The claw hammer’s design has gone mostly unchanged for over 500 years, but Craftsman believes it’s finally time for an upgrade. The introduction of a pivoting claw on its new Flex Claw Hammer lets you maximize your leverage when removing nails or prying boards at awkward angles.
You could hammer a nail into a wall or something but why not hammer a nail and turn it into a tiny sword? That's right. It's a completely silly exercise that could also be a half-commentary on creating useless objects but it also looks like a lot of fun to actually do too. Plus, it makes for a nice drink stirrer.
There's apparently one aspect of Thor's uber-powerful Mjölnir hammer that wasn't touched on in the Thor movie or The Avengers: It works as some kind of ancient intergalactic metal detector. That's right. When he's not battling giant robots or his brother Loki, Thor can apparently be found wandering the beach, dragging…
Designer Jung Soo Park has managed to drastically improve the functionality and capabilities of the lowly hammer. But he didn't accessorize it with useless add-ons only good for attacking non-existant zombies. Instead, he added a magnet to the handle for wrangling nails. Genius.
I'm not what you'd call "coordinated," so the prospect of hammering nails without worrying about how many fingernails I'll lose in the process is, um, appealing. The Craftsman HammerHead G2 Auto-Hammer does that—just not terribly well.
The Craftsman HammerHead Auto Hammer position 1
When is it okay for the toy version of an icon to not be 100% faithful to the original? When you add a friggin missile. That's right: Thor himself would be jealous of Hasbro's projectile-enabled take on his mighty hammer.
This one's going out for all the clumsy DIY freaks, people who aim for the nail, honest, but just end up playing Test Your Strength on their thumbs. Insert the nail head into the collar, so that the head is resting on the red vagina-y part. Then pull down the perspex tube so that it covers the nail, and hammer away,…