Professional Soft Jaw Pliers

$ 6.25 125.4000
Bestseller Professional Soft Jaw Pliers
Keep you from ruining hardware
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91P05.04 Soft Jaw Needle Nose Pliers

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91P05.05 Repl. Jaws (4 Pc) for Needle Nose Pliers

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94P04.01 Slip Joint Soft Jaw Pliers

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94P04.02 Repl.Jaws (2 Pc) for Slip Joint Pliers

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94P05.01 Soft Jaw Pipe Pliers

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94P05.02 Repl.Jaws (2 Pc) for Pipe Pliers-Round Objects

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94P05.03 Repl.Jaws (2 Pc) for Pipe Pliers-Square Object

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94P05.10 Both Slip Joint & Pipe Pliers

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Regular Price: $107.25

Special Price $89.80

94P05.20 All Three Soft Jaw Pliers

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Regular Price: $144.05

Special Price $125.40

Standard wrenches and pliers can easily ruin surfaces such as bathroom fittings, polished brass hardware, or the plastic trim on your car. Quality tools with protective surfacing are the answer, but are hard to find locally. We finally found some excellent ones in Japan. They cost a bit more, but the money you'll save replacing damaged hardware and fittings makes them a true bargain.

The standard slip-joint pliers have special resin jaws, formed to grip from the end as well the sides. Maximum capacity about 1-1/2". The pair of pipe pliers are spring loaded with greater capacity (about 2-3/4") with two sets of jaws included: one for curved surfaces like pipes, the other for angular surfaces like large chrome nuts. The needle nose style will reach way into otherwise inaccessible narrow places. Jaw length 1-1/4".

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  • Scientific Instrument Restoration

    Robert Smith, 3/18/2015 I restore scientific instruments particularly 19th and 20th century surveying transits and tools made of brass. These soft jaw pliers are especially useful in taking apart and reinstalling the soft bras fittings without damaging the various parts. They are excellent for this purpose. They give good grip with just the right pressure needed to loosen corroded components on the transit that have aged over the years. Would definitely purchase again. Always great service and just the right tools for the job at hand.
    Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner March 2015 Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner. Congratulations, Robert!!

  • Found at Last

    Tony Rumball, 1/20/2015 My son has been really wanting some of these for his locksmithing business. He was super pleased when I gave him some as a birthday present. Quality and performance exceeding expectations. Well done GW !!
  • Needed Tools

    Bronson Springstead, 10/21/2014 Been looking for something like this and found them in your catalog. Really work well even though I can't read the instructions!
  • Soft Jaw Pliers and Needle Nose Pliers

    ms277017, 4/25/2014 I rebuild electronic cigarettes and most of the atomizers screw together using O-rings to seal them. I usually find myself reaching for these on a weekly basis to remove the sections without damaging the metal. Some of these atomizers run $100-200 dollars and I could never set a regular pair of pliers on their surfaces. These work.
  • Neat Gift

    Pat, 12/7/2013 Look great and being given as a gift to my husband's brother for his crafting!
  • Only One?

    Tom, 2/24/2013 Nice enough pliers, but I only got one pair. Assumed that it was a set of 3 pair.
  • Soft Jaw Pliers

    Mike, 2/7/2013 I have had a pair of the pipe pliers for about 10 years, bought them in Japan. I use them for removing and installing military electrical connector plugs. They are without a doubt the best pliers for this purpose ever made. Although, they are sold for use with pipes, they work far better than the pliers that the connector manufacturers sell.
  • Good Idea Poor Results

    Dick, 1/1/2013 I got a pair of the soft jaw pliers for XMAS. Great concept, however, the jaws are very hard and slippery. I tried changing an faucet aerator and it just slipped on it. I am very disappointed.
  • Soft Jaw Pliers

    Bill, 1/17/2012 I use them for pen making and repair. I also use the slip-joint plies for installation and repair of bathroom and kitchen faucets. I like them because it doesn't leave any marks. They hold up very well. Thanks, Bill
  • Soft Jaw Pliers

    Bill, 1/6/2012 Great idea and not available anywhere else as far as I know however the plastic grip portion is very brittle and breaks easily. Softer jaws would prevent this and provide better grip.
  • Soft Jaw Pliers

    Jim, 4/14/2010 These soft jawed slip joint pliers are ideal for removing/installing thread protectors on firearms so as not to damage the finish on the thread protector.
  • Soft Jaw Pliers

    Michael, 2/19/2010 These do not work very well; too slippery. And, they plastic on the pliers breaks easily. I agree with an earlier review -- perhaps if the gripping action was a bit more secure, they would work better.
  • Nice Pliers

    Jeff J., 1/4/2010 I have looked far and wide for soft jaw pliers and these are the best I could find. The pliers themselves are not as nice as my Knipex but if you need soft jaws these work nicely. Docked one star for price, I think they are expensive (even on sale) for what they are.
  • Soft Jaw Pliers

    Richard, 12/26/2009 I received for Christmas. I have tried these on my faucets and they will not hold tight- they just slide around the faucet. If you try to grip anything tapered they will not work. I believe if the rubber gripping areas were a little more stiff and/or had a less slippery finish these would work much better. I plan to return these.
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