This Sure Strike 12 oz. Double-Face Soft Hammer from Estwing is well suited for assembling furniture, setting dowels and handling wood projects that require non-marring blows. The hammer features two distinct types of heads, one soft and one hard to accommodate versatile jobs. Built to last, it is designed with a genuine, top grade, 10-1/2 in. curved hickory handle with triple wedge construction, creating a solid, dependable structure.
- Ideal for a range of wood projects, furniture assembly and more, whenever non-marring blows are needed
- Dual faces offer versatile use
- Durable tips include one made of soft rubber and one made of hard plastic
- Tips connected by forged steel for lasting strength
- Premium hickory handle provides a solid grip
- Users and bystanders should always wear safety goggles to protect eyes from flying particles and dust
Norris Oberbrunner (verified owner) –
Don’t like the wooden handle but I guess it would do the job.
Josue Connelly (verified owner) –
Great for use in chiseling.
Yvette McLaughlin (verified owner) –
WELL MADE AND GOOD FOR WHACKING THINGS YOU DO NOT WANT TO DAMAGE AS WITH A STEEL HAMMER. I LIKE THIS HAMMER.
Lorine Spencer (verified owner) –
Handy. Not heavy for a woman’s hand.
Owen Stark (verified owner) –
Very well made hammer. I have other Estwing hammers that are also the same quality. Wouldn’t hesitate to buy again.
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Graciela Osinski (verified owner) –
I am pleased with this
Ava Feeney (verified owner) –
I use it for work everyday….. right tool for the right job
Percy Wilderman (verified owner) –
Love this hammer
Colton Stehr (verified owner) –
ecellent Hammer used for plank Vinyl flooring … worked out GREAT and estwing is a Great tool.
Jonas Cummings (verified owner) –
Did the job exactly how I needed it to do.
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Chauncey Goyette (verified owner) –
This hammer has the correct weight and balance for installing life proof flooring..
Louvenia Boehm (verified owner) –
I gave the mallet 5 stars for it’s overall quality, even though I was going to modify it somewhat. I will be using the mallet gripping it both at the end of the handle as well as somewhere near the middle, depending on how hard I want to hit. For this reason, I modified the handle to take the “bulge” near the center out, making it basically the same size for the whole length, but leaving the end flare to give a more secure grip. Once I had the shape where I wanted it, I scraped the handle to remove the factory finish and applied a couple of coats of boiled linseed oil. Final step was to wrap it with tape to give a better grip.
Cassandre Daniel (verified owner) –
worked fine, doing some flooring,
Kaycee Upton (verified owner) –
Like the fact it has two different sides for different materials. Works well for getting PVC joints together.
Chet West (verified owner) –
Solid hammer good for laying flooring.
Immanuel McCullough (verified owner) –
Finally broke my rubber mallet and needed to finish a project and the Estwing double-face soft hammer was the only replacement I could find. It did the job but I would have preferred a softer surface for the project. I am looking forward to trying it out on other projects.
Madelynn Torp (verified owner) –
Easy to use. Best option for laying vinyl flooring and being able to not negatively impact products.