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Customer Reviews for Klutch 100-Lb. Blacksmith Anvil

Klutch 100-Lb. Blacksmith Anvil

Item# 27132
"Large Klutch 100-lb. anvil is ideal for the beginner, hobbyist or professional metal worker, and is heavy enough for blacksmith applications. Weight lbs. 100, Overall Length in. 18, Face Plate L x W in. 10 13/16 x 5 23/32. Face is 10 13/16in. x 5 23/32in. Base is 12in. x 8 1/8in. Overall 18in.L Black"
Average Customer Rating:
3.333 out of 5
3.3
 out of 
5
(3 Reviews) 3
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Rating Summary (3 reviews)
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2 of 3(67%)would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Questions & Answers:
1 Question | 2 Answers
Customer Reviews for Klutch 100-Lb. Blacksmith Anvil
Review 1 for Klutch 100-Lb. Blacksmith Anvil
Overall Rating:
4 / 5
4 / 5

Good for a hobbyist

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October 26, 2015
By
from Florida
This anvil is cast iron. Does not have a hardy hole or a pritchel hole. The face is also cast iron. This anvil is good for the hobbyist or would be good for pounding, bending and shaping sheet metal or for bodywork. This anvil is not suited for blacksmith work. The face of mine already had some dings and dents just from shipping and handling at the store. The face isn't going stay flat for long, might have to attach a piece of flat tool plate steel on the face. Otherwise, it has the mass of a 100 pound anvil shaped object. So it depends on what you want to do with it, beat and bend light weight pieces of steel, sheet metal, angle iron, etc. It would be good for that. If you are trying to do blacksmith work on metal pulled from a furnace, then look elsewhere for a forged anvil.
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
+20points
20out of 20found this review helpful.
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Review 2 for Klutch 100-Lb. Blacksmith Anvil
Overall Rating:
1 / 5
1 / 5

Anvil too soft to use

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August 20, 2015
By
from Waterloo, IL
Tried this anvil, needed one fast. Too soft of metal to be worth the money. 1 hr of work , looked like the moon. unless you want it for a boat anchor, don't buy
Describe Yourself: Professional
+23points
25out of 27found this review helpful.
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Review 3 for Klutch 100-Lb. Blacksmith Anvil
Overall Rating:
5 / 5
5 / 5

A true smith's anvil

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April 26, 2013
By
from Largo, Florida
If you have an interest in making horseshoes, swords, spearheads or similar, you'll be hard pressed to find a better anvil. Can take a beating, even from a heavy duty engineer's hammer. I used a 5 pound sledge and a 32 ounce hardened engineers hammer with it and it holds up really well. I've ground sand and oil soaked steel against it hot to cold and it's always taken the beating. Sure, it's more expensive than some of the others out there but it will last a lifetime.
Describe Yourself: Home Handyman
-35points
50out of 135found this review helpful.
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