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 Post subject: Long nose pliers
PostPosted: Wed Oct 11, 2017 9:49 pm 
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Which long nose pliers would you recommend?

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Depends what you plan to do with them, automotive work, electrical, electronics, jewellery. Need to be more specific. Budget?


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Rorschach wrote:
Depends what you plan to do with them, automotive work, electrical, electronics, jewellery. Need to be more specific. Budget?
I want them mainly for electrical work to us on wiring. I hoping to buy a decent one for under £20?

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Draper or Stanley are reasonable priced approx £15, if you want to stretch to £25 then you can pick up Knipex or CK. there are many different brands shapes and sizes on the market, I have 5 or 6 sets of pointed nose pliers and none are the same.

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If you plan to use on electrical then you really want to get VDE rated pliers.



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VDE for sure - c.k. for around the £25 or £20 for a set of wiha.

If your going to use them infrequently a pair of drapers will do the job for around £12


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Can't remember where I got my VDE long nosed from, might well have been part of a kit of VDE tools.

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I have a set of 6 knipex vde cutters and pliers, I got 15+ years ago through the company I was working for at cost +10% they retailed at £300+ iirc there nothing like the newer knipex stuff


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