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Old 10-07-2007, 11:07 PM   #1
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What do you guys think of those titanium hammers? I never used one but knew a guy with one and it was pretty nice. I heard they work really good and are easy on your joints. I would like to get one if they do work but they are a little pricy. I havent seen one under $100 and seem one that was really nice for $300
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Old 10-07-2007, 11:23 PM   #2
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I have the 10oz Stiletto Finish hammer and I really like it. At times I wish that I had the heavier remodeler one I think it's 14oz. Mine has a wood (hatchet) handle and is comfortable to use. I paid $79.00 for it 2 years ago and would do it again.
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The Dead On Titanium hammer... its black and chrome with a cool skull and cross bones logo...

I saw one of these at Sears and almost bought it just cause it looked so cool, but I couldn't justify $60 bucks for a hammer at the time... here is the website and pictures...
http://www.deadonstore.com/tools.htm
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I bought the stiletto framing hammer w/wood handle used it for two years and will never go back to anything else. stiletto also has a great warranty.
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I looked at lowes and they didnt have any titanium hammers.
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I looked at lowes and they didnt have any titanium hammers.
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