Stanley Hand Tools 27.9cm . Double End Nail Puller 55-035
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- Double-end puller features 90 and 30 offset claws
- Fully sharpened claw tips
- Heat-treated for durability
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Double-end puller features 90º and 30º offset claws
- Product Dimensions : 6.99 x 30.18 x 4.14 cm; 453.59 Grams
- Date First Available : 10 April 2021
- Manufacturer : Stanley
- ASIN : B00002X1XQ
- Item model number : 55-035
- Department : Unisex-adult
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Double-ended nail puller helps get the job done. 90 and 30 offset claws allow you to remove stubborn nails from tight spaces. Claw tips are fully sharpened. Heat-treated for extra strength and durability. Type: Nail Puller Materials: Steel Weight: 1.18 lbs.
Top reviews from other countries
A completely useless attempt at making a catspaw. Stanley used to make a sharp one years ago but this version is worthless. Buy the better although still not great Estwing (needs to be longer) carspaw.
I generally end up welding an extension on. An 18" bar is about right. The right angle style do not give the leverage needed so a proper catspaw is the right tool but it needs to be made right. The Stanley is not.
Dasco pro had poor steel and broke the right jaw completely off at the third nail. It is made in the US. Mayhew has the right length but a poorly sharpened jaw.
I particularly am upset with the Stanley as Amazon advertised it with "ground" jaws which implies good steel and sharpness. Neither is the case. I would give it no stars were that choice offered.
This cats paw does not get under nails as easily as the old one did. What takes a hammer and force with the new one (and resulting in nail head damage -making it harder to remove), is just handheld force with the old one (no damage).
While the old and new look identical, they are not even close in their functionality.
Thankfully, the old one was found, slightly rusty, and frozen in a bucket of water after all winter - It still performs flawlessly, and much better than the new one.