used the Stiletto. I wanted to see if this Titanium hammer would ease the burden on my tennis elbow (framers elbow?). It took me about a half hour to get used to this baby, and I switched off with a 24 oz steel framer for a while and came right back to the Stilleto. No contest. The steel framer went back in the toolbox. The Stiletto gave me no elbow pain; just easy driving of those 16d sinkers all day long. If you make your living driving nails, or even just have the need to drive a lot of them, check out this hammer.

5-0 out of 5 stars at 14oz. hammer feels to light, but works like a Dream!
When I first saw this hammer the look on my face must have said volumes, I thought, "gee nice looking hammer, but what is it good for, it is so light I can't imagine having to actually pound nails with it". My partner smiled and said give it a try, then make your decision. After the first hour of using the Stilleto Titanium framing hammer I was impressed, at the end of the first day I wouldn't give it up at any price. I still don't know how it works, but I can drive 16's as fast (by the 2nd. half of the day, actually faster) than I could with the 24oz. Hart California Framer that I had used prior to the Stilleto. The real advantage in my opinion, is the reduction in stress upon the users elbow joint due to the much lighter weight of the hammer. The only draw back that I have noticed in the 1 yr. that I have been using the Stilleto is that the titanium rip claws tend to develope nicks when using them to pull bent nails, also using the hammer against hardened steel tools like pullers and ripping bars quickly dulls the milled face (however the face checkering was never as pronounced as the Hart or Death Stick framers). The nail set magnet and seat work exceptionally well for setting 8d and up nails in top plates or other hard to reach areas. All in all I wouldn't use any other hammer for day to day framing, but keep your old heavy weight framer for demolition work.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good hammer
I bought this hammer a little while back. I work on a construction crew, and do numberous odd jobs. I do like this hammer a lot. It's very light, which is great for not weighing down my toolbelt. It also does not put much stress on my elbow. I was using a heavier hammer, and I could start to feel a twinge in my tendons. The long handle is great, especially since I am not too tall. The nail set is great again to extend my reach. I haven't had any problems pulling nails, even the old rusty ones. I think my next hammer might be a Dalluge. They are 16 ounces, so it doesn't require quite as much effort to drive them home.

5-0 out of 5 stars speed hammering with the stiletto
i was workng at a boy scout camp replacing the whole roof on a small latrine the roof was 12' by 8' arched and we replaced all the plywood and stuff it was great using this hammer i was so much faster nailing things down than all the other scouts. it took 3 hits to put in like 3inch nails for the plywood and not even one full power hit to put in the shingles nails it was great

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Hammer I've Ever Swung.
I was a loyal Estwing user, I have owned 3 28oz Framers and 1 of the 20oz long handle hammers. Now I just keep one 28oz in the truck for demolition, but the Stiletto stays with me at all times. I have broken my right wrist twice and used to switch hands when it would get sore, but the first day I used this hammer I didn't have to switch once. Don't let the 14oz weight fool you, I am driving nails faster than ever with this. Highly Recommend. ... Read more


4. Stiletto FH10-C 10-Ounce Titanium Finish Hammer
list price: $59.99
our price: $54.99
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Asin: B00006JKX6
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 636
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Curved claw handle
  • Less recoil shock than steel
  • Driving power of a 16-ounce steel hammer
  • 10-ounce Ruger titanium head

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow!
This is the ultimate hammer. I own three of these. There's no hammering job they can't do.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet
Light, compact, comfortable, balanced. A true craftsmans tool.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great tool!
I recently purchased this hammer after swinging estwings for the pase 20 years.Recently diagnosed with tendonitus I was looking for a light, shock absorbing hammer to replace my old blue handled classic.I first tried the stiletto framing hammer but found it too bulky and long ,but this little trim model is just great. Over the last week we framed a large hip roof doing all the nailing by hand.While I admit that driving a 12d sinker requires an extra tap or two it is well worth the weight I no longer carry.These days I do most of my work with air tools but will always have a hammer by my side, and from now on this little stiletto wil be the one.

