Trending: Knipex Mini Pliers Wrench

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Trending: Knipex Mini Pliers Wrench

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Your eyes don't deceive you, this is a dedicated wrench and pliers set that's small enough to fit in a jeans pocket. At 5” long, the Knipex Mini Pliers Wrench have enough length to give you a solid grip but not too much to be too bulky for EDC. It's perfect for when you really need the right tool for the job and a standard multi-tool can't get it done. With multiple adjustment settings, you can use the Mini Pliers Wrench to take on everyday mechanical tasks, and its angled design and coated handles give you the leverage you need to do the work safely and efficiently. Pick up this Work Wednesday staple at the link below.

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These are not the cobras, but they are excellent. I have a pair the next size up. Parallel, smooth jaws are surprisingly useful and powerful.
Best teeny channel locks a nurse can carry! I am a home health wound specialist (I go to your house if you are too sick to go to clinic) I carry these daily and use them all the time. Leatherman makes great tools but nothing else can both unscrew the cross threaded IV AND fix the patient's wheelchair. Golden!
Ok, not to be that guy, but the pliers they are showing and linking to are not the knipex cobra line of pliers. the cobra line has a completely different profile on the jaws. That said I own this mini plier wrench and the equivalent size cobra model - they make a great EDC duo in my tool pouch.
knipex are the best channel lock type pliers bar none. the tool illustrated is a parallel jaw wrench to use on hex and square nuts and bolts, metric or SAE, undoubtably an excellent implement. they are not pliers. their cobra and alligator *pliers* are first rate- they are sometimes marketed as “pipe wrenches”.
Why do I keep seeing these? WTH edc's pliers? Except plumbers?
I carried a pair, the 5 inchers, in my shoulder bag and frequently found use for them.
Best teeny channel locks a nurse can carry! I am a home health wound specialist (I go to your house if you are too sick to go to clinic) I carry these daily and use them all the time. Leatherman makes great tools but nothing else can both unscrew the cross threaded IV AND fix the patient's wheelchair. Golden!