NEW BRITAIN, CT — Stanley introduces two new FATMAX Anti-Vibe 2-Piece Hammers representing the newest generation of Anti-Vibe technology.
Vice President of Innovation Christopher Woolley said, “This new iteration of Anti-Vibe technology has built upon a decade of engineering. These new Hammers and Sledge Hammers are our best yet.
Each hammer is constructed of a two-piece steel core to isolate vibration* to the hammer head and reduce vibrations* transferred to the user.
Additionally, the two-piece design isolates more shock waves to the hammer’s head than a one-piece design. The steel core is wrapped in multiple layers of dampening materials, and a shock absorbing collar between the head and the handle further isolates vibrations to the head.
The hammers feature black exposed steel under the head, which provides over-strike protection, to help prevent damage to the hammer body if the handle accidentally strikes a surface.
The 17-ounce Framer Hammer – model FMHT51244 – features a checkered face design to reduce slipping off of nails when striking compared to a smooth face hammer. It also features a magnetic nail starter for one handed nail placement. The 14-ounce Nailer Hammer – model FMHT51249 – features a smooth face.
Both hammers are available at mass retailers, home centers, and in the independent channel. The 17oz Framing Hammer retails for approximately $39.99 and the 14oz Nailing Hammer retails for approximately $34.99.
* Versus 1pc Steel Framing Hammers
Stanley, a brand of Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. is a diversified worldwide supplier of tools and engineered solutions for professional, industrial, woodworking, construction and do-it-yourself use. For over 170 years, the trusted Stanley brand has been synonymous with quality, value and reliability. Its well-known hand tool and storage brands include Stanley, FatMax and FatMax Xtreme. Headquartered in New Britain, CT, Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. operates multiple manufacturing facilities and sales offices throughout the globe. For more information, visit Stanleytools.com or follow Stanley on Facebook and Twitter.
Source: Stanley Tools
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