5-0 out of 5 stars What a difference
Ive only been using this hammer for about two weeks. I am a finish carpenter and was looking for something to help my tennis elbow. This hammer is amazing. Guys think it's funny until they try it. My elbow already feels better and the curved handle is great. The down side so far it that the face marks easily when you use a nailset. I plan to do some framing soon and I will probably get a Titanium framing hammer. ... Read more


5. Stiletto T114SC Titanium, Smooth Face, Curved Handle Framing Hammer
list price: $78.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B000022661
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 492
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 14 oz. smooth face, curved handle
  • Titanium head
  • Magnetized nail head groove
  • Ergonomic Hickory Handle

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars a every day hammer
If i am doinging demo or finish.this is the only hammer i use .the contoly is not matched by any other .i my self,cut a couple of inches out of the handle.the magnet on the top is also great for picking things up that you have droped in hard to reach places. I have had mine for couple of years and have not broken a handle yet.the in side radis is great foe rounding over corner.stillrto is the only thing i swing

1-0 out of 5 stars GET THIS HAMMER OFF MY THUMB
When i heard about the smooth faced, titanium platformed, double sided duel X head, with a curved handle and a seal of approvel by the H.A.H.A (Hardware assocation hammer analysist) i told my friend ted, I HAVE TO GET THIS, but once i got home from thet there local hardware store and tried it out on my newest project, a fence to keep them cows from running around loosy goosy all day long, the 25 oz. proved to be to light for my liking and then i smacked my thumb so hard boy golly did it hurt, ma came out to have a look see and them scientific doctors had another look see, they be saying i got myself a broken thumb and now i had to stop building my fence so them cows are just all over them place. 25 oz. is just crazy back in the day they would be at least a 36 oz. what were they thinking?

3-0 out of 5 stars Had to try it!
After hearing the titanium hype for over a year, I had to get one. After using it for a couple of months, I havn't had any problems. It still takes a few more hits to drive larger nails. I like my 25oz. steel hammer for heavy framing. I like using the Stilletto for white pine and sheet goods. It sure is a conversation piece on the job sites, but probably not worth the extra money(at least to me).

4-0 out of 5 stars Fun to Swing
After using this hammer every day for a few weeks, I don't ever want to pick up that famous blue handled hammer I used to swing! Despite the handle coming loose soon after I started using it, I still wouldn't give it up. (A quick call to the manufacturer and a new handle was on its way at no cost to me) The magnetic slot to start nails with is the envy of the rest of the crew at work. I thought it was kinda gimmicky at first but not anymore. This is a great product. I hope you find the review helpful in making the pricey investment. ... Read more


6. Stiletto TICLW12 ClawBar Titanium Nail Puller
list price: $49.95
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000T4VAG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 498
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Features

  • Comfortable to hold
  • Lightweight solid titanium
  • Super strong prying power
  • Less recoil shock than steel bars
  • Lighten up your bags

7. Stiletto T114SS Titanium, Smooth Face, Straight Handle Framing Hammer
list price: $80.36
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B000022662
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 3899
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Ergonomic 18" Hickory handle
  • 14-ounce straight handle, Titanium head hammer
  • Driving power of a 24-ounce steel hammer with less recoil shock
  • Magnetized groove holds the head while you set it
  • Straight claw style, smooth driving face

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Lightweight Hammer
I recently re-ordered this hammer (my first one rode home with someone I don't know). I liked that one so much, I had to get another. I am a west coast Union carpenter, and Ti hammers are seen more and more often on job sites these days. I had to go back to an old 25 oz. hammer after my last Stilletto was stolen, and WOW, what a difference! I chose this hammer for many reasons, but here are a few you might consider: 1) it's light weight will save your body from wear and tear, 2) the smooth face, combined with the weight allow this hammer to be used for finish work, as well as framing (and it won't mash your fingers), 3) that magnetic nail holder comes in very handy and 4)I mean, come on, Titanium...it's just so cool. The only drawback to this hammer is it's tendency to ring like a tuning fork. You might find yourself reaching for earplugs if you don't already wear them. Other than that, it's simply a shame to think that you'll be using this beautiful tool in a manner that will (hopefully after many, many years) leave it worn and scarred. But when that time comes, at least you'll still be able to move your arm without pain.

