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11 in. Nail Pulling Plier

  • Easily extract nails, staples, and other fasteners
  • Optimal grip on jaws for varied nail sizes
  • Forged steel construction for superior durability
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Product Details

Tackle your next project with the Crescent Nail Pulling Pliers, designed to pull finishing nails, floor staples, wire or coaxial staples, headed nails, brads, damaged fasteners, and pin nails. The dual handle makes it quick and easy to grip, roll, and remove nails or staples. The forged steel head and handles stand up to the rigors of any jobsite.
  • Excellent for removing damaged nails and fasteners
  • Roll bar allows you to pull nails with a smooth, low-effort action
  • Easily extract nails, regardless of their size
  • Functionality of the pliers allows you to remove nails from the front or the back
  • Plier teeth designed for an optimal grip on varied types of nails
  • Dual handles make it quick and easy to grip, roll, and remove nails or staples
  • Durable forged steel construction with rubber grips for comfort and control
  • Black-oxide finish resists corrosion
  • Dipped grips wipe clean easily
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From the Manufacturer



Dimensions: H 1.00 in, W 5.00 in, D 14.00 in


Handle Length (in.)11 inProduct Depth (in.)14.00 in
Product Height (in.)1.00 inProduct Width (in.)5.00 in


Case IncludedNoElectrical Tools FeaturesHandheld
Hand Tool TypeCutting PliersJaw Capacity (in.)2.5 in
Jaw Tip Size (in.)0.04 inJoint TypeAdjustable
Number of Functions2Number of Pieces1
Returnable90-DayTools Product TypeHand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyFull lifetime

Questions & Answers

Q:I don't understand?? The video show pulling nails that are already half way out which any pliers ...
by|Mar 2, 2019
10 Answers
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A:  Hi TomDig, you will need at least some of the nail or staple to grab on to, but the curved head is designed to pull them out with less effort than a standard plier.

by|May 5, 2019
    1 found this answer helpful

    A:  The tool has a curved side foot for easily prying the nail out. But you still have to get ahold of it first. You can start it with a cats paw or just use the catch’s paw to indent the wood far enough to grab the nail.

    by|Jan 9, 2022
      2 found this answer helpful

      A:  You do need a small amount of nail or staple to grab with the jaws of the pliers. These really shine with staples and nails that have had their heads break off. If you're pretty strong and persistent you can grab nails that are flush with the wood, like finishing nails. Much less effort is needed to pull large head nails like tar paper tacks, etc. I hope that gives you an idea of where these fit in your tool arsenal.

      by|Dec 8, 2022
        2 found this answer helpful

        A:  It's great for pulling nails and some small screws

        by|Mar 4, 2019

        A:  This is all about leverage. Longer handles give more leverage than an average pair of pliers and the pivot point on the jaws actually make them tighten on the nail the more you roll back on it. If a nail is hammered in, you'll have to get under it by removing some material but that would be true for any method of pulling a nail. These work really well, especially if you have a lot of nails to pull. A lot less fatiguing than pliers and a nice addition to a tool kit or bag.

        by|Sep 28, 2022
        3 found this answer helpful

        A:  You would have to expose a 1/8th to a 1/4 inch of the nail for this to work. I used a small prybar. This tool is great for demo but you would need to use caution when doing finish work.

        by|Mar 4, 2019

          A:  it is not a all nail puller tool, I find It very easy to pull nails especially the ones that have a small head or no head at all, like those of a nail gun, for those nails that are inserted very deep or flush with the wood a different kind of tool is needed, there are several models on the market, this is especially good for pulling slim nails like those found on trims

          by|May 1, 2019

            A:  It's shown pulling casing nails/finish nails completely through the wood, head and all.

            by|Sep 28, 2023

              A:  You do have to get the nail "out" a little bit but works way better than pliers for long thick nails..if your using it for small trim type nails then pliers will work but still not as well as this tool

              by|May 28, 2019

              A:  Not for digging nails out. The nail has to out far enough out to grab. Great tool for the intended purpose.

