Stanley 51-621 16-Ounce Curve Claw Fiberglass Hammer

Stanley 51-621 16-Ounce Curve Claw Fiberglass Hammer

  • Fiberglass handle absorbs shock and vibration
  • Textured rubber ensures a comfortable, secure grip
  • Fiberglass handle minimizes vibrations and reduces breakage vs. wood
  • Heat treated and rim tempered for durability and safety
The Stanley 51-621 16-Ounce Curve Claw Fiberglass Hammer features a fiberglass core that adds strength and durability in the handle, reduces vibrations and provides the feel of wood. It has a yellow-colored shaft for easy product visibility and offers maximum shock absorption. The exclusive rim temper reduces incidences of chipping or spalling. Head Weight: 16 oz. -Handle Type: Cushion Grip. -Overall Length: 13 in. -Head Material: High Carbon Steel. -Handle Material: Fiberglass. Dimensions (L x

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Maxcraft 60626 8-oz. Stubby Claw Hammer

  • Full size 8 oz. forged steel claw head
  • Magnetic head holds nail for one-handed starting
  • Soft, non-slip, contoured handle grip
  • Stubby 6 in. length for small jobs or tight work areas
MAXCRAFT 60626 8-oz. Stubby Claw Hammer:Full size 8 oz. forged steel claw head, Magnetic head holds nail for one-handed starting, Soft, non-slip, contoured handle grip, Stubby 6-inch length for small jobs or tight work areas, Quality guarantee

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6 Responses to Stanley 51-621 16-Ounce Curve Claw Fiberglass Hammer

  1. Water Monkey "Marc B." says:
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Decent balance. Good swing, March 27, 2008
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    Water Monkey “Marc B.” (Santa Clarita, Ca.) –

    This review is from: Stanley 51-621 16-Ounce Curve Claw Fiberglass Hammer (Tools & Home Improvement)

    In a way I feel weird reviewing a hammer, afterall it is a hammer! However, I thought I would put my 2 cents in, in case someone was looking to buy this.

    I like the hammer, I have two claw hammers. This one and a wood hammer. This one seems a little top heavy to me. This may be do to a lighter fiberglass shaft, but I can easily compensate for it. The grip is comfortable and makes hammering without any workgloves effortless.

    I have had this hammer about 5 years and I must say I am not disappointed in it at all. Would buy it again.

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  2. Ace says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good ergonomics, nice feel to it, November 19, 2010
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    Ace (East Coast) –
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    This review is from: Stanley 51-621 16-Ounce Curve Claw Fiberglass Hammer (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Perhaps because it’s fiberglass it has more “resonance” to its swing and subesquent impact. It fits the hand and is a pleasure to use.
    And, it’s a Stanley product.
    Good tool! Good job Stanley!

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  3. Micheal Mathews says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great hammer, nice feel, weight and durability, August 9, 2011
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    Micheal Mathews (Woodbrige, VA, USA) –
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    It’s light weight; I crawled around on my back in a 2-3′ high, 1300sq/f crawl space installing 6 lights (receptacles and all). Took about 2 hours and hammering those receptacles in with my arm crooked and barely enough room to get a decent swing was no problem. I actually had a harder time screwing the outlets and fixtures into the receptacles than banging the nails in. The floor joists were the old white oak too, dense and solid.

    It’s got good balance; light weight handle with a solid, heavy head make it real easy to get a good swing. The shaft is fiberglass but it has a rubber grip so even with sweaty hands it’s not going anywhere. And I personally feel that fiberglass is a lot easier on the hands but a couple of old timers I work with still like wood better.

    Seems pretty durable; We’ve been doing a lot of demo work with it for 2 weeks now and it’s done everything from pounding nails to pounding pry-bars and chisels as well as knocking out old cripple studs. I’ve also been yanking old 3 inch nails out of concrete and brick.

    It sounds silly but the color is actually kind of a plus as well, makes it a lot easier to spot when you leave it laying somewhere on the job site. We had a couple of dark red hammers as well and whenever one of us would need a hammer that’s usually the first one we grabbed just because you couldn’t miss it sitting there.

    I think like I’ve given it a good run and a serious amount of abuse. I’m pretty happy with it.

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  4. D. Blankenship says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    NICE LITTLE HAMMER THAT STACKS UP WELL WITH OTHER BRANDS, July 28, 2012
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    D. Blankenship (The Ozarks) –
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    This review is from: MAXCRAFT 60626 8-oz. Stubby Claw Hammer (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Over the years I have collected quite a number of hammers; different hammers for different jobs and projects. I am retired now and I found I had a bit of time on my hands so I started digging through tool boxes, kitchen drawers and boxes in our cars. I found that I was the owner of three of these “mini hammers” and upon further investigation I found that close relatives, all of whom live close by, also have this sort of tool. I thought I would do a comparison.

    First let me state that the primary reason I have these short hammers is two fold. First, I use them to build bird houses. The houses I build are too clunky to use a tack hammer but at the same time I have found it awkward to use a standard sized hammer on the things. Second is the fact that my wife has smaller hands than I do and in her never ending redecorating projects she uses a hammer quite a lot. These hammers suit her hands well. Please keep this in mind as references I make are based upon these two facts. Others may have other uses and need them for other reasons.

    The hammer being reviewed is the Maxcraft 60626. It is being compared to the Great Neck 21000 and the Sheffield 58550.

    First, all of these hammers are very close as to measurements. There is a matter of about .10 inches in length variation between the three. All are classified as 8 oz hammers. All have the magnetic grove nail starter.

    All there of these hammers cost within a dollar of each other with the exception of the Sheffield which on average is about three dollars more than the other two. The cost much depends upon if you find these on sale locally. In lieu of my findings in evaluating these hammers, I suspect that you are paying the few dollars more for the Sheffield 58550 simply due to the brand name.

    The Maxcraft is an extremely comfortable hammer to use. If you choke up just a bit on the grip you can make extremely accurate strikes. The claw for removing nails works fine but to keep in mind that due to the shortness of the handle you will have very little leverage so pulling nine inch spikes out of 4x4s, while not absolutely impossible, is never-the-less not what this hammer was made for. The grip has held up well under wear and since I do not leave this outside to get wet, there has been no rust.

    All in all this is an excellent hammer. That being said, the other hammers mentioned here are also quite fine and the differences are so subtle that most folks will not be able to tell the difference. That being said, do keep in mind that I nor my wife use this hammer hours and hours upon end.

    Great Neck 21000 Essentials 8-Ounce Mini Hammer with Magnet Slot
    Sheffield 58550 Compact Design 8-Ounce Mini Claw Hammer

    Don Blankenship
    The Ozarks

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  5. MN Boulevard says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect for Camping, May 3, 2012
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    MN Boulevard (Minneapolis, MN USA) –

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    This small hammer is perfect for traveling/camping. It doesn’t take up a lot of room and so far seems to be built solid with a non-slip rubber handle. It is only 6.5 inches long and weights 8 oz but is tough enough to pond stakes into the ground for my tent. This thing works perfect for my needs. Overall Item Dimensions: 8 oz, 6.5″ x 4″ x 1″.

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  6. Julez says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    small and useful, December 7, 2012
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    Julez

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    its a little light but it does the job, very useful. strong, a kid or a womans tool, i like the size

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