Chain-nosed pliers, some times referred to as flat-nosed pliers, are flat on the side of the plier's nose and a little curved or rounded on the outside of the nose. They are very versatile and used by jewelry designers for all kinds of different applications.
How Are Chain-Nosed Pliers Used?
It is difficult to pin down "one" use for chain-nosed pliers. Often, jewelry makers use them as extra fingers for a variety of tasks, such as holding jewelry components or bending metal and wire. For example, a jewelry maker working with wire might use them to bend wire at a 90 degree angle when making unwrapped loops.
Inside of the nose, the flat area, is smooth and not textured. If textured, it could mark wire or metal when you are using it. Spring handle. This will make your hands do a little less work and help avoid hand fatigue. Comfortable Handle to fit your hand.