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[Home Depot] Husky Locking Pliers Set (3-Piece), $14.88

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Sep 5, 2019
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[Home Depot] Husky Locking Pliers Set (3-Piece), $14.88

Husky Locking Pliers Set (3-Piece), $14.88

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/100086 ... W18_L5V3E4

- Includes one 6.5-inch Long Nose, one 7-inch Curved Jaw and one 10-inch Curved Jaw.
- Enable hands-free operation when used as a clamp to hold two pieces of material together until they are permanently joined, or to hold materials for welding and similar applications.
- Also makes it easy to hold oddly shaped objects for added versatility.

Reviews are good. 4.5 of 5.

This is a Special Buy item on this week's flyer. Seems a good deal.
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Deal Addict
Nov 2, 2008
1883 posts
363 upvotes
toronto
Good buy!
This has been on sale with the adjustable wrenchs for the same price the past 3 weeks.
Cant beat the husky lifetime warranty!
Sr. Member
Oct 11, 2018
540 posts
755 upvotes
Arkham
I so wanna buy these but aside using as vise grip for garage door fix (which doesn't happen too often), what other situations do I need these?
Deal Fanatic
Nov 13, 2002
5953 posts
333 upvotes
Quebec
these cheap china metal tools will lose their teeth on anything serious like when used to take off a tie rod. these are useful only for clamping small stuff together.
Sr. Member
Jul 22, 2015
581 posts
906 upvotes
Toronto, ON
fakishan wrote: these cheap china metal tools will lose their teeth on anything serious like when used to take off a tie rod. these are useful only for clamping small stuff together.
Most are Chinese made, Even new made Vise Grips are junk. The only decent pair are Grip-Ons and maybe Milwaukee for a close second
[OP]
Sr. Member
Sep 5, 2019
869 posts
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fakishan wrote: these cheap china metal tools will lose their teeth on anything serious like when used to take off a tie rod. these are useful only for clamping small stuff together.
Per Product Overview, these locking pliers are used to "enable hands-free operation when used as a clamp to hold two pieces of material together until they are permanently joined, or to hold materials for welding and similar applications". I don't think these pliers are intended for uses such as taking off a tire rod. Tongue & Groove Pliers may be more suitable for those applications.

In my personal experience, Husky hand tools are usually high-quality. And they have life-time warranty.
Newbie
Apr 25, 2014
53 posts
79 upvotes
gatineau, QC
Interesting price, what could home Depot mean by this?
Deal Addict
Feb 26, 2003
4128 posts
166 upvotes
Tahsis
mygunuface wrote: Interesting price, what could home Depot mean by this?
Yeah, that’s a bit unfortunate.

I wonder if these are any better than the crap Canadian Tire cheapos I have.

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