- Product Description
DetailsTop of the line, 7.25" Titanium Alloy Plier & Mono/Braid Cutters! Integrated Tungsten Carbide braid and mono cutting blades. With high leverage cutting action. The Titanium Alloy body is corrosion resistant. Includes a hand-crafted leather sheath and a convenient lanyard.
I was given these pliers as a gift but they did not come with the sheath is there any way I can get it separately?
The Titanium Alloy Plier does come with a handcrafted leather sheath, unfortunately the sheath is not sold separately. The sheath should have been packed in the package with the plier. We do have a different sheath available that can be purchased individually, see item #18189. This is not the same leather sheath that comes with the high end plier but it will fit. Thanks! The Cuda Team
Date published: 2018-09-04
only question I have is why are these pliers $287 on your site but they are $185 on amazon?
This is a great question. Unfortunately, we cannot control how any retailer, including Amazon, chooses to price our product on line or in a store. Amazon, specifically, utilizes sophisticated software to price products competitively and grab market share. Our website, cudabrand.com, will generally have slightly higher retails than you might find from our retail partners, we do this to support the retailers who are our customers. Our site will provide you with all of the details on a product, it's features and benefits and we hope that if you do choose Cuda, you will do it from a retail partner or from us, if you find that more convenient. We hope this explains the pricing discrepancy. It is certainly true that $185 is a very low price for this Titanium Alloy Plier, which is our top of the line tool. Thanks! Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2018-07-26
I have had these pliers for about a year and the cutters fell off... can they be fixed and replaced.
Sorry to hear that you have had an issue with your Titanium Alloy Pliers. We do have a replacement blade process that you can follow, details can be found on our website - https://www.cudabrand.com/support/plier-replacement-blades.html or you can contact our customer service team at [email protected]nd.com. Thanks! Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-11-28
I need on long noise pliers with tension measurement can you help me
With help of long noise pliers we are pulling copper wire after sufficient wire stretching we have hookup wire (so we have to stretch wire measuring by tension) If you given mail id I will send photo or video for more understanding
Date published: 2017-10-12
Where are these pliers made? Thanks
The pliers are designed in the USA and manufactured in China. We ensure that every product we sell meets or exceeds our high quality standards and our tools are covered by a lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Thanks for the question! Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-08-01
Can you replace the rubber grips if they start to wear?
Good question...the answer is no, we do not offer replacement grips for this plier. However, this is our highest quality, top of the line plier and we do not expect the grips to easily wear out. Thanks! Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-07-17
Can the spring be adjusted ?, my pliers barely open on their own, I have oiled them, they are brand new, thanks, really love the pliers other than that.
Sorry to hear that you are having issues with your new Titanium Alloy Pliers. We can fix this for you. Please email [email protected] for instructions. Thanks! Regards, The Cuda Team
Date published: 2017-06-07
Is there any maitnance needed for your titanium pliers? Also, the chrome rivets on the plier sheath are rusting. Are they not made of stainless steel? When I leave the pliers in the sheath rust stains are left on the pliers. This should be corrected.
Hi Bill, Thanks for the questions. No maintenance is required other than remembering to rinse with fresh water and thoroughly dry between uses. The rivets should not rust, we are looking into this to make sure it is not a recurring issue. Thanks for bringing this to our attention! The Cuda Team
Date published: 2016-12-28