Locking pliers

Stanley Proto’s new line of locking pliers includes 48 individual SKUs in a variety of designs. The new Proto models uses a jaw-locking mechanism to create a hands-free vise grip. Added features allow the user to quickly and easily release the jaw, especially when the tool is firmly locked. It also reduces the chance that users will pinch their fingers.
By Plant Engineering Staff May 1, 2009

Stanley Proto’s new line of locking pliers includes 48 individual SKUs in a variety of designs. The new Proto models uses a jaw-locking mechanism to create a hands-free vise grip. Added features allow the user to quickly and easily release the jaw, especially when the tool is firmly locked. It also reduces the chance that users will pinch their fingers.

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