Wilton releases a sledgehammer that they claim has an unbreakable handle. Named of B.A.S.H which stands for "Bad Ass Sledge Hammer." Wilton claims they will cut anyone a check for $1000 if they manage to break the handle.
Two years in development, the innovative Wilton B.A.S.H. Sledge Hammer (Bad Ass Sledge Hammer) product line features a steel core design that prevents breakage during overstrikes, which is the most common cause of failure in wood and fiberglass handled sledge hammers.
In fact, B.A.S.H. Sledge Hammers are 400 percent tougher than models with wood or fiberglass handles. In an overstrike test conducted by an independent lab, mechanical overstrikes were calculated before the handles broke. Leading competitors' wood handles collapsed after 435 strikes, while fiberglass handled sledge hammers failed at 6,800 strikes. The B.A.S.H. Sledge Hammers were tested at 25,000 overstrikes and they still were going strong.