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

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Found 6th Nov 2016Made hot 6th Nov 2016
Useful tool as it has a push button for adjusting the jaws.

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Decent price. Ordered and heat added. Thanks OP.

Stanley fat max are same price.

Don't Stanley own Dewalt

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: "GoNz0-" 6th Nov 2016

furbars

Stanley fat max are same price.

onamission100

Don't Stanley own Dewalt



​Yes which is owned by Black and Decker oO

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..

ohreally

I use these at work they are not great at griping some work pieces, the … 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?

GoNz017

2.5x is a bit more than slightly unless you know where to buy them around … 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.

b1g1an

Read the last reviews on the FatMax page, they're probably the most … 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

GoNz017

I now by lifetime tools but the "slightly" had me hope you got one for a … 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.

furbars

​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.

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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