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No tool box is complete without the 8-inch Channellock 528 Slip Joint Plier — versatile, easy to use, and reliably strong. This plier is built to last with a PermaLock fastener to eliminate nut and bolt failure, a wire cutting shear, and a classic and versatile slip joint design.
Channellock uses high carbon C1080 steel for superior performance on the job, and an electronic coating for ultimate rust prevention. It's completed by Channellock's iconic blue handle, which is both comfortable in your hand and easy to spot in your tool bag.
|Overall length||8 inches|
|Handle span||1.82 inches|
|Joint width||1.17 inches|
Founded in 1886, Channellock is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of high-quality pliers and assorted hand tools. Now run by the fifth generation of the DeArment family, Channellock tools reflect a tradition of dedication to excellence maintained for well over a century. Over the years, Channellock has obtained several patents including one in 1965 for the conical surface created on the cam side of the pliers when undercut and another in 1984 for the PermaLock fastener found in its Tongue and Groove Pliers. Channellock still manufactures more than 120 different sizes and types of pliers and hand tools at its facilities in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A standard in the toolbox and made north of Pittsburgh in Meadville, PA. Strong and durable, I don't know how anyone could not like this item. Read morePublished 9 hours ago by HeyJudeLightning
my favorite set of pliers i have in my tool box. bought another pair for my set of tools in the car. made in USA and great quality.Published 13 days ago by Lupo
Affordable, well-made pliers. Made in Meadville, PA.Published 1 month ago by William Dwayne DelGrande
What is better than a Channellock? This is cheap considering it is good for life - and maybe beyond.Published 1 month ago by Legal Guardian
Cheap and covered in oil. Harbor Freight Quality at best. Return them.Published 1 month ago by Mark
Nice pliers, but I find that when almost fully opened, they seem to get snagged somewhere and make them a little difficult to close.. Otherwise, nice pliers.Published 1 month ago by Alex