Popular in the Kamasa Tools range are these self-grip locking pliers that are suitable for a wide range of applications including automotive and electrical.
Kamasa says these are sturdy tools and comfortable to use with their thermoplastic rubber soft-grip handles. There are three sizes of curved-jaw pliers, the five inch (125mm) with jaw capacity of 25mm (part number 56139), the seven inch (180mm) with jaw capacity of 40mm (part number 56140) and the 8¾ inch (225mm) with jaw capacity of 55mm (part number 56141).
The curved jaws allows increased grip and better fitting on curved surfaces.
There is also the 9¼ inch (235mm) long-nose version which has a jaw capacity of 60mm (part number 56142). The long, straight jaws allow access in difficult areas and make effective clamps.
The classic self-grip locking plier design means they can be used as pliers or clamps or even as a mini-vice. Easily adjusted with trigger release that easily releases the clamping force even when adjusted to a tight fit. All the pliers also include an integral wire-cutter.
Manufactured from chrome-vanadium steel for strength and durability and nickel-plated for corrosion resistance.
They are available now from your nearest Kamasa stockist.