With over 150 years of experience, Klein Tools has been manufacturing an extensive line of hand tools. Its headquarters is located in Lincolnshire, Illinois, United States. Read More


Hand Tools


Test Instruments

Power Tools

Material Handling






Furniture Hospitality and Food Service

Fleet and Vehicle Maintenance


HVAC and Refrigeration

Electronics Appliances and Batteries


Adhesives Sealants and Tape

Outdoor Equipment


Hand Tools Filter

WrenchesView all

Cutting ToolsView all

PliersView all

Tool Storage and Transfer TanksView all



The Klein Tools catalogue includes 3800 different tools, such as screw & nut drivers, pliers, cutters, wire strippers, cable slitters, handheld punches, scissors, crimping tools, saws, wrenches, sledges, reamers, ratchets and hammers. The brand offers over 160 types of pliers, including insulated, long nose & needle nose pliers, for holding, turning and cutting applications. Klein Tools offers a wide variety of screwdrivers, such as insulated, combination, screw holding, demolition & wire bending screwdrivers, in Phillips, cabinet, slotted & Torx tip variants.

Things To Consider


These Klein Tools products are small in size and require compact packaging. They are suitable for courier shipment & air freight.

Major Trade Names

KLEIN TOOLS Competitive Advantages

Angle Setter Technology

This technology enables quick, accurate & repeated bends, saving time on the job. The user can ensure that the alignment tabs are fully seated in the bender track notches by aligning the Angle Setter with the bender. Firmly press the Angle Setter into place. The conduit is inserted into the bender head and bent as usual, until it makes contact with the setter.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose Klein Tools pliers?

Klien Tools pliers have a rivet that is closer to the cutting edge than other plier designs, resulting in greater cutting power. The diagonal-cutting pliers' angled head design allows easy working in confined spaces. The side-cutting pliers have a sleek design and sure-grip, cross-hatched knurled jaws.

What kind of grips can be used with insulated conductors?

Klein Tools' Chicago Grips have specially machined serpentine jaws that allow them to be used on insulated conductors. They eliminate the need to remove insulation from the conductor.

Brand Exclusive Products