5-0 out of 5 stars the best tool on my tool belt
i have used this hammer for over a year now . it is the best hammer i have ever used . after a long day of driving 16d sinkers my hands don't ack all night long . i have the poly/fiberglass handle on my big nail driver.

1-0 out of 5 stars Weightless
Found the hammer head to be way too light, causing discomfortthroughout my arm from any extended nail driving. Purchased a 21OZmilled faced framing hammer at same time and found it to be completely satisfactory. ... Read more


8. Stiletto TB15SS TiBone 15-Ounce Smooth Face Titanium Hammer, Straight Handle
list price: $219.99
our price: $189.99
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Asin: B00008ZGTI
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 4551
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Features

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  • 15-ounce titanium head has the driving force of 24-ounce steel
  • Convenient magnetic nail starter saves your fingers from abuse
  • Light enough to work with all day
  • Rugged construction makes it extremely durable

9. Stiletto TB-MR TiBone Replacement Milled Face Kit
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00008Z9ZA
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 7881
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Features

  • Accessory to TiBone hammer.

10. Stiletto TB-SR TiBone Replacement Smooth Face Kit
list price: $39.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00006JKX5
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 10313
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Features

  • Accessory to TiBone hammer

11. Stiletto T114MS Titanium, Milled Face, Straight Handle Framing Hammer
list price: $77.61
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00002265Z
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto
Sales Rank: 5669
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 14oz milled face, straight handle
  • Titanium head
  • Magnetized nail head groove
  • Ergonomic Hickory Handle

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Equally good and Equally bad
The last company I worked for had several guys that were hard core Stiletto believers. The weight of the titanium is awesome. It allows anyone to drive nails all day long without getting a tired arm, and tennis elbow in the long run. However, the handles are usually junk. One guy went through 2 Stiletto handles in 2 weeks, then finally got a Craftsman handle. The Craftsman never broke on him. I recommend buying a different handle right off, or drilling a hole through the top of the handle and packing a rod (steel or metal) into the hole so the rod goes past the base of the Titanium head where the handles normally break. The way it appears with all the Titanium wood handle Stiletto hammers they are either a really good hammer, or they are junk and break. BTW pulling nails with Stiletto hammers voids the warranty. They recommend a nail puller to pull ALL nails. Spend the extra $130 and get the solid Titanium Stiletto. You won't regret it and it will last forever.

1-0 out of 5 stars A poor imitation
The hammer that I purchased is a casting, and not a forged hammer head that I thought I was going to receive. As a result one claw broke off on the first nail that I tried to pull. It certainly is not worth the price! Steer away from this one, if you expect to use it for more than a wall decoration. Doesn't anyone make a forged titanium hammer?

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice for worn out arms
For those unfortunate enough to have some form of repetitive stress injury (for example, tennis/framers elbow) this hammer is excellent. Due to the highly ductal quality of titanium, there's less rebound--transferring more power to the nail--so the hammer drives like a 22 to 24 oz framer. If it's still too light for you, wait for the 16 oz titanium. It's less like a California framer and more a classic Vaughn style and drives like a 28 oz. ... Read more


12. Stiletto TI14SS-E Titanium, Smooth Face, Straight Handle Framing Hammer Epoxy Coating Grip
list price: $101.95
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Asin: B00079R214
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 13101
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Product Description

This framing hammer features a titanium head, with a magnetized groove that holds the head of the nail while you set it, to protect your thumb and fingers. It's lightweight, at only 14 ounces, and has an ergonomic hickory handle to generate leverage. ... Read more

