WARN 885005 PullzAll 24V Cordless Electric Pulling Tool

When work takes you to more remote locations, bring the mechanical muscle of the portable, cordless PullzAll with you. From tough tasks like pulling pipe to stretching wire fence, you’ll come to count on PullzAll to get the job done quickly and effortlessly. You could say the color of versatility on the job is PullzAll red. Comes with two batteries and charger. The PullzAll has a variable-speed control trigger with a forward and reverse control button allowing for exact movements. At 18 lbs. PullzAll is easy to use and portable. Wire rope measures 15′ by 7/32″ and includes a swiveling anchor hook for a secure hold. An LED load indicator provides user feedback during lifting/pulling, and an electronic load limiter prevents overloading. Also available in a corded AC model: WARN 885000

Product Features

  • Lifts or pulls up to 1,000 pounds
  • Cordless 24 volt version is great for use in the field
  • Includes two battery packs with charger;15 Feet Of Durable Wire Rope.
  • LED load indicator
  • Takes you to remote locations and brings the mechanical muscle

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3 Responses to WARN 885005 PullzAll 24V Cordless Electric Pulling Tool

  1. Anonymous says:

    Quality is Horrible! Warn needs to investigate the poor quality of the products they are producing. I’ve owned the orange colored PullzAll for years and its been a great product. But I’ve ordered two of these Red ones for my shop and both were poorly made and failed during the first use.You can tell as soon as you open the product that its not built as well as the older units. The trigger and direction switches are loose and flop around in the handle. The last one I received went in and out opposite of…

  2. Anonymous says:

    I would have given it five stars. I bought this because Warn is a good name. I am a mechanical contractor and needed a hoist to remove boiler sections up stairs out of a boiler room. Sections were 300-500 lbs each. I strapped them to a dolly and pulled them up the stairs. I realize there is a cool down period required but I didn’t have time for that. So I told my guys to run it as hard as they could. IT PERFORMED as I hoped it would. However, the unit quit the next week while bringing the new boilers in. So I opened it up and…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Not impressed