Diagonal pliers are a type of cutting tool commonly used for shearing smaller objects, performing precision work, and handling tasks involving wires, electronic devices, and the like. With its unique blade design, it not only precisely cuts wires and soft materials but also reduces wear during usage, extending the tool's lifespan. It typically consists of two intersecting handles and a pair of diagonal cutting surfaces. The diagonal cutting surfaces can grip items, making them more secure. Made from Japanese SUS420 stainless steel or carbon steel, it undergoes processes like heat treatment and surface treatment, giving it features such as durability, high hardness, and corrosion resistance. The handles of diagonal pliers usually use environmentally friendly materials, ensuring comfort and ease of grip.
The nose of diagonal pliers is typically at a 45-degree angle, and some designs may have features like curved or long noses. Different shapes are suitable for different work scenarios. For instance, long-nose diagonal pliers are suitable for tasks requiring access to narrow spaces, while pointed-nose diagonal pliers are ideal for cutting very small items, such as electronics, models, handicrafts, etc. They are widely used in various industrial fields and home toolboxes, including electronic repairs, jewelry processing, mechanical manufacturing, model making, etc. Due to their high precision in handling tiny items, they are also commonly used in medical fields, such as surgical procedures.