GP-18 geologist's bar graph .


A point side and a lever head. Forged from a single piece.
Weight 600g, length 457mm.

SKU code : 0034139 650010

The tool called " crowbar " is used to dig mines (cavities). The use of the crowbar extended to digging holes in hard earth. Drilling holes is not the only use of the crowbar: it can be used as a lever.

Remember to wear safety glasses.

GP18 - Estwing Geology Bar.

€55.69Price
  • The Estwing GP18 is a solid mine bar with tip and lever.
    One piece forged bar.
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    Blue anti-UV coating.
    ¤ High quality forged steel.
    ¤ Weight 20 oz = 567g
    ¤ Made in the USA
    # "The Number One" of geologists' tools.

  • For over 90 years, millions of satisfied customers have proven that estwing tools provide more value and satisfaction than other similar tools.
    estwing's warranty is not a lifetime warranty, however, Estwing fully warrants its hammers (all metal) against failure in normal use, but does not warrant its tools against misuse, abuse or wear.

Postage offered
from 100 €
(for France)

PRICE excl. VAT, additional shipping costs

WARNING
- See safety instructions
- Do not forget to wear safety glasses.

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Right of withdrawal: You have 14 calendar days to return the items to us in case they do not suit you.

Error in the order: You must notify us at the latest the day after receipt of the package that there is an error.
Refunds are made in the way you paid within 7 days of returning the merchandise.


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