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  1. Specialist
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    Just wondering if anyone has these or has used them & what they're like ?
     
  2. SWD
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    I can't really comment but aren't these sort of tools for our brothers over the pond who are cack handed, please prove me wrong as then I may then spend some money....... as you know you never have enough tools.......
     
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    Got the Knipex Installation Pliers much better that than the Milwaukee Rubbish imo
     
  4. Specialist
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    No good to me Pete, I don't really get involved in the installation side much anymore.
     
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    What do the American one have that the Knipex don't?
     
  6. Specialist
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    Hi Pete: They're smaller, which is a plus when working inside equipment. The cable shear on the knipex wouldn't get used either.
    Another plus for the Milwaukee: My missus is paying for them ;):):thumbsup:.
     
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    No contest then Andy, crikey you have a good Woman, buying you tools, one mention of B&Q and her in doors hide me wallet:eek:
     
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    Aye mate, think I'll keep her for a while longer ;):). Don't know about your missus hiding your wallet at the mention of B & Q, one mention of that place & my wallet hides it's self :D
     
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    What I meant was anywhere that sells tools, of any description, but yes I know what you mean. Oh by the way they sell those Milwaukee type tools in my local shed. Just saying:rolleyes:o_O
     
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    Thanks Pete, we haven't got a local she'd anymore. It went when they downsized.
     
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    Mine has now been cut by half Aldi have the rest
     
  12. Specialist
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    Ours just went as did the next one down the list, ours is now B & M bargains.
     
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    Sad so Sad B&Q an institution, rename it Home Depot
     
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    Ha hah, are you really that naive......... one way or another you will have paid £120 for a £60 tool......... if the wife buys it for you ;o))))))
     
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    Our local Focus Diy went to B&Q ,they left too, now it is also B&M.
    It is packed every day . It is murdering the local shops.
     
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    Well my new Milwaukee pliers arrived today and they seem to be a good buy. Nice weight to them, nice comfortable grips & feel good in the hand. Not had a chance to use them in anger yet but can't see there being any problems.

    Damn, now I've gotta be nice to my missus again :(:eek::D
     
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    You need permission from the missus, lol
     
  18. Specialist
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    No mate, I don't need permission from anyone ;). I meant be nice to my missus, because she bought them for me.
     
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    Go away for the weekend without her she'd appreciate the rest and peace and quiet :p:D:rolleyes:
     
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    so would we. ;);)
     
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    Gee thanks mate :(
     
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