Fan Out 3/8" Breaker/ Grozer Pliers

$39.95 USD
Item# 5066F
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  • Plier break glass along score lines that can't be handled comfortably by hand
  • High grade metal stays sharper longer
  • Spring loaded jaws for quicker, easier work

Product Description

Professional Quality Tool
Fan Out tools are made from a higher grade of metal, which allows them to last longer, stay sharper and perform to a level of excellence that exceeds most other brands. Use as a breaking plier to break glass along score line when the glass can't be handled comfortably by hand. A good score will snap cleanly when this plier is placed at the score opposite your other hand and a quick up and out motion is applied. Turn the plier over and use as a grozing tool! Jaws are spring-loaded for faster, easier work. Measures 6" long.

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Pros : OK, sorry for the corn...In all seriousness these pliers are great! Grips and nips perfectly. Would love to have others made by this company.
Cons : You don't have 'em yet. Get some!
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