- What's Included
- KNIPEX PLIER COBRA 10"
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Warranty on Defective ProductThe Knipex 8701250 eliminates time-consuming test adjusting of the correct opening size. Just position the upper jaw to the work piece, push button on pliers and move close the lower jaw. Once adjusted the pliers self-lock on pipes and nuts with no slipping. Optimized shape jaw will grip round, square and hex shaped material. The box joint design provides high stability because of the double guide.
- Features & Specs
- Plastic Coated Non-Slip Handles
- Box-Joint Design is Highly Stable Because of a Double Guide
- Fast Adjustment Directly on the Work Piece, Just Position the Upper Jaw to the Work Piece , Push Button and Move Close the Lower Jaw
- Guard Prevents Fingers Being Pinched
- Gripping Surfaces with Special Hardened Teeth, Teeth Hardness Approximately 61 HRC Provides Low Wear and a Secure Grip
- Length: 10 Inch
- Material: Tempered Steel
- Handle: Plastic Dipped
- Weight: 0.8 lb
Quality 5 star :67% ( 2 ) 3 star :33% ( 1 )
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3 Item(s)per pageBest pliers out there Review by Walter A.
Knipex makes the best pliers out there.I used to use Channellock pliers,no more and all they do is lay there collecting dust.Like the adjustment pushing a button.I am a mechanic for a living and they are great for tight spots.Only Con is they are not cheap.(Posted on )
pliers seem a little on the thinner side Review by PJ
Overall the push button aspect of the pliers is very useful personally feel they need to be deigned a little bit thicker for heavier torque Pros: Works Effectively, Lightweight Best Uses: Small Projects I would describe myself as: 'Professional'(Posted on )
Best tools made Review by Buddy
"These are the finest quality available. Worth the money. I recommend paying the extra 12-15$ and purchase the Knipex 8501250 - 10 inch Automatic Adjusting Pliers; I have used both and the autos are easier to use and over the life of the tool, the extra bit of money is a non-issue. Pros: Strong, Works Effectively Cons: Should be made in the USA I would describe myself as: 'Avid Do-It-Yourselfer'"(Posted on )