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  • Irwin Industrial Tools 2077704 Locking Pliers Set with Nylon Tool Bag, 5-Piece
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Irwin Industrial Tools 2077704 Locking Pliers Set with Nylon Tool Bag, 5-Piece

by Irwin

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  • Vise-grips are manufactured with high-grad alloy steel and are heat treated for maximum durability
  • Hardened teeth and jaw tips are designed to grip from a multitude of different angles
  • A micro adjusting screw allows a variety of clamping pressure depending on the force required for the job
  • A guarded release trigger protects from accidental release
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part NumberVGP2077704
Item Weight2.5 Kg
Product Dimensions33.3 x 20.3 x 19.6 cm
Item model number2077704
Item Package Quantity1
Weight2.5 kilograms
Length33.3 centimeter
Width20.3 centimeter
Height19.6 centimeter
  
Additional Information
ASINB0015YJLAU
Shipping Weight2.5 Kg
Date First AvailableNov. 1 2011
  
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The Irwin Industrial Tools Vise-Grip 2077704 is a set that contains one 10WR locking plier, one 7CR locking plier, one 10R locking plier, one 5WR locking plier and one 6LN locking long nose plier. Since 1924, the Vise-Grip brand has been the leader in locking tool manufacturing. This set comes with a life time guarantee on all five tools. The 10R locking Plier features a straight jaw design that provides maximum contact on flat, square or hex surfaces. The 10WR and 5WR locking pliers feature a curved jaw design that provides maximum contact on round, square or hex surfaces and has a built in wire cutter. The 7CR locking pliers feature a curved jaw design that provides maximum contact on round, square or hex surfaces. The 6LN long nose plier allows easy access in narrow hard to reach places.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
As good as old. Jan. 6 2015
By Wayne - Published on Amazon.com
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I grew up using Vice Grips, and so did my father. They've been around far too long for most people to need an explanation of what locking pliers do. Petersen invented locking pliers back in the 1930s and they caught on, eventually becoming an indispensable tool during the war. Back then, they were still undergoing improvements, and by the time my father got his, they looked pretty much the same as they do now. So I had to ask myself how the new ones from Irwin compare to the originals. I compared several pairs of these to ones I've owned for many decades, which themselves were made the same way as the ones my father had. There were subtle differences between my old ones and these new ones, but for the most part, the construction was identical. The jaws on the 10WR were slightly thicker than they were on my original pair, and the same was true on the 6LN. The 5WR looked the same but I couldn't find a pair for direct comparison. The 10R, which are perhaps the first model made (see Popular Science magazine, December 1933) also appear to be as high in quality as ever.

The biggest difference between these and the older ones is that Petersen no longer makes them, and they are now made by Irwin in China. The old ones were made in Nebraska. Other subtle differences include more robust rivets on the handle's release mechanism. I didn't see anything at all that was lower in quality, but comparing them to my older tools made me realize that these do show signs of wear after enough years, so even though I already had several of the ones in this set, it would have been worth getting the entire set anyway.

This set comes with a tool bag that goes beyond what's needed just for this set, and can be used for a larger collection of tools.

