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The Jefferson Extracting Pliers are designed with one task in mind — removing objects (nails, staples, tacks, etc) lodged in wood. The simple and effective design allows even the most stubborn of fasteners to be removed with ease without damaging the surface of the wood.
Picking up a pair of these pliers one is immediately reminded of how a quality hand tool should feel. The pliers feel solid and are designed with serrated teeth and patented, parallel, auto locking jaws. This combination of quality construction and good design make for a well-built tool.
There are plenty of one-trick ponies that aren’t worth their weight in pennies, but this tool stands apart from that crowd. While not a classical tool in the toolbox, the modern woodworker will be glad they have this tool the next time a pneumatic fastener shoots out the side of a drawer. What could be a disastrous mistake and time-consuming removal becomes nothing more than a small inconvenience with these pliers.
These pliers are the first in our review because they’ve been so helpful and reduced a lot of stress in my shop and around the house (especially if you are removing molding/baseboards!).
Instead of treating the family to dinner out one night this week, cook up something at home … then take that money savings & buy a pair of these for your toolbox — you won’t regret it when the time comes and you need them!
They also make a great gift! Everybody who sees them in action at my house usually says the same thing “Wow, I want that” … and usually they end up with a pair as a gift later in the year.
Manufactured by Jefferson Tool and priced between $25 – $30. Buy online from their website (link)