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About Vaughan

Vaughan is an American based company that specialises in producing tough, ergonomic & long-lasting tools such as hammers, axes, saws and so much more. Founded in 1869 by Alexander Vaughan who was granted a Patent for his Improved Post Auger which was so successful that it eventually lead Alexander to become a custom tool business. Continuing to grow and develop, Vaughan set the industry standard for hammer designs from the shape to the handle.

Using their 150+ years of experience, the company has grown exponentially and now uses incredibly advanced manufacturing techniques to produce hundreds of types of tools that meet their requirements of being tough, effective and ergonomic. Browse the range of Vaughan tools we have available above:

Vaughan Warranty

Lifetime Warranty

For more than a century Vaughan has been identified with fine quality hand tools. However, we do not provide a written warranty but pledge our continued effort to produce the finest quality products at reasonable prices.

Nail hammers are designed to drive or pull common unhardened nails only. Any other application is considered misuse. Abused hammers include tools struck on face, sides, claw and handle with another hardened object. Misused or abused tools are NOT eligible for repair or replacement.

The milled face on hammers will wear during normal use. Worn milling is not eligible for repair or replacement.

Hickory Handles subjected to overstrike breakage are NOT eligible for repair and/or replacement.

Replacement will be solely at the discretion of Vaughan & Bushnell Mfg Co. Nothing in this policy shall be interpreted or construed as an express or implied warranty, all of which are excluded by Vaughan & Bushnell Mfg Co.

We wish to advise that repair or replacements are monitored and excessive misuse of this policy will result in any future claims being denied.”

Correct at the time of writing – April 2022.