Rubber mallet with fibreglass handle 680g (two-coloured)

The Högert rubber mallet with fibreglass handle and 680g head weight has a two-colour hammer face for countless applications. The black face is robust and powerful, while the white face is particularly gentle and non-abrasive.

✓ Two-coloured hammer track
✓ Gentle, non-abrasive side (white)
✓ Robust, powerful side (black)
✓ Large impact tracks with Ø 65mm
✓ Cylindrical head shape
✓ 2K fibreglass handle

The rubber mallet has a vibration-damping fibreglass handle with a non-slip, rubberised grip surface.

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Rubber mallet with two-coloured hammer track and fibreglass handle

Non-slip grip ✓ Shock and vibration-absorbing ✓ Non-abrasive side ✓

With the Högert rubber mallet with 680g head weight and robust fibreglass handle, we offer a high-quality hammer in workshop quality at reasonable prices. The two-coloured hammer head with one white and one black side offers countless application possibilities indoors and outdoors. The black, harder rubber compound allows it to be used as a laying hammer and is ideal for paving work, laying paving slabs or hammering in wooden posts when building fences. Powerful blows are required here, which can be carried out easily and precisely thanks to the high head weight and long handle. The softer rubber component in white, on the other hand, behaves quite differently and is particularly suitable for particularly gentle applications and light-coloured materials. These include, for example, the assembly of furniture and kitchens, but also the laying of wall and floor tiles indoors or the assembly of body parts on vehicles without leaving damage or abrasion marks on the sensitive surfaces.

The multi-component fibreglass handle is ergonomically shaped and has a rubberised grip surface for optimum grip. The fibreglass core with plastic coating is extremely robust and absorbs shocks and vibrations extremely effectively. The long handle with a length of 305mm is optimally matched to the high head weight of the 680 g rubber mallet. In order to achieve an outstanding service life even under continuous stress, the rubber mallet impresses with the use of the highest quality materials, which satisfy even the most critical user thanks to its very high manufacturing quality.

Features of the 680g rubber mallet from Högert

With the Högert rubber mallet with vibration-damping handle made of 2K fibreglass, we offer an extremely high-quality and robust alternative to our simple laying hammer with wooden handle. With a head weight of 680g, the fibreglass hammer is also almost a third heavier and therefore ideal for very powerful blows when laying cobblestones or heavy paving slabs. For a particularly gentle working method, the hammer is equipped with a cylindrical head with two different rubber compounds with different degrees of hardness, thus offering maximum flexibility for use in a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications. As a hammer that is primarily aimed at specialist users from a wide range of trades, the rubber mallet impresses with its excellent workmanship and the selection of the highest quality materials, which are characterised by an outstanding service life even under intensive use.

The hammer head is round and cylindrical, as is usual with most rubber mallets, so that a round impact path is arranged on both sides. In contrast to a square or rectangular striking surface, where inaccurate impact on the surface would cause the force to act on a corner point, a circular striking path distributes the impact energy over a wider edge in the best possible way. The diameter of the tracks, 65mm each, is optimally adapted to the weight of the hammer. If it were too small, too much force would be applied to too small an area. On the other hand, too large an area would result in too little precision. The different degrees of hardness of the hammer cannot be deduced from the colour, but if you consider that the white, softer side is mainly used for light-coloured surfaces where special care is required, and the black side is most likely to be used when abrasion is irrelevant, as is usually the case with outdoor laying slabs, then it is very easy to deduce that the white side of the head is the softer, gentler side and the black side is more suitable for strong, hard blows.

A long handle says nothing about the quality of a hammer. The perfect balance between the handle length and the hammer head, above all the head weight, contributes to optimum handling, whereby a high impact force is generated with comparatively little effort. The length of our rubber mallet with glass fibre handle is 305mm and consists of several components. A fibreglass core ensures stability with firm blows. An impact-resistant plastic coating contributes to an ideal handle diameter, the oval cross-section of which is adapted to ergonomic requirements. A soft, non-slip rubber coating in the grip area contributes to optimum handling so that the hammer handle always lies securely and firmly in the hand. In contrast to our Rubber mallet with ash wood handle, the glass fibre handle has impact-absorbing properties so that the impact energy is noticeably absorbed. Small holes arranged across the rubber coating of the handle further absorb shocks and vibrations.

Advantages of the Högert rubber mallet with fibreglass handle

  • The rubber mallet offers countless application options thanks to the two-colour hammer track
  • The rubber surfaces reduce damage to sensitive material surfaces
  • The round impact faces with a diameter of 65mm are optimally matched to the head weight
  • The softer, white rubber side leaves no abrasion and is ideal for light-coloured surfaces
  • The robust, black side is perfect for powerful blows without damaging surfaces
  • The long handle made of 2K fibreglass with rubberised grip noticeably absorbs shocks and vibrations
  • The plastic coating is impact-resistant and resistant to moisture and UV rays
  • The long handle is matched to the head weight of 680g for optimum impact force
  • The fibreglass handle is ergonomically shaped and has a non-slip grip surface

Use and handling of the large rubber mallet

A rubber mallet is always used when a normal mallet with a steel hammer head could damage the surfaces of the materials. Depending on the specific application, different rubber compounds are used, which have different degrees of hardness or special properties. The hammer head of our fibreglass rubber mallet is split in two so that each side has specific properties that are suitable for different activities. These are not only very different in terms of hardness, but can also be easily distinguished by colour. The cylindrical head is divided exactly in the centre and has a hard black side and a softer white side. However, they are identical in size, shape, weight and diameter of the striking path, which has a positive effect on handling. With a simple 180 degree turn of the handle, you can literally switch from a robust laying hammer to a gentle impact tool in the blink of an eye.

