Dalluge hammers offer superior
balance for greater accuracy and reduced arm fatigue.
First, the pronunciation. It's
"Dug-Loo-gee." And if it sounds different, that's because it is different. In
fact, for dead-center accuracy and pure striking power, Dalluge decking and framing
hammers are in a class by themselves. Designed by a professional carpenter for
professional carpenters, Dalluge hits the word "balance right on the nose, with a
head to handle weight ratio so precise, you'll swear you're swinging a much lighter
hammer. The result is surer, deeper, more powerful nail driving, with less strain on the
arm and shoulder. Dalluge. OK, so it's a little tough to pronounce. But it's one tough
- Dalluge Tools is happy to introduce their new
lightweight titanium hammer. This lightweight hammer, with its patented
deep “V” head design, provides faster, greater power at point of impact
with less stress and arm fatigue. The Dalluge titanium hammer joins a
lineup of Dalluge tools that defines what it means to be “tradesman
The 7180 and 7182 hammer features a patented titanium head with
overstrike guard. It’s exclusive Double “D Magnetic Nail Holder has the
ability to hold both standard and duplex nails and provides increased
reach for one-handed nail starting, while the Sidewinder Nail Puller
provides extra leverage for removing nails without ripping up forms. For
fast and easy tear downs and rip outs the Short Stack Claws on the
hammer are reinforced to provide increased strength for prying.
The Dalluge Titanium hammer at 16 ounces, comes with either a serrated
or smooth striking face and American hickory handle.
expand the hickory in a 360° direction eliminating voids.