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Craftsman 16-Ounce. Rubber Mallet with Hickory Handle

Item# 00945787000P | Model# 45787 | Added on April 15, 2010 |
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16-Ounce Rubber Mallet Has a Gentler Touch When your job requires a softer hit, the Craftsman 16-ounce rubber mallet is the tool you will want on hand. Whether you are working with plaster aluminum, or simply need help with getting a dent out, that's when you pick up this tool and not worry about damaging your project. The soft rubber head of the mallet is a light 16 ounces, making it very easy to work with. The head is also resistant to oil and water - elements that are sure to be found in a garage or work site, where it will be used the most. The strength of the 16-ounce rubber mallet is evident by the strong and sturdy hickory handle. You don't want this mallet slipping out of your hands while you swing it. The hickory handle measures 13 inches which gives you plenty of room to give it a good grip and absorb the shock of each blow.

  • Craftsman 16-ounce rubber mallet is made of natural rubber that is resistant to oil and water
  • Mallet is great for jobs that require a more gentle touch, such as hammering out dents
  • Strong and sturdy handle is made of hickory
  • Handle measure 13 inches, which gives you lots of length for a good grip
  • Hickory handle is great for shock absorption with each swing and hit
  • Total weight of mallet is 1.4 pounds
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By David-O.
December 24th, 2012
Still the best

This is the third Sears rubber mallet I have bought. The first one is 50 years old and looks it but still works well. The second one is like new and in my big Craftsman tool box. I must confess I bought this one because I am afraid the USA made tools will be a thing of the past soon. I am set for life on rubber mallets. I am still trying to get one of each American tool and am pretty close now. Que sara.

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By skyandsunshine
April 22nd, 2013
Poor Quality Construction

We went out of our way to purchase this Craftsman mallet because it had good reviews and Sears is known for quality. Within five minutes of when we first started using it, the head came off. We discovered that it had only been affixed with a very small bead of hot melt glue. We were very disappointed and expected better from Sears and a "Made in the USA" Craftsman product. Hot melt glue is totally inadequate for attaching a 16 oz. rubber head to a wooden handle. You'd think they could come up with something better than that.

4 found this review helpful
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MAURICIO martinezpmauricio
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January 19th
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Sturdy well made mallet


This is a sturdy well made mallet. It seems vaughn U.S. made like a lot of Craftsman hammers. I've used it on a few projects and have no problems with it.

I would buy it again without thinking twice.

November 17th
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Stephen Hopkins Sr.
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For the price an excellent tool.

September 9th
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