Specifications & Dimensions
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Head Weight:||16 oz.|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||1.4|
|Type:||Rubber mallet/plastic tip|
|Handle Length (in.):||13|
Ratings & Reviews
16-Ounce Rubber Mallet Has a Gentler Touch
When your job requires a softer hit, the Craftsman 16-ounce rubber mallet is the tool you will want on hand. Whether you are working with plaster aluminum, or simply need help with getting a dent out, that's when you pick up this tool and not worry about damaging your project. The soft rubber head of the mallet is a light 16 ounces, making it very easy to work with. The head is also resistant to oil and water - elements that are sure to be found in a garage or work site, where it will be used the most.
The strength of the 16-ounce rubber mallet is evident by the strong and sturdy hickory handle. You don't want this mallet slipping out of your hands while you swing it. The hickory handle measures 13 inches which gives you plenty of room to give it a good grip and absorb the shock of each blow.
- Craftsman 16-ounce rubber mallet is made of natural rubber that is resistant to oil and water
- Mallet is great for jobs that require a more gentle touch, such as hammering out dents
- Strong and sturdy handle is made of hickory
- Handle measure 13 inches, which gives you lots of length for a good grip
- Hickory handle is great for shock absorption with each swing and hit
- Total weight of mallet is 1.4 pounds
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on April 15, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
this hammer is okay for the price. I bought it to use in the machinist field. The best part is that it's craftsman guaranteed forever. I wish the hammer was built a little more strong.
Works as one would think...its a rubber mallet. The only thing to note is that the handle is shown as grey, when I went to pick it up suprised me when it was a natural hickory finish, not an issue just a suprise.
Okay, for hammering down those objects where you don't want to scratch the stuff or create too many dents, this does the job. I'll be using this to put those plastic nails into the backyard to install my badminton/volleyball net. The metal hammers usually break those plastic pegs.
South Portland, ME
After using a rubber mallet that was 20 plus years old getting dry rotted and breaking apart it was time for upgrade. I'm glad I did this craftsman rubber mallet is top quality and made to last another 20 years.
There is much to say about a rubber mallet,.... Seems well balanced and sturdily built. Has the craftsman name so though I haven't checked specifically I believe it holds the hand tool lifetime warranty. Which I doubt would ever be needed as it is well made.
Lake City, AR
We went out of our way to purchase this Craftsman mallet because it had good reviews and Sears is known for quality. Within five minutes of when we first started using it, the head came off. We discovered that it had only been affixed with a very small bead of hot melt glue. We were very disappointed and expected better from Sears and a "Made in the USA" Craftsman product. Hot melt glue is totally inadequate for attaching a 16 oz. rubber head to a wooden handle. You'd think they could come up with something better than that.
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