|Handle Length (in.)||4.5 in||Product Depth (in.)||2.28 in|
|Product Height (in.)||0.63 in||Product Width (in.)||7.60 in|
|Cut Type||Diagonal Cut||Hand Tool Type||Cutting Pliers|
|Handle Material||Comfort Grip||Individual/Set||Individual|
|Jaw Capacity (in.)||1.1||Jaw Tip Size (in.)||.94 in|
|Joint Type||Fixed Joint||Number of Pieces||1|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
A: Milwaukee Tool was started in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1924 and we have manufactured products domestically ever since. We have more than 14 manufacturing and operations facilities in the U.S. that are critical components of our global manufacturing footprint. Over the last several years, Milwaukee® has delivered hundreds of game-changing solutions to the industry, driving significant double-digit growth for our company worldwide. To maintain and support this pace of growth, we continue to diversify our operations to better serve our customers around the world. This includes manufacturing and operations presences in the UK, Germany, China, Vietnam, and the Czech Republic. - Social Team
A: I have used my Milwaukee cutter for brad nails without any problems.
A: Not impressed
A: Unfortunately, there is no indication on the packaging or on the Milwaukee website as to what these cutters will cut. I only intend to use them to cut copper and soft metal, so I expect these to meet my needs. If you need to cut harder wire, you may want to look at mini-bolt cutters or other brand cutters designed to cut piano wire and other harder metals.
A: The pliers are made FORGED STRENGTH .