long-nose pliers

long-nose pliers
Pliers with half round and tapered jaws, often with a wire cutter and used for electrical work. Also called snipe-nose pliers or needle-nose pliers

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • Needle-nose pliers — (also known as long nose pliers, pinch nose pliers, or snipe nose pliers) are both cutting and gripping pliers used by electricians and other tradesmen to bend, re position and cut wire. Their namesake long gripping nose provides excellent… …   Wikipedia

  • needle-nose pliers — See long nose pliers thin needle nose pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • snipe-nose pliers — See long nose pliers needle nose pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • flat-nose pliers — A common pair of pliers where the ends of the jaws do not extend to a point (like long nose pliers); but are cut short. Also called flat nosed pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • long-nose self-grip pliers — Locking pliers with extra long reach jaws …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • thin needle-nose pliers — A needle nose pliers with an extra long reach jaws without a wire cutter …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • angle-nose pliers — A pair of pliers with long jaws that are bent at right angles to aid in gripping something which cannot be reached with regular pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • needle-nose pliers — noun plural but singular or plural in construction Date: 1971 pliers with long slender jaws used for grasping small or thin objects …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pliers — A gripping tool with two hinged arms and serrated jaws. See action locking pliers angle nose pliers bending pliers circlip pliers clamp pliers clip pliers combination pliers crimping pliers end cutting pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • flat-nosed pliers — A common pair of pliers where the ends of the jaws do not extend to a point (like long nose pliers); but are cut short. Also called flat nose pliers …   Dictionary of automotive terms

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