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40th Birthday coming up and my parents are insisting they get me something so might cut a new pair of cutters / shears and wondered about these
 
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think pete999 once said he'd tried them.
 

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Yes , I have got a set . Sometimes find them a bit clumsy , but in general they are worth their weight in copper.
The shears are great , plenty leverage for my old hands , cut 16mm like 1mm.
I would recommend them.
 
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I am a great fan of them. Five tools in one is great when you are up a ladder saves cutter, pliers, reamer and shear as well as strippers. Use them on every job. Just be sure not to cut steel with them!
 
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Yes , I have got a set . Sometimes find them a bit clumsy , but in general they are worth their weight in copper.
The shears are great , plenty leverage for my old hands , cut 16mm like 1mm.
I would recommend them.
What, about 20p?
 
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I got them a few months back. Not really for me I have found. Prefer my snips and normal pliers. The only bits I use on them is the long nose plier bit and the shears.
 
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