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10" Stanley Bi-Material Groove Joint Pliers EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 10" Stanley Bi-Material Groove Joint Pliers (84-024) on sale for $3.60. Select free store pickup, otherwise shipping is free w/ orders $35+. Thanks blucht

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• Adjustable-width jaw designed for grasping and turning
• Used for plumbing, automotive and general applications
• Rust-resistant chrome finish
• Machined jaws help grip items securely
• Limited Lifetime Warranty

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I bought a pair of Stanley groove joint pliers recently and was astonished at how awful they were. They would slip out of joint with even moderate pressure, thereby unable to do the one job they're supposed to do. Can't recommend.
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Same price, Amazon. Add-On item: https://www.amazon.com/Stanley-84...B000NNFSKG
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I bought a pair of Stanley groove joint pliers recently and was astonished at how awful they were. They would slip out of joint with even moderate pressure, thereby unable to do the one job they're supposed to do. Can't recommend.
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I bought a pair of Stanley groove joint pliers recently and was astonished at how awful they were. They would slip out of joint with even moderate pressure, thereby unable to do the one job they're supposed to do. Can't recommend.
Do you have a suggestion for a similarly priced alternative?
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Harbor Freight Doyle brand. I bought some in a pinch for a service call I was in and they are just as but as good as my USA made brands pliers.
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These pliers come in handy when working around the house.
Not if they constantly slip
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I bought a pair of Stanley groove joint pliers recently and was astonished at how awful they were. They would slip out of joint with even moderate pressure, thereby unable to do the one job they're supposed to do. Can't recommend.
This. I returned mine one day after I bought it. Slips out very easily and not worth the hassle. Bought the Channellock for $11 and much happier, saves unnecessary foul language down the line when trying to do a simple job. Smilie
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If you are in need of pliers then pass on these. They'll let you down when you need them the most, my previous pair are laying along side I95 somewhere in SC where they'll never let me down again!
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I purchased these about a year ago for house work. Worked just fine for me. If "job site" is a term in your vocabulary, I can't imagine why you'd buy these. These simply weren't made for that type of stress, and the price point clearly supports this.
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