TODAY’S PATENT – NON-SLIP HAMMER
The NON – SLIP HAMMER was invented by Kosta Poulos (Virginia Beach, VA) on the 29th of June 1982 bearing patent number US4336832A.
The present invention relates to hammers and the surface area of the hammer is slippery free. The head of the hammer is a square impact having a waffle-like surface area. The advantages of this invention are that the Nails or other such objects prevent the teeth from slipping and/or slipping on the face of the hammer. The angle of the hole in the handle of the hammerhead, placing a reasonable distance between the hammer face and the hammer handle to protect the worker’s knees when using the hammer to remove the nails. Also, The hammer has a rough angled bridge that connects the head to the nail puller, giving good leverage for easy removal and pulling of the nails; The bridge is stronger than a standard construction hammer. snd the round hammerhead, in contrast to the round hammerhead, gives the nails more surface and makes it easier to drive nails and wood steaks. The additional sharp surface of the hammer puller allows it to be used to cut or shape wood or similar during construction. The sharp hammer can be used to sharpen small pieces of wood. Since the hammer has a flat surface, that can be used to drive the nail from side to side when working in a narrow space where the swing of the hammer is limited. And the combination of the nail puller, flat driving surface, and sharp blade make it an excellent tool for construction workers and cabinet makers to use in home workshops. This advanced version of the hammer is a convenient one to use for the workers.