|Item Weight||10.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 9 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||09300|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited lifetime warranty|
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CH Hanson 09300 7-Inch Needle Nose Self-Adjusting Locking Pliers
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- Set and Forget set desired clamp pressure, from slight to extreme and jaws self-adjust to any size with equal grip pressure
- Easy squeeze release lever
- No slip texture grip
- Chrome molybdenum steel construction for durability
- Limited lifetime warranty
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The rotating hing inside of the pliers is made of plastic and breaks under normal usage. I was trying to use them to hold a 1/2 piece of pipe in place for tack welding but the pliers broke when trying to vise them down. The hing just snapped off, rendering them completely useless.
EDIT: After having these for a while, I noticed they have a fair amount of torsional flex at the pivot point when locked. Not great for tough jobs.
I have the 10in version of this tool (non-needle nose) and that pair doesn't have the flex, so it's not the auto-locking action that is at fault. So due to the flex on the needle nose version, I downgraded my review from 5 to 3 stars.
GOOD: they work pretty good if you dont need a lot a clamping power, or I would say if you need only very mininal clamping power.
- The wider the material the easier it is to clamp it together. It will snap-lock quicker with little resistance.
BAD: If you want to clamp thinner material like 2 sheets of steel of copper for soldering or welding you have to adjust to screw in the way ,so it will create enough clamping power to hold the material down. By doing so , it will be extremely difficult to close the pliers. You will eventually readjust the screw to make it possible to close the pliers to hold thinner sheets together but it will decrease the clamping power of thin material.
- If you are trying to clamp 2 pieces of materiel , that are little apart ,let say 1/4" it will not pull the 2 pieces together. You will have to make sure that material you are trying to clamp is already tight . With traditional locking pliers you can pull and clamp material together.
I wanted to like it ,but right now i use it only for 10% of my work , where clamping power is not required .
I also have HANSON C-clamp and welding pliers which for some reason work little better these needle nose from hanson and I use them for about 30% of my work , as they have little better clamping power.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I needed these type of pliers for tight spaces. and work really great. highly recommended.Published 18 months ago by Miguel A.
The quality of this tool is obvious. I have had plenty of junk vise grips that folded in the work process. Read morePublished on May 5, 2014 by Peter Littlebrooke
man one handed operation makes life a little easer and will not let go until you want it to I bought 2!Published on January 30, 2014 by Tim F
Easy to use. work as described. I now have several self adjusting locking pliers from CH Hansen. Recommended to everyone.Published on February 15, 2013 by kevin e crawford