Prying the lids off tiny shipping crates, opening incredibly small rusted doors, fending off hordes of action figure-sized zombies: the uses for this keychain-sized crowbar are endless. And for around $15 you can add it to your pocket toolbox and never find yourself struggling to pry open a tiny coffin again.
The Hultafors 209 adjustable wrecking bar features a nine-point articulated claw, a rubberized grip, and claims to optimize the everyman's nail-pulling experience. But does the crowbar design require improvement?
No, seriously, that's not the lead-in to a joke or anything. I'm genuinely curious as to why anyone would need to do demo work in the dark. Sure the Glowbar is cool with its high-carbon steel construction and Silicate-Aluminium-Oxide-based powder coating—allowing it to glow 10 times more brightly than other glowing…