NWS 109-69-180 7" High Leverage Combination Pliers CombiMax - TitanFinish - SoftGripp, Tethered Attachment

NWS 109-69-180 7" High Leverage Combination Pliers CombiMa - xTitanFinish - SoftGripp - KC Tool
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SKU:
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NWS 109-69-180 7" High Leverage Combination Pliers CombiMax - TitanFinish - SoftGripp

American pattern
For holding, gripping, bending and cutting work
For cutting hard and soft wires
Cutting edges inductively hardened
With Nail- & wire holder
Gripping zones for flat and round materials
Asymmetric inside jaws for better grip on the workpiece
Integrated ring spanner
Power transmission with optimum leverage for easy and effortless work
Handles with ergonomically shaped SoftGripp multi-component sleeves
SoftGripp handles with SystemSocket for holding optionally available accessories, e.g. the easily attached SystemClip for fall protection
Made of tool steel, forged, oil-hardened
All NWS tools are covered under warranty for a 5 year period. KC Tool will extend this to a limited lifetime warranty, if the NWS products are purchased from KC Tool. These policies do not cover products which have been altered in any way, and products which have been subject to misuse, abuse, or improper storage. KC Tool, at its discretion, will repair or replace any NWS tool that meets the warranty guidelines.
Finish:
Teflon-coated Finish
Handlematerial:
Multi-Component Material
OAL:
175-199mm (7.0-7.9 inches)
Indieset:
Individual Tools
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany

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  • 5
    Yaaaasss

    Posted by Robert Rada on May 15th 2018

    As I said in other review for the smaller pliers, whichever of the combination pliers they have in stock are awesome. The 7" is the best compromise size (with the 6.5" being to dainty for heavier tasks, and the 8" being to heavy for dainty hands).

    If you have a chance, flip through the ad copy or a catalog from NWS. Pretty much all of the gimmicks have been put to the test by me. The gimmicks are features, and they do the job. I think they're the best general purpose pliers available. But that's just my opinion, man.