              by|Aug 22, 2019
              Q:Postage to Singapore
              by|Sep 4, 2016
              5 Answers
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              A:  This is a great tool, I am not up to date on regulations and international postage rates for shipping cost. Someone else is going to have to answer this question. I would think the simple way would be to mail order this item from the supplier and have it delivered to a Singapore address, they could take care of the paper work and quote you an actual delivered cost.

              by|May 4, 2023

              A:  Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately this product will not ship internationally. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.

              by|Sep 5, 2016

              A:  No

              by|Aug 18, 2020

                A:  check with FedExpress...

                by|May 5, 2023

                  A:  I honestly wouldn't have the slightest clue but I promise whatever it is, it's worth it.

                  by|Sep 20, 2022
                    1 found this answer helpful
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                    Customer Reviews

                    4.8 out of 5
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                    This nail puller was awesome. We used it to pull up thousand of narrow staples from our floor whe...
                    This nail puller was awesome. We used it to pull up thousand of narrow staples from our floor when we ripped up our old kitchen flooring to install a new one. We tried other tools but this one was the best. It is my favorite tool so far in the kitchen renovation project.
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                    Great product always delivers
                    Great product always delivers
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                    This product is much easier to use for removing carpet staples than plain pliers or channel lock...
                    This product is much easier to use for removing carpet staples than plain pliers or channel lock pliers which always seem to break the staple and one side is left in the wood causing a hazard if you miss it (ruined sand paper when sanding down to refinish). I used a piece of cardboard to protect the oak floor...yes there was a beautiful oak floor under the carpet! I tried to use it for removing the nail that holds down the tackless strip, but found that a 6" bar did a better job of first loosening the nail and once it was loose to grab the head with this tool. Check the tool before you buy it to make sure the jaw's teeth are aligned right & move straight, one pair at the store was a little loose and did not close straight.
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                    6 found this review helpful
                    The right tool for the job!
                    I bought this because I am replacing all the sheetrock in a mobile home. Before buying this I was using electricians' pliers to pull the countless staples used in attaching the trim and wall panels to the walls. Pliers work, but somewhat awkward to use. Staples in the walls about 4" apart and corners proved to be somewhat challenging to get the electrician's pliers into. Stumbled upon these looking for nipper type pliers to try and these simply work great for trim nails and staples! The rounded pivot area gives excellent rolling pivot and pulls out as you push the handles. The serrated jaws have excellent bite and combined with the long handles you have suburb gripping power. These work extremely well on the very small brads with almost no head that a hammer just cannot pull out. If there is about an 1/8" sticking out you can get a bite and pull the fastener out. As you are working straight out from the wall grasping and pulling the fasteners out there is much less fatigue using these than trying to use pliers. The small staples I have pulled with these are too small to use a hammer or small cats paw type puller on because the spacing between the staples is too close to get anything in between them. These however proved the idea tool. I removed sheetrock panels on a 4' wall on both sides and the staples are about 4" apart on every stud, so there were hundreds of them to remove in just 8 total feet of wall. All in all so far I have pulled 1000's of staples and brads with these after removing old sheetrock to replace it and these pliers have made a tedious job much easier and faster. They work much better than any other type of pliers I tried for my project. The occasional regular framing nail I have pulled with them has been no problem either, while not a crowbar these worked on 16 penny nails gripping and pulling them getting another bite lower down and repeating. Personally I think they are perfect for trim nails and staples that typically remain behind when what they are fastening down pulls thru when it is being removed.
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                    3 found this review helpful
                    This is by far the most bang for my buck as far as being perfect for the job at hand. I need to to remove hundreds and hundreds of nails from a 110 year old floor before refinishing. This tool is the perfect one for the job. Easy to use and very efficient.
                      This will pull old rusty nails from my deck easily
                      This will pull old rusty nails from my deck better than any other product I tried and I tried a lot of them. If a rusty nail is really difficult, I always use this tool. In the past, I would have to chisel out then use a pincer since the heads were gone, and still I could not get the nails out working on it for hours. With this tool, it takes less than a minute to pull a rusty old nail with no head from my deck,
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                        This tool works great for removing nails and staples. Now it’s part of my arsenal.
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                        Woked like a charm. Wish I knew about the tool before.
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                        Surprised at how well it worked in pulling out 2" long nails from an older pressure treated deck. Worth picking up if you have a bunch of stubborn nails to pull.
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