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Knipex 8801250, 10-Inch Alligator Pliers 21.34, 7 1/4 inch 20.00 at Amazon $21.34

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Amazon has the Knipex Alligator pliers on sale for 21.34 for a 10 inch, or 20.00 for the 7 1/4. This is about 75 cents higher than last weeks FP deal (which sold out). Free shipping with Prime (or a 35 + purchase).

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My channel locks are falling apart, because its cheap off brand crud. Thanks. hopefully will never need another pair.
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My channel locks are falling apart, because its cheap off brand crud. Thanks. hopefully will never need another pair.
You never will!
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Don't buy Alligator. Buy the Cobra.
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Don't buy Alligator. Buy the Cobra.
I use the Cobra at work and it's great. Feels nice and the locking pushbutton has ruined using any other channel lock pliers for me
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Don't buy Alligator. Buy the Cobra.
I'm glad you said that. What are the differences between the two?
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Not sure of the hate for Knipex, but as a professional tech, I have been using Knipex for about 15 years. Never a single problem with them, have never had to replace them and are in my opinion far superior than the equivalent channel-lock.

If the hate is for the fact that they are non-us brand, well I guess, you will have to decide if that means they are better, or you are just supporting the U.S.
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I'm glad you said that. What are the differences between the two?
Locking mechanism. The Cobra uses a push button to set the Jaws and locks in place and has finer adjustments, the Alligator uses notches which don't lock.
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You never will!
I've worn out a few pairs of knipex
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Don't buy Alligator. Buy the Cobra.
are they $10 better?
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I'm glad you said that. What are the differences between the two?
The cobra push button allows finer adjustment and you can stand on them when locked on a pipe. (the company did a demo and it's on YouTube, I've tried it and I'm a big guy. It works)
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are they $10 better?
Yes. Yes they are.
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Not sure of the hate for Knipex, but as a professional tech, I have been using Knipex for about 15 years. Never a single problem with them, have never had to replace them and are in my opinion far superior than the equivalent channel-lock.

If the hate is for the fact that they are non-us brand, well I guess, you will have to decide if that means they are better, or you are just supporting the U.S.
Maybe people don't like the price? It was a little cheaper on July 31
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I've heard great things about these. Which ones are best suited for auto (not truck) work, and for what kinds of applications?
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are they $10 better?
Yes, absolutely!
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