TAPARIA Crowbar Hand Tool
A Crowbars Hand Tool is a single metal bar with a single curved end and flattened edges, often with a slight fissure on one or both ends, that is used to pull two objects apart or remove nails. Typically, the iron lever is used to pry apart boards or open nailed wooden crates. Crowbars are hand tools that have a specific function. If the angle of the crowbar’s wedge inside the crowbar is adjusted, the tool will work around the user rather than the other way around. The thin end provides leverage between cracks.
TAPARIA A Specialized Crowbar Hand Tool
The addition of a rubber grip to the Crowbars Hand Tool was the first and most noticeable change. It was designed to fit comfortably in the palm of a hand. The tool will operate around the user rather than the other way around if the angle of the crowbar’s wedge inside the crowbar is adjusted. Between cracks, the thin end provides leverage. Crowbar’s Hand Tool has remained largely unchanged for hundreds of years because it performs so well. The iron lever is typically used to pry boards apart or open nailed wooden crates. Crowbars are specialised hand tools with a specific purpose.