10" DeWalt DEWALT PUSH-LOCK PLIERS £9.99 Click & Collect Screwfix - HotUKDeals
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10" DeWalt DEWALT PUSH-LOCK PLIERS £9.99 Click & Collect Screwfix

£9.99 @ Screwfix
Useful tool as it has a push button for adjusting the jaws.
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Useful tool as it has a push button for adjusting the jaws.
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#1
Decent price. Ordered and heat added. Thanks OP.
#2
Stanley fat max are same price.
#3
Don't Stanley own Dewalt
#4
furbars
Stanley fat max are same price.
Just about identical apart from a slight variation in the handle moulding.
onamission100
Don't Stanley own Dewalt
Judging by the identical metalwork I would say yes.

Edited By: GoNz017 on Nov 06, 2016 19:04
#5
GoNz017
furbars
Stanley fat max are same price.
Just about identical apart from a slight variation in the handle moulding.
onamission100
Don't Stanley own Dewalt
Judging by the identical metalwork I would say yes.


​Yes which is owned by Black and Decker oO
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I use these at work they are not great at griping some work pieces, the knipex cobra equivalent are much better albeit slightly more expensive..
#7
ohreally
I use these at work they are not great at griping some work pieces, the knipex cobra equivalent are much better albeit slightly more expensive..
2.5x is a bit more than slightly unless you know where to buy them around £15?
#8
GoNz017
ohreally
I use these at work they are not great at griping some work pieces, the knipex cobra equivalent are much better albeit slightly more expensive..
2.5x is a bit more than slightly unless you know where to buy them around £15?

Read the last reviews on the FatMax page, they're probably the most telling. It all comes down to whether you want one for occasional light use or a decent quality tool that will probably outlive you.
#9
b1g1an
GoNz017
ohreally
I use these at work they are not great at griping some work pieces, the knipex cobra equivalent are much better albeit slightly more expensive..
2.5x is a bit more than slightly unless you know where to buy them around £15?
Read the last reviews on the FatMax page, they're probably the most telling. It all comes down to whether you want one for occasional light use or a decent quality tool that will probably outlive you.
I now by lifetime tools but the "slightly" had me hope you got one for a good price. £25 is a tad more than slight compared to a tenner ;)
#10
GoNz017
b1g1an
GoNz017
ohreally
I use these at work they are not great at griping some work pieces, the knipex cobra equivalent are much better albeit slightly more expensive..
2.5x is a bit more than slightly unless you know where to buy them around £15?
Read the last reviews on the FatMax page, they're probably the most telling. It all comes down to whether you want one for occasional light use or a decent quality tool that will probably outlive you.
I now by lifetime tools but the "slightly" had me hope you got one for a good price. £25 is a tad more than slight compared to a tenner ;)

Yep, wasn't disputing what you said at all and probably shouldn't have quoted you to cause the confusion. Wish I could find the 10" Knipex for £15 :)

Judging from the reviews I don't think these ones are a big enough leap from the cheapies I have to make them worth the outlay.
#11
furbars
GoNz017
furbars
Stanley fat max are same price.
Just about identical apart from a slight variation in the handle moulding.
onamission100
Don't Stanley own Dewalt
Judging by the identical metalwork I would say yes.
​Yes which is owned by Black and Decker oO
Yep, Stanley Black & Decker is a massive fortune 500 conglomerate that owns the DeWalt, B&D, Stanley, Mac Tool, Facom and Britool brands.

Any of tools from those brands in the same price brackets all have the same guts.
#12
just don't buy the screwfix own brand they are terrible, within ten minutes of me trying to loosen a radiator they snapped in half, got my money back OK but had the hassle of taking them back.

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