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Craftsman 18 Ounce Flex Claw Hammer $19.99 plus $5 back in SYWR for Craftsman Club Members (points Roll) Free Store Pickup

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN July 13, 2016 at 05:57 PM
If you have expiring points or just want a nice hammer Sears has Craftsman 18oz Flex Claw Hammer on sale for $19.99 with $5 back in SYWR for Craftsman Club Members (which is free to join). Points roll as long as you pay .01 or more after using points that you have. Reviews look excellent even though it's a new product.

http://www.sears.com/18oz-flex-cl...ockType=G1

The Craftsman Flex Claw Hammer is both an 18oz. Hammer and an Adjustable Pry Bar. This two-in-one tool lets you access and pry nails and boards with increased leverage. This new design offers 4 claw positions to help you get the angle you need. This hammer has a large striking face providing a solid contact when driving nails. It also includes a magnetic nail starter for quick and easy one hand nail starting. The dual material grip gives this Flex Claw Hammer the comfort you need to get the job done and helps prevent slippage. Backed by the Craftsman Lifetime Warranty.

18oz.
4 different claw positions
For accessing and prying nails and boards with increased leverage
Large Striking Face provides solid contact when driving nails
Magnetic Nail Starter for quick and easy one hand nail starting
Grip designed for comfort and helps prevent slippage

Deal for the points expires on 7/16/16
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Thanks. Used a couple coupons and it was a sweet deal.
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Thanks. Used a couple coupons and it was a sweet deal.
What coupons did you use?
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Thanks. Used a couple coupons and it was a sweet deal.
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What coupons did you use?
same here
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I had a coupon in my account for $10 back in points when you use $15 or more of your current points at Sears. This coupon is YMMV so I didn't list it in the post. Check your Shop Your Way accounts or during checkout there is a way to check for coupons.
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What coupons did you use?
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Sorry about that. I should have stated earlier. $5 off $15 which made it $14.99. Then went with a $10 back in points on $10 OOP. That made the points back $15. Then selected the slow shipping which added another $1.00 back to points for a total of $16 in points back.
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Has anyone tried this hammer? I picked it up in store and it seemed awkward and off balance.
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Sorry about that. I should have stated earlier. $5 off $15 which made it $14.99. Then went with a $10 back in points on $10 OOP. That made the points back $15. Then selected the slow shipping which added another $1.00 back to points for a total of $16 in points back.
How do you get the $5 off $15 coupon?
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Has anyone tried this hammer? I picked it up in store and it seemed awkward and off balance.
Agreed... Not to mention that it seemed like something I would break rather quickly. If you want a claw hammer, get an Estwing... (See my user pic)
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Haven't used mine yet (just picked it up today) but it feels pretty sturdy. We are remodeling our house so I will know how sturdy it is in short time. I paid .99 after points and got back $15 in points so it was a great deal for me.
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Has anyone tried this hammer? I picked it up in store and it seemed awkward and off balance.
Seems like a cool idea, but some of the ones I tried in store were locked up. The employees seemed to know about the problem and suggested wd40.

Also the first time I seen a Craftsman hammer made overseas, other than their evolv ones.
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Agreed... Not to mention that it seemed like something I would break rather quickly. If you want a claw hammer, get an Estwing... (See my user pic)
Estwing is a great hammer. Their axes aren't too shabby either.
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Out of stock in several stores until the end of the month, so I'm told. Unless that was last month. We don't have them in our store, ATM.
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This $5 promo seems to have cleaned them out. A few days ago it went out of stock for shipping.

I actually got 2 of these. Had a $10 off $20 surprise points that excluded coupons so I used it to get one of these shipped with a small filler pickup at the local sears... With the rollable $5 back plus $1 for slow shipping only a $4 loss of points. Then on the last day of the $5 back in points deal I got the same surprise point offer again and repeated. Big Grin

Interestingly I am totally unable to push the button to rotate the claw. I showed them to my father and he was able to do it repeatedly on each of them and still I wasn't able to. I must have a thumb disability....

I left one with him and I'll keep trying to build up enough thumb strength to use the other one.

edit: Ah I got it figured out. The entire circle needs to be depressed. I was just trying to push in the little silver button in the middle.
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