Channellock 7.5″ 758 Flush Cutter

NEW Channellock Flush Cutter.

The folks at Channellock just released a new 7.5 inch flush cutter designed specifically  to cut plastic ties.

A tool like this is ideal for electricians, Audio visual techs, mechanics, IT and aviation folks who need to cut copper wire close to solder joints or need to snip off plastic tie wraps.  and 10-20 gauge copper wire.

The pliers are long enough and have a slightly canted head and small nose to allow the user to reach those hard to reach spots and provide you with as clean, crisp cuts.

The Channellock 7.5″ 758 Flush Cutter is made from high carbon C1080 steel with an electronic coating for rust prevention.    It is expected to retail for approximately       $30.00.

There is no doubt that Channellock put some thought into the 758 cutter.  It is made with the same attention to detail and craftsmanship as their pliers and other hand-tools.

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