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The 'Rhino Hammer' Set Uses the Animal's Face As The Mallet

 - Aug 25, 2016
References: kickstarter & dudeiwantthat
The 'Rhino Hammer' set offers a modern the traditional toolbox accessory that often doesn't see much innovation to the design by transforming the mallet into the shape of a rhino's face. When not in use, the hammer conveniently compresses down into a sitting rhino desk weight that can be kept around the home until a job comes up.

The hammer is creatively expandable in shape, allowing consumers to adjust the size into a fully fledge tool when it is needed. The mallet is thick and wide like the head of a rhino, allowing for a much wide surface space to hammer nails into place. The larger space gives users much more control and power when they swing the tool.