Model # 11310

Internet #204326040

Ludell 10 lb. Sledge Hammer with 34 in. Fiberglass Handle
0738501113102

Ludell

10 lb. Sledge Hammer with 34 in. Fiberglass Handle

$31.71 /each

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The Ludell model 11310, 10 lb. Sledge Hammer combines performance and pricing for a great value. This 10 lb. drop forged steel head and 34 in. fiberglass handle is assembled in. the USA to ensure quality. This is a professional grade sledge hammer engineered for durability and all around use in. construction, repair and demolition.

  • Heavy Duty construction for use in. construction, repair and demolition
  • Drop forged, heat treated, black enameled head with polished faces is designed for maximum life
  • Durable 34 in. fiberglass handle provides optimum striking leverage and is twice as strong as wood
  • Head is polished with eight edges to reduce sharing
  • No-slip rubber grip and overstrike protection
  • Head is chemically bonded for extra safety
  • Molded fiberglass handle coupled with the flat striking surface of the head reduces overall vibration
  • Head is rust resistant

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10 lb. Sledge Hammer with 34 in. Fiberglass Handle is rated 1.5 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke it I am a General Contractor. We work in new construction and remodeling. While we were doing demo on a house, we had an old cast iron tub to remove. Three swings into breaking up this tub, the sledge hammer handle broke clean off. Very disappointing for a tool that costs almost $40.
Date published: 2013-11-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Broke I only used the sledge a couple times on light jobs. First to break up cement blocks which didn't take much effort and the second time to demo a bathroom only consisting of breaking up studded dry walled walls and a small tiled area where the shower was and the handle broke out of the head. I can't get it back together it don't look like much material is used to hold the head on the handle in the first place.
Date published: 2014-05-07
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