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Klein Tools Tools D213-9NE 9-Inch High Leverage Side Cutting Plier

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  • Durable and reliable 9-inch side cutting pliers
  • High-leverage design
  • Plastic-dipped handles for added comfort
  • New England nose type
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Product Description

Product Features: High-leverage design. Rivet is closer to the cutting edge for 46% greater cutting and gripping power than other plier designs. Hot-riveted joint ensures smooth action and no handle wobble.Induction hardened cutting knives for long life. Streamlined design with sure-gripping, cross-hatched knurled jaws.Unique handle tempering helps absorb the ''snap'' when cutting wire.Precision-hardened plier head for on-the-job toughness. Plastic-dipped handles for comfort and ease of identification. ''Handform'' handles for full gripping and cutting power. Custom, US-made tool steel.

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The Klein Tools 9-Inch High-Leverage Side Cutting Pliers feature a forged, hot-riveted, and heat-treated design that assures long lasting performance and accurate alignment. Blue plastic-dipped handles are featured for added comfort, and the high-leverage design provides 46-percent greater cutting and gripping power than conventional pliers. Other highlighted features include a streamlined design with sure-gripping, crosshatched knurled jaws, and a New England nose type. The pliers are made in the United States and come backed with a limited lifetime warranty.

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Technical Details
Part Number D213-9NE
Item Weight0.2 ounces
Product Dimensions12 x 6 x 0.5 inches
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Item model numberD213-9NE
ColorBlue
FinishBlue
Item Package Quantity1
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Additional Information
ASINB0000302W6
Best Sellers Rank #3,766 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2003
  
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4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By dexcheque on January 31, 2011
My grandfather used to say that if God had made 9" Kleins first, it would've only taken him four days to finish the world.

Klein makes a tough, versatile set of lineman pliers.
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Andrea F on December 17, 2007
When I started out as an electrician's helper, I needed good quality tools. I purchased some Klein tools at the recomendation of co workers and have used them exclusively for my electrical jobs ever since.
This tool is about 9 inches long and has a very sturdy feel to it. It will take whatever abuse you can dish out. Like most Klein pliers, I have found it helpful to keep the tool clean with a light coating of wd-40 to keep the handles nice and loose as well as keep the rust down. It is also helpful in keeping the nice plastic coating on the handles from drying and cracking. The cutter on this tool is very strong, and can cut wire, as well as small electrical bolts and cutting and/or closing loops on light duty chain.(such as you might find on a hanging light fixture.)
A side cutting plier, or linesmans pliers as they are called in the trade are exremely handy for twisting and untwisting wire braids. This practice is a must for making wire pigtails, and this tool does it with ease. Even heavier 12 gauge wire is no challenge for this tool. I have even seen electricians use this tool as a tight spot hammer to drive home wire staples that are in inaccesable spots that a hammer could not swing.
Kleins might cost more than some other brands but once you use them, you never want to go back.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By jd on August 4, 2011
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If you are a new electrician, don't show up on the jobsite without this tool in your pouch.
I have tried other brands more expensive and less and this is the sidecutter that I have found to be of the highest quality.
The way to determine how good a pair of sidecutters are going to be is the distance measurement from the hinge to the start of the cutting blade. Klein has managed to cut this distance down to a minimum, while still maintaining the tool's strength. The closer that distance, the less force needed to cut thicker wire.

The blade stays sharp for a long time, and once your set of Kleins are broken in, you will not be able to live without them.

Consider moving up to the next level of Kleins with the fishtape pulling grip located at the top, inside of the handles. You will use it often.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bill on April 16, 2011
I think Klein invented this tool. My Dad had a pair when I was a kid - and now I'm an old man. They would easily be a 'lifetime' tool except for one thing: construction workers know they are the best but don't want to pay the premium to have the best. So they steal them. I finally had to quit buying $60 Klein spud wrenches because I could not lay one down and turn around without it disappearing. But I will always have at least one pair of Klein lineman pliers.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tom H. on April 18, 2009
I am a mechanic who used to be an electrician. As a mechanic, I used my Klein Linesman Side Cutters (bought in 1987 as an electrician) often, but I used them to cut bolts, steel hangers and such. Their cutters still were sharp enough to cut and strip wire (the half of the cutter closest to the pivot was dull due to over a decade of abuse mentioned above, but the far side half was still sharp enough to cut 18 gauge strand in one easy squeeze). I lost them in December 08 and replaced them with a $65 pair of Snap-On side cutters.
I LOVE Snap-On hand tools, but their side cutters are not as good as Klein's. Although they are the same size, Snap-Ons' don't have as much cutting power and the handles flex more when cutting hard objects.
Klein side cutters (and diagonal cutters) are the best I've used, and for the money, I'd bet they're the best available.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ahoffoss on November 27, 2013
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You can buy the cheap ones and you can get the GOOD ones! These are the GOOD ones! Don't be fooled if you're roaming around Home Depot or even on Amazon and you see some cheaper version, don't waste your money! I've done that, and you will be doing the same thing! There is a reason those other brands are cheaper and that reason is simple: The are NOT GOOD! They are dull and more than likely hard to open and close. If you're an electrician (or anyone that deals in wires) then you know how good it is to just use one hand to open and close the cutters. The cheaper ones often "stick" and make you pull em apart.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By George Rigdon on April 14, 2000
If you want quality linesmans pliers, look no further. These Klein pliers are backed by the best name in electric tools. You can get up close when you cut the cable and these pliers are good at bending the wire too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lawrence R. Laudadio on September 29, 2013
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I have used Klein pliers my whole career as an electrician. I have tried others like Channel-Lock and GeenLee but the Kleins have the best combo of design and toughness. As an electrician by trade these are absolutely essential. I purchased these at a great price too. Most guys go for the Journeyman series jobbies with the two-tone handles and all but in nearly every other aspect these are identical. They aren't just good for cutting and stripping wire either, they are great for hammering in staples, cutting screws, working sheet metal,pulling out nails or bashing holes in sheetrock to name a few. The longer you've been using them the more uses that you find. Klein makes the best in my opinion and once they are broken in become an extension of your hand. I gave these 5 stars even though they lack the crimping tool and the heavier handles.
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