A year or so ago, I received a set of adjustable pliers as a Christmas gift.
At first glance, they looked like a simple pair of ‘water pump’ (tongue & groove) pliers. However, after a closer look, I realized that the joint was made differently than traditional water pump pliers. First, it is locking. No more slippling and sliding between grooves when you apply pressure. Second, it provides many more ‘notches’ allowing the pliers to be adjusted to precisely the right size necessary for the task.
The jaws are narrow so that the pliers can reach into tight places. This somewhat ‘petite’ form results in a lightweight easy to handle tool.
I never thought I would be bragging on a pair of pliers. They are just pliers right?
Upon researching these pliers online, I found that they are made for Craftsman by Knipex. At the time of this writing, the only 7 inch Craftsman version is MUCH more expensive than the Knipex version. However, the combo 7 & 10 inch price on the Craftsman is not so bad. So, I’ll include both links here. I know they are not cheap, but I believe you will like these pliers!
I’d appreciate it if you would purchase via the links below. This doesn’t cost you any extra, and it helps to support Tractor Time with Tim. We really appreciate it.