"Smaller than I expected but has worked a treat to tease dado rails and skirting boards that were screwed into plastered brick walls. A bigger crow bar is also useful to finish off with skirting boards. Can't vouch for reliability yet!"
"Bought 2 of these for a job I was doing on a car. They did get the job done but one snapped. But to be fair I was using a lot of force. A very useful tool to have around and have used it for numerous jobs since."
"Had one of these for 5 years now. Lost it somewhere so I picked up another one. It's perfect for lifting floor board and removing stubborn nails which only have a little head showing. It's small size has never been an issue. It causes far less damage to things being pry'ed than a conventional crow bar."
"I had to remove a load of 2" inch nails that had been nail gunned into chipboard flooring and which were completely embedded - this tool made short work of this otherwise near impossible job - by necessity some damage to the chipboard flooring but this is easily repaired - remember to wear safety specs as you are striking hardened metal on hardened metal between the hammer and the pry bar strike zone - the tool has a label on the side to warn you - the blade end is very sharp and slim and I used this to lift the edges of the chipboard without further damage - very happy with this product which is a standard stock item at my local Screwfix store - thanks"