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Knipex Tools Pliers Wrench, Chrome, Multi Component (8605180)

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Description

  • Comfort Grip Two-Color Dual Component Handles
  • Parallel Jaws allows Infinitely Variable Gripping of all widths making it Excellent for Gripping, Holding, Pressing and Bending
  • Lever Transmission Greater than 10 - 1 for Strong Gripping Power
  • Works Using the Ratchet Principle with no Unintentional Shift of the Gripping Jaws and no Slipping of the Joint
  • Gripping Surfaces with Special Hardened Teeth, Teeth Hardness Approximately 61 HRC Provides Low Wear and a Secure Grip

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Customer Reviews

Great invention. I threw out one of my crescents to make room for this and I never throw away tools. These have become my favorite adjustable wrench. Small enough to get in everywhere a traditional crescent can, but because you can squeeze it with leverage you are MUCH less prone to round off your nut/bolt heads. With a crescent, you adjust it, and then start pulling and once you start torquing you have no feel for it until you get that dreaded "jump" and you round off the flats of your bolt. We've all done it and know all too well that feeling in your stomach when you wonder if this nut/bolt is going to become a monster because you just ruined it. With this design, you squeeze as you torque so you can feel just how much tension you are applying and it's always in flush contact with the flats. I haven't tested it, but I'm pretty sure I can put a whole lot more torque on a bolt with this and cause zero damage than I could ever achieve with the best crescent wrench.Because the jaws stay parallel when you squeeze, I find myself using them as smooth jaw pliers for fine work. I can get a lot more leverage and squeeze harder than I can with a smooth jaw needle nose or duckbill pliers and these will squeeze flat. The adjustment is unique, just press the button and slide...works so well you find yourself picking them up just to fidget with them.Only downside is yes...they are expensive. Yowsa! But they are a REALLY nice tool. 5Seems like a gimmick but is actually great. First off, I hate gimmicky tools. I want a tool for every job and I want it to do that job perfectly, not a do it all but badly kind of thing. For that reason, I'm not a big fan of normal adjustable wrenches (nut rounders) but they do have their place. I had never seen this type of wrench until I stumbled across these online. At first I thought they were a variation of waterpump pliers (channel locks). That is not the case, these do the same job as an adjustable wrench and in most situations do it better.The Jaws move in such a way as to be parallel at all times. The mechanism also offers far more clamping force than I expected. For these reasons, they actually grip a bolt or not surprisingly securely and don't try to round it off at all. The time when a traditional adjustable wrench would be better is if you are unable to squeeze the handles together for any reason during the tightening or loosening operation.All in all, these are a surprisingly useful tool and in my opinion, are suitable for professional use day in and day out. 5Wow! What a beautiful tool! This is one of those tools you want to use so much that you go looking for things to grip and turn. Much more refined than a vise-grip and more precise than a crescent wrench. It's beautifully finished and machined.This tool is actually 185mm (7.5") long. You adjust the position of the upper handle by pressing the joint rivet (it's actually a button) to allow the top lever to slide up and down the toothed rack. When you let go of the joint rivet, the top handle locks into place. On this model there are 13 adjustment positions and it opens to a maximum of 35 mm (1.25"). Adjusting the tool to the desired position is a little cumbersome, it takes 2-3 tries to slide it to the position you want. It take two hands to adjust the tool and you have to remove the tool from the work to adjust it.I love the way the jaws stay parallel to each other no matter what adjustment position the tool is in. The joint rivet is on a spring lock, if you don't press the button, the tool won't adjust. This is a good thing - you can drop and shake the tool all day and it won't change positions accidentally.There are two types of grips, "plastic coated" and "multi-component". These are the multi-component grips and they look more comfortable then the coated grips. The multi-component Knipex part numbers are 8605150 (150mm long, opens to 27mm/1", 14 adjustment positions), 8605180 (this model), and 8605250 (250mm long, opens to 46mm/1.75", 17 adjustment positions). The grips feel a little greasy to me, if they get a little oil/water on them, your hand slides a bit. I prefer Whia's soft grip finish which feels more sure.Go to Knipex website and download their catalog, it's a work of art. This tool is on page 95. There's lots of useful info in the catalog even if you don't own/buy the tools. This is a "must have" tool! 57 is the best size I have 3 sizes. 