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Model#: CHLN911
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Channellock 911 9.5 in. Cable Cutting Plier

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  • Channellock 911 9.5 in. Cable Cutting Plier
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Channellock uses high carbon C1080 steel for superior performance on the job, and an electronic coating for ultimate rust prevention. These pliers have a unique design, heavy-duty and carefully balanced with broader handles for better leverage and extra comfort. Also, the closely matted cutters are scientifically heat treated to hold their edge.
Features:
  • Cable cutter
  • Cuts up to 4/0 aluminum and 2/0 copper
  • Not for steel or ACSR
  • CHANNELLOCK uses high-carbon steel for superior performance on the job and specially coated for ultimate rust prevention
  • CHANNELLOCK BLUE grips for comfort
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  • 9.5 in. Cable Cutting Plier - 911

Specifications

Weight: 0.9 lbs
Cutting Edge: 1.40 in.
Handle Span: 1.89 in.
Jaw Length: 1.40 in.
Joint Thickness: 0.51 in.
Joint Width: 1.61 in.
Overall Length: 9.5 in.

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No, I would not recommend this to a friend (1)
Pros
Easy To Use (1)
Cons
Not Durable (1)
Best Uses
Home Repair (1)
Recommendations
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Pros
Easy To Use
Cons
Not Durable
Best Uses
Home Repair
Not as good as advertised, waist of money even at reduced price
Jaws are to soft, I cut 1/8” 316SS cable twice with nice clean cuts. I needed to cut cable once more to accomplish my project (replacing my skag cable on my NDK Kayak) so the cutter frayed the cable the jaws spread apart. I inspected the tool it’s jaws were flattened not sharp fine edges. I had to use a hand grinder to complete the cut.
This is the cable in previous photo, judge for your self
This is the cable in previous photo, judge for your self
October 21, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
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