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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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Can I cut the screw from my newly installed toilet seat with this or what are the best options for that
That's funny - I was just thinking of ideas of "what this could be used for" where a grinder/sawzall would not work and I thought of the same thing, toilet bowl screws. Yes, this would work great for that purpose, and to my previous comment regarding "not damaging surrounding surfaces" it would work great for that as well.

As an aside, it may "booger up" the threads as they say, so just make sure you have you nut screwed down on the bolt prior to cutting. Other than that, yes, these would work great for that purpose (as long as you had decent access).
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cool, CA no longer prosecute minor offends and I need some bikes Smilie
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Recent uses for me were: cutting U nails that attach my fence to the fence post, cutting electric fence polywire (braided steel and poly are such a pain), and cutting the head and then back off of a heavily scaled stripped screw holding my pool light 4' underwater.
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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?
Normally a plumber would use a hacksaw for that if you ever plan on getting the nut off again.
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That's funny - I was just thinking of ideas of "what this could be used for" where a grinder/sawzall would not work and I thought of the same thing, toilet bowl screws. Yes, this would work great for that purpose, and to my previous comment regarding "not damaging surrounding surfaces" it would work great for that as well.

As an aside, it may "booger up" the threads as they say, so just make sure you have you nut screwed down on the bolt prior to cutting. Other than that, yes, these would work great for that purpose (as long as you had decent access).
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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How these got the name bolt cutter is curious to me. Chain, yes. Locks, yes. Cable, all day long. Fencing, sure. Bolts? The one thing they mash and make a useless mess of. Cut the end of a bolt off with one of these and you'll have to use a grinder to cut the nut off because you are never going to unbolt whatever it is you used it on.
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Normally a plumber would use a hacksaw for that if you ever plan on getting the nut off again.
Exactly
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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.
Recently I had to cut a lot of rebars for a project (~100 cuts). I used both an angle grinder and a sawzall. Both worked, but both are slow. Angle grinder is also noisy and shoots sparks everywhere. Sawzall only works if I clamp down the rebar really well, otherwise the rebar will vibrate with the blade instead of being cut.

A bolt cutter like this would make it much easier.
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That's funny - I was just thinking of ideas of "what this could be used for" where a grinder/sawzall would not work and I thought of the same thing, toilet bowl screws. Yes, this would work great for that purpose, and to my previous comment regarding "not damaging surrounding surfaces" it would work great for that as well.

As an aside, it may "booger up" the threads as they say, so just make sure you have you nut screwed down on the bolt prior to cutting. Other than that, yes, these would work great for that purpose (as long as you had decent access).
Every toilet bowl I worked on never had enough space on sides to use a bolt cutter like this. I always have to use a small hacksaw or a Dremel
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Bike thieves
well.... it makes an excellent torture device if you catch the said bike thieves. teach them a lesson the Sopranos way.
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Will pay for itself after you steal the first bike..
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Every toilet bowl I worked on never had enough space on sides to use a bolt cutter like this. I always have to use a small hacksaw or a Dremel
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Not familiar with hardness ratings. But looks like according to some of the reviews the cutting head is softer than some metals.
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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.
They're toilet flange bolts, dude... How often are you going to be removing a toilet, anyway? And I already mentioned that using a bolt cutter may damage the threads. In addition, you can always go back LATER and use a hacksaw or dremel to remove the nut... but the flange bolts are usually brass, which is soft metal, and these should make a fairly clean cut meaning you may very well be able to get the nut off without any further modifications.
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