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What weighs just nine ounces but can lift a sheet of plywood or drywall with a single bound? The Pocket Kicker II can!  Another one of those “why didn’t I think of that” ideas, the Pocket Kicker will not only lift panels of all sorts, it’ll trim and rasp drywall, and it also works as a prying tool.

The Pocket Kicker II will lift up to twelve-foot sheets of drywall with ease.  Measuring just 6-1/2″ long, it’ll fit in almost any toolbox, tool pouch, or even your back pocket.  The rasp portion located in the handle helps clean up drywall edges. In short, this tool will allow you to be a one-person sheet-hanging fool.

The Pocket Kicker by Diversified Tools sells for about $13.

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2 Responses to The Pocket Kicker II

  1. Bill says:

    I use a flatbar and a 2×4.

  2. Bob The Drywall Guy says:

    Thank you!

    The toe lifter is one of the most irritating tools to a) keep track of, and b) carry around.
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    Not to mention they usually run about $40.

    I’m checking this thing out! It might not totally replace my toe-lifter, but if it can sit in my tool belt, it’s certainly going to see some serious action.

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