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Ace Hardware has the Stanley Wonder Bar Pry Bar (12-3/4") on sale for $4.99. Free curbside or store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks steve501
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Ace has the Stanley Wonder Bar 12-3/4 in. Pry Bar 1 pc. on sale for 4.99 with free store pickup

https://www.acehardware.com/depar...ord=679907
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This thing is pretty awesome. Just thought I would let everyone know.
Used to work maintenance and this tool took a beating like no other while I broke many other pry bars. Definitely worth 5 bucks.

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This thing is pretty awesome. Just thought I would let everyone know.
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I own one of these for work and it's been taken through hell and back while still holding up wonderfully.
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Can confirm that this thing kicks ass. I demo'ed most of my condo with this and the Husky painter's tool from HD. Both held up amazingly
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Perfect for tucking in the edges of artificial grass as well. Mine is still going strong after so many projects.
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Is this length good enough or should I get something longer for better leverage?
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When I first saw this, I thought it said Stevie Wonderbar
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Used to work maintenance and this tool took a beating like no other while I broke many other pry bars. Definitely worth 5 bucks.
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Is this length good enough or should I get something longer for better leverage?
Depends what you need it for. I used it to leverage fire doors (heavy suckers) while I installed the hinges, prying up nails and boards...worked great. I wouldn't want it for trying to roll a log or anything.
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Is this better than the Vaughn Stubby bar?
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How tapered are the edges?

I need two of them to get pavers in an old patio removed for releveling and the pavers are very close together so I need something pretty thin to get in between. I had used my neighbors pry bars before that seemed to work fairly well.
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Anyone know regular price?
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Anyone know regular price?
Looks like $9-15 around the internet
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