CHANNELLOCK tools are a staple for a tradesman’s toolbox. From plumbing, electrical, automotive and more, a new year means new tools.
To start the year, CHANNELLOCK made a list of the must have tools to fill a toolbox.
- 430 10 in. Straight Jaw Tongue and Groove Pliers
- E337 7 in. XLT Diagonal Lap Joint Cutting Pliers
- E357 7.5 in. End Cutting Pliers
- 369 9.5 in. XLT Round Nose Lineman’s Pliers
- 442 12 in. V-Jaw Tongue and Groove Pliers
- E318 8 in. XLT Long Nose Plier
“I know people who have had their tools for 40 or more years,” said Ryan DeArment, VP of sales and marketing at Channellock, Inc. and fifth generation family operator. “The Tongue and Groove pliers are so iconic for Channellock that tradesmen are still using their great-grandfather’s tools. We know these tools are long-lasting, but that doesn’t mean you don’t need a fresh pair every now and then.”
CHANNELLOCK is known for the Tongue and Groove pliers that started it all. The CHANNELLOCK BLUE no-slip grip and tight bite, turns, tightens and loosens without strain. Channellock’s Tongue and Groove pliers are so iconic that they’ve become synonymous with the brand.
“Our CHANNELLOCK Tongue and Groove plier is the Kleenex of hand tools. Since 1933, this tool changed the standard for pliers,” DeArment said. “What a lot of people don’t realize is that we have a lot of high-quality, affordable options for any trade. Plus, they’re made in America.”
These tools are designed with tradesmen and women in mind and are manufactured in the U.S.