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Channellock High Leverage Linesman Pliers, 10.5-in - $24.93 - YMMV

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[Canadian Tire] Channellock High Leverage Linesman Pliers, 10.5-in - $24.93 - YMMV

Spotted a few clearance deals on Channellock tools. Linesmans seems like the best deal. Lots of stores have these on clearance but YMMV.

Also on clearance:
Channellock® Slip Joint & Wire Cutting Pliers, 8-in, $12.93
Channellock® Long Reach Diagonal Cutter, 7.5-in, $21.93
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Thanks OP, got one for pickup.
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: Ordered all of them.
The first one look like a piler. But it can cut a nail?
probably ok for finishing nails... Using linesman to cut nails is dumb though. If you need to cut nails, get the right tool for it. An oscillating tool, or bolt cutters if it does not need to be flush. Or, just use the back of a hammer... or drive the nail in flush... I mean theres so many ways to deal with that that wouldnt involve damaging a tool.
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Scott86 wrote: probably ok for finishing nails... Using linesman to cut nails is dumb though. If you need to cut nails, get the right tool for it. An oscillating tool, or bolt cutters if it does not need to be flush. Or, just use the back of a hammer... or drive the nail in flush... I mean theres so many ways to deal with that that wouldnt involve damaging a tool.
Review for both Channellock® Slip Joint & Wire Cutting Pliers, 8-in, $12.93 and Channellock® Long Reach Diagonal Cutter, 7.5-in, $21.93 worry me as some said the rivet is crooked and the Diagonal Cutter can only cut zip tie and will break if you use it to cut wire.
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Love channellock. That Linesman is one of my fav tools. Its soooo good. Mine is over 20 years old and works perfectly
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This is a pretty good hammer, I highly recommend it
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Thanks op. Got a pair of the Lineman pliers on order.

The Diagonal Cutters reviews kind of scared me away, Didn't want to risk it for that Price.
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Scott86 wrote: probably ok for finishing nails... Using linesman to cut nails is dumb though. If you need to cut nails, get the right tool for it. An oscillating tool, or bolt cutters if it does not need to be flush. Or, just use the back of a hammer... or drive the nail in flush... I mean theres so many ways to deal with that that wouldnt involve damaging a tool.
I've got a surplus of Klein linesman pliers and they cut through reasonably sized nails and screws no problem. I've never had a set become noticably dull or damaged. They're absolute tanks.
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Langley BC is showing these on sale but not at the price OP has. Are there any greater vancouver area stores showing $24.93?
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Great tool to be used for a lifetime! I wish I had bought more top-quality tools like this when I first started to need them as a home-owner, instead of cutting corners on cheaper ones. Like my Wiss snips, Estwing hammer, and Klein sidecutters that have served me well for 35 years!
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Dealmaker1945 wrote: Great tool to be used for a lifetime! I wish I had bought more top-quality tools like this when I first started to need them as a home-owner, instead of cutting corners on cheaper ones. Like my Wiss snips, Estwing hammer, and Klein sidecutters that have served me well for 35 years!
Thank you for sharing your experiences. Ordered Estwing Hammer and axe for my boat..... it's kinds of weird situation when I get to some really remote area for a day or two, I do need to them. Now do you want share more about how you structure you deal? lol
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Thanks! I didn't know if this was like HD where clearance prices aren't reflected. Now I see that the Grandview store actually has these for $19.99 so that's a big win.

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