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Amazon.com has (as an Add-on Item): Irwin Vise-Grip 6" Diagonal Cutting Pliers (2078306) for $4.32. Shipping is free w/ the $25 minimum that is required for this Add-on item. Thanks Cookie21


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Durable nickel chromium steel construction
ProTouch grips provide extra comfort and reduces hand fatigue
Induction hardened cutting edge stays sharper, longer
Machined jaws for maximum gripping strength
Meets or exceeds ANSI specifications
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|| Size || Price || Regular || % off
Tekton [amazon.com] || 4" || $5.77 || $5.77 || 0%
Irwin [amazon.com] || 6" || $4.32 || $7.64 || 43%
Stanley [amazon.com] || 6" || $2.17 || $5.35 || 59%
Stanley [amazon.com] || 7" || $3.23 || $6.42 || 50%
Stanley || || || ||
compound [amzon.com] || 8" || $7.97 || $9.82 || 19%
Stanley || || || ||
linesman [amzon.com] || 8" || $4.81 || $7.81 || 38%
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  Size   Price   Regular   % off
Tekton [amazon.com]   4"   $5.77   $5.77   0%
Irwin [amazon.com]   6"   $4.32   $7.64   43%
Stanley [amazon.com]   6"   $2.17   $5.35   59%
Stanley [amazon.com]   7"   $3.23   $6.42   50%
Stanley        
compound [amzon.com]   8"   $7.97   $9.82   19%
Stanley        
linesman [amzon.com]   8"   $4.81   $7.81   38%

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From November 15,2017, through December 24, 2017, spend $50 on select STANLEY tools and receive $10 off when shipped and sold by Amazon. Discount automatically applied at checkout. Here's how (restrictions apply)
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Tried checking out on Walmart.com and they're already sold out.
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It let me get all the way through checkout and then told me they were sold out at Wal-Mart.

Was able to get at Amazon though. Good deal thanks OP
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Got the Stanley for $2.30 from amazon. Is this better?
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Got the Stanley for $2.30 from amazon. Is this better?
I don't know about the stanley but the critical reviews of the Irwin focus on the size (smaller than appears in photo, which has no reference), some mention no spring-back mechanism to keep them open between cuts.

All of these are probably the same in that you'll need more expensive cutters to get super clean cuts that some people need for certain applications.

I use the Tekton version to cut esophagus jerky dog treats (the thickness of slim jims) and was surprised to find they don't exactly slice through them like butter. But they are just fine for cutting solder and 18 gauge wire from a spool, at least for my amateur purposes.

Personally I'm only going to purchase the Stanley, and only as a filler to get to the $10 off $50 stanley promotion. I quoted the code in the second post.
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Dead at walmart. Ordered as add on item at Amazon
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I'm a bit spatially challenged, so can anyone answer whether these are suitable for electronics work, e.g. cutting small gauge wire and component leads in the 18-30AWG range, with and without insulation? Or are they a bit large for that?
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Thank you Steve and op
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I'm a bit spatially challenged, so can anyone answer whether these are suitable for electronics work, e.g. cutting small gauge wire and component leads in the 18-30AWG range, with and without insulation? Or are they a bit large for that?
I deal with small gauge wire all the time. These should be good for when you need to cut several at once. But for most stripping and single wire cuts I use scissors. Hope that helps.
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I deal with small gauge wire all the time. These should be good for when you need to cut several at once. But for most stripping and single wire cuts I use scissors. Hope that helps.
I'm more interested in being able to cut soldered excess wire and leads in the 22-30AWG range, and very rarely going down to 18-20. They need to be precise and fit into tight spaces, not just cut loose wire.
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