Stahlwille 6571 Long Nose Self Grip Wrench, 165 mm

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Stahlwille 6571 Long Nose Self Grip Wrench, 165 mm

Head and handles nickel plated
Specially suitable for narrow, tapering access
Quick-release lever
Chrome Vanadium

Stahlwille Tools purchased through KC Tool come with a lifetime warranty against material defects or faulty workmanship except for consumable items such as screwdriver bits and socket adapters. Stahlwille torque products are subject to a separate warranty that has guidelines and regulations on repair labs that have been authorized by Stahlwille to perform service and calibration. The warranty for both torque and non-torque products is void if the tool is tampered with, abused, or used in a manner that is not intended by the manufacturer (i.e. using chrome sockets on an impact gun).

Return tools for warranty replacement directly to KC Tool. All returns are subject to inspection prior to replacement.
Indieset:
Individual Tools
OAL:
150-174mm (6.0-6.9 inches)
Finish:
Nickel Finish
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
Stockstatus:
In Stock
UPC/EAN:
4018754142224

3 Reviews Write a Review

  • 5
    better fit and finish than Knipex, same function

    Posted by TG on Nov 28th 2023

    I've been a bit disappointed with the fit and finish on the 2 Knipex grip pliers I bought from KCT, but they function properly. I decided to try a Stahlwille to see if they were better. These appear to be identical in construction to the comparable Knipex I already have, with the exception that they have a smooth plated finish, and operate slightly more smoothly in terms of adjustment. So I rate them as "best", without having yet tried Gedore. If you work with greasy hands or gloves, you might like the Knipex rougher finish, even though it shows scratches and dings more easily. I work with dry hands, and i prefer the smoother feeling Stahlwille. On the other hand, since by report they are both made OEM by Bollman in Germany, from now on I would probably buy whichever of the pliers is cheaper at KCT. I am replacing my old and new Irwins since i find the US downward lever release so annoying. I have an ancient Craftsman/?Crescent/?Vicegrip and 2 current Irwins all of which work as well as the Germans, except i really dislike the release method. Unlike the Germans, the current Irwins have a 4mm hex hole in the adjustment bolt, for additional clamping strength if that is a feature you want.

  • 5
    Stahlwille 6571 Long nose self grip wrench, 165 mm

    Posted by DOUGLAS HOTT on Mar 19th 2021

    Pleasure to use, as you'd expect with something from Stahlwille, feels good just to handle it and feel it work.

  • 5
    Quality vice grip

    Posted by Aaron Miller on Feb 18th 2020

    Better than the original vice grip brand, contact area is more precise and the release mechanism is easier to disengaged.