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Craftsman Professional 5 1/2 in Needle Nose Pliers - Sears 3.99

slickkmon 314 204 April 28, 2016 at 12:12 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Sears Deals
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not trying to TC but these are the biggest piece of junk I have ever used. I do own quality tools but use cheap tools around the house and these had so much flex they were useless. First time I just threw away a tool. Tweezers work better than these.
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Quote from nullkill View Post :
not trying to TC but these are the biggest piece of junk I have ever used. I do own quality tools but use cheap tools around the house and these had so much flex they were useless. First time I just threw away a tool. Tweezers work better than these.
thanks for your opinion
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I have some SYWR points to burn so what the heck. I'm in for one; thanks OP.

They seem decent enough for the price and I could always use a pair of backup pliers...
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not that I need this, but Im losing some points on 4/30 if I dont use, so in for 1. Thanks op for saving my points.
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You guys are going to be disappointed, these are Harbor Freight quality at best. The HF pliers have nicer grips than these.
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some points expiring today.
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Quote from Bdiddy37 View Post :
You guys are going to be disappointed, these are Harbor Freight quality at best. The HF pliers have nicer grips than these.
free is free with points.
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Quote from slickkmon View Post :
thanks for your opinion
why would you thank him? dude was being a tool
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Quote from racebum View Post :
why would you thank him? dude was being a tool
no shit. haha. it's called being a smartass.
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why would you thank him? dude was being a tool
pun intended? lol
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I bought these and they're junk. They twist if you use the slightest bit of pressure to turn something.
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pun intended? lol
was wondering if anyone would catch that Big Grin
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I bought these and they're junk. They twist if you use the slightest bit of pressure to turn something.

you're using the tool incorrectly. mini needle nose are designed to be a grab and pull plier on small light objects. even a higher end US or european made tool steel pair will flex simply because there is very little metal and a longer snout

if you need to do any twisting and require a needle nose you should move up to your 7" 9" or 11" pair
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direct web link [sears.com], if anyone need it...
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