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Knipex 8603250 10-Inch Pliers Wrench


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  • Plastic Coated Handles
  • Parallel Jaws allows Infinitely Variable Gripping of all widths making it Excellent for Gripping, Holding, Pressing and Bending
  • Lever Transmission Greater than 10 - 1 for Strong Gripping Power
  • Works Using the Ratchet Principle with no Unintentional Shift of the Gripping Jaws and no Slipping of the Joint
  • Fast Adjustment Directly on the Work Piece by Pushing a Button
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Knipex 8603250 10-Inch Pliers Wrench + Knipex 8603180 7-Inch Pliers Wrench + Knipex 8701250 10-Inch Cobra Pliers
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 86 03 250
Product Dimensions10.5 x 2.4 x 0.7 inches
OriginGermany
Item model number8603250
Size10 inches
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000X4OG94
Best Sellers Rank #4,605 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableFebruary 4, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Self Ratcheting Pliers, Box Joint, Overall Length 10 In, Max Jaw Opening 1 3/4 In, Number of Positions 13, Adjusting Memory Button Adjustment, Antislip Plastic-Dipped Handle, Nickel Plated Finish, Cam Action Ratcheting System Tongue and Groove PliersHardened steel Corrosion resistantKnipex Alligator and Cobra pliers are self-gripping and feature high-leverage design. Cobra-style models have a push-button that locks adjustment position. Raptor jaw design enables easy 1-handed removal of damaged fasteners. Ratcheting Pliers Wrenches have a cam-action ratcheting system, while instant adjusting memory button retains jaw opening.

From the Manufacturer

The pliers wrench is excellent for gripping, holding, pressing and bending work pieces. The high lever ratio, parallel jaws without profile and infinitely variable adjustment guarantee a secure and smooth gripping of the work piece free from backlash. . Zero backlash jaw surface pressure prevents damage to edges of sensitive components. Fast adjustment directly on the work piece by pushing a button. The action of the jaws allows screwed connections to be tightened and released quickly using a ratchet principle. Lever transmission is greater than 10 - 1 for strong gripping power. Can also be used for tile breaking.

Customer Reviews

I would definitely recommend them to anyone that uses tools professionally.
Tyler
As with most German made tools that I own, these are of high quality, excellent design, and ergonomic, balanced and fit well in your hand.
Joe Zika
Great tool for nuts and bolts, smooth jaws allow for use without damaging nut surface.
Jeremy W

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Shawn@AWS on March 17, 2010
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German engineering. You would be hard pressed to find a better engineered hand-tool. These are pricey, but, much better than cheap imports from other countries of origin (ahem!).

On to the review. I'm a DIY type and have used these a couple times already. They have no teeth so you can grab fasteners without marring the surface. This is important for chrome fixtures, plastic fasteners and anything you wouldn't want chewed up. Much more useful than most adjustable wrenches because with those, that adjustment screw usually is pretty sloppy and can allow you to round off the fastener.

You may think that without teeth you won't get good gripping power but, the leverage you get from this design is amazing. The pressure you squeeze the handles with is multiplied to the jaws of the plier. I've seen on another forum where it was used to remove carburetor studs (threaded rods, usually with some sort of thread locker material).

One of my new favorite hand tools!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Joe Zika TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 2, 2012
Knipex 8603250 10-Inch Pliers Wrench

These are the best 10-Inch pliers wrench with smooth jaws that I've ever owned. Made in Germany by Knipex, a bit pricey, but worth the money. I bought mine on sale at the store that sells Craftsman. So, it would be wise to watch for tool sales since it is close to the Christmas season at the time of this review.

I use these whenever I need a good gripping pliers that will NOT mar my work, especially plumbing where the pieces are chrome plated with a high finish or they are plastic and can get chewed up with pliers with gripping teeth. The pliers wrench is excellent for gripping, holding, pressing and bending work pieces. They are like a combination of Channellock pliers and a Crescent wrench with a high lever ratio, 10 to 1, parallel jaws without much profile and an infinitely variable adjustment, due to the cam style push button adjustment. They open to 46mm or 1-3/4 inches at their maximum and can be adjusted down from there with no slipping of the joint by pushing the button on the pivot joint.

This pliers wrench will guarantee a secure and smooth gripping of the work piece free from marring, but will not be a good choice for round objects. The smooth jaw surface pressure prevents damage to edges of sensitive materials. The cam allows for a fast adjustment directly on the work piece by pushing a button. The action of the jaws allows screwed connections to be tightened and released quickly using a ratchet principle. Lever transmission is greater than 10 to 1 for strong gripping power. I even used these to break tile in the bath around the tub and floor. The 10-Inch version weighs about 1 pound a good working weight. They won't buckle when you apply torque.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By TBattle on March 17, 2013
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This is one of the essential tools in my "grab and go" tool kit. It takes the place of wrenches of most common sizes and some pliers. Expensive yes, but it is in a class by itself. If I were to loose this one, I would buy another immediately. If you are thinking about buying one, don't hesitate - you will be happy that you got it.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Benji on July 30, 2012
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Working around aircraft engineers all my life I am very familiar with this wrench. I have used them a number of times on various projects. And finally I own one.

The leverage ratio makes this a very powerful tool with great gripping strength and means you can get a very secure grip on most nuts. The narrow blades get into narrow spots. The quick adjustable jaws will fit nuts up to about 38mm. Very versatile. Also the jaws are flat, not knurled or serrated, so they will not burr whatever you are trying to grip.

They will not replace standard pliers (being a smooth jaw they will not grip a round object) but do a good job replacing many wrenches. I reckon if you need more torque than you can get from this you should be using a socket set.

I have not used the comfort handle version of this tool. Maybe if I was using them all day it would be beneficial, but for my occasional use and the standard handle version being 20% cheaper - it was a no-brainer choice for me.

I chose the 10" over the 7" for the increased size range and longer handles (more torque). If you work in confined spaces a lot then the 7" may be better - I can't justify the second pair for my needs... yet.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. R. on May 20, 2009
I decided to purchase these pliers after using a 7" pair. We are building an airplane and they do everything from holding a bolt to squeezing a hard to reach rivet. If you use tools on a regular basis the high price is easier to take.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By BillyBoy on April 14, 2012
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Recently, I changed 4 faucets and 3 toilet in-flow valves with this tool. It performed flawlessly. If you understand tool costs, this tool comes cheap even though the dollar amount may seem high. If you price all the box wrenches it takes to cover the range of this tool, it seems less expensive. And, its size allows me to work in small places behind toilets and inside cabinets. Comparable box wrenches at these sizes are monstrous-long and not able to work in small areas. I used it to hold the fitting securely while I turned the tightening screw with adjustable pliers to get no-leak tightness without using messy putty. No wonder the Germans have a patent on its design.
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