The black side - for high impact
The black rubber compound of the hammer head is perfect when a high impact force needs to be applied as gently as possible. This is particularly the case in gardening and landscaping. Possible examples here include the setting of wooden, plastic or metal fence posts. Laying floor coverings such as paving stones, exposed aggregate concrete slabs or outdoor tiles are also materials that would be damaged on the surface by a simple hammer or mallet, making a rubber mallet the better choice here. However, thanks to the high head weight of 680g, the slabs or posts can be hammered in quite easily, even in hard ground. However, the rubber mallet can also be very helpful in the roofing trade when it comes to the precise alignment of heavy, solid roof beams. Even in this case, damage to the wooden surface cannot be ruled out when using a carpenter's hammer, so a rubber mallet is much gentler to work with. The black side is also hard enough in terms of the rubber compound to bend or shape metal sheets or pipes without leaving scratches or indentations, making the rubber mallet an excellent choice for car body construction or plumbing and heating work too.

The white side - for sensitive surfaces
The white side is the right choice for particularly sensitive surfaces or light-coloured surfaces. This is much gentler due to the softer rubber compound and also leaves no annoying abrasion marks, even if these can be removed quite easily on most surfaces. The soft side is used in particular on coated or painted surfaces and ensures precise alignment through gentle, light strokes. Possible application examples can be found in a wide variety of trades. In kitchen assembly, as well as in furniture construction, not only can boards be joined together without damage, but individual cabinets can also be precisely aligned with light blows. Tilers, on the other hand, use the hammer to precisely align wall and floor tiles, especially with larger tile formats. Radiators, switch cabinets, machines and appliances are other examples that can be aligned without hesitation using the white side of the rubber mallet. Depending on the thickness of the material, however, care should be taken to adjust the impact force to avoid dents or dings in the surfaces, as even a rubber mallet can no longer protect against excessive force.

TIP: Unlike the white side, the black side of the rubber mallet is not abrasion-resistant and can leave marks, especially on light-coloured surfaces. However, these can be erased without a trace using a standard eraser.

Wooden or fibreglass handle?
We offer the two-coloured rubber mallet both as an inexpensive version with an ash wood handle and as a professional version with a fibreglass handle. However, the differences between the two laying hammers are more far-reaching than the choice of materials for the handle. Starting with the hammer head, which is significantly heavier and therefore larger at 680 g for the fibreglass hammer, the handle length is also adapted to the higher head weight in order to achieve an optimum ratio between impact force and effort. Due to the larger head and the higher impact energy, the surface area of the round impact paths is also somewhat larger and has a diameter of 65mm, compared to just 55mm for the smaller mallet. In terms of the two different rubber compounds, however, the two mallets are similar, so that both can be used for identical applications. As already mentioned, more weight and a longer handle result in a higher impact force, which in turn results in a higher impact energy. This is precisely where a fibreglass handle has a clear advantage. The fibreglass core significantly reduces the forces acting on the wrist, as a fibreglass handle has a shock and vibration-absorbing effect. The rubberised grip surface not only contributes to ergonomics and grip strength, but also noticeably absorbs shocks thanks to the cross holes in the grip zone. The more professional version of the rubber mallet with fibreglass handle is the better choice, especially for regular or continuous work with a rubber mallet.

Technical data of the rubber mallet with fibreglass handle

  • Product type: Hammer
  • Material (Head): Rubber
  • Material (Handle): 2K fibreglass (rubberised)
  • Head shape: Cylindrical, spherical
  • Weight (Head): 680g
  • Head width: 115mm
  • Form Bahn: Rund
  • Surface face: Ø 60mm
  • Length (Handle): 30,5cm
  • Weight (Handle): approx. 345g
  • Length (Total): approx. 38cm
  • Weight (Total): approx. 1025g
  • DIN Norm: not applicable
  • Commercial use: Permissible

Storage and care of the two-coloured rubber mallet

The rubber mallet has a hole for convenient hanging on the workshop wall, but can also be stored in a bucket with the rest of the tools or in the toolbox without any special considerations. To avoid contamination of the material surfaces due to dirt adhering to the impact paths of the rubber mallet, occasional cleaning with a damp cloth is recommended. Any residue, such as tile adhesive, should also be removed from the surfaces, as this can affect both the surfaces and the smooth rubber striking surface. The fibreglass handle, on the other hand, does not require any special care, as the robust plastic coating is insensitive to UV radiation and moisture, unlike a wooden handle. Only the cross-holes in the rubber coating of the handle should be checked for blockages from time to time and cleared if necessary in order to maintain the shock-absorbing properties without restriction.

WARNING: To avoid damaging the impact paths of the rubber mallet, you should avoid hitting pointed or sharp-edged objects. A rubber mallet is not suitable for such applications and a fitter's hammer, roofing hammer or joiner's hammer is clearly the better choice.

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Delivery TimeDispatch within 2 - 3 working days
PropertyHeadweight 680g

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