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15 oz. TiBone 3 Milled Face and Curved Handle

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  • Anti-rotational face
  • 15 oz. titanium hammer
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The Stiletto TB3MC is a 15 oz. Ti-Bone Milled Face Hammer with 18 in. Curved Handle. The Hammer has a Patented Side Nail Puller that eases 16p nails out with one 180° motion and Stiletto's signature Magnetic Nail Starter. The TB3MC has the comparable striking force of 28 oz. Steel hammer and is recommended for Pole barn, Concrete, Framing and Remodeling. The TB3MC features a newly designed anti-rotational face and a also features a unique washer design that prevents the face from coming loose. The durable grip will not peel or crack. Stiletto Tool Company has been synonymous with high quality hand tools dating back to 1849. With its long history and strong reputation, the brand has evolved into the modern day standard for innovative, lightweight, ergonomic, productive and professional tools. We set the standard with our line of premium titanium hand tools that span numerous trades such as framing, remodeling, finish work, siding, demolition, concrete and drywall. Titanium is 45% lighter weight while providing the same striking force and strength as steel. Titanium tools also produce 10 times less recoil shock which helps reduce carpal tunnel syndrome. The combination of these features means less down time, more productivity and most importantly less pain while working.
  • Hybrid handle design
  • Durable constructed grip
  • Magnetic nail set
  • Patented side nail puller
  • 10 times dampening recoil when compared to steel
  • Lightweight and balanced design
  • Durable and replaceable steel milled face
  • Includes: (1) TB3MC

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)17-3/8 inAssembled Height (in.)1-1/2 in
Assembled Width (in.)6-1/4 inHandle Length (in.)17.375
Weight of Head (oz.)15

Details

Claw TypeRipColor FamilySilver
Hammer TypeStraight ClawHand Tool TypeHammer
Handle MaterialCompositeReplaceable HeadYes
Returnable90-DayTools Product TypeHand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty1 Year from date of purchase against defects in workmanship and materials. Proof of purchase needed.

