Dragon 6" Running Pliers

$17.95 USD
Item# 5070
Availability: Expected to be available March 28, 2024. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Smaller than standard running pliers for a comfortable fit
  • narrow head makes breaking smaller strips easy
  • Adjustable set screw fits to any width of glass
  • Rubber, comfort grip handle

Available Substitutes

item: 710700
item: 63987
item: 5068

Product Description

Reduce Hand Fatigue with this Essential Tool
Metal running pliers that will make you feel great and your glass cuts look better than ever! These running pliers are 6" long, instead of the typical 8" long pliers - they fit into your hand easier and are easy to use. They're also spring-loaded, so you don't have to open them up after every break - they open themselves! Blue grip handle, metal construction.

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Pros : Easy to use
Cons : none
Other Thoughts : Delphi glass has the best products!
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Pros : Great, should have replaced my old cutter a long time ago!
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Pros : Break small strips and pieces where it's tough to get leverage. Good quality and easy movement. Adjustable.
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Other Thoughts : I don't know what I did without these. Great for nice even pressure. Easy in your hand.
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