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Knipex Large Bolt Cutters feature precise 12 position adjustment (by cam bolt) and high cutting performance. The bolt cutter head is replaceable and the blade is forged from chrome vanadium, heavy-duty steel. -slickdewmaster

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Walmart also offering at same price with Free 2 Day Shipping. [walmart.com]

KC Tool selling these for $128.11 and Grainger wants $175. Lowe's and HD both want over $90 as well. Best price by far.

Knipex 71 72 610 Large Bolt Cutter, 24-Inch
At a Glance:
  • Cutting capacity up to 48 HRC hardness
  • Forged-on stopper with comfortable shock- absorber
  • Ergonomically angled handles to minimise effort
  • Capacity, HRC 19: 0.35-Inch
  • Capacity, HRC 40: 0.32-Inch
  • Capacity, HRC 48: 0.28-Inch
  • Length: 24-Inch
  • Weight: 89.9 Ozs.
Knipex 71 72 610, 24-Inch Large Bolt Cutter
Knipex's Large Bolt Cutters provide high cutting performance with minimal effort due to the coordination of the cutting edge angle, transmission ratio and ergonomic handle shape. They also offer a cutting capacity of up to 48 HRC. With a forged-on stopper with a comfortable shock absorber and Comfort Grip handles, each Knipex Large Bolt Cutter is powerful...and ergonomic.
Knipex Large Bolt Cutters feature precise 12 position adjustment (by cam bolt) and high cutting performance. The bolt cutter head is replaceable and the blade is forged from chrome vanadium, heavy-duty steel. The joints is forged from special tool steel and the handle is crafting from steel tube and power-coated.

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Yes, it can be used on bike thieves, pretty effectively. However check your local laws on the legality of beating bike thieves with bolt cutters before you buy.
I feel safe to say that nobody with any trades or plumbing knowledge would ever use bolt cutters to lop off toilet flange bolts That was horrible advice.

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looks like Amazon pricematched

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005EXO8KQ/
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looks like Amazon pricematched

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005EXO8KQ/
My OP was for the Amazon deal. When I googled it, I saw that Walmart also had it at the same price (and I added the link to the Walmart deal in my description). It shows Walmart on this deal, but the OP deal was actually a link to Amazon. That said, given the cheap tools you usually find at Walmart, it's always interesting to see some of their great deals on Kinipex pliers.
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Genuine question.
What would you need this for when you can get a sawzall, band saw, angle grinder, etc?

I under stand the counter arguments for an angle grinder (heat, sparks), and the band saw can be very expensive and heavy, but sawzalls come in all shapes, sizes, and costs with a vast range of blades available for just about any material.

I'm picturing this for re-bar and all-thread but bolt cutters seem like the old school method before portable technology was so readily available.


*The "bike thief" comment made me think of chain, which this would probably be the safest option for the user.
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Yes, it can be used on bike thieves, pretty effectively. However check your local laws on the legality of beating bike thieves with bolt cutters before you buy.
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Genuine question.
What would you need this for when you can get a sawzall, band saw, angle grinder, etc?

I under stand the counter arguments for an angle grinder (heat, sparks), and the band saw can be very expensive and heavy, but sawzalls come in all shapes, sizes, and costs with a vast range of blades available for just about any material.

I'm picturing this for re-bar and all-thread but bolt cutters seem like the old school method before portable technology was so readily available.


*The "bike thief" comment made me think of chain, which this would probably be the safest option for the user.
No need for power or batteries is a big one
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Genuine question.
What would you need this for when you can get a sawzall, band saw, angle grinder, etc?

I under stand the counter arguments for an angle grinder (heat, sparks), and the band saw can be very expensive and heavy, but sawzalls come in all shapes, sizes, and costs with a vast range of blades available for just about any material.

I'm picturing this for re-bar and all-thread but bolt cutters seem like the old school method before portable technology was so readily available.


*The "bike thief" comment made me think of chain, which this would probably be the safest option for the user.
This is quiet. An angle grinder is going to attract some attention
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This is too expensive for stealing bike.
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Genuine question.
What would you need this for when you can get a sawzall, band saw, angle grinder, etc?

I under stand the counter arguments for an angle grinder (heat, sparks), and the band saw can be very expensive and heavy, but sawzalls come in all shapes, sizes, and costs with a vast range of blades available for just about any material.

I'm picturing this for re-bar and all-thread but bolt cutters seem like the old school method before portable technology was so readily available.


*The "bike thief" comment made me think of chain, which this would probably be the safest option for the user.
Well, reciprocating saws are not going to work very well on rebar, chains, and metal cables. A portable angle grinder may work, but angle grinders can be more difficult to use in certain situations and more likely to damage surrounding surfaces if they're not handled properly - esp those with larger grinding wheels. The other tools also need charged batteries and make a lot more noise.

Other than that, it's not that you don't bring up a fair point... but at the end of the day, it's a giant Knipex for $66. I think a lot of people may just think they're a cool "show piece" tool - like owning a Snap-On torque wrench.
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Genuine question.
What would you need this for when you can get a sawzall, band saw, angle grinder, etc?

I under stand the counter arguments for an angle grinder (heat, sparks), and the band saw can be very expensive and heavy, but sawzalls come in all shapes, sizes, and costs with a vast range of blades available for just about any material.

I'm picturing this for re-bar and all-thread but bolt cutters seem like the old school method before portable technology was so readily available.


*The "bike thief" comment made me think of chain, which this would probably be the safest option for the user.

All of those methods remove material; bolt cutters don't. This means no cleanup. Anything using saws, grinders, etc. need to be held by something which isn't always practical. Me personally, I'm tired of using a dremel to cut hardened screws. It takes a long time, makes them super hot, etc. This is simply faster. Just another tool to add to the options.
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Genuine question.
What would you need this for when you can get a sawzall, band saw, angle grinder, etc?

I under stand the counter arguments for an angle grinder (heat, sparks), and the band saw can be very expensive and heavy, but sawzalls come in all shapes, sizes, and costs with a vast range of blades available for just about any material.

I'm picturing this for re-bar and all-thread but bolt cutters seem like the old school method before portable technology was so readily available.


*The "bike thief" comment made me think of chain, which this would probably be the safest option for the user.
No noise, sparks or metallic dust. For cutting wire shelving in a carpeted closet, for example, bolt cutters are a much better choice. I bought a cheap one just for that project.
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Yes, it can be used on bike thieves, pretty effectively. However check your local laws on the legality of beating bike thieves with bolt cutters before you buy.
YMMV, your maiming may vary
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Can I cut the screw from my newly installed toilet seat with this or what are the best options for that?
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