Vaughan V5 Framing & Shuttering Hammer
Vaughan V5 Framing & Shuttering Hammer
£52.27 (£43.56 Ex. VAT)

Vaughan V5 Framing & Shuttering Hammer

  • Online exclusive
  • One piece solid steel forging
  • Patented reinforced claws increase strength for prying
  • Magnetic nail holder for single handed starting
  • Second nail pulling vee on side
  • High strength I-Beam handle design
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£52.27 (£43.56 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

When it comes to concrete forms or shuttering, what goes up must come down. These hammers have been designed for the purpose of rapid construction and quick, neat and efficient tear down. Their patented design, can handle anything from construction to destruction. They are an ideal all steel hammer for traditional framing, and the perfect tool for concrete form work. The head features a magnetic nail holder/starter and provides increased reach for one-handed nail starting; the flat top head allows nails to be set in tight spots. The patented deep "V" head design reduces shock and vibration and the 405mm long shaft gives more power on the way in and extra leverage on the way out. For fast and easy dismantling the V5 features a milled face and 'Short Stack' Claws which are are reinforced to provide increased strength for prying, while an extra nail pulling vee on the side provides leverage for removing nails without ripping up forms. The V4 features a curved short claws and a plain polished strikng face. Weight 540g(19oz).



Model V5
Nett Weight 540 g (19oz)
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.9 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

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Adrian digregorio

21 January 2017

Vaughn v5

Fantastic hammer I love it. ive had estwings but this functions better than any hammer I've had before. Only bad point is a big one. I've had 2 now and both have developed a stress crack just behind the head. The first one was returned no problem under its lifetime guarantee. I'm yet to contact Axminster about my latest one. Which had a crack in exactly the same place. I continued to use it for many years after the crack started but yesterday it gave up and the head came off to my surprise. It seemed the crack ran deeper into the head than I Thort and water had got in and started to rust.


20 January 2014


Best hammer for site work!
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