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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Sweepstakes Channellock Tools Father's Day Favorite

Thanks to Channellock for sending my family great tools to review and a great giveaway for my readers, links in this post will take you right to the awesome tools your reading about. 

What is you dad's dream tools? My dad and my husband both prefer Channellock tools. American made high quality high carbon steel, perfect tools for dad's tool box this year. 

As soon as my husband open the package he said these are new style. I don't have none of the smaller size and a big smile went across his face. He really liked the ESeries long nose. My husband loves his tools like I love my kitchen tools. He was right they are the new E Series line. The E326 XLT Long Nose Pliers and E336 XLT Diagonal Cutting Pliers, along with the classic 440® Straight Jaw Plier

E326 XLT Long Nose Pliers 
  • Xtreme High Leverage technology means considerably less force required to cut.
  •  Longer, streamlined design for precision handling.
  •  Crosshatched jaws for maximum grip.
  •  Knife and anvil cutting edges ensure proper cutting alignment.
  •  Forged from American high-carbon C1080 steel for legendary durability.
  •  Laser heat-treated cutting edges for durability.

E336 XLT Diagonal Cutting Pliers
  • Xtreme High Leverage technology means considerably less force required to cut.
  • Strong lap joint construction.
  • Durable, diagonal cutting edge design that easily cuts hard and soft wire.
  • Knife and anvil cutting edges ensure proper cutting alignment.
  •  Forged from American high-carbon C1080 steel for legendary durability.
  • Laser heat-treated cutting edges for durability.

440® Straight Jaw Plier

  • CHANNELLOCK® uses high-carbon C1080 steel for superior performance on the job and electronic coating for ultimate rust prevention
  •  Patented reinforcing edge minimizes stress breakage
  • Undercut tongue & groove design won't slip
  • Right-angle, laser-heat treated teeth grip better and last longer
  • PermaLock® fastener eliminates nut and bolt failure
  • CHANNELLOCK BLUE® grips for comfort 

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Thanks to Channellock Inc. one lucky US reader will win a set of E326 XLT Long Nose Pliers, E336 XLT Diagonal Cutting Pliers, classic 440® Straight Jaw Plier. Happy Father's Day to all the great dads and good luck.

"Disclosure: Sponsor provided sample product for my review and giveaway." No other compensation was received. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Life Is A SandCastle is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment"
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Ann Fantom said...

My husband uses his Channel Lock pliers for all kinds of home and car repairs. He says Channel Lock makes the best hand tools

abfantom at yahoo dot com

Rusthawk said...

My favorite ChannelLock is the Long Nose pliers. I have a pair that I use often, that I have owned for 10+ years. Love them!

Anonymous said...

I like the 480 BigAZZ® Straight Jaw Plier. My husband does not have this Channellock tool.

rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

Kristie said...

I like the 88 6-N-1 Rescue Tool. My husband is a firefighter and this looks like a tool that would come in handy!

Unknown said...

Hubby favorite tool from Channel Lock ia the pliers, he loves his channel locks..

angela said...

I love the 620L Professional Laser Level. My father could really use this

Unknown said...

My husbands favorite tool is the 480 BIGAZZ® STRAIGHT JAW PLIERite Pliers because it can replace wrenches and you can use it for heavy or light work,

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

I don't think my DH owns any Channellock tools. But I think he'd love to own the Black Phosphate adjustable wrenches.

Stephanie Ford-Smith said...

A wrench!

sottovoce said...

My favorite tool from Channel Lock is the 358CB Code Blue Plier. Great tools on the Channel Lock site. :-) Thank you.

brich2222 said...

I like their professional level. It also has a little ruler on it too.

Leslie S. said...

I really like the 919 WIRE STRIPPERS.Wire strippers are the one tool that does not seem to last.They get dull very quickly.

mtbears819 said...

Long Nose Plier - Dorothy Deakyne

Unknown said...

I like their adjustable wrenches. They'll get the job done.

Unknown said...

the 349 LINEMEN'S pliers

smilekisses said...

I like the Multi-Bit screwdriver. That would come in handy for everything and anything!
dolniaks at consolidated dot net

Gayle S said...

My favorite tool is the 620 PROFESSIONAL LEVEL. There have been numerous times when I needed a level and did not have one available. The magnets would be fantastic for holding it in place when working with metal surfaces.

Brian E. said...

I like the 89 RESCUE TOOL WITH CABLE CUTTER; when I was a volunteer fireman I always had one in my car. It came in very handy on a number of occasions.

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