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Silverline PC63 Wrecking Bar, 760 mm - £8.41 (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon
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Silverline PC63 Wrecking Bar, 760 mm - £8.41 (+£4.49 Non-Prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 24th May

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Forged and ground from hexagon stock for strength and durability with claw and chisel ends.

Recognised and trusted throughout the UK and Europe, Silverline’s comprehensive range of tools meets both current and future demands. New products, utilising the latest technology, are being delivered every day, ensuring Silverline customers get the very latest tools.

The Silverline range includes over 5000 hand and power tools for use in the home, garden and workshop. All Silverline tools come with unbeatable guarantees - hand tools are guaranteed for life, and power tools are guaranteed for 3 years.

Subjected to thorough testing, Silverline delivers tools that comply with the very latest standards in quality and safety. Through continuous monitoring and improvement of our suppliers, we supply tools that are approved and certified with long guarantees, so you can be sure you’re investing in the best tools on the market today.

Silverline cares about the environment. As our products are sourced from factories around the world, we run continuous improvement programmes to ensure we only deliver quality tools that comply with the very latest environmental standards.

Silverline is committed to supporting human rights and upholding moral and ethical standards. We monitor our supply chain closely through a controlled programme of factory audits and assessments. To pass our audit, all suppliers must actively comply with all relevant local and international legislation and demonstrate a good, safe and healthy working environment.
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I don't buy them unless they are orange - Gordon Freeman
Anyone know any good deals on balaclava to go with this?
Rastafari24/05/2020 21:12

Looks to me like a crowbar.



A crowbar is a straight bar with one end only slightly bent and sharpened into a beak. Often the beak is split, giving the tool its name from its resemblance to a crow’s foot.
The tool with the much more pronounced hook on the end—designed for prying loose boards and drawing nails— may be considered a type of crowbar, but among people in construction and the hardware trade it is called a “wrecking bar.”
They're waiting for you Gordon...in the test chamber.
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Looks to me like a crowbar.
Silverline is not really known for heavy duty, durable products....
I think it may snap sooner than the nail I will try to remove
Edited by: "Mhatsiey_Shoeltz" 24th May
Rastafari24/05/2020 21:12

Looks to me like a crowbar.



A crowbar is a straight bar with one end only slightly bent and sharpened into a beak. Often the beak is split, giving the tool its name from its resemblance to a crow’s foot.
The tool with the much more pronounced hook on the end—designed for prying loose boards and drawing nails— may be considered a type of crowbar, but among people in construction and the hardware trade it is called a “wrecking bar.”
Rastafari24/05/2020 21:12

Looks to me like a crowbar.


It's not a crow bar the ones I used to use were around 3-4 ft long this is a gemmy bar.
Don't need one, haven't got one so bought one
Anyone know any good deals on balaclava to go with this?
Matt35624/05/2020 21:13

Silverline is not really known for heavy duty, durable products....I think …Silverline is not really known for heavy duty, durable products....I think it may snap sooner than the nail I will try to remove


Silver line are definitely cheap tools, but a lot of them are good value for what you get. There is one component to this, solid mild steel. Pretty sure it would be fine for 99% of people.
This is a nailbar
I don't buy them unless they are orange - Gordon Freeman
xenole24/05/2020 21:27

This one might be suitable for £3.99 …This one might be suitable for £3.99 ;)https://www.amazon.co.uk/HOOD-BALACLAVA-ACRYLIC-BLACK-HOLE/dp/B005HZ5ZFI/ref=sr_1_7?crid=2532940HTAEU4&dchild=1&keywords=balaclava&qid=1590352007&sprefix=bala,aps,166&sr=8-7


Perfect. Let me know your address so I can come and drop off your thank you card(excited) . Oh and it might be better if you are not around when I come due to the current social distancing measures.
Slim pickings at the moment due Lockdown.

Any deals on buy now, pay later......once I've done the job
Edited by: "exel1966" 24th May
AAB24/05/2020 21:23

Anyone know any good deals on balaclava to go with this?


Dominic left his property again, would you like his postcode?
They're waiting for you Gordon...in the test chamber.
Al3xander24/05/2020 21:27

I don't buy them unless they are orange - Gordon Freeman


I came here to see Half-Life references in the comment section and I am not disappointed.
Feels like I'm on crowbarsUK website. Heat.
grahamwill3924/05/2020 22:57

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I expect the poster had at least 96 reasons not to mention them !
Edited by: "exel1966" 24th May
Not a bad home protection device. Less conspicuous than a zombie knife or a bow gun.
No point in buying one of these as everyone is at home!
HorseBoxGuy24/05/2020 21:14

A crowbar is a straight bar with one end only slightly bent and sharpened …A crowbar is a straight bar with one end only slightly bent and sharpened into a beak. Often the beak is split, giving the tool its name from its resemblance to a crow’s foot.The tool with the much more pronounced hook on the end—designed for prying loose boards and drawing nails— may be considered a type of crowbar, but among people in construction and the hardware trade it is called a “wrecking bar.”


A risk of sounding like an episode of call my bluff, but it is apparently known as a cows foot in some countries, due to its resemblance to one, and I would think it is far more likely that the English name is a corruption of cow's foot.

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Edited by: "melted" 25th May
I don’t need wrecking bar, just HUKD and credit card.
melted25/05/2020 12:50

A risk of sounding like an episode of call my bluff, but it is apparently …A risk of sounding like an episode of call my bluff, but it is apparently known as a cows foot in some countries, due to its resemblance to one, and I would think it is far more likely that the English name is a corruption of cow's foot.[Image]


Like it said in my comment?
melted25/05/2020 13:48


My comment basically said “it gets its name because it looks like a crows foot” and you replied saying “actually, it’s because it looks like a crows foot”.
I came in like a wreeecking barrrr...
HorseBoxGuy25/05/2020 15:37

My comment basically said “it gets its name because it looks like a crows f …My comment basically said “it gets its name because it looks like a crows foot” and you replied saying “actually, it’s because it looks like a crows foot”.


Cow's foot.

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Edited by: "melted" 25th May
Everyone needs a crowbar but it has to be red!
melted25/05/2020 15:46

Cow's foot. [Image]


Ah, no, a cowbar has a bent back neck for leverage, so different shape again.

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Wre-eh-eh-ck me
Al3xander24/05/2020 21:27

I don't buy them unless they are orange - Gordon Freeman


Gordon you only ever use a red crowbar, but I must say an orange one would set off the HEV suit magnificently
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