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  1. Mr. Conservatarian

    Mr. Conservatarian2 minutes ago

    I hate using my sawzall for cutting rods. Always feel like I'll use a finger.

  2. john kim

    john kim12 minutes ago

    Oil please!!!

  3. Asht Inmitch

    Asht Inmitch24 minutes ago

    Idk you should ask Thor

  4. Liam Lacroix

    Liam Lacroix29 minutes ago

    Wooden Straight oval kinda shape with flat sides is my favourite

  5. dronus

    dronus30 minutes ago

    Does a ๐Ÿป shit in the woods?

  6. Ronny Ziesmer

    Ronny Ziesmer36 minutes ago

    If you use it every day yes

  7. Jordan Lucero

    Jordan Lucero38 minutes ago

    Waste of money... now you have to buy parts for a hammer...

  8. freelanser NS

    freelanser NS38 minutes ago

    Just buy multiple hammers

  9. Brice Graham

    Brice Graham43 minutes ago

    Lol Milwaukee makes everything at this point

  10. Publius II

    Publius II51 minute ago

    Replaceable head and replaceable handle... So you could replace the hammer in 2 steps rather than 1. How much do the replacements sell for can I buy the head for 100 and the handle for fifty for a diy overpriced tool?

  11. Matthew Mason

    Matthew Mason53 minutes ago

    No.

  12. parr0027

    parr002753 minutes ago

    Man! Love u guys...well I'd like these because these are damn near the main tools I use on a daily basis....I have been trying along with my boss's son to get this brand recognition! So I just want to share how well these tools work in a actual job site situation....n omg! If u dont grab these you are mistaken!

  13. James

    James56 minutes ago

    I just paid $95 for a framing gun.

  14. E Moola

    E Moola57 minutes ago

    Should've spent that money on a new camera

  15. George Hayes

    George Hayes57 minutes ago

    It's worth it to some and not others. Like me for example is a backpack that's $25 for my schnauzer mix that can barely hold phone worth it. YES IT IS, too me at least. Cause I use it often and it's built well so it will last for multiple uses over the next few decades. But for a hammer that I would use 5 times max a year worth it for me for $250, no way.

  16. Mr Maverick

    Mr MaverickHour ago

    I could use one of them suckers after I eat Taco Bell ๐Ÿ˜‚!

  17. WaltWW

    WaltWWHour ago

    Cutting the bag was overkill, just poke your finger through the side of the bag. You always have your fingers with you but not always a razor. Well I guess you could be missing a finger if you regularly use a razor.

  18. Erick Hernandez

    Erick HernandezHour ago

    Bandzaw does an even better job lol plus other stuff so eh.. Milwaukee can sit this one out๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  19. Mr Green

    Mr GreenHour ago

    Wow how niche

  20. Daniel Lindy

    Daniel LindyHour ago

    $250 and no integrated rail for optics? What a rip off!

  21. Onebigbird bird

    Onebigbird birdHour ago

    I've got a bunch of hammers over here for right at $175.00 if ya buy 10. I'd even be willing to cut ya a break for five. I also have some ocean front properties up in Ohio as well id cut you a fantastic deal on

  22. Jason Warrlord25

    Jason Warrlord25Hour ago

    It better hammer nails by itself for that price.

  23. Trevor Preston

    Trevor PrestonHour ago

    Those would be beautiful to work on stuff around the house.

  24. SwayD SkyKnight

    SwayD SkyKnightHour ago

    It's not what you want, it's what the item wants and this hammer wanted you! And you deserve it, so it's priceless

  25. Austin Hubbartt

    Austin HubbarttHour ago

    Dalluge Titanium for me. $120 and I can swing it all day. You can easily replace the handle too.

  26. Furball

    FurballHour ago

    In a word YES ๐Ÿ‘

  27. Carlos Rios

    Carlos RiosHour ago

    Ok so how do you make it

  28. Big Kuntry

    Big KuntryHour ago

    A man that pays $250 for a hammer and says a hammer is fun to swing is no wise man!!!!

  29. Palmer Whithed

    Palmer WhithedHour ago

    Depends how often you use it

  30. StupidSimple

    StupidSimple2 hours ago

    I work with things more complex than a hammer and cheaping out does show after time. But the money I've made, I can replace my machines over and over again. That said, an expensive one will last ten times as long for me. If your hammer is making its value time and time again, then yes. I might look into one of these when i use a hammer more (at my full time job).

  31. Josiah Vick

    Josiah Vick2 hours ago

    It really just depends on how you use it

  32. OFF-Grid HillBilly Style

    OFF-Grid HillBilly Style2 hours ago

    Sucker buy. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  33. Charly Miguel

    Charly Miguel2 hours ago

    I think that if you have it, is worth it to you.

  34. Dixie Normuss

    Dixie Normuss2 hours ago

    Fuk no. Ya got took

  35. Devils pen 48

    Devils pen 482 hours ago

    Yeah another change I donโ€™t want

  36. Zach Moore

    Zach Moore2 hours ago

    If my tools make me money, it was a good investment.

  37. Uriel Martinez

    Uriel Martinez2 hours ago

    Me who was the 150 dollar one ๐Ÿ˜”

  38. Pendejo Del Llano

    Pendejo Del Llano2 hours ago

    Si es diablo la marca Diablo ๐Ÿ˜ˆ๐Ÿ˜ˆ!!

  39. William Ko

    William Ko2 hours ago

    How about fine tuning your skill.

  40. sweat319

    sweat3192 hours ago

    Thanks for your information I appreciate you ๐Ÿ™

  41. Kuroe Zucredl

    Kuroe Zucredl2 hours ago

    I would add them to my growing beginner toolbox in the autoshop my dad runs and use them for my work as I improve on getting better and knowledgeable about mechanic repair.

