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Neji-Saurus Plier

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87%
from S$39.99
Min. 2 days
Ideal for removing crushed screws, special screws, etc. For removing crushed and rusted screws. * It may not be possible to use hardened tapping screws, screws coated with adhesive to prevent slack, and completely rusted screws.
As ONE Part Number:  1-6629-01
Mass (g):  125
Overall Length (mm):  150
Trusco Part No.:  222-0849
Blade Hardness:  HRC56±2
Material:  S58C
Type:  Screw pliers
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Some products may not meet the standards of your item.
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  • Item #: 05241363

    Mfr #: PZ-55

    Package Qty: 1pc

    S$39.99

    Shipping: Min. 2 days

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  1. Used for machine maintenance
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    100%
    This is my third purchase. (Including those other than Monotaro) This size is the easiest to use because M3 and M4 screws are often used. Since it is sometimes used to remove nuts, I dare to use this type, which makes it easy to open the mouth.
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  2. furniture
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    Was good
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  3. Daily work such as machine repair
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    It is useful to ask God when you are in trouble.
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  4. Remove the rusty screw on the bicycle chain cover
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    100%
    It was a rusted truss machine screw, but I firmly grasped it and it came off. The size is also reasonable and easy to grip.
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  5. Removal of tanned screws / nail removal
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    100%
    I used it instead of a nail to pull out a small nail when dismantling furniture. If the head of the nail floats slightly, it can be pulled out while pinching and turning, so it is easier than pulling out a nail.
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  6. Screw turning, crimping
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    100%
    I lost the same product I was using before, so I bought it again. It is useful when you are in trouble, such as in the field. As well as screwdrivers, a considerable amount of force is concentrated on the corners, so it is effective even when crushing or pulling without grip strength.
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  7. car maintenance
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    80%
    I was able to firmly grasp the crushed screw head and loosen it. I was generally satisfied because I was able to achieve my purpose, but I had to widen the hole because the exposed part of the screw head was small. I would be grateful if the toes could reach a little narrower space. In a sense, it is a special tool for "recovering mistakes", so it is rarely used, but it was useful.
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  8. Rust or removal of screw
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    60%
    You can chew it firmly and turn it well. With this, if it is a little cheaper, I can arrange the different sizes.
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  9. DIY at home
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    100%
    The rusted screw turned in one shot. I don't have a lot of turns, but when I'm having trouble crushing or licking a screw, I don't have to panic.
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  10. Unscrew.
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    100%
    I tried to put back the screw that didn't move, but the screw didn't come back, and even if the screw head disappeared, the bite of the tool was okay. It was a very durable product.
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