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Knipex 09 01 240 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers $33.6

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Knipex 09 01 240 9.5-Inch Ultra-High Leverage Lineman's Pliers for $33.60 with free shipping.

36% off the list price. Lowest price in the last 6 months and within 30 cents of the 12 month low.

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-Shipped and Sold by American Mechanic is $33 with free shipping. (OOS)

-Shipped and Sold by Amazon with free shipping and free returns is $33.60 and in stock on Feb 5th now but still able to order. (OOS)

https://www.amazon.com/09-01-240-...amp;sr=8-8

Walmart
-Also available from Walmart right now for $33.60 with free shipping for orders over $35, though I've never purchased tools from Walmart . (OOS, now $39.99)

https://www.walmart.com/ip/KNIPEX.../156986342


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The amazon price seems inflated. Menards has had these for $36 for a few months. But a good price either way. Repped
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The amazon price seems inflated. Menards has had these for $36 for a few months. But a good price either way. Repped
Agree with you there. The list price is inflated. From what I've seen, legitimate price typically tends to run $37-42 among online merchants with varying degrees of markdowns. Man I wish there was a menard's anywhere near me... haha.
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This is a decent price, available to everyone, with free shipping. Beats my go to places for Knipex by a buck or two. Currently $34.88 at Tooldiscounter and $36.99 at Menards (less when there's a rebate).
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What is this fascination with Knipex I can get the same at Walmart for $10 Stanley or Milwaukee for $20

Are these made in Germany Gucci status that absolutely No one cares about or will affect their use in any way whatsoever.

$30 dollars in Germany they cost maybe $12 Euro
Tastes like disrespect... But on a serious note people like them as they are a long-time manufacturer and their customer service compliments well with their products life-time warranty. It's a bit like how Craftsman was before, or on the professional level, Snap-On.
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What is this fascination with Knipex I can get the same at Walmart for $10 Stanley or Milwaukee for $20

Knipex makes industrial quality hand tools that work better than most and are made to survive daily use for years. If you earn your living with tools, they are a superior product.

The Walmart and Stanley are okay for occasional use around the house, but don't tend to hold up well with daily heavy use.

Milwaukee makes excellent industrial quality power tools, though some of their hand tools don't appear to be up to the job.
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What is this fascination with Knipex I can get the same at Walmart for $10 Stanley or Milwaukee for $20

Are these made in Germany Gucci status that absolutely No one cares about or will affect their use in any way whatsoever.

$30 dollars in Germany they cost maybe $12 Euro
Thanks for sharing.
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What is this fascination with Knipex I can get the same at Walmart for $10 Stanley or Milwaukee for $20

Are these made in Germany Gucci status that absolutely No one cares about or will affect their use in any way whatsoever.

$30 dollars in Germany they cost maybe $12 Euro
Confirmed in Germany they hand these out for free. And in Italy they do the same with Gucci.
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What is this fascination with Knipex I can get the same at Walmart for $10 Stanley or Milwaukee for $20

Are these made in Germany Gucci status that absolutely No one cares about or will affect their use in any way whatsoever.

$30 dollars in Germany they cost maybe $12 Euro
Correct. Differences in materials, manufacturing, quality, durability, features, and pricing exist only for cars, tires, power tools, appliances, furniture, televisions, computers, phones, and everything else we buy. Hand tools are the one exception where everything is exactly the same.
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$30 dollars in Germany they cost maybe $12 Euro
€36.99 ($44.80) in Germany. Remove VAT and it's around $38: https://www.amazon.de/-/en/09-01-...B004LY25EA
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Quote from HEATBaller :
What is this fascination with Knipex I can get the same at Walmart for $10 Stanley or Milwaukee for $20

Are these made in Germany Gucci status that absolutely No one cares about or will affect their use in any way whatsoever.

$30 dollars in Germany they cost maybe $12 Euro
Knipex tends to be cheaper in the US than Germany. For instance, these pliers currently go for 37($45) euros on Amazon.de.

As far as quality, good tools are good tools. If you use them at all regularly, especially professionally, they are worth the few extra bucks. Cheap tools from Walmart, made in China, aren't going to be at the same level (Milwaukee is Chinese-owned and tool quality fluctuate). They are perfectly fine for putting Ikea furniture together or light duty around the house.

Personally, for lineman pliers, I prefer Greenlee to the Knipex; which are American-made but also a good bit more expensive. Knipex has certain tools they excel at but they aren't the best at everything.
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