1/2" Breaking Pliers

$12.95 USD
Item# 5060
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  • The 1/2" wide jaw provides extra breaking power
  • Smooth jaws won’t mar while manipulating glass
  • Lifetime manufacturer guarantee!


Product Description

You'll snap glass apart easily with this precision tool. Clamp it on one side of a score line. Hold the glass between your thumb and fist on the other side. Then, snap the glass with a quick up and out movement with the pliers. Pliers measure 6-1/2" long. Lifetime Manufacturer Guarantee!

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Pros : These do the job they advertise. A bit hard to break off really small bits, but that is to be expected.
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Pros : I feel these are the best tool for breaking the excess off the edge of a score. Much better than the one that have the grooves.
Cons : Hard to find at times. Get them while you can!
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