Klutch Heavy-Duty Dent Puller
great suction on smooth surface
This item has very good holding power for very smooth surfaces. It did not remove the dent as well as I had hoped but it has become a handy tool around the shop. I should have gotten two.
April 21, 2014
A good puller for mid to large dents
If you need to pull a medium to large dent (over 5" to under 12"), this is the puller for you. Good suction and grip and then you pull straight back. Should pop out with minimal effort and with no need to re-spray. I've used it to pull out several fenders, hood and roof dents. Once pulled, you can't tell the dent was there. Make sure you cup all the way down on the tool before pulling to get the most effective action from it.
April 26, 2013
Too big for section of the metal pulled
Ensure that suction cup will fit over the section where you need the dent pulled. This device did not work where I needed it.
October 15, 2012
I bought this to fix a big dent in my daughter's car, I pulled it and it popped out perfectly, no need for painting or anything else.
August 20, 2012
this is a well built product tough and durable will last me years it also works well on glass and mirrors holding installing etc
May 7, 2012
Just pop it out!
I bought my daughter a used car, which had a couple small roundish shallow indentations. Noticing there were no creases in the sheet metal, I figured I could do it. It was well worth the time and effort. The uneven superficial appearance pulled back into the surrounding surface to make an even
Look again. Works great.
January 16, 2012
not so good
This product did not perform as advertised. It doesn't generate enough suction to do the job.
June 13, 2011
the little engine that couldn't
I was really hoping that this suction based puller could pull a large dent out of a Chevy Tahoe. I cleaned the surface of the vehicle and tried the puller both with the surface dry and then with it wet. In all cases the suction was not great enough to overcome the pulling power I was using to try an pull out the dent. I was not loosing suction due to creases in the metal, the suction was lost due to pulling force. I suspect that the resistance imposed by the thickness of the metal was too much for this little guy to overcome. Was worth a shot.
June 24, 2010
Don't expect miracles from this little suction cup, but it will certainly pull minor dents.
May 24, 2010
When used properly this tool performs exactly as publicized. Suction can be increased by simply applying a small amount of water to the suction cup. As with any suction device, it works best on completely flat surface. When dealing with a crease in the bodywork suction is hard to obtain. As stated before, the device works perfectly when used properly. Excellent product! Saved me $680 in expected bodywork repair.
March 10, 2010