5, 7, and 10 inch. The 7 pliers are the most versatile size. 5expensive but worth every penny in my line of work the most common tool is an adjustable C wrench, this is a great replacement if you want to ad more functionality in a single tool. it is great as a plier, great as a hold back, great as an adjustable C wrench and can be very fast with the manual action when opening the hand instead of coming off the nut or bolt, and is just really cool and gets alot of looks and questions.The only cons i have found is that some situations where you have very little leverage it would be better to have something you dont have to squeeze in order to work, some times when you are at your farthest reach you cant squeeze the pliers to stack locked onto the nut or bolt. Another con is that there is no way to out of box attach this to a tool leash to make it safe to work above people. The last con is that these pliers weight more then i would like, i only need a max opening of 7/8" so the smallest lightest plier wrench will work, but i need high leverage and the smallest wrench is to short to use the 7/8" size especially when the last person over torqued the nut. but i might end up buying one anyway and customizing it to be longer and have a lanyard hole 5This tool might replace your Crescents AND your Channel Locks. I only just discovered Knipex pliers. I was tipped off to them be a friend who you may know from Junkyard Wars under the name of Dr. Crash.So where to start? If you look quickly at these, you may think "Eh, just another fancy pair of channel-lock pliers." But you'd be wrong. On a closer examination, you might conclude that they are the bastard offspring of a pair of Channel Locks and a Crescent adjustable wrench. And now you're on the right track. What you haven't got yet is that they are better than either. They combine the fast grip-range adjustment and easy repositioning of Channel Locks with the true parallel jaws of a Crescent wrench, but they grip tighter than either one, and won't slip when under load because they grip seven times tighter than you can with a pair of pliers. It's like having a fast-adjusting, semi-ratcheting crescent wrench.I can already see this tool is highly likely to replace the crescent wrench in my toolbox 90% of the time. You might want to consider putting one in yours. 5Excellent worth the price Just got it and it has already paid for its self. Had a bent bicycle rim and it was the perfect tool to carefully squeeze the rim precisely back to its original position. Strongly suspect that this is actually better than a specific size wrench for bolts since it precisely fits and squeezes the bolt rather than just approximating the bolt's size. 5Brilliant Design! These are incredible pliers. I am regularly surprised by how affective these are. Genius! I also have the 5" size, and they are two of the most used tools in my shop.10 inch seems to be a really good size for most uses. They do feel a little bulky at times, but the longer handle gives good leverage when working on larger stuff. 5Great pliers for aircraft mechanics! I have several sizes of these pliers that I used working on aircraft. They are really great to disassemble the "B" nuts on hydraulic lines. The jaws are flat and close parallel to each other and will not mar the nut. The more pressure on the handles, the tighter the jaws will close on the nut. Also since the jaws close parallel, they are great for pressing in bearings, bushings, and sleeves into fittings. 5Unique tool. Great brand. Better than a channellock or a cresent wrench. Won't hurt fasteners and no squeezing of handles. I really like Knipex. I don't think anyone else makes a product just like this...these are unique. So what is it?This is not some channellock type tool. Channellock pliers change the angle of the pliers as you adjust them. Channellocks have aggressive teeth that dig into a fastener and damage them. These pliers keep the gripping surface parallel to each other at all times. You press the little button to slide the adjuster open or closed. Another things is that when using channellock type pliers, you have to squeeze the handles together. You only need to put pressure on the top handle. There is no squeezing involved. I used this to remove an O2 sensor when the actual O2 sensor socket wasn't able to get it to budge. Don't tell Knipex but you can put a pipe on the top handle to get more leverage. (do this at your own risk I guess)These are not a cresent type wrench either but it is a great replacement for a cresent wrench. (it is much closer to being a better version of a cresent wrench that it is to being a channel lock type plier) I don't think I will be using a cresent wrench ever again. Both cresent wrenches and channellocks type pliers tend to round off bolts and nuts. Cresent wrenches don't stay tight. These tend to work much much better than either one of those. The design is really cool too.I'm not sure about the comfort grip to be honest. It is nice but now this doesn't match my other Knipex tools. They sell one with the normal Knipex red handles. If I were doing it again, I probably would get that one. It is still a 5 star product in my mind though. 5
Knipex Tools   Pliers Wrench, Chrome, Multi Component (8605180)

Knipex Tools Pliers Wrench, Chrome, Multi Component (8605180)

4.8
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€99,00
Sale price
€99,00
Regular price
€162,00
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Save 39% (€63,00)