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Wrong Even Aaron?

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Channellock Inc

HQ Phone:  (814) 337-9200

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Channellock Inc

1306 South Main Street

Meadville, Pennsylvania,16335

United States

Company Description

Channellock Inc. is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of high-quality pliers and assorted hand tools, including the iconic, American-made CHANNELLOCK® tongue-and-groove plier, which can be found in hardware stores, retailers, toolboxes and workshops around...more

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I also recruited my uber-finicky carpenter friend Aaron to spend an evening looking over the tools and testing each one on a variety of fasteners.
Aaron has been in the trades for about 13 years and is very particular about the quality of his tools. He has absolutely no patience for cheap gear that falls apart within a couple years. Overall the padded handle is well received but there are some dissenting opinions on it, with Aaron, our tester, really not liking it at all. Once I did that, the tool felt better (but not enough to satisfy Aaron). At least one Amazon reviewer agrees with Aaron. Even Aaron liked it quite a bit, proving that he's not entirely opposed to padded handles. Even with such nice tools as the Channellock, Klein, and Irwin, this is the case. Even if you think you'll never use the extra width, it could come in handy during a plumbing emergency.


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