Spear & Jackson Double Faced Sledge Hammer 3.175kg

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5012095056409

Ideal for driving in stakes or to break up concrete, stone or masonry, this double faced sledge hammer by Spear & Jackson has a drop forged steel head for concentrated strike action.

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  • Polished striking face with chamfered edges to avoid chipping

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Technical specification of Spear & Jackson Double Faced Sledge Hammer 3.175kg
Brand Spear & Jackson
Construction material Drop forged steel
Handle material Fibreglass
Colour description Black and red
Length 850mm
Weight 3.175kg
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