Hawk beaks

Discussion in 'Plumbing Tools' started by Lee_Howard, Dec 27, 2016.

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  1. Lee_Howard

    Lee_Howard New Member

    Hi I'm a newbie on here. Has anybody used 'Hawk beaks'? I bought a set from a one armed man. He created these marvellous tools due to his disability. They are no bigger than a spanner and act like grips. And my god they grip!!!

    Please definitely give them a try if you come across a set!
  2. Masood

    Masood Guest

    You wouldn't happen to be selling these by any chance? Your post sounds very much like an advert..
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  3. joni os

    joni os Plumber

    Hawk beaks: Grips like a footie, is less adjustable and handle won't easily file down to act as screwdriver. Don't think they'll be in my toolbox anytime soon.
  4. Lee_Howard

    Lee_Howard New Member

    Absolutely not! Just wanted to share a bit of knowledge with the forum.
  5. Meady

    Meady Plumber GSR

    I've got a small pair in my tool box. God knows how old they are, I pinched them off my old man :) never really use them though.