Laser Tools has introduced a new range of high-performance hammers, which feature a high-strength fibreglass shaft that provides the perfect balance of durability and lightweight design.
Laser says it understands the importance of minimising vibration and fatigue. That’s why it has equipped its hammers with a shock-absorbing thermoplastic rubber (TPR) grip.
The heat-treated carbon steel heads are tough and durable enough to handle any job. Whether you’re driving nails or peening and shaping metal, these hammers are up to the task, according to the brand.
The range includes four weights of ball pein hammer: 12oz (340g) – part number 8604; 16oz (453g) – part number 8605; 24oz (680g) – part number 8606; and the mighty 32oz (907g) – part number 8607.
The new claw hammer weighs 20oz (567g) is suitable for driving and pulling nails, prying and splitting (part number 8609). To top-off the range, the club hammer (part number 8610) is a full 3lbs (1.36kg) in weight, and suitable for these heavier jobs that need a bit of persuasion.