- For removing nails from timber
- Substantial handle length for good leverage
- Broad head spreads the load
- PVC sleeved handles
For removing nails from timber, a good pincer should have two main features: 1) A substantial length of handle for good leverage on even the longest, toughest nails; 2) A broad head to spread the load and minimise bruising to the timber. These forged pincers fulfill both criteria. The handles are of sufficient length with PVC sleeves for added comfort and the head broad and well ground. All in all an excellent job of an often unappreciated tool.