MCM Electronics

RapidVise 10" Self-adjusting Locking Pliers By Crescent (C10SA) MCM Part #C10SA

3.5 stars 1 review
MSRP: $27.99
You Save: $13.00 (46 %)

  • Self-adjusting; jaw automatically adjusts to work piece size
  • Adjustable pressure setting allows for more power when needed
  • Compound action for powerful non-slip locking grip
  • Locks tight to fasteners and work surfaces up to 1 7/8"
  • Patented angled tooth design for better grip
  • Nickel plated finish resists corrosion
  • Versatile curved jaw also features integral wire cutter
  • World famous Crescent® brand
  • DIY, industrial or professional use
  • Specifications Top

  • Jaw Type: Curved
  • Jaw Capacity: 1 7/8 in./48 mm
  • Length : 10 in./250 mm
  • Finish : Nickel Plated
  • No. of Jaw Positions : Multi-Self Adjusting
  • Wire Cutter : Yes
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:C10SA
    Crescent Part #:C10SA
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:1.25 lbs.
    Warranty:90 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:11.5 in.
    Width:5 in.
    Height:1 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
    Catalog Pages
    MCM Cat 57, Page 984
    MCM Cat 56, Page 893
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  • Product Reviews Top

    • by Baron Rojo

      on 6/25/2011

      Let Crescent(r) Do It!

      Overall: 3.5 out of 5

      I've wanted one of these since I was a kid, when I saw a similar product made by Stanley. (I think the Stanley tool is still available.) I had a hard time figuring out how the work the adjustment screw on the Famous Name Brand tool, and I didn't like how the release lever worked. So when MCM Electronics offered THIS tool at a Fire Sale price, I ordered two! I especially like how the release lever works, and the jaws have teeth which are specially angled for improved function. Besides, it's a Crescent, so how can you lose? Well in fact, I gave it less than the Topmost Rating for two reasons. The tension adjustment screw is small and placed so it's finicky and difficult to turn. And the plastic handle cover on my example wasn't strongly glued in place and slips off easily. BUT I was never impressed with those soft plastic comfort handles on forged steel tools (this one works perfectly well without it) and besides, you can glue it in place as firmly as you want -- assuming mine wasn't an unusual example. Other issues: The nifty release lever is not with out a significant pinch factor, and the autolocking mechanism can be fooled if the movable jaw makes contact with something before clamping down properly on your workpiece. Still, it's a Crescent, so how can you lose? I've had the opportunity to use it "on the job," and been entirely satisfied and glad I had it.