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You call this a Channel Locks? ...Sorry but they earn the product ONE STAR.
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2020
I used to have a professional quality Channel Locks before I moved. It was passed down to me by my Uncle, who got it from his Grandfather, who parlayed for it with the Elves of Middle Earth, they having claimed it as plunder in battle with the Orks of Mordor, where it had been drop-forged in the eternal pit of fire and brimstone.
This channel locks by comparison will NOT loosen the alternator bolts on a junkyard Studebaker. In fact, it's more a slip-lock variant of the classic channel lock design, and unintentionally so. As in, useless garbage. ONE STAR!!!!!!
PS-- No, if you just throw in a bunch of useless Wal-Mart nuts and bolts, that doesn't really count as 'pieces' in a tool kit. Therefore this kit does not have over two hundred pieces. Though a housemate at my Rooming Home is taking apart their door on a Toyota that's almost an antique and has shockingly been able to do so borrowing these tools, claiming they're pretty good, but not having to use channel locks.
UPDATE: Received a solicitation claiming to be from the manufacturer of this item offering me thirty in Amazon cash to remove this review as they've switched to a different (contractor?) to make the product. I assume they have, and more than once over its lifetime, but I doubt they fixed an evident design flaw with their Channel Slip-Lock Pliers. So that's a negative, review stays.