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Constructed from superior 17/4 stainless steel with titanium coating, these "all business" pliers from Browning are perfect for any angler. Integrates rubberized hand grips on spring-loaded handles for precision work and replaceable tungsten alloy cutters--perfect for mono, braid or wire. Includes a rugged nylon sheath and coil lanyard. Size: 7".
Browning® Fishing Pliers and Accessories
Very nice, but heavy
I use these a lot in salt water mud flats, in waders.
So, I need a tether. Check. A good side cutter. Check. And good needle nose for cinching up knots, difficult hook removals, and crushing barbs - and I crush all my barbs. Check. These cutters do all of these jobs in a fine fashion, and since they are stainless/titanium rust should not be a problem (but I do believe the steel belt clip is going to rust - we'll see). The case and latching velcro are very nice.
It's all good, but these pliers are pretty heavy.
June 23, 2011
good pliers, mediocre cutter
I've had these pliers for 5 yeas and have used them a lot. They've stood up well to salt water without shoeing any signs of rust and the springs still work flawlessly. The original cutters lasted me two years but the subsequent replacement cutters get dull after a few uses. Otherwise 5 stars.
July 22, 2011
I have plenty of fancy, shiny and cool looking pliers, but always return to these for the cleanest and most sure cut.
July 13, 2011
So So pliers
I would have given these pliers 4 stars except for the coil lanyard. It is the cheapest I have ever seen even on pliers I have owned for a lot less. It is some type of plastic that is looped through the ring then melted onto itself and not crimped, This may sound petty until you are rockin and rollin in rough conditions while fishing and dropping them while trying to use them or get them out of the sheath and you drop them.
July 9, 2011
i reviewed these in August 2008. I'm back now because I just replaced the blades on one pair as they stopped cutting thin powerpro easily. The replacement blades made it like new again. I use exclusively in salt water. I wash after use and spray a little Boeshield in the sheath before putting away. The replacment blades came out OK but I tapped them with a hammer first and put a little boeshield on them to before I tried with the supplied allen wrench.
I fish only salt. I don't take care of my pliers. Little screws that hold cutter rusted and after 4 years spring (internal) broke. Otherwise they held up awesome. If you rinsed them, they would last a long time
These pliers are not titanium...they are titanium coated stainless steel. They will eventually corrode if not kept clean and lubricated, but that is easy to do. If used in salt water, rinse thoroughly with fresh water, dry completely, and spray with a silicone spray and they should last practically forever, or until you lose them.
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