Up Close: Channellock SpeedGrip Tongue & Groove Pliers

March 7, 2023
The SpeedGrip Tongue & Groove Pliers are built for stabilizing, tightening, and loosening nuts and bolts across a variety of trades.

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Application 

Channellock SpeedGrip Tongue & Groove Pliers are built for stabilizing, tightening, and loosening nuts and bolts across a variety of trades, including plumbing, automotive, electrical, welding, and HVAC. 

Features and benefits 

Designed to meet the ever-changing demands of America’s trades pros, the SpeedGrip Tongue & Groove Pliers combine the dependability of Channellock's legacy Tongue & Groove Pliers with a push button for fast and easy adjustments that lock into place. Forged from high-carbon U.S. steel and featuring laser heat-treated crosshatch teeth, the pliers are built for maximum strength and grip 2.5 times better than traditional tongue and groove-style pliers.  

Origin 

SpeedGrip Tongue & Groove Pliers were created to give tradespeople the fast-acting, push-button style of pliers they were asking for. 

Manufacturing/engineering specifications 

The pliers are 100 percent made in Meadville, Pennsylvania using high-carbon U.S. steel.  

Demonstration

To view a product demonstration of the SpeedGrip Tongue & Groove Pliers, visit VehicleServicePros.com/21292219

Information provided by Channellock. 

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