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HOME DEPOT YMMV CLEARANCE ** Klein Tools All Purpose Pliers for $12.03, normally $44.93 In store Only

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Mostly sold out but a good deal on a very nice set of pliers. In store only deal

home depot item number 1001353177
brickseek item number 205958018
Model J2068CSEN

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.....so, I'm not a tools person per se, but I have bought/own pliers. Regular price 44.93?!!! Wtf do these issue forth gold coins or something when snapped?
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My store hit this price and sold out weeks ago. I missed it.
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.....so, I'm not a tools person per se, but I have bought/own pliers. Regular price 44.93?!!! Wtf do these issue forth gold coins or something when snapped?
They are def overpriced but they are nice and just feel great in the hand. Needle nose plier tips and wire strippers and cutters. Lost mine on a job site somewhere I'll pick them up if I see em at this price but not paying full price again like b4
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Nice! These look like great fishing pliers... Except for the wire stripper haha
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These aren't 45 dollar regular price
Yeah the are. They were $45 at my store before they started clearancing them. I would never pay that much, but Klein is geared towards slightly more professional-quality electrician market.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Klein.../205958018
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00J46PC2W

Unfortunately for me, somebody bought all of them when they were $26 and I was waiting for them to drop again.

There's also other clearance Klien tools, including passthrough nut drivers, some bits and other stuff.
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TU and repped. What I cannot understand is TDs from people who have absolutely no clue. This is great product at hot price. If I have chance tomorrow would buy w/o second thought. Yes, I know very few people can appreciate the value of this deal, but if you are not one of them just move on.
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.....so, I'm not a tools person per se, but I have bought/own pliers. Regular price 44.93?!!! Wtf do these issue forth gold coins or something when snapped?
Good for pulling gold teeth
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Ymmv - Frown
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My Home Depot still has them full price. Should I set up a tent and wait in the aisle?
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Bought these last Thursday at 12.03 for all my guys. No one likes how they stay opened and didn't have a lock to keep them closed. For pliers and cutters they work, don't really care for the strippers on them though.
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These things are great, all be it expensive. Recommended for anyone who makes money pulling wire, but doesn't replace the stamped wire strippers. Milwaukee makes a version off these that some prefer, if you like China.
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No one likes how they stay opened and didn't have a lock to keep them closed.
I got used to this pretty quickly and had it to muscle memory after a couple of weeks. They fit better in the belt where a needle nose used to live. That being said these all in ones would never replace ideal t-strippers.
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.....so, I'm not a tools person per se, but I have bought/own pliers. Regular price 44.93?!!! Wtf do these issue forth gold coins or something when snapped?
Most electricians like these but if you don't use tools daily then these won't be worth investing in for you.
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