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 12-09-2009, 21:31 Post: 167381
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 Yup---a CORDLESS Craftsman hammer

(Hey Dennis---might wanna change this posting category from ELECTIRC to ELECTRIC. )

Anywho...I just saw a TV ad for a Craftsman "Auto Hammer". It's cordless "electirc" (Dennis Laughing out loud) hammer without a claw but has a reciprocating head! No pounding---just load a nail onto its magnetic head and hold against something and bam bam bam!!!

What could possibly be next?






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 12-10-2009, 00:49 Post: 167383
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It's a bit of automated overkill for routine use, but if you need to nail where you can't swing a hammer, or are up a ladder where you'd need three hands, or aren't very strong or accurate and need to drive big nails into a hard surface ....






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 12-10-2009, 07:45 Post: 167386
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Friend of mine's MIL gave him a battery operated crescent wrench for his birthday, needless to say he was thrilled.
Another gadget overkill.






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 12-10-2009, 08:11 Post: 167387
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I just looked it up on their website, 99.99, Great Value it says. I don't think it would fit in the hammer loop of my pants leg.






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 12-10-2009, 15:42 Post: 167412
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I have my thoughs on how long this will run on a charge but the air powered hammers are very good for certain jobs. The biggest one I have seen them on are where you have to place a nail in the metal hanger and use short heavy nails. Also great between rafters on already built houses.






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