Step 11: Tongue and Groove Pliers

Tongue-and-groove pliers are commonly used for turning and holding nuts and bolts, gripping irregularly shaped objects, and clamping materials.
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Where did you get the newton meter?
they dont work and its dangerous to rely on them to make sure a circuit is switched off as they go to ground through you if a current is flowing, so if you arent touching the ground or are wearing rubber soled shoes it wont light up making you think the circuit is off.
They work perfectly fine here in Pakistan. In fact they are extremely useful in certain cases.
Maybe you can explain for each tool why someone might need it in their tool kit.
I did that :)

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