Few tools have as many practical applications as a pry bar. The mechanical advantages of the leverage that can be generated with a pry tool makes it the perfect implement for a variety of everyday tasks. Unfortunately, a standard crowbar isn’t the most convenient tool to carry around. Not only is it heavy and cumbersome, but lugging around a crowbar can also give onlookers the wrong impression about your intentions.
Thankfully, the advent and evolution of multi-tools has gradually led to the incorporation of miniature pry bars into a vast selection of everyday-carry tools. Although they’re limited in scope compared to their big brothers, mini pry bars can be used to pry open windows and interior doors, break glass, force open security gates, wedge car doors, open cabinets and lock boxes, and pry containers. They can also be used to perform more mundane tasks like opening beer and soda cans, removing staples, lifting nails, and tightening screws. When integrated into a multi-tool platform, their usefulness is expanded even further.
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