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October 25, 2021

Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Channellock 412 V-Jaw Pliers Preview

The new Channellock 6.5″ 412 V-Jaw tongue and groove pliers offer professionals and DIYers the same quality design and right-angle, maximum-bite grip as the larger V-Jaw pliers – only in a more compact frame making it easier to work with smaller piping and tubing.

Channellock 412 pliers

The new Channellock 412 V-Jaw pliers are a 6.5 in. tongue and groove model offering professionals and DIYers the same quality design and right-angle, maximum-bite grip as the larger Channellock V-Jaw pliers – only in a more compact frame making it easier to work with smaller piping and tubing.



“Product innovation and quality manufacturing are our top priorities. The development of the 6.5″ V-Jaw plier was a direct response to feedback from trade professionals who said that a smaller plier would be helpful when working with smaller materials.”

– Ryan DeArment, vice president of sales and marketing at Channellock, Inc.

Manufactured in Meadville, Pa., the 6.5″ V-Jaw plier offers the same quality and performance as the rest of the line but is designed to allow access to smaller spaces and provide a better fit for smaller pipes. Perfect for plumbers, HVAC contractors, electricians and DIYers, the 6.5″ V-Jaw plier enables more points of contact on smaller round stock and tubing, and the right-angle teeth grip in all directions for maximum bite and minimum wear.

Further enhancing its performance is the undercut tongue-and-groove design of the 6.5″ V-Jaw plier, which assures no slip jaw action. Additionally, its reinforced edge minimizes stress breakage, and the PermaLock fastener eliminates nut and bolt failures. True of all Channellock pliers, the 6.5″ V-Jaw plier is made from high-carbon C1080 steel for quality and performance, contains a protective coating for rust prevention and includes the Channellock Blue comfort grips.

The Channellock 6.5″ V-Jaw pliers will be priced around $13.

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