These pliers are the perfect starting point for anyone who is
starting out. A light spring opens these pliers (not shown), but
the spring can be removed easily if you don't like the resistance.
These work best with Annodized Aluminium since they won't scratch
the color off as easily as other pliers. These work well with
small gauge wire (18-22). We would not recommend them for large
gauge stainless steel as the pliers tend to slip off the rings.
Price: $10.00/each or $17.50/pair(2)
Knipex Flatnose Plier
These pliers are our favored ones to use with large gauge wire
(12-18). These do not have a spring, but as you can see from the
image, they are a Knipex band plier. The teeth help grip on to
the rings so they don't slip. These are what we use for making
our armor with and are highly recommended. They are worth the
Price: $25.00/each or $45.00/pair(2)
Xuron Jewelry Pliers
These are the tiniest pliers we sell. They work best with very
small gauge wire (20-24). The thin tips make them very agile with
working with the small rings. These have a spring to help open
Jaws have rounded backs for forming operations. These feature
a glare eliminating black finish, ergonomically shaped, and non-slip
Xuron Round Nose Pliers
These are traditional jeweler's pliers designed for a non-traditional
approach. The round tip transitions to elliptical shape along
length of blades for maximum dexterity and forming possibilities.
Ideal for forming or looping of very fine wire in precision work.
Xuro-Rubber cushion grips and Light Touch return spring
maximizes operator comfort.
We use these for bending our own wire for the Bent wire jewelry
we sell and are highly recommended.
Knipex Cobolt2 Wire Cutter
These are the best wire cutters out there. They are truely amazing
and are rated for cutting piano wire! The blades make a near machine-cut
cut (giving you a better closure then normal wire cutters) and
last forever. Don't be fooled by the price, you are getting more
then what you pay for. These have a spring that can be easily
We use these to cut all our wire that cannot be machine-cut.