Fiskars IsoCore Rip Claw Hammer
The problem with hammers made with wooden handle is that you can actually feel the shockwaves course through the rest of your body with each strike of the nail. And while the Fiskars IsoCore Rip Claw Finishing Hammer doesn’t promise to eliminate the shock and vibration generated by these strikes, it does promise to reduce the intensity of shocks and vibrations delivered to your body by up to 4 times than a conventional wooden handle.
The secret is in the Fiskars’ unique IsoCore Shock Control System which generally includes two interrelated systems. The first involves the use of an insulation sleeve which effectively captures the initial shock wave generated by the first few strikes on the nail before these shockwaves even reach the hand. The second involves two layers of insulating materials on the handle which serve to dampen any of the lingering vibrations that are generated by the strike. It is this combination of shock-arresting and vibration-dampening features that makes the Fiskars IsoCore Rip Claw such a joy to use among many of today’s handymen.
With a high-performance and ergonomic handle adding to the excellent shock- and vibration- reduction capabilities of the Fiskars, any handyman worth his penny will have this hammer in their toolbox.