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Discussion in 'General' started by ToM, 22 Jul 2004.

  1. ToM

    ToM mmmm, blud

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  2. acrimonious

    acrimonious Custom User Title:

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    Erm, it's a hammer. :blah:
     
  3. dom_

    dom_ --->

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    looks more like an ice axe. but i want one :/
     
  4. ajack

    ajack rox

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    ^^
     
  5. mushky

    mushky gimme snails

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    looks like a wabbit
     
  6. Smiere

    Smiere What's a Dremel?

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    Congratulations On Youur Purchase Tom!!!

    Nice One!!!!
     
  7. mrplow

    mrplow obey the fist!!

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    But it's shaped funny so they can charge more!
     
  8. Pygo

    Pygo Rick Relixed

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    Nice. Work much better than a regular hammer?
    I think I saw one of those at a hardware shop, or Canadian Tire once.
     
  9. SitraAchra

    SitraAchra Minimodder

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    nice, how u gonna mod it? :dremel:
     
  10. Sparrowhawk

    Sparrowhawk Wetsander

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    Interesting. I suppose the shape of it, and those two funky rivets are to cut down on vibration? (Err... the kind transmitted up into your arm through the hammer when you strike something with it, I mean.) Wierd. If nothing else, it is a conversation piece... :D
     
  11. ToM

    ToM mmmm, blud

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    its actually got a biult in shock absorber to take 50% of the shock that usually gets your teeth when you hit summot hard.

    its shape enables you to remove nails easier and to strike nails straight every time from any angle instead of bending awkward ones.

    and as for any diff to a normal hammer, normal hammer would be 4/5 strikes for a 3" nail, this would be 2.

    plus its perfectly balanced so it feels light but is heavier than most other hammers

    plus it will last me years

    so worth the money i think
     
  12. MrDT

    MrDT fapfap

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    LIES!

    You bought it cos it looks cool. And in fairness that must be the best reason ever :thumb:
     
  13. Halgy3000

    Halgy3000 What's a Dremel?

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    Nice and all, but if you can't use a hammer, you shoud be struck with a meat cleaver in the shins.
     
  14. Hargle

    Hargle What's a Dremel?

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    But does it still hurt when you hit your thumb?
    It won a design excellence award.
     
  15. :: Phat ::

    :: Phat :: Oooh shakalaka!

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    You wuss!!!!

    Many Jobs.... 1 hammer....

    The Sledge baby :D
    Great fun, use a sledge to nail a picture nail into a plasterboard wall.-*


    *- please note, this post is complete and utter balls.
     
  16. k3nn

    k3nn What's a Dremel?

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    :hehe:
    ill post the results soon :thumb:
     
  17. ToM

    ToM mmmm, blud

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    what weight sledge hammer?

    MrDT- correct
    Halgy3000-you'd be suprised the number of people ive seen who cant
    Hargle-i never hit my thumbs, its usually the wood or the person holding whatever it is for me ;)
     
  18. hprcrazyguy

    hprcrazyguy Minimodder

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    its true, those hammers are great. we sell them where i work. they are quite nice. plus its got the metal gaurd on the front of the hammer so its nearly impossible to break the thing if you miss your target :D
     
  19. Lorquis

    Lorquis lorquisSpamCount++;

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    OMGOMG! t3H 13370rz hAmM0Rz!!!111seven!! OMG ASL OMG!!!! ROFLCOPTERS! OMG!
     
  20. Smilodon

    Smilodon The Antagonist

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    yeah.. i agree... :rolleyes: :eyebrow: :worried:
     

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