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Craftsman  3 lb. Hammer, Power Drive®

  Item#  00938395000 | Model#  SDSF3SG
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Dimensions and Weight:
Head Weight: 3.0 lbs.
Product Overview:
General Warranty: Lifetime
Item Weight (lbs.): 3
Type: Sledge & Demolition
Handles:
Handle Material: Fiberglass

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Super Duty Power Drive® Industrial Grade Dead Blow Hammer. Cast polyurethane striking face allows a wide range of applications not possible w/conventional rubber/metal striking tools.

  • 100 per. polyurethane cast face designed for the most severe applications
  • Dead blow technology
  • NuplaGlas® Lifetime® fiberglass handle
  • Non-marring
  • High cut and tear resistance

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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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tuned944
Dec 3 , 2010
Use it Properly and This Mallet Will Serve You Well

OK - Let's get one thing straight.  This hammer isn't a sledge hammer and it isn't a rubber mallet.  This tool is a Dead-Blow Hammer.  It is designed for driving two pieces of wood together.  It is most commonly used to drive pieces together for joinery.  The head of the hammer is made up of multiple shot which absorb energy as the head strikes another surface.  This provides minimum recoil.

This particular set of Dead-Blow Hammers is among the best I have ever used.  I really like the shape and style of the handle grip.  It is extremely comfortable  and easy to grip.  You will love it two, if you use it properly.

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odp27
May 25 , 2007
Good for occassional use
This hammer is a pretty good buy but will wear out a bit quick b/c of its plastic outer shell. It gets chipped easily but it works decent. I would buy a heavier one for a couple bucks more.
 

settleje69

Charleston, WV

Feb 7 , 2014
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Excellent

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GPSD

San Diego, CA

Sep 17 , 2013
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Awesome Deadblow Hammer

This provided the deadblow force needed to whack a CV axle into the transaxle without damaging the threads at the end of the axle where I was striking it. I had already tried a metal hammer with about the same force (same weight hammer) and not only would the axle not go in but the threads got slightly damaged. Also, the face of the hammer did not get deformed and I was swinging as hard as I could.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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mark1985

Shawnee, KS

Sep 6 , 2013
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Good hammer

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Toys4Twotz

Corpus Christi, TX

Apr 27 , 2013
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What more to say....

No complaints. Handle feels great and it does what it's intended for. Advice.... Always buy on Sears.com as it is ALWAYS cheaper than in store (plus you usually can pick it up in one hour or less).

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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traberto

Burleson, TX

Nov 26 , 2012
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Takes a beating

<span>After killing my hands trying to knock a bearing off a transmission shaft with a ball pein and cheap pry bar. I headed to Sears and decided to use this hammer in conjunction with the 16in pry bar (</span>item #00904283000). I couldn't believe it three blows and BAM it was off. I was initially concerned that the plastic face would not last but I have used it to beat all kinds of metal and it and it has held up with no problems. I'm gonna buy the other two also, these are an absolute must for your toolbox.

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I would recommend this product to a friend.

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tuned944

Floyds Knobs, IN

Dec 3 , 2010
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Use it Properly and This Mallet Will Serve You Well

OK - Let's get one thing straight.  This hammer isn't a sledge hammer and it isn't a rubber mallet.  This tool is a Dead-Blow Hammer.  It is designed for driving two pieces of wood together.  It is most commonly used to drive pieces together for joinery.  The head of the hammer is made up of multiple shot which absorb energy as the head strikes another surface.  This provides minimum recoil.

This particular set of Dead-Blow Hammers is among the best I have ever used.  I really like the shape and style of the handle grip.  It is extremely comfortable  and easy to grip.  You will love it two, if you use it properly.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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ryandapper

Stratford, NJ

Sep 9 , 2010
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Craftsman 3 lb Happer, Power Drive

This Craftsman power drive or (dead blow) brings a smile to my face every time i have to use it. It is so effective at everything Ive used it for. The Plastic and rubber coating are durable yet wont damage what ever metal object you are hitting. I use it regularly to remove wheels that have seized onto their hubs. Put one lug nut on and give it a good whack and the wheel breaks free with no damage to anything. This is a great dead blow that had a nice heavy weight that is easy to wield.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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JohnSchuster

Cotati, CA

Aug 10 , 2010
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We like these hammers

My business, Wild Wing Company manufactures, and installs Barn Owl nesting boxes for vineyards, industrial parks, golf courses, and estates for nature methods of pest (Rat, Pocker Gopher, Vole and Mouse) control. 

To date, we’ve had x3 of these hammers over the past several years.  The first lasted us a number of years, then broke, but Sears replaced it for free.  Then we lost the second hammer, so we purchased a new one, which is still in use.

We like these hammers, when bracing steel poles for pouring concrete, because the hammers will not split the bracing stakes while they are driven home.

A great product, which we will continue to employee, and highly recommend.

Sincerely

John Schuster, Owner, Wild Wing Company

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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tatsuhiko11

Wausau, WI

Jul 23 , 2010
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Dead blow!

This is probably one of the BEST dead blow hammer's I've ever used.  Ever got a stuck wheel on your car.  This is the best way to get it off.  NON marring, easy to control, and all around the PERFECT weight.  Great product.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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odp27

Miami, Fl.

May 25 , 2007
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Good for occassional use

This hammer is a pretty good buy but will wear out a bit quick b/c of its plastic outer shell. It gets chipped easily but it works decent. I would buy a heavier one for a couple bucks more.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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