Bolt Cutter 14”(12pcs)

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A bolt cutter is a hand tool designed for cutting through materials such as metal bolts, chains, and wires. It typically consists of two long handles connected at a pivot point, with sharp, strong blades at the opposite end. The handles provide leverage, allowing users to apply force to the blades, effectively cutting through tough materials like bolts or chains with relative ease. Bolt cutters are commonly used in various applications, including construction, maintenance, and emergency situations, where the need to cut through strong and durable materials arises.

1. Drop forged from Crv 60
2. Heat treated & polished head
3. Comfortable handle
4. Packed by brown box (1pc/box)


Bolt Cutter uses

  1. Construction and Maintenance:
    • Cutting through metal bolts, nuts, and screws during construction or maintenance projects.
    • Trimming excess material from steel rods or bars.
  2. Security and Law Enforcement:
    • Emergency situations where access to locked areas is required, such as cutting padlocks or chains.
    • Law enforcement may use bolt cutters to gain entry or remove barriers when necessary.
  3. Automotive Repair:
    • Removing damaged or rusted nuts and bolts from vehicles.
    • Cutting through metal components in automotive repair and maintenance.
  4. Fencing and Wire Work:
    • Cutting through chain-link fences, wires, and cables.
    • Modifying or repairing wire mesh or chain-link fencing.
  5. Shipping and Warehousing:
    • Opening shipping containers or crates by cutting through metal seals or locks.
    • Handling and cutting steel strapping used in packaging.
  6. Emergency Situations:
    • Rescuing individuals trapped in vehicles by cutting through metal components.
    • Assisting in disaster response by removing debris or obstacles.
  7. Home Improvement:
    • DIY projects that involve cutting through metal pipes, rods, or fasteners.
    • Trimming or modifying metal materials for various household applications.
  8. Recreational Activities:
    • Cutting through metal components for artistic or hobbyist purposes.
    • Modifying or customizing equipment for outdoor activities.
  9. Industrial and Manufacturing:
    • Cutting through metal bars, rods, or wires in industrial settings.
    • Removing excess material from metal structures during fabrication.
  10. Utilities Maintenance:
    • Trimming or cutting through metal components in utility poles or structures.
    • Emergency repair work on utility lines or equipment.
SKU: AHS65429 Category:



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate PPE, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris.
    • Use heavy-duty gloves to protect your hands from sharp edges and prevent blisters.
  2. Inspect the Bolt Cutter:
    • Before use, inspect the bolt cutter for any damage, such as bent handles, loose joints, or dull blades. Do not use a damaged tool.
  3. Select the Right Tool for the Job:
    • Choose a bolt cutter that is appropriate for the material you are cutting. Using the wrong tool may result in inefficient cutting or damage to the tool.
  4. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure the material you are cutting is securely clamped or stabilized to prevent movement during the cutting process. This helps maintain control and accuracy.
  5. Proper Body Position:
    • Stand in a stable and balanced position with your feet shoulder-width apart.
    • Keep your body to the side of the cutting line to avoid being in the path of the cutting blades.
  6. Use Both Hands:
    • Grip the handles of the bolt cutter with both hands to maximize control and leverage.
    • Use the full length of the handles to apply even pressure, rather than trying to cut with just the tips of the blades.
  7. Apply Even Pressure:
    • Apply consistent and even pressure on the handles throughout the cutting process.
    • Avoid using excessive force, as it may lead to loss of control or damage to the tool.
  8. Cut Away from Your Body:
    • Always cut away from your body to prevent injuries in case the tool slips or the material being cut breaks unexpectedly.
  9. Be Mindful of Surroundings:
    • Be aware of your surroundings, especially if there are other people nearby. Warn others and ensure a safe distance.
  10. Store Safely:
    • When not in use, store bolt cutters in a secure location, away from children and unauthorized users.
    • Keep the cutting edges protected with blade covers or sheaths to prevent accidental contact.
  11. Follow Manufacturer’s Instructions:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s guidelines and instructions for the specific bolt cutter model you are using.


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