These are the tools that I think of when I hear the name Vice Grips, but Irwin uses the term for other tools too. There are also off brand versions that vary in quality, but it's probably not worth getting them. You won't save enough money to warrant giving up quality. There are also other types of locking pliers on the market, such as Viper Grip 2-In-1 Locking Plier that also work well, but are more expensive and don't give the versatility of this set. The Viper Grips have a different way of working and are less intuitive to use, but can be easier to adjust when you know how. But the large jaws often leave you without enough room to maneuver in cramped places. That makes the Vice Grip set a more practical, versatile and affordable solution overall, and there are enough shapes and sizes to cover a big range of jobs.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
China, Schmina--Vice-Grips are great! Jan. 8 2015
By William Jens Jensen - Published on Amazon.com
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China, Schmina! These days, the steel from China is as good as the rare steel products still made in the USA. Indeed, much of the steel used for manufacturing in the US comes from China anyway. In addition, Chinese factories have to make products that meet the specifications of the company in question. Plus, any company can say "Made in the USA" as long as final assembly is accomplished in the US, regardless of where the components come from. These Irwin Vice-Grips are no different. Regardless of where they are actually manufactured, they seem at least as good as my trusty thirty-year-old Vice-Grips. What I especially like about this set is having the variety of sizes, including the needle-nose; sometimes my old locking plier is either too big or too small for the job. There isn't much else one can say about Vice-Grips. Irwin has wisely kept the design more or less the same as it has been forever; if it ain't broke, don't fix it. The bag is pretty handy, too, though I admit I use it for more than these pliers. When I have a little job, I gather the tools I will need in this bag. In general, I don't like to use Vice-Grips when a wrench will work, but when you don't have a choice it's great to have this selection. Highly recommended.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
VISE GRIPS MADE IN CHINA June 3 2012
By Fred - Published on Amazon.com
THIS SET OF VICE GRIPS LOOKS OK BUT WAS VERY DISAPPOINTED THEY ARE MADE IN CHINA!! COMPARED TO THE ONES I HAVE MAD IN THE USA THEY'RE IS A HUGE DIFFERENCE IN THE STEEL QUALITY AND THE WEIGHT OF THEM
The one, the only, VISE-GRIP! Jan. 12 2015
By Stephen Cunningham - Published on Amazon.com
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O.K. You just can't escape your past. My first exposure to vice grips was probably 50 years ago. I used to "borrow" my dads vice grips to work on my bicycle. I had no concept of nut and bolt sizes but the vise grips didn't care. They fit the fasteners on my American bikes as well as the ones on my English bikes. SAE or Whitworth, they didn't care. Sometimes I forgot to put them back where I got them.....When you find them with the lawn mower it is hard on equipment and tools. Sorry dad.

I grew up working with tools and have developed an appreciation of good ones. This 5 piece set is as good as it gets. I earned my living for 45 years as a mechanical designer. Good design is timeless. They feel wonderful in the hand and still work their magic. One of my favorites is the straight jawed humped back 10R model.

In 1975 The end pulled off the clutch cable on my Volkswagon Van. I inserted the cable thru the lever arm and clamped it in place with my vice grips and forgot about it. I drove the van another 3 years. The Michigan winters and salt were not kind to the vice grips but they never let go. When the engine blew up I retrieved the vice grips from under the van, cleaned them up oiled them and threw them back in my tool box. When my shop burned down 35 years later all my tools burned. I recovered the vise grips and once again cleaned them up. They are looking a little rough and they don't work as smooth as when new, but they still work.

This five piece set is like a trip in a time machine. Every time I pick one up it gives me pleasure. For some reason they feel much better in my hands than any of the copies The tool bag that comes with them is a very nice touch. These are tools that will outlive the average owner. These are as good as hand tools get. There is no plastic or rubber grips to wear out. Just solid steel and hardened jaws that don't round over. Oh yes, I like them a lot.
A nice set of professional grade vice-grips. Jan. 12 2015
By Atomicwasteland - Published on Amazon.com
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These are an excellent set of hardened steel vice grips in a good variety of sizes and styles. I would absolutely recommend this reasonably priced set if you are new to the vice-grip game and really don’t know which one you need, or if you are looking for a high quality gift for the tool-hound in your life.

I knew I wanted a couple a vice-grips, not having any in my current tool collection, but hadn’t used them much in the past and was no expert on which ones were appropriate for my needs. Lo and behold, Irwin makes a variety set of the most common uses.

I am very familiar with the Irwin brand of tools, having purchased many of them in the past few years, and am (in general) pretty happy with them. These are no exception. They are all machined well –even the gripping ends of the smallest tools, which I have sometimes found ‘not perfect’ in other Irwin tools.

So after testing each of these tools, and gripping the heck out of my fingers, water pipes, pieces of wood, and whatever else I had lying around in my basement, I have to say I am pleased. The tools were very easy to open and close (via the smooth spinning screw knob at the end), and the teeth seemed exceptionally sharp and grippy. (They will put tiny dents in what you are gripping if you apply too much pressure.)

I have not used them long enough or hard enough to tell how long they’ll last, but with Irwin’s lifetime guarantee, and my experience with their other tools, I am pretty comfortable with recommending these to anyone who asks. In some ways I find these to be my generation’s replacement for Craftsman, which I really feel has taken a nosedive over the past 10 years. I now look elsewhere, like Irwin, when I want nice and MEATY tools.

Additionally, the tools come with a very heavy duty fabric tool bag with a zipper that closes it up. This is really overkill for the set, as there is a lot of extra space. You can easily make this your portable tool bag and take out a couple of the vice grips and add a variety of other tools for work around the house. Or, better yet, make an emergency kit for your car or truck... This bag is a nice add on, and not a piece of junk that you’ll toss aside.

Highly Recommended.