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Knipex 7-inch Pliers Wrench - Comfort Grip - $32.51

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Cobra Quickset and Pliers Wrench are Must have GREAT DEALS.
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Knipex tools are awesome! I wanted the cobra pliers, but the codes are only for first time buyers.
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Cobra Quickset and Pliers Wrench are Must have GREAT DEALS.
The last one on the list?
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The last one on the list?
Yes. This price is cheaper then the lower quality knipex 10" alligators, and the cobras are nicer to use.
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Note the model number and picture of the 10" Cobras are NOT the quickset. The title states quickset, but model number listed and picture shown are NOT. 87 01 250 are standard cobra slip joints. 87 21 250 would be the quickset. Still a good deal though. With the quickset you don't have to press the button to adjust the jaws closed. Depending on the user, this feature is either a blessing or curse. I prefer standard cobra s.
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Sweet deal op. I haven't used the cobra much but I love the needle nose (and linesman), high quality, good grip and thin to get into hard to reach places.
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Note the model number and picture of the 10" Cobras are NOT the quickset. The title states quickset, but model number listed and picture shown are NOT. 87 01 250 are standard cobra slip joints. 87 21 250 would be the quickset. Still a good deal though. With the quickset you don't have to press the button to adjust the jaws closed. Depending on the user, this feature is either a blessing or curse. I prefer standard cobra s.
Never knew these existed but man are they expensive.
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Never knew these existed but man are they expensive.
I didn't either a few years ago. Then tried one, which made me buy one... and then another and another and so on. Sold most my other tools since I found I only go to these now. They're addicting. Or maybe I just have a problem.
Either way, if starting, first buy 7" and 10" then branch out. (if needed - or, remember my problem I mentioned...)
I can't even explain how much stupid fun their mini 5" Cobras and pliers wrenches are. But price vs size on those, well, WOW.
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I didn't either a few years ago. Then tried one, which made me buy one... and then another and another and so on. Sold most my other tools since I found I only go to these now. They're addicting. Or maybe I just have a problem.
Either way, if starting, first buy 7" and 10" then branch out. (if needed - or, remember my problem I mentioned...)
I can't even explain how much stupid fun their mini 5" Cobras and pliers wrenches are. But price vs size on those, well, WOW.
Ya I'm looking at them still. I have all these tools already but these sure look awesome.
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People rave about the Pliers wrench, but I wasn't that impressed. The only thing I like them for is brass fittings (regulators, etc).

I threw them in my tool bag for the odd times I need them. I wanted another for home but didn't want to spend the money. Found the Channellock 415s, wish I would've just bought two pairs of these in the first place and saved money.

https://www.amazon.com/Channelloc...dpSrc=srch
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5.99 for shipping?
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People rave about the Pliers wrench, but I wasn't that impressed. The only thing I like them for is brass fittings (regulators, etc).

I threw them in my tool bag for the odd times I need them. I wanted another for home but didn't want to spend the money. Found the Channellock 415s, wish I would've just bought two pairs of these in the first place and saved money.

https://www.amazon.com/Channelloc...dpSrc=srch
yeah same here, the pliers wrench is not very smooth when adjusting and I don't use it nearly as much as I expected to after hearing all the hype.
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Don't get it... really expensive. Not sure what's the difference between these and cheaper alternatives
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Don't get it... really expensive. Not sure what's the difference between these and cheaper alternatives
Use it and you'll see the difference. Just like for me personally when I upgraded to a $28 set of rubber, ergo grip Wiha and Wera screwdrivers. And expensive in relation to what? Buy one and it'll last forever.
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