|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10.9 x 4.4 x 0.5 inches|
|Item model number||770150|
|Color||Gray with Orange handle|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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I was relieved to find that the forging and machining on my pliers seems to be fairly decent overall. Definitely not world class, but thankfully much better than what I was expecting after reading all of the bad reviews here on Amazon. They are still being made in China, but the thin grooved jaws line up nicely and the pliers open and close smoothly with no excess slop in the pivot joint. A small spring in the handles holds them in the open position. The wire cutters mate cleanly and worked well on both the .030 and .035 flux core I tried them on, giving a clean snap and leaving just the right amount extending from the end of the nozzle. The outer edges of the jaws are straight and sharp enough to do a good job scraping deposits from inside of the nozzle and the grooved large diameter hole worked fine for gripping and removing the nozzle. The smaller hole grips the contact tips tightly without crushing them. The vinyl grips are comfortable and made of reasonably thick material so should hold up.
Overall, especially considering what I paid for these on Amazon, I'm happy with them. There are better welpers out there, but these aren't too bad and seem like they should be fine for my needs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cheap crap as others have stated. Exact same pair at Harbor Freight for half the price.Published 6 days ago by Humpty Dumpty
I'm not gonna lie, I bought these on recommendation and have never used them.
The tool is tough, and the handles haven't been destroyed from being at the bottom of my... Read more
Wire cutter does not cut cleanly. Takes a twist to remove the wire.Published 1 month ago by Fred Ariail