The Stanley 10 in. gripped nail puller is ideal for general nail removal and prying. The extracting claw is rounded for optimal leverage with beveled edges for wedging underneath the nail head. The over molded grip improves comfort and control, while helping protect against extreme temperatures.
- Over mold grip adds comfort and control
- Rounded claw provides optimal leverage for removing nails
- Claws beveled for wedging under nails
- Heat-treated for durability
- Over mold grip adds temperature resistance
- Exclusive to The Home Depot
- Limited lifetime warranty
Hazel Simonis (verified owner) –
A strong nail puller for the most demanding uses. The handle makes it easier to grip and it functions for a variety of uses. I needed something like this for my restoration projects.
Kaylah Kuhlman (verified owner) –
This tool is definitely replacing my crowbar. I don’t usually have a lot of nails to pull, but that’s the beauty of this tool… Its a crowbar that easily fits in your tool bag. I find myself using screws more than nails, so I don’t tend to use it as directed. That being said, I could run into needing to pull nails (I’m a photographer, and I build backdrops constantly), so having this in my tool bag just in case helps me rationalize getting it. The grip on this thing puts less strain on your hands when you really have to put a crank on pulling anything apart. It’s extremely light weight so just having it in your bag IF you need it makes this nail puller worth the purchase just to have a SMALLER alternative to a crowbar or pry bar.
Elsie Luettgen (verified owner) –
My son just bought a house and we needed to remove part of the deck for repair. With this tool i was able to pill nails and save the decking to reuse
Eliezer Larkin (verified owner) –
This puller feels very heavy duty and a solid tool;. Love the cushion grip.
Kacey Anderson (verified owner) –
Love the size to carry around in smaller tool bag when larger bars aren’t needed. Still sturdy enough to feel confident having it for most projects.
Lauriane Runolfsson (verified owner) –
It’s a nice simple tool. If it had a curved shaft and sharper claw I would prefer it. The best thing about it is that it’s small and Yellow. Easy to put in and find in a tool box.
Marcelo Bruen (verified owner) –
We were framing this week. One board was nailed incorrectly. So I was able to use my Stanley 10 inch grip handle nail puller. My buddy tried his first and it didn’t get the job done. But the spread on the teeth and the length of the handle made it a very easy job. Well done Stanley.
Verona Homenick (verified owner) –
Good tool for a hobbyist or DIY-er. I broke down some pallets saving the wood planks and was happy with it.
Jaquelin Johnson (verified owner) –
Very well made.I used it to pull nails in a really tight space,couldn’t get a hammer in with out doing damage to surrounding wall.
Daryl Raynor (verified owner) –
Oh you think youre tough nails??? Well lets see you stand up to this 10 IN PIECE OF STEAL!!! yall dont stand a chance
Amber Walsh (verified owner) –
For a quick dig in wood to pull a nail awesome.conveniate,light weight,and not to long hand that catches and falls out your pouch.
Flossie Blanda (verified owner) –
I needed this more then I knew!. In the video I do show pulling nails from a board. But I was actually working on another project where I really needed this tool!. I sooo happy i have this in my Stanley collection. I was able to get some nails out of a very tight corner where my actual hammer could not reach with out damage to my wall. Not only did it save me extra work but it saved me time!. Strongly recommend every homeowner to have this in their DIY tool kit. Even as a beginner this is a must have!.
Serenity Corwin (verified owner) –
When I got this hammer, I noticed that it was built quite solidly. The addiction of the magnet to hold a nail rather than your fingers is a good feature. No more smashed fingers. Overall. This is great.
Jaquelin Bashirian (verified owner) –
The handle length and grip make a usually uncomfortable tool pretty comfortable to use.
Colby Konopelski (verified owner) –
Super solid tool. Does exactly what you expect it to. I couldn’t see this thing breaking even if I tried. Stanley hand tools always deliver.
Imelda Lang (verified owner) –
factory grip definitely makes difference,handles any gauge nail easy
Bonita Konopelski (verified owner) –
I have used this tool for years, it seems to be the right size to get the job done on just about every job, the problem is one o the teeth will break off on a tuff pull, not good.
Nolan Trantow (verified owner) –
I’ve used this for over a month now and can say it’s a great product. It seems to be made of strong steel that’s now showing much wear and doesn’t flex when pulling tough nails.I had a job on the ranch that had me break down about 30 wooden pallets and this really helped me get it done and finish the project . Anyone that has broken down pallets know how tough it is.This little tool has earned it’s place in my kit. It’ll come in handy for future projects. The only negative I have is that I don’t know how long the grip will last under hard use over time but so far so good. With Stanley’s warranty it’s not much of a worry
Marianna Pfeffer (verified owner) –
This nail puller, aka cats paw, is a little wide and takes a huge chunk of wood with the nail you’re pulling. The claw is wide, very wide, at about an inch and a half. The claw is chunky, and not very sharp. Making it difficult to cut in and grab the nail. While I do like the handle grip, it just has no place in my nail bags. The quality of the materials is top notch, but fell short in the usability.
Odessa Hansen (verified owner) –
I do not deface nearly as much of the board when removing a nail now.