  42. Watch Videos

    Watch Videos2 hours ago

    I mean ... it works

  43. DONCHICHI vagabond

    DONCHICHI vagabond2 hours ago

    You asked if the hammer is worth it after 2 years of use. I swing a hammer also. A hammer of this caliber is completely worth it. I think you asked this question knowing the answer but asked it anyways. Kinda confusing.

  44. 123idreamjeannie

    123idreamjeannie2 hours ago

    Whole house falling apart, well electrical outlets, old pipes, bathroom torn apart from leak fixing, gonna fix my civic up a bit with my daughter, need to finish that chicken coop, and replace an old dishwasher

  45. William Ko

    William Ko2 hours ago

    My $15 hammer works just as good.

  46. Talha M

    Talha M2 hours ago

    This can be used for so many things. Work and diy.

  47. FRDOX

    FRDOX2 hours ago

    I will use for wiring

  48. The Duke Tube

    The Duke Tube2 hours ago

    If thatโ€™s what you do every day is swing a hammer I say yes

  49. Scott B.01

    Scott B.012 hours ago

    Anything that makes your working life better, is easily worth it. Only problem with the hammer, is keeping it out of a thiefโ€™s hand.

  50. Daniel Fonseca

    Daniel Fonseca2 hours ago

    That's the scaffolders hammer

  51. Tony

    Tony3 hours ago

    Put some lube on that!!

  52. Moosey 2

    Moosey 23 hours ago

    Come back to me in like 6 years.

  53. FTD Skateboarding

    FTD Skateboarding3 hours ago

    I work in a warehouse and I would never need this tool in my current line of work, but man is it fascinating! Makes me wanna get a new job. ๐Ÿ˜‚

  54. Jacob Hanson

    Jacob Hanson3 hours ago

    Not dogging on yall, but you have to use this hammer just once to know it's worth it.

  55. Nate McDonald

    Nate McDonald3 hours ago

    After 36 takes, the toilet seat finally had it and shut down.๐Ÿ˜…

  56. caesarg88

    caesarg883 hours ago

    My dad was a master carpenter for over 40 years he's retired now but he still has the same hammer from like 30 years ago. We used to frame with nothing but hammers. The last ten years of him building houses was all nail guns though. One of these days i will hang his speed square hammer and his tool pouch with suspenders.

  57. Tyler Bodell

    Tyler Bodell3 hours ago

    Would use them for DIY projects around the house and while working on my cars.

  58. That Bearded Mechanic

    That Bearded Mechanic3 hours ago

    Damn! I really like that.

  59. Eduardo Martinez

    Eduardo Martinez3 hours ago

    It is worth $250 ? U asked , only if that was Thor's hammer

  60. Jimmy Padilla

    Jimmy Padilla3 hours ago

    Answer is yes an air hammer.

  61. Tayner Kgosienngwe

    Tayner Kgosienngwe3 hours ago

    I would rather use a rock thank you

  62. Omar Cornett

    Omar Cornett3 hours ago

    Tools make money

  63. Green Achers

    Green Achers3 hours ago

    My barn has room for those tools.

  64. Jacob Reichert

    Jacob Reichert3 hours ago

    If you don't have to replace it every so many years. I'd say yes, but only if the replacement heads and all that are relatively inexpensive compared to the full tool itself.

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    How much ?

  66. Harry Bouttel

    Harry Bouttel3 hours ago

    โ€œOnce you get tight with the turbo modeโ€

  67. Andrew Newman

    Andrew Newman3 hours ago

    I'd fix all the crazy electrical wiring issues left to me by the last owner of my house

  68. Dalan Christensen

    Dalan Christensen3 hours ago

    "Hey let's eat loads of taco bell, I have a great idea for a video later"๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

  69. Joshua Macey

    Joshua Macey3 hours ago

    I would use them in my day to day automotive work

  70. Tylor Herbert

    Tylor Herbert3 hours ago

    Iโ€™ve used my fathers 30oz estwing hammer he used to do construction for years, and Iโ€™ve used it for three now. Itโ€™s very heavy, very large but itโ€™s sharing the legacy with me. I truthfully have one of these (video) hammers in my cart I believe on Amazon for over a year now.. but Iโ€™ve yet to make enough to just drop 250 on a hammer... one day..

  71. Diesel Wrench

    Diesel Wrench3 hours ago

    $103... oh hell no!

  72. Geri Huginn

    Geri Huginn4 hours ago

    You can open a beer with it

  73. patrick mcglone

    patrick mcglone4 hours ago

    But can it hammer in nails?

  74. Geri Huginn

    Geri Huginn4 hours ago

    Hell yes

  75. Bob Johnson

    Bob Johnson4 hours ago

    I use a Makita bandsaw works just fine. Never have to file anything nut goes right back on.

  76. CraveEdit$

    CraveEdit$4 hours ago

    That's cool as fuck

  77. Nate McDonald

    Nate McDonald4 hours ago

    Next : A better way to use a fork.๐Ÿ˜…( young people just need to listen to older people more often,we already taught you this shit.)

  78. *iTs STill ME* V-i-P

    *iTs STill ME* V-i-P4 hours ago

    I really need them for my no existent toolbox I want to make bigger. ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘Œ

  79. AbleDelta

    AbleDelta4 hours ago

    Tools of the trade will always cost more for comfort and convenience. Lighter batteries, longer life, more precision less effort. Either way I think it's better to spend a little more, enjoy your work and buy fewer over a career.

  80. Monte Baptiste

    Monte Baptiste4 hours ago

    Nice idea, i currently use push connect caps would prefer to use something that didnโ€™t require require as much effort or a tool to remove.