And wood is such a versatile and abundant building material that we’re sure to be banging spiky bits of metal into it for thousands of years to come. But how similar is the hammer going to look at that stage? What is the state of the art in hammer technology? Are they still just flat-ended bits of metal on the end of sticks? Let’s take a look at five hammers that aim to push one of mankind’s (other) oldest professions forward.
1 – Picard’s Carpenter’s Roofing Hammer
The ultimate in thumb protection, this hammer holds the nail for you on the first stroke so you can use it one-handed.
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