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Overall User Rating from 15 reviews


  • Easily cracks open lobster or crab shells
  • Hard head breaks shellfish without damaging the meat
  • Long handle allows adequate room for a secure grip
  • Natural wood

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Length 7 Inches
Handle Material Wood
Made in America Yes
Material Wood
Type Crab Mallets


Easily crack open lobster or crab shells with this 7" wooden lobster / crab mallet. Featuring a hard, smooth mallet head made of natural wood, you can quickly and easily break through stubborn shellfish without damaging the meat. Plus, the long handle allows adequate room for a firm, comfortable grip and the ideal leverage. Your patrons will be cracking shell after shell at your seafood restaurant or all-you-can-eat crab shack with this mallet!

Overall Dimensions:
Length: 7"

  • Hand Wash Only

    Hand Wash Only

    To preserve quality, this item should only be hand-washed and sanitized.

  • Made in America

    Made in America

    This item was made in the United States of America.

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    7" Wooden Lobster / Crab Mallet

    4.9 stars from 15 reviews


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    While we do not offer these as a method for cracking crabs in our Cafe, we sell them in our market and a lot of people like to buy them to use at home for different kinds of crab and lobster. Price is great!

    from Cod & Capers Seafood Posted on

    When I was growing up in Maryland these were standard for every table at every crab shack but at some point they seemed to have fallen out of favor, probably because people don't like to shell their own lobsters and crabs anymore. I still love them for catering and am going to order more.

    from Vincent's restaurant Posted on

    Well, you could use these for crab - if your wife wasn't a vegan - or you could use the 7" wooden Mallet for crushing ice cream sundae toppings like we do.

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    I also use the 7" Wooden Lobster / Crab Mallet  to crush cashew nuts to put on ice cream. Simply put cashews in a bag and give them a whack until you get the consistency you like. But not too hard or you can break the bag.

    from jwhitten31 on Youtube Posted on

    Excellent product. Was shipped timely in a manner. This was for a large crab feast. The product was of great quality and at a great price

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    Decent wooden mallet. I would recommend metal, not wood. This isn't too well finished, either. It gets the job done, though, and for the price, I really can't complain.

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    When it comes to whacking lobster, this does the job in spades. These are cheap and very economical. They aren't much to look at, but you don't need a work of art to bash exoskeletons. These get the job done.

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    Perfect for crab feasts, which is what I use them for, they held up well and the heads didn't come flying off. Very good quality,.

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    You can use this 7" Wooden Lobster / Crab Mallet for lobster and crab, Is small enough to fit into our pegboard holder, or a drawer. Great price.

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    Good, heavy-enough mallet to break lobster, crab and other shellfish without shattering it. Nicely made of natural wood. Handles well. And the price is just awesome.

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    This is great for breaking up large amounts of crab legs or lobster claws. Around the holidays, we use these all the time!!

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    These are really nice to have. Especially for the asthetics of a seafood restaurant. The only thing is you have to be careful how you wash them. A few times through the dish machine and they loosing life quick.

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    a staple item for any crab lover. Cheap and reuseable. I wash them and donate them to schools to make crafts! 2 uses so far!

    from Thyme Savory LLC Posted on

    This is a nice mallet, very similar to the ones you see in famous crab shacks in Maryland. I will be buying more for seafood parties. Great value for the money!

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    You can use this for lobster and crab, OR you can use it to hammer your mixers loose parts back into shape...which is why I bought it. works great! And is small enough to fit into our pegboard holder.

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