When you see the name PALLET MONSTER you are getting the original high quality pallet tool!
Don't be fooled! When I designed my pallet tool 3 years ago, there was only 1 other design being sold here. About 8 months after my sales the copy caters started coming out of the wood work! If you want the original that works, You are here!
I use 3/8" thick COLD ROLLED STEEL (1018) for the prying ends.
I dont use the WEAKER Hot rolled MILD steel (A36) that others are using. Even the ones using 1/2".
A36 hot rolled vs 1018 cold rolled steel comparison chart in pictures.
When you get to the stronger pallets with the twisted shank nails, You will need MY much STRONGER pallet tool.
I use pipe where the tool will pivot on the pallet. This makes it easier on the operator. Common sense should tell you using flat bar or square tubing is a BIG NO NO.
Please zoom in on the pictures and see the quality welds and how all the steel edges are are sanded instead of leaving them sharp. I am an honest person and I take pride in every pallet tool I build.
Every single pallet tool is made by me personally. I have been a welder / fabricator for over 20 years.
Here is a tip when buying anything that's been welded. If the weld looks like a "worm", the weld is likely undercut and is not a good weld.
You will NOT bend this tool breaking down pallets.
*How I came up with this GREAT tool.* I brought home a bunch of pallets to take apart and build a chicken coop. I started with a hammer and a crow bar and soon found out this was not an easy task. After a few designs and many tweaks, This great pallet tool was born. I then decided to make and sell these, since I new other people out there were probably having the same problem. I wonder how others came up with theirs? Hmmmmm....
Please look at my feedback with all the happy customers!!
I have tested and tweaked my design to remove boards with minimal to no cracking. My pallet tool is designed to save boards, not just rip them apart. With well over 3,000 pallet tools sold, I must be doing something right :-)
BRAND NEW USA steel.
By bolting the handle on, you wont need to worry about threads breaking or re- tightening a bolt that may come loose. You simply drill your handle once, put in the bolt, tighten the nut and you are done.
Bolt and lock nut included.
Due to the price of shipping, You will need to add your own 1" handle. (you will need to drill a hole through the handle
Painted with Rustoleom spray can primer and black paint.
Once again, you are buying whats in the picture only. NO HANDLE.
Suggested handle and drilling instructions are sent in the box.
Please note: This is a stock photo of what you are buying. Since these are handmade, there may be a very slight difference in appearance. All dimensions are the same.
Please ask any questions before buying
Please use this pallet tool responsibly.
Weighs 4 lbs 4 oz.
FREE USPS PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING
Thank you for looking and have a great day!
Jun 8, 2018 by JENNIFER SMITH
Purchased the pallet monster to assist on deconstructing pallets for a few projects. Received the product in an incredibly timely manner. Purchased a black pipe from Lowe’s and drilled a hole into it for the handle. This thing works perfectly! Makes deconstructing pallets a 10 minute job instead of a 2 hour job
Apr 10, 2018 by Charity Burt
I like supporting a knowledgeable and thorough small American business person which is why I ordered here rather than buying via BigBox store, etc. The breaker comes with instructions and guidance and is clearly well made. I will buy the black pipe for a handle and I have many pallets to bust up. Thanks!
Apr 1, 2018 by Phil Lord
Great job, works great!! Thanks, fast shipping.
Mar 15, 2018 by ajaxharris
I have tried many different knuckle busting methods to break up pallets over the years, but this is by far the easiest method! It's not perfect as some boards are a little thin and as anyone who has broken up pallets before knows the twist nails are very difficult to remove so sometimes the nails pull through the boards or the boards break but this would happen with almost any method used to tear apart the pallets. Using the Pallet Monster conservatively reduces the time (and effort) it takes me break up a pallet to about a third to a quarter of the time using other methods.