Features

  • 14oz Ruger® Titanium head
  • Driving power of a 24oz Steel hammer
  • Less recoil shock than steel
  • Straight claw style
  • Smooth driving face

13. Stiletto TB15MS TiBone: Solid Titanium Hammer with Straight Handle Milled Face
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00079R1YW
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 17021
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Product Description

This lightweight hammer with a head and contoured hybrid-straight handle is molded into a solid piece of titanium. ... Read more

Features

  • 15oz. Head
  • Replaceable steel smooth or milled waffle face
  • Contoured straight handle with ergonomic grip
  • Solid titanium construction
  • Magnetic nail starter

14. Stiletto TB15SS TiBone: Solid Titanium Hammer with Straight Handle Smooth Face
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00079R1Z6
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 18045
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Product Description

This lightweight hammer with a smooth head and contoured hybrid-straight handle is molded into a solid piece of titanium. Engineered for the user, this Titanium hammer is a precision nail driving tool. Its solid Titanium construction offers extreme durability and its ergonomic injection-molded grip offer great comfort and even greater control. This hammer features a lightweight 15-ounce head, yet its driving force equals 24-ounce steel. Removeable steel nosepiece allows the user to replace the face in a few minutes. Also features a convenient nail starter. ... Read more

Features

  • 15oz. Head
  • Replaceable steel smooth or milled waffle face
  • Contoured straight handle with ergonomic grip
  • Solid titanium construction
  • Magnetic nail starter

15. Stiletto STLHDL-C Curved Replacement Handle
list price: $11.75
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Asin: B00079R1XI
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 4740
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Product Description

Replacement handles for our hammer models. ... Read more


16. Stiletto DW10TI 10oz Dry Wall Axe: Titanium Head
list price: $56.95
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Asin: B00079R1UQ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 15338
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Product Description

Titanium drywall axe with a wooden handle ... Read more


17. Stiletto TB15MC TiBone: Solid Titanium Hammer with Curved Handle Milled Face
list price: $249.95
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Asin: B00079R1YM
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 18217
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Product Description

This lightweight hammer with a head and contoured hybrid-straight handle is molded into a solid piece of titanium. ... Read more

Features

  • 15oz. Head
  • Replaceable steel smooth or milled waffle face
  • Contoured straight handle with ergonomic grip
  • Solid titanium construction
  • Magnetic nail starter

18. Stiletto AG102 Handle Wrap
list price: $12.95
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Asin: B0007WJT4O
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 11624
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Features

  • Easier to apply than Heat Shrink - no heat or adhesive needed to apply
  • Fits handles from 1 7/8" to 3/4"
  • Tack grip won't slip in your hand for better control and improved safety
  • Ergonomic! Loosening your grip reduces risk of Carpal Tunnel and other Cummulative Trauma Disorders
  • Great for improved grip on wheelbarrows, shovels, picks, posthole diggers, sledges, hammers

19. Stiletto TI14MC-A Titanium, Milled Face, Curved Handle Framing Hammer Air Grip
list price: $104.95
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Asin: B00079R1ZQ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 20726
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Product Description

This framing hammer features a titanium head, with a magnetized groove that holds the head of the nail while you set it, to protect your thumb and fingers. It's lightweight, at only 14 ounces, and has an ergonomic hickory handle to generate leverage. ... Read more

Features

  • 14oz Ruger® Titanium head
  • Driving power of a 24oz Steel hammer
  • Less recoil shock than steel
  • Straight claw style
  • Milled driving face

20. Stiletto TI16MS Titan 16oz: Musclehead Milled Face Straight Handle
list price: $101.95
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Asin: B00079R21Y
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Stiletto Tool Company
Sales Rank: 25083
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Features

  • 16oz. Ruger® Titanium head
  • Same size and driving power as a 32oz. steel hammer
  • Rip style claw
  • Re-engineered milled face

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