- Estwing Hammers
Estwing have been hammering out fantastic tool designs since 1923, so it’s only natural that Estwing hammers would be some of the best around! In this category you’ll find Estwing hammers for every DIY and construction job you could think of. Claw hammers, ball hammers, sledgehammers, the list of great Estwing hammers goes on!
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Looking to buy Estwing Hammers?
Discover the precise balance and exceptional design in OnBuy's range of Estwing hammers and get improved control and harness extra striking force with each hammer blow! Enjoy the enhanced comfort in their shock-absorbing hand grips too - you'll never be more comfortable and in control thanks to the reduced vibrations than when using an Estwing hammer.
Get a durable, long-last hammer too, thanks to the one-piece construction that reduces weak points for a reliable tool that can stand up to the toughest of DIY and construction challenges. They're easy to hold and have become a firm favourite of avid DIYers thanks to their solid, yet lightweight construction. Shop their premium line of Estwing Ultra hammers and you'll never need to look for one again!
Different types of Estwing Hammer
The American manufacturer, which has been crafting its highly rated tools for around a century, has a comprehensive range, which is available at a great price through OnBuy. Whatever the job, chances are you'll be able to buy an Estwing Hammer for it from us.
Home DIYers should definitely consider the popular range of Estwing straight and curved claw hammers, which are trusted by many to drive home nails for minor jobs (picture hanging, attaching trim, etc.). Alternatively, an Estwing framing hammer could be for you if you're tackling larger projects thanks to their increased weight and milled surface to help you hit harder.
When shopping for a claw hammer, you should look for a lightweight Estwing 16oz hammer, but for framing hammers, consider an Estwing 20oz - 24oz hammer.
Estwing hammers are also the perfect option for specialised tasks; for masonry jobs, the hammer and chisel faces of an Estwing brick hammer will prove more than capable, although Estwing lump hammers and Estwing club hammers shouldn't be overlooked for light demolition jobs.
Make light work of tricky tasks with an Estwing roofing hammer that will easily cut through shingles and drive in nails, and when inside, use an Estwing drywall hammer trim, install, and modify drywall throughout the home.
Why are Estwing hammers so good?
The secret to the success of Estwing hammers is all in the quality of the manufacturing and design; you can find great prices on an Estwing hammer that doesn't compromise on quality. With their trusted estwing ultra hammer range, you get a tool that has been constructed in one piece so there is nowhere, from the handle to the head, for the tool to fail. They're built to stand up to heavy duty use, while also offering unrivalled shock reduction and balance, and come available as an Estwing hammer with a leather handle or a nylon vinyl grip.