I added this to my existing set of Craftsman pry bars from 10 years ago, this is better made than them and about 1/4 the price of one the same size off my buddy's white with red letters tool truck.
I've had this pry bar for several months now and have used it and the set of three pry bars that go with it Item# 00943395000P. Firsts off the pros: They're made in the USA, and you can't beat the price. (Buy them on sale. They are on sale all the time.) They flex but so far haven't bent. And they have stricking caps. The Cons: They have a textured handle that once you get oil and grease on them they don't come clean. Two of mine now have grey/black handles. I have an older set of craftsman pry bars with the smooth red plastic handles Item#00943278000P. They clean up very easily and despite the abuse they've taken they look better then the new ones. The new stricking cap pry bars are not painted or protected in any way. Mine immediately had surface rust on the shafts. This can be fixed with a quick coat of spray paint. But what I really don't like about them and why they only got two stars is the striking cap. It is not connected to the shaft of the pry bar. It is merely a cap attached to the plastic handle. If you hammer on them to hard the handle will slide down the pry bar.(One of mine is now shorter then it was the day I bought it.) After noticing this I checked all of them with an ohmmeter and none of the caps are connected to the shaft.
seems to be a solid sturdy pry bar doesnt seem to flex and the strike cap is an excellent feature
This pry bar has a plastic handle and is superb for general use. If you need an industrial pry bar I suggest you get an all metal tool.