Jeweler’s Hammer in Plastic Rubber wi…

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If you work with metals, you will need a hammer with rubber and plastic heads to avoid scratches
Use to flatten wire or other metal pieces
Head is 2 1/2 Inch long Heads narrow to 5/8 inch 9 1/2 Inches total length

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If you work with metals, you will need a hammer with rubber and plastic heads to avoid scratches. Use to flatten wire or other metal pieces. Head is 2 1/2 inches long. Heads narrow to 5/8 inch. 9 1/2 Inches total length.9.5 Inches total length. PLEASE NOTE: We recommend eye protection with the use of any tools.


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  1. 5 out of 5

    Great little hammer! |
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    This little guy is perfect for hammering or forging all types of sheet metal and even wire, without leaving marks of any kind! It has a great weight to it and is balanced extremely well, for it's size and cost! A great tool for any jewelers desk!
  2. 1 out of 5

    Bad quality tool (see my photo) |
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    I ordered it because of the positive reviews and received this thing (see photo). The head is tilted, making it awkward to use. The handle looks like a piece of scrap wood. Really, look at my photo so you know I'm not exaggerating. It is depressing to hold this tool. I started to wonder who made it and just how little were they paid and how fast were they rushed to care so little about what they were making.
  3. 5 out of 5

    Solid little hammer |
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    I didn't have any of the loose or poorly constructed issues others have reported. Feels very solid, but it isn't for hammering nails - just light weight tasks. Seems to have just enough weight to be useful, but not too bulky or difficult to manage. So far, I really like my little hammer.
  4. 1 out of 5

    Fragile, open package with care! |
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    Oops. The head broke off in the package as I tried to pull it off the half-opened molded plastic. I did not use much force at all. There is a reason that it is called a jeweler's hammer. It needs to be handled with the light touch of a jeweler.
  5. 4 out of 5

    Works |
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    I purchased this hammer for making jewelry. Metal hammers tend to leave marks. This one doesn't so far, but I sometimes have to resort to my heavier metal hammer.
  6. 5 out of 5

    Rubber Hammer |
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    I started using this hammer right away making wire jewelry. It is great! doesn't mare the wire and is great at making bends and flattening the wire. I would recommend this hammer to everyone who works with wire.
  7. 1 out of 5

    Cheap, poorly made, not worth the price, go elsewhere |
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    Head not secure on handle. Loose and can't be tightened. Cheaply made with little or no quality control. This is junk. Spend some money and get a good dual head hammer.
  8. 4 out of 5

    Handy Little Jeweler Hammer - Recommended |
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    This small "Plastic and Rubber Jeweler Hammer" works well for light metal and wire work in jewelery making. The soft heads enable you to do forming on thin gauge metal, without marring it up. This is somewhat fragile feeling and I wouldn't use it with a lot of force, but otherwise it should last a very long time. Recommended! CFH
  9. 1 out of 5

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    This hammer totally sucks! It's very poor on so many levels. The craftsmanship of the hammer is very poor. I've been pounding on a piece wire for at least 9 minutes trying to make part of it flatter but it's not actually working. I wish that I would have read the reviews on it prior to ordering it. A total waisted of money. It just DOES NOT work! I posted a picture of the 20 gauge below to show how it doesn't work. Don't waiste your money people!
  10. 1 out of 5

    It's junk, don't buy it |
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    After reading some of the reviews I actually thought this hammer would help in my designs but I am very disappointed. I tried it against dead soft wire but got no where with it. I resorted to an old fashioned hammer to get the job done.