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Klein Tools 9" High Leverage Pliers (D213-9NE) EXPIRED

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Woot.com has the Klein Tools D213-9NE High Leverage Pliers, 9-Inch Side Cutters for $20. The usual Woot.com shipping charges apply.

https://tools.woot.com/offers/kle...cnt_wp_0_2
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If you need these, buy them but the D2000 ones are the ones you want to get if you plan on using them regularly. Much better quality.
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quality tool. should last a lifetime
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quality tool. should last a lifetime
Someone will steal these from you before the tool actually wears out/breaks.
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I'm prime, but this is still showing $6.00 S&H fee. Is the $6.00 for "handling"?
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If you need these, buy them but the D2000 ones are the ones you want to get if you plan on using them regularly. Much better quality.
Journeyman 2000 Klein's are good and I used to swear by them, but honestly I think the Irwin's made by NWS in Germany are better. I'm particularly fond of my pair with fish tape puller and crimpers.
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I'm prime, but this is still showing $6.00 S&H fee. Is the $6.00 for "handling"?
Make sure you choose the "login with amazon" option when it asks you to login then it will reflect the prime-shipping discount, plain ol woot login won't work.
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Journeyman 2000 Klein's are good and I used to swear by them, but honestly I think the Irwin's made by NWS in Germany are better. I'm particularly fond of my pair with fish tape puller and crimpers.
I just bought the Irwin made by NWS today on Amazon for $21. They are now $48 on Amazon. I like German made tools as well as USA made ones because they last.
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Someone will steal these from you before the tool actually wears out/breaks.
Or lose them in an insulated attic 🙄
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Or lose them in an insulated attic 🙄
Hahahahaha, now I remember.
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Please... I don't want to read one more comment about why these are good... I don't want to buy another tool after the couple of Kleins I bought recently

Edit: Sold Out. Whew!
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Knipex
Nws
Klein
Channellock
Quinn
Doyle
Craftsman(Lowe's)

I have all above, I like in the same order.

Bty I am Sw engineer, and use these to change oil on my car.
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That escalated quickly
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