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Vaughan DDT16P DDT Straight Claw Smooth Face Titanium Hammer

5.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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  • Has plane face and a patented deep 'v' head design
  • Overstrike guide to reduce shock
  • Dalluge style
  • Extra leverage for removing nails
  • Strong hickory wood handle

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Technical Details
Part Number DDT16P
Item Weight313 g
Product Dimensions14.2 x 44 x 3.2 cm
Item model numberDDT16P
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight315 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB001IWOLDG
Best Sellers Rank 147,383 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight748 g
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Date First Available11 July 2013
  
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Vaughan DDT straight claw dalluge style titanium hammer has plane face and a patented deep 'v' head design with an overstrike guide to reduce shock, whilst short claws increase strength. The nail holder is capable of holding both standard and duplex nails and the side nail puller provides extra leverage for removing nails. The handle is made of strong hickory wood. 430 mm hammer handle length.

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1 x Titanium Hammer




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Great hammer, not that good at taking out nails(that's what a good nail bar/cats paw is for)
You have to make sure that the allen-bolts holding the head to the handle are tight before initial use, mine were slack(can see things going badly if you don't do this, broken handle etc)
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Spot on
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8e821804) out of 5 stars 31 reviews
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x929f68dc) out of 5 stars Dalluge 16oz. Titanium . . . less than their best 19 Aug. 2010
By jeh - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this hammer from Amazon and their response was first rate. I had several email conversations with a service rep at Dalluge and was instructed not to use punches, drifts or cat's claw with this product. Fair enough! When I received the hammer it works as advertised and relieves elbow strain considerably. I really like the side nail puller and the 1" longer handle compared to my 25 yr. old 22 oz Estwing, aids in pulling 3-1/2" ardox.

However, there are some concerns. There is really excessive chamfering (try 3/16"!) on the hammer face and it is difficult to impossible, to angle the last blow and countersink nail heads. The head could benefit from less convex curvature in my opinion too. Also, the handle dried up in a few weeks and became loose sideways such that I had to insert some cardboard on the job to tighten the head on the handle. The handle is an excellent choice of edge grained hickory, set in the correct direction. Good work! When I emailed service at Dalluge (Debbie at Vaughan Manufacturing) I received no response back from her. This is not really very smart, as it demonstrates poor customer support. I did take the time and sent images of my 22oz Estwing hammer head and my 16oz Stanley hammer from the early 1970's.

All in all it's a great device with these service and manufacturing caveats.

Yes, I can regrind the head myself and use 24hr. epoxy on the handle; but should anyone have to on a $149 CDN hammer?

Jeh ~ in Nova Scotia

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8eb0d2b8) out of 5 stars good but not great 4 Oct. 2010
By timothym - Published on Amazon.com
purchased this hammer and found it to be a good replacement for my previous hammer. I have been in construction for 30 yrs. and have used a number of hammers. Driving nails with this is very easy, light weight, good feel. However, I had to pull some nails and didn't have my cat's paw. The head of the nail was up so I used the hammer. I pulled one nail and then started on the second and the handle broke. I have had the hammer for two months and already need a replacement handle? I don't know if I can recommend this hammer.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
By Moth - Published on Amazon.com
I love this titanium hammer. Exact design as my Douglas 20 oz. steel framer, but without the milled waffle face. Its lighter, has great balance, and hits just as hard. The Douglas is now on reserve for the rougher stuff.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8eb2a9d8) out of 5 stars Finest Hammer on the market 27 May 2011
By workman - Published on Amazon.com
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There are many debates on hammers. Titanium vs Steel. Wood handle vs Synthetic handle. etc. My dream hammer would be this same hammer but in 18oz titanium. Until then this will remain the reigning champ. I am sketched out by pulling nails with the side of the head having had a rough history with pulling nails with wood handles. Also the twenty dollar handle replacement is also a downer. Switched to this hammer from a 22oz estwing that started "pinging" after it wore out. If you have never had this happen with an Estwing, it's the most annoying thing in the world. Confident the Dalluge will never ping and hits harder than my 22oz with less effort. Some getting used to is in order if your accustomed to swinging a heavier hammer. But best of all its made in USA
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x929f6ee8) out of 5 stars best hammer ever 15 Mar. 2010
By Gabriel L. Mcclellan - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been a carpenter for fourteen years and this is the best hammer i have ever come across.Have had problems with handles braking on other hammers aka stilletos but with the guard on dalluge it just keeps on keepin on. remember git er done.
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