How would you rate this Craftsman tool on a scale from “silly gimmick” to “incredibly practical?”
The new Stanley FatMax adjustable wrench has a striking face, prying end, and nail puller hole.
Say hello to the new Dewalt MFU Bars, which aren’t as cleverly named as Stanley’s FUBAR tools.
We hiked it to the nearest Lowes stores and scouted out their non-Kobalt hand tool deals. Do any of these holiday specials strike your fancy?
It looks like the Cole-Bar, which was a multi-functional hammer that was funded via Kickstarter, will never make it into hopeful users’ hands. (Update: Check out comments for the latest info.)
Crescent’s newest prying bar – the Bull Bar – has a forked-bladed and indexable prying head that they say does the job cleaner, easier, and faster than ordinary pry bars.
Leatherman has come out with 10 new one-part mini multi-tools that are made in the USA. They’re small enough for carrying in a pocket or attaching to a keychain, and are functional enough that you won’t leave ’em home.
If someone asks for a “Swede bar,” a Tove wrecking bar is probably what they’re looking for.
Stanley’s Fubar demolition tool has dropped in price (possibly temporarily) to $15.
The Hardcore Hardware Rhino utility tool is a tactical tomahawk-style tool for rescuers, military, and law enforcement personnel.
The Cole-Bar hammer is a 7-in-1 multi-functional hammering, prying, demolishing, wrenching, measuring, and squaring tool.
Estwing’s I-beam pry bar is light on weight and easy on your arms.
The Kwick Gripper is now available for $36 + shipping, after introductory 10%-off coupon code.
If you have Craftsman’s USA-made mechanics pry bars on your wishlist, you’d better act soon.
The Kwick Gripper is said to be able to pull out almost anything from wood, including nails, screws, and staples of all sizes, shapes, and conditions.
Crescent’s new Code Red adjustable pry bar and puller is a multi-functional sidekick for demolition and renovation work.
Earlier today we watched as two firefighters attacked a stuck hydrant nut with a Stanley Fubar Forcible Entry Tool. Yep, we still want one.
Here’s our quick hands-on preview video of the Stanley Fubar Demolition Bar.
Ullman picks, hooks, and probes. These small tools have saved the day more than once.
If you’re going to carry a bottle opener on your keychain, it should be multi-purpose and look bad-ass, like the Brewzer.