|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 10 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||GS-3S|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime warranty. All Channellock tools are 100-percent guaranteed against breakage and failure.|
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Channellock GS-3S 4-Piece Tongue and Groove Plier Gift Set: 426,420,440 and 61CB
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- Includes 426 - 6-1/2-Inch tongue and groove plier
- Includes 420 - 9-1/2-Inch tongue and groove plier
- Includes 440 - 12-Inch tongue and groove plier
- Includes 61CB - 6-n-1 screwdriver
- Pliers have Channellock Blue grips for comfort
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Something to beware of: Tool manufacturers to include those of flashlights are stamping items "U.S.A." vs "Made in U.S.A." due to some or most of a widget's parts/build process being performed offshore then in some fashion assembled in USA.
About the set: Heavy steel; lengths: 12" OAL w/a ~2.1" jaw drop, 9.5"OAL w/a ~ 1.2" jaw drop, and 6.75"OAL w/a ~ 0.75" jaw drop while closed; very good thick rubber-type handle coverings which actually feel thicker than my 40-y/o set (could be due to wear); exposed metal has some sort of heavy lacquer finish for corrosion prevention, something I don't recall on old set; water pump pivot pin is a big rivet vs lag bolt w/ self-locking nut...Hmmm, I personally like those w/ self-locking nut (older ones same size have) but perhaps the larger size pumps made today have lags/SL nuts, not sure.
The added screwdriver is stamped "CHANNELLOCK," has a 'corn cob' handle and likely made offshore; its reversible bit (Phillips/flat) has a receiver ball to remain attached - ordinary 'apex' bits fall out.
Screwdriver aside, this is a decent set at cost.
So the set gets full marks right?
Well there's that screwdriver... it's made in China, the bits broke, and it seems like you can't use conventional bits because the handle only takes bits with a ball-clip in the middle to keep them from falling out. Too bad, because the handle feels solid in your hand, and I could care less about the country of origin if it was at least usable.
Yes, it is called a 6-in1: (2 x 5/16" bits + 2 x 1/4" bits + 1 x 1/4" nut driver + 1 x 5/16" nut driver = 6) and we would always joke that it could become a 5-in-1 or even a 4-in-1 if you break or lose a bit in the bottom of your tool bag... but its really just a Nut-Driver and something to save your rear end in a pinch if you forgot to bring a real Philips screwdriver to the job.
Great set at a real value. Anyone who knows someone getting into service plumbing should buy this set for them; they will have the tools till they retire ( if they don't lose them, or they grow legs), and they're great for just about ANYTHING around the house.
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Channellock is an excellent manufacturer, you cannot go wrong. I have never had a Channellock product break including my first slip-joint pliers I bought 35 years ago and it only... Read morePublished 26 days ago by R. Reim
GREAT TOOLS ---GET A SET-- YEARS AGO I BOUGHT SIMILAR SET AND THE 6-N-1 WAS JUNK BUT NOW IT IS WORTHY OF CHANNELLOCK NAMEPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer