|Item Weight||3.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||16.5 x 5.4 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||DB16|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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- Recipient of the Popular Mechanics Editor's Choice Award for 2012
- Adjustable Jaws slide and clamp to fit onto objects for straightening and prying
- Crow Bar end with Nail puller Slot
- Striking Hammer head surface for striking
- Large Claw on head that adjusts for leverage in pulling nails
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Tackle your next project with Crescent's Code Red renovation and demolition tools, designed with input from industrial professionals as well as DIY enthusiasts. The Crescent DB16 16-inch adjustable pry bar features an adjustable jaw that open up to 5-1/2 inches in 1/2-inch increments. It's ideal for board straightening and alignment, pulling long nails, prying materials apart, hammering nails and boards, and gripping boards and fittings. The forged steel head and handles create a durable tool with rubber grips for comfort and control.
Pressing the locking button on the adjustable jaw allows the full-width toothed jaws to slide and clamp onto boards, fittings, and other objects for pulling, prying, and straightening. The jaw also includes a fully adjustable, extra-deep claw with extendable foot combine to provide maximum access and leverage for pulling the longest nails as well as a striking head for banging in nails.
The comfortable, durable two-tone rubber grip provides control and added safety while applying force during tasks or when carrying around the job site. It's completed by a traditional split end crow bar shape for maximum prying strength and large nail pulling.
Code Red renovation and demolition tools are designed around powerful innovations that enable you to attack renovation projects from the best angle, adjust your tool to fit the task, and get the job done faster and easier. And they're built to survive the toughest demolition jobs.
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Crescent DB16 16-inch adjustable pry bar
Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2007, the Crescent brand adjustable wrench is the flagship tool and a true American icon. It is prized by tradesmen and homeowners alike for its utility and durability. Today, Crescent offers many other high quality tools, including tongue and grove pliers, locking pliers, screwdrivers, and nutdrivers.
DB16 16-Inch Adjustable Pry Bar
At a Glance
- Adjustable jaws slide and clamp to fit onto objects for straightening and prying
- Adjustable jaw opens up to 5-1/2 inches
- Crow bar end with nail puller slot
- Striking hammer head surface for striking
- Large claw on head that adjusts for leverage in pulling nails
- Winner of Popular Mechanics 2012 Editor's Choice Award
Top Customer Reviews
Comes in it's own box and plastic wrapper worthy of a fine tool. It looks indestructible, yet some reviewers experienced problems with the metal in the claw giving way after removing many many nails. It looks like it will take a lot of torture testing to see if this is indeed the case, and I have no way of doing that right now, but will update if I ever experience anything like that.
We are very sorry to hear that the Code Red DB16 did not hold up to your expectations. We hope you will provide us with an opportunity to resolve this situation. Please feel free to contact us at Ronald.Holland@apextoolgroup.com so we can make it right for you.
The Crescent Team at Apex Tool Group
I have a couple of other pry bars, including one from Stanley, and a variety of hammers that have had to pull thousands of nails over the years. This pry bar has all of those other pry bars beat in terms of capability. This pry bar has a hammer, and two pry points, including one with an adjustable claw that avoids stacking wood for leverage, as well as serving as a clamp for straightening. The whole thing seems quite sturdy. The handle is conveniently placed and provides a great grip for prying or hammering. The adjustable claw has a metal push button that is slightly stiff to push, but the claw slides easily.
As a tool, this pry bar is heavy and beautiful; just the kind of thing every guy (and more than a few girls) would like to have in their tool box. My one hesitation is the reports by some reviewers of having problems with wear on the pry, or even broken pry teeth. I have a hammer that is nearly 40 years old that has pulled hundreds, perhaps thousands of nails, and it has a little wear. I have a Stanley pry bar that has been through roof replacements, pulling shingle nails, with very little noticeable wear. Of course, both those tools are heat treated steel. I am not sure what kind of material was used to make this pry bar. At least a couple of reviewers have said that they thought that this pry bar is "pot metal." I doubt the metal is "pot metal," which is brittle and would be highly unreliable for this application.Read more ›
The build qualities tops for both durability and functional adjustability. The handle cushion makes for a more comfortable grip, gloved or ungloved, hence more power.
These are made for Crescent in Taiwan. The quality of my steel is quite good, which reminds me. There is also a handy striking face you can use in a pinch for a hammer -- not a big deal, but a nice touch of extra convenience.
I purchased this mainly for straightening twisted lumber and it works well for that purpose. The parallel jaws adjust in 1/2 inch increments from 1 to 5 inches making it possible to get an excellent grip on single and double studs as well as 4x4s. The jaws grip well without splitting or otherwise damaging structural lumber.
The adjustable jaw also has a decent nail puller (similar to a cat paw) at one end and a flat hammering surface on the other. This allows you to use a hammer to tap the nail puller under a sunken nail for easier pulling. You can open or close the jaw to facilitate pulling longer or shorter nails as desired. At the opposite end of the handle there is another pryer/nail puller that is about average for a pry bar.
There is also a comfortable plastic grip co-molded over the steel bar which facilitates leverage during use.
So far, I really like this tool.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This tool is bad ass. Used it to remove deck boards on my neighbors deck. The clamping feature lets me "grab" the boards and take them off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Clint Westwood
This is a great tool. Does everything as advertized. Adjustable to pull those long nails. Open jaw to grab studs to twist them to straighten the stud out for nailing. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Zman
This tool is my favorite tool for demo work! A DB24 in one hand and a hammer in the other makes for quick work of demolishing just about any wall in a home. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Izzy
An awesome tool for the renovater. It's a pry bar+. The next generation of pry bars. Does what every other bar and does it better. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Master
I love multi-use tools, and this one is perfect. It has the traditional crow bar on one side, as well as the adjustable jaws on the other side that increase leverage. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jessica McKelden Cave
Our employees put it to use right away and have been turning closed web frames with it in our weld bays. Nice product, I will be purchasing two more. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brad Miller