It's difficult and impractical to press a button to adjust pliers when carrying out installation work in confined spaces. The Wiha plier wrench sheds a light on such spots. Work is so much faster and easier when you set the required width across flats directly on the work piece without needing to press a button. Wear and damage to sensitive surfaces are minimised thanks to extremely smooth, parallel-acting jaws. Increased up to ten-fold, the manual force ensures compaction and bending tasks are significantly easier with strain consequently reduced on tendons and the muscular structure. The ratchet principle offers another advantage. The gripping jaw opening stroke makes screw fastening faster thanks to it simply slipping over. This means access to tight workspaces is improved noticeably. Other special features include self-locking from AF 17 and operation and use for both left- and right-handed people thanks to the button-free function.
|Maximum Jaw Opening||46mm|