Parallel Jaw Plier, Chain Nose with Tapered Jaws

$19.95 USD
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Parallel Jaw Pliers Hold Like No Others


These pliers have a special hinge that holds the jaws parallel to each other. So, objects being held won't slip out of your grasp like they do with standard plier's angled jaws. Smooth-faced jaws won't mar, and the double-jointed hinge exerts a vise-like grip with easy hand pressure. In a pinch, you can also use these pliers to grasp hex-head bolts without damage. Made of nickel-plated steel with blackened steel jaws. Chain nose with tapered jaws and 3/32 inch wide tips. Grip range 0 to 5/16 inch; overall length 5 inches.

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Brand: Micro-Mark

Item Weight: 0.25 lb

Item Dimensions: 6 x 3 x 1 inches

List Price: $25

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Most orders are shipped complete within 2 business days; however, if we must ship a partial order due to an out-of-stock situation, merchandise will not be charged to your credit card until shipment is made.

We hope you will be completely satisfied with your order...but, if an item does not meet your expectations, you may return it in as-new condition within 30 days of delivery for a replacement, exchange or refund of the purchase price.

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Christopher Kloiber
Nice pliers

These are much nicer than I expected, and the handles are pretty stout for hobby use (I expected the handles to be much thinner than they are, which is good because they don't feel flimsy). I didn't find any origin markings but I expect these are imported. The only negative I had is that they were stiff out of the package and had some rust on the jaws beneath the handle leaves. I lubed them liberally with oil and worked them for a few minutes and they have loosed up now, but they are still bleeding a bit of the corrosion as it works loose. The exposed parts of the tools didn't have any rust.

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