Here are some of the tools and brands that replaced Estwing at Home Depot.
It definitely looks like something changed between Estwing and Home Depot.
I found Estwing Ultra hammers on clearance at my local Home Depot.
Estwing’s website has been down for “upgrades” for 6 months.
What do you think about these blue-handled Estwing screwdrivers?
Is this Estwing demo screwdriver set a good everyday bargain at $15?
Here are 5 hand tool upgrades to add to your holiday wishlist.
Sometimes recessed magnets can pop out of place during manufacturing.
Let’s talk about the Picard Latthammer, and some of their other European hammer designs.
Estwing is entering the air nailer and compressor market with several new offerings, some of which boast “industry first” technologies.
Estwing, best known for their hammers and striking tools, are now turning their attention to outdoors knives.
We learned more about the new Estwing Al-Pro aluminum hammer, including a pricing update that puts the retail cost a LOT lower than first reported.
Estwing has come out with an advanced new hammer that looks like it might be better than anything else currently on the market!
It’s hammer time! Which hammer would you recommend to a DIYer or new homeowner who’s unsure of what they might need?
Looking for a new rubber mallet? Our pick is the Estwing Deadhead.
Estwing’s I-beam pry bar is light on weight and easy on your arms.
Estwing has come out with two new Ultra Series hammers that are designed to swing fast and hard without tiring you out.
Recently I heard accounts that made-in-Taiwan Estwing tools have been hitting the shelves at Home Depot. Worried that this indicated a shift in Estwing’s core USA-manufacturing ideals, I contacted them about this. Their response was very relieving:
As we mentioned earlier, new Bostitch hand tools have started popping up at Lowes home improvement stores. While it’s great to see new hand tools, especially from dependable brands, we imagine that the great folks over at Estwing and Dasco Pro aren’t too happy to see their own products removed from Lowes’ shelves. That’s right, much […]
I was browsing for tools recently and came across an Estwing axe over at Sears’ website. Behold, the Fireside Friend Splitting Tool! Great for splitting those friends that never return borrowed tools!