An innovative 8-in-1 powerhouse to help you through the most challenging tasks.
An innovative 8-in-1 powerhouse to help you through the most challenging tasks. This all-new Stanley tool is designed by responders for forcible entry, vehicle extrication, hose and hydrant work, and extreme demolition. Forged from one solid piece of steel for unmatched durability, and heat treated to reduce chipping. It’s ripping hook, toothed board jaws, and tempered striking face can tear through most materials with surprising speed…and satisfying ease.
- One piece forged steel bar for increased durability
- Heat treated and tempered striking face prevents chipping
- Flame-resistant aluminum grips are durable and lightweight
- Carabiner holes for easy attachment of shoulder strap
- Hi-visibility 3M™ Scotchlite™ trim enhances visibility
- Available in 18" or 30" lengths
8 tools in 1:
- Demolition head
- Gas shut-off feature
- Spanner wrench
- Pry bar for ripping
- Hydrant wrench
- 2nd tier board jaw also fits square hydrant nuts
- Board jaw sized specifically for grabbing common dimensional lumber
- Beveled nail slot for pulling & prying nails
Two sizes. To suit your mission and preference. At 30 inches long, and 9 lbs., the larger FUBAR can direct all your power for maximum effect. The smaller 18-inch, 5 lb. model is more portable and pack-able, but it delivers a punch that puts larger demolition tools to shame. Each can be carried in a standard tool loop. The flame-resistant segmented grips have high-visibility reflective inlays that make it easier to find in any light. They’re light weight, durable, and easy to hold onto, even with heavy gloves. Good thing, too…because this is one tool you won’t want to let go.
Recipient of Popular Science
"Best of What's New, 2008" Award.
"I broke out the FuBar, a new kind of hammer with an appetite for destruction, because the chicken-wire-like backing on my friend’s plaster walls was dulling my reciprocating saw blades like they were made of wax. Stanley designed the tool because today’s contractors use hammers mostly to break stuff—they drive nails with pneumatic guns. The FuBar’s square head and tapered edge tore huge holes in the walls, and the toothed jaws wrenched studs so forcefully I swear I heard the wood cry out in pain."
Popular Science, POPSCI Best of What’s New, 2008.