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7.5 in. Compound Action Diagonal Pliers

$1697
  • Powerful cutting action with cross hatch tooth design
  • Durable chrome vanadium steel construction
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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The DEWALT 7.5 in. Compound Action Diagonal Pliers combine a secure jaw grip with powerful cutting. An aggressive cross hatch tooth design provides a stable griping platform, while the compound action feature offers hassle-free cutting through various objects. Built to last, the pliers are crafted with rugged chrome vanadium steel for extra strength and power.
  • Exceptional cutting power tackles a variety of objects
  • Bi-material handles provide a strong grip and comfort
  • Aggressive cross hatch tooth design for better gripping
  • Chrome vanadium steel ensures lasting strength
  • Induction hardened cutting blades offer rugged durability

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Jaw Capacity0.5 in.25 in1.18 in.75 in
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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
4.25
Product Depth (in.)
7.5 in
Product Height (in.)
1.02 in
Product Width (in.)
2.87 in

Details

Cut Type
Cross Cut
Hand Tool Type
Cutting Pliers
Handle Material
Composite
Individual/Set
Individual
Jaw Capacity
.25 in
Jaw Tip Size
.75 in
Joint Type
Fixed Joint
Number of Pieces
1
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

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Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime Warranty

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this is my first pliers with this type mechanical leverage and it does make a difference .. i am...
this is my first pliers with this type mechanical leverage and it does make a difference .. i am probably using less that half of my powerful hand force to cut wires .. and hanger wires than before .. the jaws do not open that wide but for most wires it does .. if you need to cut bigger then you needs bolt cutter which i already have ..
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Lifetime warranty is not worth it
I bought these 7 years ago and used them very little. Maybe 5-6 times a year to cut electrical cables.Took it out today to do the same and it wasn't cutting properly. I looked at it and a chunk the size and shape of 12ga wire was missing in the middle of one of the blades. I checked the 'lifetime warranty' and you have to ship the tool to the repair depot to see if it 'qualifies' for the warranty. The cost to ship these to the repair depot is likely what a replacement would cost so its not worth it.
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    Good quality. I am recommending.
    Good quality. I am recommending.
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    No more struggling with cutting small protruding nails that drive too far when I build bird house...
    No more struggling with cutting small protruding nails that drive too far when I build bird houses. I had be using a traditional "wire" cutter like this one, only old school. And it was a difficult cut, sometimes impossible (and required grinding the nail with a small grinder tool). With this new tool cutting nails off is easy peasy. Why didn't you invent this tool years ago. This is a must-have tool!!!! Now, make another with longer handles for cutting even thicker metal. I'll buy that one too. The pic I included is how I used this cutter to cut off interior protruding nails when I attached the front perch extension on a birdhouse entry hole. Very tight working space too. Of course I cut them earlier and repainted the inside. But you get my drift.
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    Great Pliers compound action and grip make this tool easy to use
    Great Pliers compound action and grip make this tool easy to use
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    I recently bought these to replace an earlier model I had . They seem like nice pliers but unlik...
    I recently bought these to replace an earlier model I had . They seem like nice pliers but unlike the older ones, the handles are stamped and rolled which results in a lot of flex. Even when cutting 12/2 Romex, the handles flex enough that the handle ends touch before cutting through the material. These are useless for anything other than cutting zip-ties and single conductors. I'm a big Dewalt fan, but these were a real dissapointment.
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      I've owned no less than a dozen of these tools and used them for my wiring business for the past ...
      I've owned no less than a dozen of these tools and used them for my wiring business for the past 6 years. On Nov 19, 2017 I purchased another pair, noting that the design of the tool had changed yet part number was the same. The new tool was surprising total junk. It had trouble cutting 18 AWG wire (see pic). Wiring is our business and these used to be the best tools: they were sharp, effective and pretty ergonomic. They are our go-to diag cutters. However, they are not the same product anymore. Look at the picture - the cutting edges don't even line up. I don't know if I just got a bad pair, but even that says something about poor quality control. They are going back as soon as I can get there.
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            bought for my father (80 years old) — they are...
            bought for my father (80 years old) — they are great — the force reduction allows him to cut things that he previously could not.
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