Hand Anvil

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Hand Anvil
Highly portable & extremely poundable
61S01.01 Hand Anvil

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From time to time you need something to pound on that won't be damaged, yet will provide a good hard supportive surface. Most shops don't have an anvil, as they are usually too big, heavy and costly. They are also definitely not portable. That's what makes this tool so useful.

It has two broad faces, 3-1/4" by 1-3/4" wide. Place on the bench or floor and pound away on it. And it weighs a good 2-1/4 lbs, so you can use it to pound away with also. The broad faces are ideal for squashing tin cans, pounding in garden stakes - all sorts of things. It's simple and effective, like a well designed tool should be.

Made In Japan.

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  • Hand Anvil

    Rayford Hiatt, 6/2/2018 I am 84 years old . I have been involved in the automobile fabrication and repair business for a numder of years . I find the Hand Anvil to be a great all around tool for my line of work . It has many versitile uses.
  • Hand anvil

    Keith, 12/9/2017 SOLID! Great to have in the workshop. Could use a hand sledge as an anvil, but this more than fits any need!
  • Best little anvil!

    Larry Swenson, 7/9/2017 Perfect hammer/anvil. I use it for an anvil when setting rivets for leather. Great for putting inside something and set a rivet. Will work as a heavy hammer to punch holes in heavy leather and to cut patterns with metal dies.
  • Mr.

    John Lindh, 4/3/2017 Fairly well made. Would be more useful as an anvil if one of the two faces was flat. Both being curved limits its value. But generally, I'm happy.
  • Quality Tool

    Adam D., 11/13/2016 Great multi use tool. Has good heft to it. Rubber handle is comfortable. Great as a hammer or small anvil.
  • Tough little hammer

    Chris Durand, 11/24/2012 This is a tight little hammer/anvil. Equally useful for carving, pounding the demolition bar or as a mini anvil.
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