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Self grip pliers ( mole grips ) 3 piece set £4.99 @ Screwfix C&C

£4.99 @ Screwfix
As above. Handy price for a 3 piece set Was £7.99 Description Manufacturer Guarantee\x091 Year Guarantee Pack Size\x091 Pieces in Pack/Case\x091 Pliers/Cutters Overall Length (Band)\x09Mixed Pli… Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
As above.

Handy price for a 3 piece set

Was £7.99

Description
Manufacturer Guarantee\x091 Year Guarantee
Pack Size\x091
Pieces in Pack/Case\x091
Pliers/Cutters Overall Length (Band)\x09Mixed
Pliers & Cutters Product Type\x09Locking Pliers
Total Product Weight\x091.052 kg
VDE (Yes/No)\x09No
PRODUCT CONTENTS
5" (127mm), 7" (177mm) and 10" (254mm).
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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9 Likes #1
Thanks Pen X)

http://i.imgur.com/fcBDZoe.gif
#2
Cold - not Irwin Vice Grips ;-)
1 Like #3
OK grips, got them last time they were this price.
1 Like #4
Cheers .
Ideal for general DIY use.
3 Likes #5
Nice and cheap, heat added
#6
I use these - they are just fine.
4 Likes #7
ddaann_99
Cold - not Irwin Vice Grips ;-)
... but these do not cost £40!
I don't know why, but whenever tools are discussed on HUKD there are rather daft comments like this.
8 Likes #8
Can these grip moles? X)
https://media.giphy.com/media/YLMxsvy8PSzks/giphy.gif
#9
Fantastic price. Heated.
3 Likes #10
othen
ddaann_99
Cold - not Irwin Vice Grips ;-)
... but these do not cost £40!
I don't know why, but whenever tools are discussed on HUKD there are rather daft comments like this.

S/he was clearly joking, hence the wink smiley :)
3 Likes #11
just picked some up for the odd occasion I might need a set. Downside is that the very top of the jaws don't have the serrations/grips it's just flat jaw... which isnt very useful for gripping rounded off screw heads etc. just something to bear in mind.

but at this price point they seem good value for money! even at the original price.
#12
I have this set and they are OK.......... for the money. My only real gripe is minor, but sometimes the release handle does not 'sit' properly, therefore will not release.
2 Likes #13
themachman
Can these grip moles? X)
https://media.giphy.com/media/YLMxsvy8PSzks/giphy.gif


get a grip :)
#14
othen
ddaann_99
Cold - not Irwin Vice Grips ;-)
... but these do not cost £40!
I don't know why, but whenever tools are discussed on HUKD there are rather daft comments like this.

Welcome to the internet, where the winky face implies sarcasm / tongue in cheek. Good lord...
banned 1 Like #15
can moles grip these??
3 Likes #16
These make decent hammers as well.

Edited By: n217970 on May 09, 2017 20:14
5 Likes #17
Anyone who doesn't think this is a good deal needs to get a grip
#18
barginfan
Cheers .
Ideal for general DIY use.
Pretty good for breaking and entering too
1 Like #19
Got these last time...at a fiver they're not bad value, however they are quite soft - I have dented the jaws locking them onto rounded screw heads, and if you try to twist straight on the jaws come out of alignment and slip off the screw. Worth the price but not very heavy duty.
3 Likes #20
Lidl have a different set of 3 for the same price, in store from 11th May
https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/Non-Food-Offers.htm?articleId=2892
6 Likes #21
I know this isn't my usual drunk kind of advice, but sometimes you can get a skin pinch (won't use my mam's term here!) from the little "flicky" release handle on these and if you get a cheapy rubber band and wrap it around the lower and 'flicky' handle it keeps them together. I know this makes no sense until you've used them and got the nip a few times and shouted all the bricklayers' "hallelujahs and glories" when it happens. This post will get NO likes. It's too esoteric.
#22
i've had a fair few pairs of these, they are rubbish!, cheap cast metal which fail when you try to clamp anything really tight.

Honestly save your money and get something better.

Cheap for a reason!
#23
They will be good for cracking some nuts
#24
Thanks OP. I ordered them last time they were on sale. Just ordered some more, you can never have too many
tools !. One for the Car , one for home. .
#25
Everyone should have a pair of mole grips, they are so useful. Like having a third hand when working on cars, plumbing...
#26
I need a set of tools for DIY plumbing. What tools do I need to buy?
#27
also at lidl ATM. includes c clamp type.
#28
What's better, these or waterpump pliers? Also, what's the average plier size for day to day DIY - 10 or 12 inch?
#29
As the Actress said to the Bishop?
#30
themachman
Can these grip moles? X)https://media.giphy.com/media/YLMxsvy8PSzks/giphy.gif
Or can moles grip the pussy?
1 Like #31
Rubbish quality you get what you pay for
#32
These are great if you can't get a dentist appointment..
#33
othen
ddaann_99
Cold - not Irwin Vice Grips ;-)
... but these do not cost £40!
I don't know why, but whenever tools are discussed on HUKD there are rather daft comments like this.

He was being sarcastic....lol
#34
tariq3877
Rubbish quality you get what you pay for

So many mixed reviews!?!!?!?!?
#35
This is a really "gripping" offer ;)
1 Like #36
Just collected mine. Thanks PF. Just in time
#37
These are ok for the money, but the jaws twist and don't lock that great.
I would recommend the Irwin ones, proper brand that will last and jaws don't twist
#38
tariq3877
Rubbish quality you get what you pay for


They aren't great, I bought these then bought some proper Irwin ones, you get what you pay for
#39
Worst quality tool worst than poundland
#40
tariq3877
Worst quality tool worst than poundland


Judging by some of your 'deals' NOBODY would possibly take your comment seriously

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