Ro-Man Pork Puller

For this week’s review I was sent the Ro-Man Pork Puller from Rob Mandeville, owner of the Ro-Man Pork Puller Co.

The Ro-Man Pork Puller is made of solid stainless steel. It’s around 14 inches long and the disc is 5 inches wide with 6 welded 2 inch long spikes.

The shaft of the Ro-Man Pork Puller fits into a standard power drill. Once attached to your power drill it can pull a pork butt in as little as 6 seconds. 

Below is a demo video of the Ro-Man Pork Puller in action:

Final Thoughts

I am simply amazed and just can’t believe how easy the Ro-Man Pork Puller was to use. I noticed after using the Ro-Man Pork Puller that this 7lb pork butt was pulled much faster and there was so much less waste that I could make better use of the finished product.

The Ro-Man Pork Puller would be a very efficient tool for those that have a lot of pork butts to pull, like a Caterer/Vendor. I am not sure if this would be the best product for competition since it shreds the pork a little finer then some might like. This may also be a little overkill for use by your typical backyard griller like myself, but I can tell you I will never go back to using those Bear Paws again after using this simple, yet amazing product!

The cost of the Ro-Man Pork Puller including shipping is $67.95. This may be a sticking point for some people, but if you cook a lot of pork butts it’s well worth the price. It’s also American Made, which is always a plus in my book!

Last thing I want to point out is that I highly recommend using a corded power drill with the Ro-Man Pork Puller. The reason being you might have to work the trigger of your drill quite a bit if you are pulling any large amounts of pork, which could kill your battery faster. I also tried using a cordless 18v Black & Decker and let’s just say the Ro-Man Pork Puller wouldn’t even spin when I placed it in the pork butt to pull it.

For more information on the Ro-Man Pork Puller please visit their Website.

Make sure to check back next week for another great BBQ Tools & Tech Review!

Thanks!
Jay Prince
@Prince_of_Q

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Comments

  1. Had mine for a couple years now and LOVE it. Bought a drill just for use with it instead of using my shop drills. Doesn’t matter if it’s scalding hot inside or how many cases I need to pull now.Thanks to Mr. Mandeville!

    • It really is a great tool to have! No more burning my hands while pulling hot pork butts ;)Plus you really can’t beat how fast it pulls them either. Thanks for leaving a comment Jason!

  2. Awesome video. I love anything that makes our lives Easy Peasy. The Ro-Man looks incredibly user friendly and effective. Thanks for sharing your feedback Jay!

    Dave
    easypeasyfoods.com/blog

  3. morley hansen says:

    The pork puller that I had did not work all that great. The set screws did not hold the shaft and kept stipping. Had to take it to someone to weld solid which cost me another fifty.

    • Hi morley hansen! Thanks for leaving a comment. I am guessing you have an older version of the Pork Puller. My review was done on the newest version which everything on it has been welded together. Did you contact the owner Rob when you had that issue with your version? He is very good about helping people out if they have any issues with their Pork Puller. Let me know on that.

      Thanks,

      Jay

  4. danny eubanks says:

    The Pork Puller works as adversities. I never have any problems out of the pork puller. Recommend the pork puller to all my friends and Rob stand behind his product. I can take 10 Boston Butts and within 30 minutes; they are all chopped and in the freezer bags.
    danny

  5. I have owned the all stainless steel Ro-Man for a couple years and do a lot of butts on a Webber bullet smoker. If you push the temp. to 195 or 200 you will not believe how well this does. It takes me maybe 10 or 12 seconds per butt with a drill that runs on high speed. Low speed does not work as well. I just have a Dewalt cordless that has two speeds. I have recommended this to 8 or 10 folks and not a one can believe how simple this dreadful task has become.
    Billy

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