This attractive blue Estwing 18 in. I-Beam Construction Pry Bar is fully forged from fine tool steel. The I-beam construction gives this bar exceptional strength in a lightweight design for easy handling. One end features a narrow blade for easy prying, while the other end has a beveled nail slot and nail puller that enables you to access hard-to-reach areas. The rocking head provides maximum leverage to remove troublesome, embedded nails with ease.
- Fully forged and tempered for superb durability
- Beveled nail slots and rocking head easily remove embedded nails
- Sharp, polished blades ensure smooth operation
- Painted to resist corrosion
- Users and bystanders should always wear safety goggles to protect eyes from flying particles and dust
Jess Quigley (verified owner) –
This 18 in. I-Beam Construction Pry Bar is very useful and strong. It is very effective to remove the stubborn hard to reach nails. It grips the nail head well and doesn’t slip i am able to remove most of the nails with one crank. Its been over a year i am using this tool and it still looks and feels like new. Very high quality material.
Eulah Stamm (verified owner) –
High quality pry bar for all types of demolition. definitely a good purchase
Rocky Williamson (verified owner) –
Works well for many tasks.
Abigale Schuppe (verified owner) –
Best overall all around flat bar ever made!!
Jamey Greenfelder (verified owner) –
Solid great tool
Melvin Kohler (verified owner) –
Perfect for about almost all your prying needs
Zachary Reinger (verified owner) –
It was a crowbar. It worked
Oceane Ernser (verified owner) –
In my traditional fashion I reserve 5 stars for products that “wow” me. This did not but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t a good product. I needed a pry bar to do demo on my bathroom and it is a good tool to have in general. I put it to work and I got the results I was anticipating. It pulled tiles and nails with ease. The level of demo that I was doing was not especially strenuous. So, I don’t know yet how it will hold up to great deals of force.It is comfortable to hold, easy to work with, and it’s not very heavy. So, these make for a good combination when you are working for several hours and need your strength for moving debris not using your tools.
Lucy Welch (verified owner) –
Great pry bar. I own 3 of the same and they stand up to daily needed task. Everything from prying joist up from the sill plate to replacing shingles to just removing nails. Can be used as a hammer so its a great roof bar also
Keenan Homenick (verified owner) –
This pry bar is one lean mean demo mashine. I have a collection of estwing tools and have never been let down or disappointed.
Orville Graham (verified owner) –
If you have a lot of cool, especially overhead nails, this is your tool. It is also very sturdy and very handy for all the tasks I have.
Britney Luettgen (verified owner) –
Does exactly what I want
Rafaela Hoppe (verified owner) –
Good steel, name-brand
Destiney Pagac (verified owner) –
This is the best prybar I have ever owned. Still going strong after 1 year of consistent use/abuse.
Idell Pollich (verified owner) –
Worked perfect for removing my trim around my original trim when replacing my front door. Big and heavy duty enough to handle the job but small enough to work in tight quarters.
Rebecca Schmidt (verified owner) –
great well made tool. has many uses.
Pinkie Gleichner (verified owner) –
used to dismantle a deck worth its weight in gold
Naomi Hermann (verified owner) –
We needed it and it worked great.
Madelyn Schmitt (verified owner) –
Unfortunately, standing water ruined my old pry bar. This is a fine replacement though.
Zula Stamm (verified owner) –
I had one of these years ago. It was my favorite pry bar. Just the right weight and length for most demo jobs until a “moose” on one of my projects bent it. Not sure how except that he was exceptionally strong! I couldn’t find a replacement for years and was disappointed until a few days ago.