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Faithfull NAILPULL 600mm / 24-inch Nail Puller


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  • The perfect tool for removing nails from most materials, lifting floorboards, opening wooden crates and dismantling wooden structures
  • This specialist tool can even extract nail heads recessed below surface level
  • Features a malleable cast iron slide handle with a hinged, drop-forged gripping jaw fixed to a box joint for extra strength
  • Size: 65 cm (24 in.)
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Technical Details
Part Number FAINAILPULL
Item Weight2.1 Kg
Product Dimensions11 x 47 x 5 cm
Item model numberFAINAILPULL
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
Weight2.1 Kilograms
  
Additional Information
ASINB001CKAR4Q
Best Sellers Rank 7,883 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 Kg
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Date First Available1 May 2007
  
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Faithfull Nail Puller 60cm (24in) FAINAILPULL


The Faithfull nail puller is the perfect tool for removing nails from most materials, lifting floorboards, opening wooden crates and dismantling wooden structures.

This specialist tool can even extract nail heads recessed below surface level and features a malleable cast iron slide handle with a hinged, drop-forged gripping jaw fixed to a box joint for extra strength.

The tool is used by positioning the jaws on either side of the nail head before slamming down the slide handle to drive the jaws into the timber and under the nail head. The handle is then levered forwards using the base heel as a leverage point to keep the jaws tight whilst extracting the nail.

60cm - 24-Inch


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Customer Reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Robert Davis on 1 Sept. 2011
I bought this for heavy industrial work as it states "Heavy Duty" on the item.
I was accually surprised how good this item is and its very easy to use just position the jaws either side of the resesed nail head or u nail, Whack down the handle which forces the jaws to close then leaver off IT WILL GET ALL TYPES OF NAILS COMPLETELY OUT EVEN WHEN THE HEADS ARE MISSING !!!..
However the bad point ....
The item was looked at very closely when it arrived and the main rivet (connects the 2 shafts together) was a worry it didn't look like it was strong enough and was very week or miss formed ! and within 2 days the rivet did break .. so we put a M6x12 nut and bolt through it and it works perfectly (it was ether this or pay £6 postage to send it back to get a replacement (IT WEIGHS A GOOD 1.5 KG)) but unfortunetly this is the only reason i never gave this item a 5

I do recommend this if it can put up with every day industrial work like this then its a certain recomendation BUT be aware of the rivet and have an M6X12 nut and bolt ready for a quick fix.....
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Broads' Man (Tees Valley) on 25 Jun. 2012
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Recently when taking the bands off of over 50 60mm scaffold boards, the nail heads kept breaking off, so I decided to try to find a Nail Puller such as I had used for over 20 years in The Royal Navy! No luck locally, so I tried Amazon and bought this one! Unfortunately it is badly designed, the Jaws do not bite into the wood as they are rounded inward instead of pointing mostly downwards, the casting leaves a lot to be desired and I had to "Grind the Jaws" to get a grip and even then not a very good one and because the hammer is on the outside it is decidely dangerous.
I have now found another one - also on Amazon - that I will be purchasing shortly (I do not remember seeing it at the time of my purchase, because it looks remarkably like the ones that I have been used to) and then this one can go in the bin!
Would I recommend this tool to anyone! Definitely NOT!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Make life easy on 28 Aug. 2012
I saw the mixed reviews but if there is a product that makes life easier its worth a go and at £20, its not a great deal to lose.
I had a number of old T&G floorboards to lift in a 50 year old house - so good wood and done properly. I used lots of different techniques but those nails were proving difficult to raise without damaging the boards.
I agree that the jaws of the puller could be a bit more pointed because they do tend to make indents in the boards - especially if the nails are deep, but once I figured the "knack", just a couple of wacks and the nails just came straight out saving me a lot of time and effort.
For me, its one of the best bits of kit I could have bought - I will look out for a better design but for now it does all I need at a very reasonable price.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D HEY on 11 Oct. 2013
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This is the second nail puller i have ordered and the tips of both have broken at the very first usage
There fore i would appreciate a full refund as the design or metal is clearly faulty
With thanks Mr D HEY
ps Plus you refunded me £3.30 for postage on the first one when it cost me £12.30 to return it to youi I would appreciate a refund of the remaining £9.00 postage
You are free to collect the other nail puller at your converiience
pps
Unfortunately the carrier arrived to pick up the first nail puller after i had posted it back to you and due to a holiday away
I had not yet tried the second one so i sent the carrier away
The nail puller tip snapped the next day.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stillaboveground on 5 Jan. 2014
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The jaws are very blunt, these things are meant to dig into the wood
and find the nail head.
Very expensive for a cheap useless unit.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Taffy Swindon on 7 Mar. 2012
I wanted to take a section of fencing down to get a large shed into my garden after spending over a thousand having had the fence put up was a bit concerned about damaging the fence but this tool is great it very heavy and robust an exellent tool for pulling embedded nails
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By smudge on 22 July 2012
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I purchased this tool to help me remove the floor boards in a bedroom.
I was then able to lift the floor boards with a minimum of damage.
Top Tool. Very highly recommended
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John P Cooper on 12 Sept. 2014
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It works. Brilliant. My musical floorboards are being silenced. Have so far successfully pulled 50 two and a half inch nails. Did have 4 failures with nails shearing mainly early on before I had perfected the technique that successfully works. For the best result my method is as follows. I make short tramlines with a Stanley Knife in the floorboards either side of the nailheads and then with a quarter inch chisel dig the wood out from under the lips of the nail. This makes it easy for the jaws of the Nailpull to get a good grip under the lip of the nailhead. Just apply steady firm heavy pressure and the nail will pull. Don't jerk the Nailpull as I did early on or the nail may shear. The shallow cavity made by the chisel in the floorboard then serves as a recess for the countersunk head of a size 10 two and a half inch supa-screw to replace the nail. Have a good electric screwdriver for the purpose.
My conclusion - "worth every penny"
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