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I would always buy another stiletto hammer
it is one of the best hammers I have used for carpentry
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I was undecided if this hammer was worth the price when purchased but felt I could give it a fair...
I was undecided if this hammer was worth the price when purchased but felt I could give it a fair chance. The weight (lack thereof) is an enormous plus after you drive a few hundred nails. I did find I could drive the nail with less swings & less recoil as advertised. I will say any 18-inch hammer will drive a nail with less force, than a smaller length hammer but I can appreciate the lighter weight & less recoil. I had to let my son (who does construction as a profession) take it for a week & test it out. We are an “Estwing” family, & he really appreciated this hammer; it was almost a fight getting it back. I also took with me to assist our “DIY” son build a shed and he was impressed at how much easier the nails drove during the framing process having both brand hammers there to go from 1 to other. We all decided it was a keeper and worth the price. Pleased that the face could be replaced if need be. Even the Mrs. could pull nails with 1 motion!
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Stiletto 15 oz. TiBone 3 Milled Face and Curved Handle At 60 years old, this is only my fourth ha...
Stiletto 15 oz. TiBone 3 Milled Face and Curved Handle At 60 years old, this is only my fourth hammer. I still have my original wood handle from freshman year in college. My second hammer with a yellow fiberglass handle, shattered in my face while sinking some spikes. My third was my first steel hammer and it is very nice, but after 50 or so spikes-- your hand starts to go a little numb. The Stiletto is my fourth hammer. Yes this is hammer is an "easy" recommend to buy. To be sure, this hammer is expensive. And light. And long. It has a one year warranty, but frankly I see this hammer as durable enough to pass-on to the next generation. The two nail pullers are precision and the face is milled to prevent slip-on-the-strike. The primary feature is the magnetic nail starter. That takes some getting used to-- I have only tested it and admittedly only about 50/50 on my putting the nail where I want it. I have to believe that after a full days use, accurate placement will come. The design only allows for longer nails for framing, not finishing work.
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    Beautifully designed and amazingly light 18" framing hammer ... at an undeniably premium price. B...
    Beautifully designed and amazingly light 18" framing hammer ... at an undeniably premium price. But as you get older -- and the alternative might be surgery or a long stretch of rehab or physical therapy -- options like a titanium hammer start to make more sense as a way of reducing stress on joints and ligaments. Swing this once and you will notice the difference. It's hard to describe the feel, because the titanium really dampens rebound vibration, like fiberglass, but it doesn't feel like you sacrifice striking power because of it. The side nail puller is knife-sharp and easy to work under the edge of a nail head, the magnetic holder is strong and holds a nail securely for one-handed starting, and the rubber handle feels solid and perfectly balanced. If you only need a hammer for projects around the house, this might not justify the price, but if you swing a hammer for a living, it is definitely worth considering. Highly recommended.
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    Used this hammer for framing a basement a couple weeks ago and literally fell in love with this a...
    Used this hammer for framing a basement a couple weeks ago and literally fell in love with this amazing hammer. Wished I had this years ago when I was framing houses full time. The older I get (still young) the more I realize how important it is to get good high quality tools that will last forever and be good to your body. This is super light weight and hits like a mini sludge. It will be the last framing hammer I will ever need. I would also like to add that I have always used a straight handle wood hammer because it always felt good to me. The curved handle on this hammer I ended up liking more than I thought I would
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    If you are reading this, then chances are you are already familiar with Titanium hammers. If not ...
    If you are reading this, then chances are you are already familiar with Titanium hammers. If not then Titanium hammers absorb more vibration than steel hammers, putting less stress on your body/ joints. To really test this I whacked an osb a few times and I did not notice much of a reduce compared to my steel framing hammer. I barely noticed much vibration in my arms from both This hammer worked well for my needs, I am framing a stand , not sure if I use it for my TV or another piece of machinery, but I used it while working on it. I love the nail starter on the top of the hammer head, it makes setting the nail with one hand a piece of cake. I have another hammer with a nail starter and this one has a deeper channel so my 16D was just about flush with the top. The magnet for this hammer is very strong. I set the nail in the channel and swung it around with a lot of force and the nail did not drop at all . The side pull was effective, worked well for misfires and other nails that I had to remove This lost a star from me due to the fact that the head is replaceable and you can remove it with an Allen wrench, yet I would have loved to have a spot in the wrench that holds it so I would not have to look for one when the time comes. This is a mill faced hammer, so the face looks like a meat tenderizer. This allows more direct hits when hitting the nail, as it reduces the chances of the face sliding off the nail. The handle felt very comfortable in my hands, a good grip That would have put this over the top.
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    This Stiletto Titanium hammer (Model TB3MC, Made in USA) is a marvel of engineering and flexibili...
    This Stiletto Titanium hammer (Model TB3MC, Made in USA) is a marvel of engineering and flexibility. The company is owned by Milwaukee tools, so you know the quality is top-notch. The total weight is 29.1 oz but the roughly 16” handle means it swings over a longer arc and theoretically hits with the force of a much heavier hammer, yet it's easy to swing and less strenuous on the arms. The rubber grip extends 8” from the end of the handle, so I can “choke up” to wherever it's most comfortable and accurate, as needed. I found it easy to swing accurately, even when starting a long nail (12-16 penny.) The nail starter is easy to use with a string magnet, but the 2-1/4” slot is too long for any nails shorter than 4-6 penny in length. The hammer is much less tiring to use, but it's not clear the hit is any “harder” than with a standard 16oz hammer with a longer handle. The head is milled in a cross-hatch pattern which keeps the hammer from slipping off the nail head. The head itself is steel, and can be removed/replaced if needed. The instructions call for removing and retightening the milled head if it becomes loose, using an extended 7/32” hex socket wrench, to a specified torque of 38 ft-lbs. I do not HAVE that, only a regular hex wrench, and Home Depot (at least) does not seem to sell one though I was able to find one as part of a set at a discount tool chain. It was awkward to use the standard hex wrench so if the head ever needs to be tightened I'll be buying a specialized tool. The side nail puller is great, easily gripping the head of common nails and twisting, though a bit awkward at first pushing sideways instead of “backwards” with a typical claw-hammer when removing nails; however, it's very convenient in narrow areas (like between studs). I think it's the finest hammer I've used, but the price is so high it would be hard to justify for anyone not swinging a hammer all day.
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    The stiletto to one is a amazing hammer, only a few companies make this style hammer and this one...
    The stiletto to one is a amazing hammer, only a few companies make this style hammer and this one is the best by far. The hammer is extremely well balanced and light weight but still gives you the same amount of impact force as a steel hammer but at half the weight thanks to being titanium. The hammer does very well dealing with the vibration from the impact. Almost none of it transfer to your hand saving it some from the wear and tear of work. The hammer features a nice magnetic nail starter on the head that lets you set and start a nail one handed in hard to reach places. The head on it is interchangeable with of heads so it's easy to switch to a smooth head or lighter weight head.
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    Awesome hammer, well worth the investment for years of use! I am loving this hammer, I think it'...
    Awesome hammer, well worth the investment for years of use! I am loving this hammer, I think it's my new favorite. The weight and balance is great, it's lightweight with a big punch. The magnetic nail holder is fantastic, works like a charm. Cushioned grip is easy to hold, easy on the hand. The steel waffle face makes missing difficult, if you do miss the handy side pry bar easily removes any bent nail. Includes standard foot claw that with the long handle gives maximum leverage even with ring shank or screw shank nails. Highly recommended.
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    Overall, this is a good hammer, but not as great as I would hope for given the price. First, the ...
    Overall, this is a good hammer, but not as great as I would hope for given the price. First, the good: *It is very lightweight and easy to swing *Nice claw and side-of-head nail pullers *Comfortable grip for either left or right hand *Nice vibration absorption Now, the not great: *Handle, while comfortable for either hand, is a little too slick and my hand hasn't found a "home" on the grip yet. *The hollow right side of the head doesn't allow for side-of-head hammering as is often necessary in tight remodeling framing Bottom line: a very nice hammer to use with light weight for precise swings and solid strikes with minimal vibration and good overall feel, but small in-the-field gaps in functionality I'd expect to not be there for the price point.
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