I have several different Knipex but am too lazy to assemble them in one place for pics right now.Linesman,Dikes,Needle Nose,Cable Cutters and Wire Rope Cutters and of course a healthy assortment of Water Pump and descendants of them too!All are better than almost every other tool of the same use except for the Dikes for me I am still a Klein Man usually where those are concerned.I used the Knipex Linesman pliers last week on a job a lot and I am not really sold on them over Kleins either,it is just a different feel but again Klein are tough to beat and better for beating with to me!
I made a sheath for the 6" Cobra and Plier wrench. And something else. I've used these shorts in a few reviews, to test scissors, serrated blades and cord cutters. I had purposefully left the side pockets intact, and today, I thought I'd make something.I trimmed the excess fabric and folded it behind the pocket, to make a big pocket.(Image removed from quote.)The pocket was made with three pieces of fabric, so I used the preexisting seams as guides to divide the pocket into three narrow pockets. Perfect for three long tools. (Image removed from quote.)I also sewed two belt loops on the back, but I forgot to take a picture of those.RangerGrip for illustration purposes only. So now I have a small homemade dump pouch, which has pockets for a few tools.(Image removed from quote.)
I'm wondering if I should get the 4" plier wrench.
Seems like a handy sized bolt cutter. Now you just need bolts...? Or fences? Or a piano? (I have no idea about pianos, but as they seem to be the standard that cutters are measured by I figure there must be lots of piano cutting).
I do know piano wire - sometimes my offbeat humour is too off I guess. I guess they are used as a measurement unit as they are plenty hard and come in various sizes. Those pliers just said piano though so I thought I'd take them at face value - piano cutting would be very impressive!
Sorry my mistake I guess and I have zero non-sarcastic bones in my body!