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Nut Hammer

The Nut Hammer is the new sleek and useful solution if you like to eat nuts but just hate the hassle of the little pieces of broken shell that get all over the place. This hammer has a small silicone cup that will attach to the metal top, keeping all the pieces inside, saving you a lot of time, and making the process much more efficient. Crafted in a dark wooden ash, with a cast iron top and a small silicone holder, the handy tool will work with many types of nuts. Hard shells will no longer be an excuse to go nuts. watch the video



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