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IRWIN Vise-Grip 6" Diagonal Cutting Pliers EXPIRED

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Amazon has IRWIN Vise-Grip 6" Diagonal Cutting Pliers (2078306) for $7.49. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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Key Features:
  • Durable nickel chromium steel construction
  • ProTouch grips provide extra comfort and reduces hand fatigue
  • Induction hardened cutting edge stays sharper, longer
  • Machined jaws for maximum gripping strength
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI specifications
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Irwin Diagonal Cutting Pliers. $7.49 + free prime shipping

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That really undercuts the slickness of this deal. It retails for 9.99 at Lowes.
Same price at Lowes if that helps anyone. https://www.lowes.com/pd/IRWIN-Di...lsrc=aw.ds
Do yourself a favor and get Klein or Knipex. And make sure they're steel cutting and angled head. This is one of those tools that should never be substituted for a lower quality one.

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Same price at Lowes if that helps anyone. https://www.lowes.com/pd/IRWIN-Di...lsrc=aw.ds
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Same price at Lowes if that helps anyone. https://www.lowes.com/pd/IRWIN-Di...lsrc=aw.ds
That really undercuts the slickness of this deal. It retails for 9.99 at Lowes.
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Same price at Lowes if that helps anyone. https://www.lowes.com/pd/IRWIN-Di...lsrc=aw.ds [lowes.com]
The insulation on the handle looks a little different, but they are the same model number.... ‎2078306, which are about $10 everywhere for everyday price.

If you already paid for Prime, $7.50 delivered is not a bad deal....
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I used to like Irwin, but I own some clamps of theirs and they are rusting after only sitting in a drawer for 8 years with maybe 5 uses on them.
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Do yourself a favor and get Klein or Knipex. And make sure they're steel cutting and angled head. This is one of those tools that should never be substituted for a lower quality one.
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Do yourself a favor and get Klein or Knoppix. And make sure they're steel cutting and angled head. This is one of those tools that should never be substituted for a lower quality one.
Why angled head?
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Easier to get a close cut, get into tight spaces, and will give leverage for "pulling" things, such as removing nails or tightening tie wire.

it's also a more natural feel when using..

personally I use :
Klein Tools D248-9ST Pliers, Ironworker's Diagonal Cutting Pliers with High Leverage Design
Amazing tool for $27 on Amazon
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Why angled head?
AFAIK, neither Klein nor Knipex make 6" diagonal cutters with Angled Heads. And even if they did, they would sell for closer to $27, not $7.
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Why angled head?
i asked my gf same question . . . .
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Do yourself a favor and get Klein or Knoppix. And make sure they're steel cutting and angled head. This is one of those tools that should never be substituted for a lower quality one.
I would use this purely for cutting zip ties. I can't imagine this getting ruined by zip ties lol
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Nice dykes
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Okay, hand-tool pros. I have to cut some thin steel 2" x 15" long strips down to 2" squares for a project. Would like to avoid power tools, usually ends badly with me getting a bit of metal embedded in my cornea. The cuts don't have to be machine-shop perfect. I assume there is some sort of snip for a job like this. Can any of you suggest a specific one? Thanks in advance---
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Okay, hand-tool pros. I have to cut some thin steel 2" x 15" long strips down to 2" squares for a project. Would like to avoid power tools, usually ends badly with me getting a bit of metal embedded in my cornea. The cuts don't have to be machine-shop perfect. I assume there is some sort of snip for a job like this. Can any of you suggest a specific one? Thanks in advance---
Tin snips.
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