ToolKid nail holder
Super practical nail holder for safe hammering!
- Easy to use
- Hairpins for nails
The ToolKid nail holder is a super practical tool for driving nails into wood safely. Practice shows that many children are apprehensive when they use a hammer for the first time, which distracts them from the activity itself. With the nail holder, they can entirely focus on the hammering skill instead of trying not to hit their fingers. Even young children (toddlers) can learn how to hammer in this way. The knob ensures that the child’s hand is kept at a safe distance from the hammer’s head. The tapered shape visually attracts the focus of the child to the hairpins with the nail. The hairpins are ideal to clamp a nail, keep it straight up and hold it into place. These pins can be easily replaced.
ToolKid claw hammer
Hit the nail on its head with the ToolKid claw hammer!
- Ergonomic handle
- Profile for firm grip
- Lightweight hammer’s head (160 g.)
The ToolKid claw hammer has an ergonomically shaped handle and shaft made of fiberglass with balanced and resilient properties. When hammering, it is important that you hold and move the hammer in the right way. When children use a hammer, they tend to hold the hammer right under the head and ‘push’ the nail into the wood. The flange at the top of the handle ensures that they hold the hammer at the handle and that the correct hammering motion is stimulated. The handle has the ToolKid profile for a firm grip.
Not just the handle but also the weight of the hammer’s head and the length of the shaft are perfectly attuned to the size of children’s hands and the physical development of children aged 5 to 12.
ToolKid machinist’s hammer
Machinist’s hammer for driving small nails
- Lightweight head
- Good grip
- Marking on the handle
The ToolKid machinist’s hammer is used to drive small nails into the wood. The hammer’s head has been polished and only weighs 100 grams, making it perfect for children. The shaft is made of top-quality resilient FSC wood (hickory). The shape and profile of the handle offer an excellent grip. When hammering, it is important that you hold and move the hammer in the right way. The red color serves as an indication to hold the hammer at the bottom of the shaft.