4 Deluxe Cushioned Plier Grips In 5 Sizes - Replacement or Improvement - These are the Best - Free Jump Rings Included - 100% Guarantee

$18.00
SKU: T-DCPG/S/4

We are frequently asked about sore hands, fatigue and even numbness. Of course, discuss these symptoms with your family physician, take frequent breaks and use good ergonomics when working with pliers.

In addition, these Deluxe Cushioned Plier Grips (also known as padded handles) can improve pliers that don't have cushioning or can be used to replace worn plier grips. These are not "hobby - grade" grips but professional ones made specifically for people that have to work with pliers all day. They are made from heavy - duty PVC and are latex free so they will last and not irritate anyone with a latex allergy. This is a set of FOUR grips so BOTH hands will feel better...or buy in bulk and save!

We have them available in 5 sizes. The STANDARD size will work with most pliers. A few large pliers will require the LARGE size. If your plier handles are shorter than listed, the grips can be easily cut to fit.

SMALL
10.5 cm - 4 1/8" Long - 1 cm OD

STANDARD MEDIUM
10.5 cm - 4 1/8" Long - 1.6 cm OD - 1 cm OD

STANDARD MEDIUM - LONG
18 cm - 7 1/8" Long - 1 cm OD

LARGE
13 cm - 5 1/8" Long - 2 cm OD - 1.2 cm ID

LARGE - SHORT
10.5 cm - 4 1/8" Long - 1 1/8 cm OD

How do you use them? Wet them with plain water and slid on! Trim as needed with standard scissors. This link will take you to "How to Put on Padded Handles." https://blog.unkamensupplies.com/2016/05/13/how-to-put-on-padded-handles/

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Questions? Please contact us and we will get right back to you with answers.

Materials: cushioned plier grips, latex free.

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