An excellent rating Use design to your advantage. The rivet is located closer to the cutting edge than traditional pliers, which means increased cutting and gripping power by 46%
A hot topic in the media With a riveted joint, the handle will not wobble during use
Knives with induction hardened blades provide long service
An innovative design that is sure to impress Grasping and cross-grasping Knurled jaws with a hatched design
Wire cutting is made easier with unique handle tempering that absorbs snapping sounds
Questions & Answers
In comparison to Knipex linesman pliers, how do these perform?
Since I use my pliers every day, I purchased a pair of Klipex from Amazon and from what everyone said, they are better, but after using them for about six months, I have been experiencing problems with them, so I will purchase another pair of Klein's.
What is the warranty period for these products?
There is a lifetime warranty provided by Klein, and it is honored by Home Depot.
Can you tell me the price in New Zealand dollars of the plier?
I'm not sure what you're trying to say there,
Do you ever have a problem with rust/seizing? Do you have any tips for me to keep pliers from seizing? I pour water over metal pieces briefly to quench and I get sick of them?
The best way to get rid of rusted tools, no matter how bad they may be, is to soak them in vinegar overnight, then use water and a wire brush to peel the rust You can then apply a light coating of 3-in-1 oil and it will look Make sure to reapply the 3 in 1 whenever necessary to prevent rust.
Selected User Reviews For Klein Tools D213-9NE Pliers, 9-Inch Side Cutters, High Leverage Linesman Pliers Cut Copper, Aluminum and other Soft Metals
For me, this is not the right fit
These pliers aren't appreciated by me, so I don't understand how people praise them! Since I'm not American, it might explain why I am uncomfortable with these heavy and large pliers, mainly because they aren't even 9" long, but 9". This is only 5", but these things are a bit heavy and not comfortable to use, as well as not very flexible. Also, I have the KTC Japanese brand 8" pliers, and they're sturdier, have better grips, and have insulation rubbers that provide better grip. They're very smooth to work with, and are comfortable. Particularly when I am working above my shoulders, I cannot hold these Kleins for a long period of time. It is true that the build quality is excellent, but what good are pliers if they cannot hold pieces smaller than 1 mm due to the gap between the grabbing part? I think I expected too much because of the positive reviews, and I still think The following are the first two points There was nothing so heavy about them. The second type of item is 2. We may need to cut it down to 8". The third point is There was a thicker, softer, and fuller handle rubber that was well insulated. The fourth point is very important. In no case was there any gap between grabbing and pulling parts. It would be nice if the tool could open and close smoothly (like Knipex)* By the way, I love "made in USA" tools, as they have a historical context. In owning them, one feels a certain sense of satisfaction.
| Dec 02, 2020
This product is made from heavy-duty materials
The controls are easy to operate, but they are difficult when you have sweaty hands. I can splice anything that I need to cut and cut wire easily with this tool.
| Dec 27, 2020
Low Leverage Pliers, 9" Side Cutters from Bruce's Klein Tools
It is true, as some of the other buyers have stated, that this particular Plier is unique. This is not available from the other Plier manufacturers. It is possible to cut through anything a little smaller than 4mm with these high leverage blades. This is industrial-grade quality, and for the price, it's a great deal. The blades on my knives have been sharpened and now they are cutting very well. It is about as good as it gets with these pliers, if you ask me. Those are the ones you can get I am a company. Keep up the good work,.
| May 03, 2021
This is a good but flawed project
Exceptionally strong and sturdy, these linesman pliers offer excellent quality as well as It is however important to close the pliers when they are closed. Regardless of the design or machining of the pliers, the two jaws make contact at the wire cutting area as they should, but the pliers cannot close completely because of this at the rest of the jaws. An introductory price of $1 is available The jaws should be spaced apart by 2 mm so that they are not flush with one another. Consequently, these pliers can only be used in a few different ways and for limited things. As long as you're not using pliers intended for linesman work on smaller gauge wire, it's not too much of an issue. If you have anything below 20 gauge this plier will most likely not be able to grasp it. Nevertheless, they are still good and I will definitely use them, mine are made in the USA and I'm very glad to have them, it's just that they aren't good enough to be used for jobs much like that.
| Oct 25, 2020
The tool is very useful and at a fair price
I find this tool to be extremely valuable. An extremely high quality This is a product I use daily and is of excellent quality. Despite the late delivery, the shipment arrived in excellent condition. There was a lot of value in it. This is a highly recommended product for tradesmen.
| Oct 05, 2020
Tool with a good build quality and durability
A well made, heavy-duty hand tool for electricians to use in the field that is easy to use, durable, and well made. I bought this tool line for my husband and he loves it!.
| Nov 25, 2020
The item is durable and well made
A pair of these, bought many years ago by my grandfather during his time working for NYNEX, replaced a pair my grandfather had given me. The wires I cut were live and I destroyed the snips when I cut them. It took me some time to trust that these new shoes would be exactly like or even better than my old ones, but I was happily It is very likely that they are either the same or near the same pair. Even though I could have bought cheap Husky pliers, if they're half as durable as my last pair, this will last me at least half as long. As far as my experience goes, you don't always get what you pay for, but in this case it was true.
| Apr 19, 2021
There are some tools that are more effective than others! It's difficult to find pliers as good as these
The handle ends are extra-fine to help you grip them for longer periods of time. They are made from high quality tool steel, they're ready to handle even the toughest jobs, and they have sturdy designs. It is a very comfortable tool for me to hold and it was a great addition to my toolbox without being too expensive You may also want to consider On or Matco. It was extremely difficult to loosen up the pliers out of the box, but now they are quite comfortable.
These days, it seems that people usually buy quality pliers from one of these three brands If you want to lock and unlock a door, use Klipex, There are pros and cons to each, so you might want to consider them before deciding on which pliers to buy. It boils down to this I did a little research and found Please note that Klein pliers generally do not have the same level of rust resistance as the Channellock pliers. Channellock pliers are generally designed with an electronic coating to resist rust, but Klein and many Knipex pliers don't have such an option. Those who live in tropical regions or near the coast, where moisture is common, might find this product to be their best choice. I don't have to worry too much about it since I live in a desert. A pair of channellock pliers is also one of the cheaper options, though only by a little bit. Knipex pliers are made in Germany, and their quality is outstanding. The company produces tools that are intended for professionals as well as serious DIYers, like Channellock and Klein. Several of the tools they make are extremely strong and are hardened and tempered with a process that may be the best on the market. My knowledge of Knipex tools is based on those who have bent them and how the tempering in the tool causes them to return to their original shape. I do not know of another brand that will do this. It is one of the more expensive options, and since the company is located in Germany, customer service might be a little difficult if you end up with Klein's tool steel just seems to come through on rougher jobs, such as cutting screws or cables, better than Channellock's. Although I think that Channellocks tend to last a little longer than Knipex steel, Knipex steel has a comparable hardness rating to Knipex steel. There is a plier for pretty much everything in Channellock. Probabilities are that a plier that you can conceive of is available there. A very good variety of foods. It is with fierce pride that Klein and Channellock pliers are made in the United States. It's nice seeing you here. In addition to their slick designs, Knipex makes pliers that neither Klein nor Channellock have been able to match. Please accept my sincere thanks.
| Oct 01, 2020