Halder Simplex Mallet with Soft Blue Rubber/Superplastic Inserts and Cast Iron Housing, 1.18" / 11.99 oz.

NOTE: The product title and description supersede the image shown. The picture provided by the manufacturer is not always exact. We may use the same image for multiple sizes of an item.


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Application Areas

Joiner's work, furniture assembly, window and door construction


insert 1:
TPE-soft, blue

insert 2:
Superplastic, white
medium hard
very durable

Cast iron


OAL: 11.61"
Head Length: 3.54"
Halder, Inc./Picard will guarantee its hammers and striking tools for the lifetime of the tool. This is not to be confused with a "lifetime guarantee". The guarantee is that if a product should break due to faulty materials or workmanship, it will be replaced, and such determination will be left to the discretion of KC Tool or Halder, Inc./Picard.

Halder/Picard will not warranty items that are deemed misused, abused, or have been worn out through normal use.
This includes:
-Halder replaceable face inserts, as they are made to wear and be replaced. UNLESS the insert cracks or breaks under circumstances other than normal wear.
-Wood handles that break from normal use.
-Worn milling on faces or scratched or dented heads and necks from "mis-hits" or overstrikes.
-"Mushroomed" steel faces.
-Hammers that have been used improperly or left out in the elements.
-Hammer claws that have broken due to prying materials other than nails.
-Hammers that sides have been used as the striking surface.

Halder / Picard products are considered the highest quality found anywhere on the market. We stand behind them 100%. If you feel that this product has failed due to reasons other than normal wear, please reach out to us at KC Tool.
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
250-299mm (10.0-11.9 inches)
In Stock

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  • 5

    Posted by Jon on Sep 3rd 2021

    This guy is great, I keep it in my pouch as my "alternate" hammer. You know every thing you try to tap into place using your palm? You use this instead and it works better and hurts less. This hammer is really small, I am not sure the image here is accurate, looks more like the bigger one to me. I have one of the larger ones too but for carpentry this is great, small enough to get into little spaces and minimal extra weight on the belt. The white is very hard, works well on chisels. The blue is great for tapping windows and cabinets and things like that.