The Stanley FatMax 0-14-206 250 mm (10-inch) straight-cut aviation snips feature titanium-nitride coated blades that stay sharper for longer--they can deliver up to 50,000 cycles per tool when cutting 22 gauge stainless steel. These snips are made from a chrome molybdenum alloy, and the serrated jaw blades of the 14-206 offer a stable bite, helping to minimise slippage as well as the undesirable twisting effect that slows users down and makes unattractive cuts.
The new line of FatMax aviation snips feature patented flush hardware for smooth access from a pouch. Additionally, this tool also has an internal locking mechanism with an auto-release for fast, one-handed operation, resulting in added speed and productivity.
The Stanley Works, originally a bolt and door hardware manufacturing company located in New Britain, Connecticut, was founded in 1843 by Frederick T Stanley. A few years later, in 1857, Frederick’s cousin, Henry Stanley, founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1920, The Rule and Level Company merged with The Stanley Works and went on to become the famous Stanley Hand Tools Division.
From the timeless Stanley Classic 199 knife, a design icon of the 20th century, to the modern range of FatMax hand tools, innovation and quality are synonymous with the Stanley name. Stanley tools are demanded for their performance by professionals, enthusiasts and DIYers alike.
Nowadays, Stanley makes much more than just knives. In addition to hand tools, the Stanley range now includes paintbrushes and rollers, sliding doors, pneumatic fastening solutions and mechanics’ tools.
|Item Weight||381 g|
|Product Dimensions||31.5 x 7.5 x 2.5 cm|
|Item model number||0-14-206|
|Item Package Quantity||1|