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July 17, 2012 - Able to cleanly cut plastic ties and up to 10-20 AWG copper wire, 7.5 in. 758 flush cutter leaves behind clean edges that will not snag skin or clothing. Construction includes laser heat-treated cutting edges; drop-forged, high-carbon C1080 North American steel; and CHANNELLOCK BLUE® comfort grips. Size of nose enables close, precise cuts in electric, automotive, aviation, IT, and general construction trades.

New Channellock® 7.5" 758 Flush Cutter Offers Professionals Clean, Precise Cuts in Hard-to-Reach Spaces

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Channellock, Inc.
1306 S. Main St.
Meadville, PA, 16335-0519

Press release date: May 8, 2012

MEADVILLE, Pa. - Channellock Inc., the company known worldwide for manufacturing quality pliers, introduces the 7.5" 758 flush cutter as the latest addition to its product catalog. The plier is specifically designed to cleanly cut plastic ties and up to 10-20 AWG copper wire in difficult-to-reach spaces, leaving behind clean edges that won't snag skin or clothing for professionals who commonly work with these materials.

"Professionals appreciate tools that make their job both easier and safer, and that is the motivation behind the 758 flush cutter's design," said Ryan DeArment, vice president of sales and marketing at Channellock, Inc. "The 758 flush cutter is an extension of our 728 long reach plier, a tool that is already widely used for jobs in tight spaces."

Ideal for the electric, auto mechanic, aviation, information technology and general construction trades, the 7.5" 758 flush cutter is a solution for cutting wire closer to solder joints and snipping plastic zip ties. Its laser heat-treated cutting edges cleanly shear through plastic and up to 10-20 AWG copper wire, while its small nose enables close, precise cuts that eliminate any sharp tips.

Like all CHANNELLOCK® pliers, the new 7.5" 758 flush cutter is fiercely made in Meadville, Pa., featuring drop-forged, high-carbon C1080 North American steel and the signature CHANNELLOCK BLUE® comfort grips.

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Celebrating its 126th year of business, Channellock, Inc. is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of high-quality pliers and assorted hand tools. For more information on CHANNELLOCK® products, the company's rich history, sales contacts and current news, visit CHANNELLOCK® at
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