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Staple Shark

Pull out cable staples with ease

(86 customer reviews)

Part #52455

Staple Shark

Pull out cable staples with ease

(86 customer reviews)

The Staple Shark is a dual-ended tool! One end is used for pulling out cable staples in one quick movement. The other end is a multi-purpose pry bar for popping out baseboards or pulling out nails. This unique tool provides easy staple pulling for any size of cable staple. It has multiple uses for just a simple tool: pull staples, hold staples in tight areas, speed square, pry bar, nail puller and even a bottle opener.

Part #52455

$13.99 CAD
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Features:

  • Made of hardened steel.
  • Includes a handy nail puller and pry bar for multi-purpose use.
  • Ruler for quick on the job measurements.
  • Use as a quick carpenter’s square.
  • Hammer staples into tight spots with the built in slots. 
  • Acts as a beer bottle opener at the end of the day.
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  1. John Powers

    John Powers

    You will love this tool

    Best tool I ever purchase for pulling vinyl staples. Would definitely buy it again

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  2. Benjamin C Henness

    Benjamin C Henness

    Best around

    Best staple puller on the market. Way easier than using dikes. I also recommend the smaller model.

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  3. Dan P

    Dan P

    Easiest and fastest way to remove wiring staples!

    I used this tool to remove staples holding Romex tightly to floor joists. It worked very fast without damaging the wire. GREAT PRODUCT!

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  4. Amanda

    Amanda

    Junk

    Pulled about thirty regular size electrical staples before it started to bend.

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  5. Ask me

    Ask me

    Doesn’t work for removing upholstery staples

    Had a great review so I ordered it, waste of $$$. Impossible to remove staples on dining chairs.

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  6. Dragonlord

    Dragonlord

    Best removal tool for wire staples

    Makes pulling wire staples easy. Have pulled staples that were hammered in about 30 years ago, with ease!Easy to lose track of so you should mark it somehow I:E florescent paint!Also arrived next day once shipped by ASL!

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  7. Almost Satisfied

    Almost Satisfied

    How did I live without this?

    I got this for a recent project re-wiring part of the garage and adding on to it. This bar worked great for pulling the existing romex staples! I had struggled in the past with a plain flat bar, needle nose pliers, water pump pliers, etc. and none of them ever worked well. This, just get the side barb under the staple beside the wire and push. That easy. Where has this been all of my life?

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  8. GB

    GB

    Five Stars

    Very handy tool. Get one if you work around electrical staples.

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