Knipex 87 01 180 7-1/4-Inch Cobra Pliers
No more time-consuming test-adjusting of the correct opening size. Just position the upper jaw to the workpiece, push button and move close the lower jaw, ingeniously simple. 30% more capacity than a conventional pipe wrench. Self-locking on pipes and nuts due to teeth set against the rotation - no slipping on the workpiece. Pinch guard prevents fingers from being pinched. Adjustment at the touch of a button. Has 18 adjustment positions to adjust to hex nuts up to 1 27/64" and round pipe up to 1 1/2".
30% more capacity than a conventional pipe wrench
Self-locking on pipes and nuts due to teeth set against the rotation - no slipping on the workpiece
Pinch guard prevents fingers from being pinched
Adjustment at the touch of a button
Has 18 adjustment positions to adjust to hex nuts up to 1 27/64" and round pipe up to 1 1/2"
Brand Name: KNIPEX Tools
Size: 7 1/4-Inch
Love these pliers, second pair after loosing the first. They grip crazy tight and are nicely adjustable. I’ve used them to remove many broken studs/bolts and they bite hard
While I have a multi-tool, these are locking and are a good addition to a small vehicle tool kit. Be aware they are only 5" long but the jaws open wide and lock tight.
Bionic finger helper always there when you need it.
Small enough to always have with you. I think of these my extra bionic fingers.
Very useful and always with me. Jaws are precise and despite their small size manage to strongly grip and do what I can't on my own. Pricey but well worth it. Should outlast me. A quality tool.
I had a real stubborn nut/bolt on a chair I was repairing. The threading was ripped from the broken chair piece, so all I had to grip was threading. I needed good wrench to grip the threading while I unscrewed the bolt from this threaded nut. This did it flawlessly; you can see the metal shavings. I was positive my allan wrench on the other end was going to break, but this wrench was rock solid. Felt the "snap" and the threading loosened from the bolt.
Very happy with the result and happy to add this to my tool bag.
Read many reviews and decided to buy.
1st use was on exhaust studs stuck in exhaust manifold. Had to use torch to get loose and sheared/broke "hex on stud" on one. The Knipex tool had the grip to remove!