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DEWALT 14 oz. Steel Mig Weld Hammer


14 oz. Steel Mig Weld Hammer

$49.97 /each

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Constructed from steel, the DEWALT 14 oz. Steel MIG Weld Hammer has a grip designed to help absorb impact vibrations. It also has a magnetic nail starter in the head to help make setting nails easy. At 14 oz., the head is designed for a fast swing with less fatigue.

  • Product is in satin nickel finish
  • Rip claw type hammer
  • 14 oz. head weight for a fast swing and to minimize fatigue
  • 16 in. steel handle
  • Vibration absorbing grip to help minimize damaging vibrations and fatigue
  • Magnetic nail starter for 1 handed nail placement




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November 10, 2015
I bought one of these from home depot around 9 months ago and the claw has broken. Can i get it replaced??
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November 12, 2015
Please contact us at 800.433.9258. We would be happy to help.
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14 oz. Steel Mig Weld Hammer is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've never spent over $50 on a hammer before so I bought this to give it a test on a new house I ... I've never spent over $50 on a hammer before so I bought this to give it a test on a new house I framed up this past couple weeks. It is a fantastic hammer, the best I have ever had. Maybe 20% better handling and powerful than the $25 hammers in my arsenal. I don't know if it is worth $50 but I know I'll get a lot of use out of this so I would buy it again if I lost it or one of my crew walked off with it (accidentally). It is fantastically well balanced, seems to hit solidly. It grips the nail heads well, and is light enough for me to use for several hours at a time, which is not normal for me. I'm not a full time builder, I do a little of everything in remodeling and construction as a part-time hobby. I'm a mechanical engineer by training, and work in the construction/real estate inspection industry. Flipping/renovating is just part-time for me, but I like to have nice tools. This is definitely a well designed and constructed tool.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've been in construction 25 yrs, I've always used an Estwing 24 oz for framing. This hammer is m... I've been in construction 25 yrs, I've always used an Estwing 24 oz for framing. This hammer is much lighter and does strike like a 28 oz. I've used this hammer quite a bit in the past 3 weeks since I bought it. So far I love it. Waffle head still looks good after driving many 16 d & 12 d coated sinkers. Most people that I read about using this hammer and pulling nails side ways or prying open 2x4's nailed together were talking about bending the hammer when doing this, I have bent Estwing's doing the same thing, moral of that story, grab a pry bar and use a "pry" bar for what it's designed for, prying, not turning your hammer side ways, it's a good way to ruin any hammer. Turning it sideways to pry apart 2x4's is not a good idea with it or any hammer for that matter. With a good grip, vibration is minimal, a Estwing does a little better job on the vibration dampening with their design. Fatigue with this hammer after swinging it all day is a thing of the past though. It swings very fast. This hammer also has some really good claws on it too. I will put this hammer to the test as far as day in and day out usage, but so far, so good. I will update latter.
Date published: 2016-11-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Framer/Backframer - definitely recommend I bought this hammer after having one of the Stanley Anti-vibe hammers, had it for about a year with no defects evident. It is far lighter so that is a bonus. I have zero complaints about it. What I will say is, this hammer is no Stiletto, so comparing the two is an error. It does have side to side play which means common sense says don't use it to reef sideways (that's what pry bars or sledgehammer's are for). If you use the hammer in a manner that it was never designed for failure is inevitable. All the negative reviews seem to be by those who used the hammer in a way it wasn't designed for.
Date published: 2015-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Where have you been all my life I picked one of these up a few weeks ago after reading some reviews on line. I have been thinking about it for a while but was hesitant to spend $60 on a hammer. All I can say is that I wish I had this hammer 15 years ago. Probably wouldn't have needed shoulder surgury (twice). My only complaint is the yellow grip. It gets dirty really fast. Why in the world they didn't make it black is beyond me.
Date published: 2011-10-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best hammer ever! Been framing for 22 years using estwing and this hammer is an arm saver. far better feel and the balance is spot on.
Date published: 2011-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Hammer! I was a bit hesitant to buy this hammer, but decided to give it a try. After 6 months I am very happy with my decision and overall I am pleased - the weight of this hammer is very lightweight yet it hits pretty hard! I actually got talking to a DeWalt rep in the store who convinced me to buy the hammer. He said it's got the weight of titanium but the strength of steel, and it actually hits like a heavy 28oz framing hammer. I don't know if that's all true, but it really feels great when I use it. He also told me the hammer is made for timber framing and finishing and not for concrete...So that is maybe why some of the reviews are poor when guys tried to use the hammer for concrete applications. Overall - great hammer! I would recommend it to anyone!
Date published: 2012-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the extra cash Started doing more framing and carpentry lately, but was carrying around 28oz(while I should have been carrying a 22). I liked the power but it was crazy heavy for certain tasks. This hammer is light, effective, and overall Quality. A co-worker has had one for numerous years and it is still in great shape. It is a bit heavier than a nice Stiletto hammer, but for 1/4 the cost it is worth the extra 20-30$, and will likely save you fatigue and hassle in the future.
Date published: 2016-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The weight of this hammer is ideal! I am a finish carpernter by trade, but when we have the chance to build from the ground up we dont turn it down. Usualy i carry a 16 ounce trim hammer, this framming hammer feels great to use when i get the chance! It has a whole lot of pop for its weight and am able to controle to toe nail with no problem, and still drive 16s in three swings with no problem! I would buy another one in a second!
Date published: 2012-02-07
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