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Specialty Use Pliers

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Specialty pliers have features or functions dedicated to specific gripping or cutting tasks. They provide better results in applications that would be more difficult or time consuming to do with standard pliers.
Specialty pliers have features or functions dedicated to specific gripping or cutting tasks. They provide better results in applications that would be more difficult or time consuming to do with standard pliers.

Wire-Twisting Pliers

Wire-Twisting Pliers
Wire-twisting pliers lock their jaws onto the loose ends of wire and spin the wire to twist it together. Also known as wire twister pliers, they make tight, consistent twists that resist unraveling. They are commonly used to form decorative twists for jewelry and safety wire twists that lock down fasteners in aircraft and high-vibration machinery.
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Wire-Twisting Pliers Sets

Wire-Twisting Pliers Sets

These pliers sets include multiple pairs of wire-twisting pliers in various sizes. Wire-twisting pliers lock their jaws onto the loose ends of wire and spin the wire to twist it together. Also known as wire twister pliers, they make tight, consistent twists that resist unraveling. They are commonly used to form decorative twists for jewelry and safety wire twists that lock down fasteners in aircraft and high-vibration machinery.

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Hog-Ring Pliers

Hog-Ring Pliers
These pliers install hog rings that anchor automotive or furniture upholstery to frames, join wire cages, and fasten fencing to posts and rails. Hog rings slot into the pliers' grooved jaws for proper positioning during crimping. The jaws are spring loaded to apply firm pressure and hold the rings in place.
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Fencing Pliers

Fencing Pliers
Fencing pliers combine gripping pliers, wire cutters, a staple claw, and a hammer into one tool for installing and repairing wire fences. Their multipurpose head pulls, pries, and drives staples, and it stretches, twists, crimps, and cuts wire.
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Hemostat Pliers

Hemostat Pliers
The long, slim body and fine tip of hemostat pliers reach between surfaces, within slots, and into other hard-to-access spaces to grip and clamp small parts and thin materials. Interlocking teeth in the handles adjust the clamping pressure and lock the jaws in place for firm hold without cutting through. Hemostats are commonly used in crafts, jewelry making, fishing, and other intricate gripping applications.
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Locking Sprinkler Pliers

Locking Sprinkler Pliers
Locking sprinkler pliers stop water spray from individual sprinkler heads without shutting off water to the whole system. Also known as fire sprinkler tools, they are commonly used to turn off leaking sprinkler heads until they can be replaced.
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Welding Pliers

Welding Pliers

Welding pliers provide a multifunction tool to prepare MIG guns for welding and clean them up after use. They have a wire cutter to trim stick-outs to length, gripping zones to loosen nozzles and contact tips, a square nose to grip and draw wire, reaming edges to remove spatter, and hammer faces to remove slag.

Locknut Pliers

Locknut Pliers
Notched jaws in locknut pliers provide a firm grip to tighten and loosen conduit locknuts and caps. Serrations in the jaws debur the outside of conduit, and sharp edges on the nose ream the inside of conduit. The pliers' long, slim nose reaches deep into electrical boxes and other tight spaces to grab wire and pull fish tape.
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Halogen-Bulb Pliers

Halogen-Bulb Pliers
Slim, plastic-coated tips on halogen-bulb pliers reach into tight spaces and apply a delicate touch to handle bulbs without scratching or breaking them. Also known as bulb-exchange pliers, they install and remove wedge-base mini bulbs commonly found in vehicles and string lights.
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Fuse-Puller Pliers

Fuse-Puller Pliers
Fuse-puller pliers reach into electrical panels and other tight spaces to install and remove fuses, heating elements, and small relays. They are commonly used to pull automotive mini fuses from crowded fuse boxes.
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Cycle Pliers

Cycle Pliers
The slim head of cycle pliers grips narrow fastener connections where slip joint pliers and other thicker-head gripping pliers won't fit. Small slots in the jaw are sized for finishing nails and other thin items. Large slots in the jaw are sized for small pipe and larger fasteners.
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Hole-Punching Pliers

Hole-Punching Pliers

Hole-punching pliers strike their punch against their anvil and drive holes through leather, rubber, textiles, cardboard, and soft plastics. Also known as revolving punch pliers, their rotary head holds interchangeable punches in a range of diameters to make different-sized holes. Each punch rotates into place to align with the anvil and cut cleanly through material. 

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Nail Pulling Pliers

Nail Pulling Pliers

Nail pulling pliers clench their jaws onto fasteners and roll on their rounded head to pry them out. They provide a firm grip and more leverage than nippers to remove stubborn or damaged nails and staples. 

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