Channellock’s 369CRFT 9½-in. round nose lineman’s pliers feature a fish tape puller that channels fish tape and prevents damage. There is a crimper for use on insulated and noninsulated connections and terminals. It is specially coated for ultimate rust prevention.
DeWalt’s DWHT70277 compound action long-nose pliers include induction-hardened cutting blades. The bi-material handle enables a strong grip and provides added comfort. It features an aggressive cross-hatch tooth design for better gripping.
Knipex’s lineman’s pliers feature an ergonomic handle shape for firm contact to the hand and fatigue-reducing operation. There is a cross-hatched, knurled gripping zone in the jaws for strong gripping and pulling. They have a gripping zone below the joint for leverage and pressing performance.
Klein Tools’ D2139NERWB 9-in. American Legacy lineman’s pliers feature a hot-riveted joint that ensures smooth action and no handle wobble. The handle tempering helps absorb the ‘’snap’’ when cutting wire. It features sure-gripping, cross-hatched knurled jaws.
Knipex’s TwinGrip slip joint pliers feature high-grip front jaws with teeth and high gear ratio at the tip of the mouth. It enables users to grip, tighten and loosen screws with worn heads and threads. There is a large front and side gripping capacity for diameters and widths across flats 4–22 mm.
Jonard Tools’ JIC-22148 combo crimper and long-nose pliers are made of heat-treated chrome vanadium steel, with induction-hardened cutting edges for maximum strength and durability. The tool includes crusher, cutter and 0.03-in. stripping hole. The ergonomically designed handle is made with a dipped plastic grip for greater hand torque.