I got the 29 inch tall one and my friend Billye got the 24 inch one for her studio. It works nicely for heavy duty hammering on the bench block, and I can take it outside when I'm working on things that have to be repeatedly annealed. I can clamp my vise on it, or clamp a bench pin on it. When it's not in use as a jewelry workbench it's in the kitchen. I frequently sit on it while cooking. Well, truthfully, it's in the kitchen a lot when I'm hammering on it. The top still looks brand new even though I've worked on it a lot. It doesn't take up a lot of room.
I don't remember the price but it was around $25.00. I tried to look it up online, but they don't have the exact one I bought.
Here I am doing a little fold forming with a copper strip. I found out that I need a wider vise or a short piece of copper. I could only get half the strip in the vise at a time. I'm not sure where I'm going with this strip. I was going to put it on a brass cuff but now I'm thinking of cutting it up and making earrings. There's still a lot of texturing and folding to be done.
This was the first time I'd used my new Fretz hammer. It's the brown handled one in the back. It's a great hammer.