- Product Description
Forget giving your bride a rolling pin at her wedding. The new gift of the moment has to be the Personalised Hammer - Build Your Lives.
The ethos of the hammer is that your lucky couple will now build their lives together, using this as the symbol of the work they have now committed to undertake.
But if they do want to start building for real, then this hammer can do that job too as it has been perfectly crafted to provide a fully working tool.
The two names of your happy couple in up to 13 characters each will be engraved along the handle of the hammer, joined with our "&" fixed text.
Underneath, a single line of 10 characters and another of 35 characters can then be filled with any details or well wishes you choose, making this a keepsake that will always come in handy.
- Personalised hammer
- The perfect gift for handyman
- 16oz claw hammer
- Steel Head
- Wooden Handle
- Handle expertly engraved
- Measures approx. 32cm x 14cm
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- Delivery & Returns
Sent via 2nd Class Mail for only £3.99.
Sent via 1st Class Mail for only £4.99.
*NEXT WORKING DAY
Orders received by 3:00 pm Monday to Friday, sent via courier tracked service for only £7.99. Delivery for Mon to Fri only.
The cost for delivery to European countries is calculated based on the destination. Please allow approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch, however, this is not guaranteed.
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Question about: Personalised Hammer - Build Your LivesYour personal security is very important to us. Please do not disclose any sensitive information such as card details, password.
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 (by Phil)Unfortunately not, what is shown on the image, is what it will look like with your personalizsation.
If you wish to email us via contact form regarding this, please do. A member of our customer service team may be able to look into this for youAnswer by: Serena H. (Admin) on 28 Jul 2015 14:45:00
Add AnswerYour personal security is very important to us. Please do not disclose any sensitive information such as card details, password.
Friday, 22 July 2016 (by Stephen Jefferson)