Without the proper tools, stripping wires can be a pain. We just want to be able to do the job and move on, but far too often things go south and that's usually because we are using the wrong tool. Try this self-adjusting wire-stripper from Irwin, might just be the easiest way you could possibly strip a wire, as it literally takes a fraction of a second.
This tool is self adjusting so it will strip wire from 10 to 24 AWG with the handyself-adjustingmechanism. To use it just insert a wire, squeeze the handle, and the device willself-adjustto fit the exact wire size you're using and strip the wire in a fraction of a second.
You can also control the length of the core strip with the built-in adjustable stopper. It will also crimp 10-22 AWG insulated, 10-22 AWG non-insulated, and 7-9mm ignition terminals.
You can even Strip wire from 10-24 AWG while the swivel knob micro-adjusts to strip gauges smaller than 20 AWG. As you can see by the features, this tool is a real time-saver and it will get the job done right every-time.
A perfect gift idea for DAD, this handy tool is not only great and supereasywire-stripper, but it can also be used as a vise grip and wire crimp. So it's really many tools in one.
Use the extra time you save to do other fun projects and really get things done. If that isn't enough, it also has a lifetime guarantee. Irwin makes tools that last. They've been doing it since 1885. This one is a real winner.
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Strippers work great. and are just as good as my other pair of name brand. In fact they almost look the exact same. Feel like good quaility and they strip breadboard jumper wires great! Fast shipping and good price. Recommend!
Though no professional electrician, I worked for many years as a millwright, installing large factory machinery including all the wiring required. I also wired my own shop, stable and barn, so I have a fair amount of experience with electrical work. I was both pleased and surprised by the excellent quality and performance of this stripper/crimper.
It is solid, the arms rigid and the axis tight and strong. The only adjustments required are a tension knob to compensate for different wire thicknesses, and the strip gauge, which will allow you to strip precisely the right amount, over and over again. It will even strip multiple wires simultaneously.
The crimper is color-coded, corresponding with the colors used almost universally for the different wire gauges. Though slightly harder to use than a separate crimper, the convenience of being able to perform multiple tasks without having to fumble with three or four different tools more than makes up for that.
With very little practice, almost any do-it-yourselfer should be able to strip and crimp like a pro. It strips both solid core and stranded wire with excellent, predictable results. An adjustable strip gauge makes it simple to set the length needed and precisely strip each wire.
My favorite thing about this tool is the way it strips so many sizes of wires with such excellent, consistent results, whether the wire is stranded or solid core. It's almost like magic. There is a lot of value here, and I think it is an excellent purchase.
I’m not an electrician
I don’t use these every day
But wow am I impressed. I had to do some minor adjustment out of the box for my particular application but after it was set, I consistently stripped as small as 24g wire to about 12g with no further adjustments needed. It made a dash cam installation far easier than it should have been from my past personal experience.
Everything feels solid but for anyone who regularly uses these, I’d advise them to be careful with the yellow plastic piece that is used to measure out the correct amount of wire for stripping. I can foresee that being very delicate and with more use, a failure point. Everything else feels solid overall. It should hold up to casual to semi-regular hobby use for sure.
We moved into a new house and I wanted to change out some light fixtures. The new fixtures didn't have exposed wire and I tried to use scissors to gently strip the wire, it worked but I also lost some of the wire fibers. I decided to get a tool like my dad has to finish the last few lights. I know this tool does more than I even know how to use, but the wire stripping function was simple and has a small knob to adjust for thicker or thinner wires. I only have used the stripping and cutting features of this tool, but according to the package its also got a function for crimping if needed.
These things are great. After injuring myself with traditional strippers, I figured a pair of these was cheaper than a trip to the emergency room for stitches. I wish I had these years ago. I can strip wires so fast now. I have been removing ballasts from my fluorescent light fixtures and converting them to LED. It takes me about a third of the time doing it with these.
I have never had a bad Klein tool. You can't beat "Made in America" quality. This stripper does everything advertised. I deal with a lot of small aviation grade (Mil-spec) wire, that is sometimes shielded. Anywhere from 22awg to 18awg. I also have used it around my house on standard house wire and it works equally well on both. I have not had it to fail me and its nice to not have to make sure I'm in the right sized hole in the common wire stripper. Also, it's really nice to have the adjustable stop so it's easy to make the same strip length each time. Made in America Quality. I love it.
Mark W Stephens
When changing out ceiling can lights with retro kits (ballast bypass) numerous wires must be cut and stripped, most of them up inside the can. This tool makes that task very simple and quick and consequently the time spent working over your head trying to hand strip the wires is greatly reduced.
One word of caution: If you're stripping very small wires it will sometimes break the wire when stripping. A little more care and gentle touch corrects that problem.
This is mush have tool for any handyman's tool box.
Norman A. Garrett
These Klein sire strippers have been working great for stripping smaller 2 and 3-wire NM-B and Type UF cables that I work with frequently. I seem to work with 10/2, 12/2 and 14/2 UF cables a lot and these strippers take the normally tedious job of removing the outer jacket from Type UF cable and make it easy to accomplish. Finding strippers that work on 2-wire UF is fairly easy since there are several out there, but the fact that these Klein's also work on flat 12/3 and 14/3 UF is a tremendous advantage for the type of work I do. They even work well for me on the old, weathered hard plastic UF cable jackets I run into on some jobs. The strippers are adjustable and also handle the regular task of wire cutting and stripping insulation off individual 10 to 20 AWG solid and 12 to 22 AWG stranded conductors for termination. The only modification I made to these strippers was to remove the depth stop, which just seemed to get in the way and was unnecessary for my needs. It's held in with a little C-clip and can always be put back on later if it is ever needed. Overall, I really like these strippers and use them almost daily, so am glad to have them in my tool bucket. These are very similar to the Irwin wire strippers but, don't have the crimper feature. The do have an all metal head design though with two captive metal thumb screws for the adjustments and a metal depth stop as opposed to having the plastic depth stop that Irwin uses.
I've used simple hand strippers for occasional small gauge wire work all my life. I always assumed that automatic strippers would produce mixed results. Wrong! I just rewired my e-bike. I stripped stranded wire from tiny to 12 gauge. All end-strips were perfect, even when stripping two or three wires side-by-side. It also stripped the outer jacket from multi-conductors without disturbing the individual wires and jackets. Best use: Strip the jacket MID-WIRE to make a quick soldered "Y" connection without cutting the original wire! I wish I had bought this years ago.
Best wire stripper I have ever used. Ordered this and the Kline Katapult but never even opened the other. After reading reviews tried this one first and it is amazing. Just pulls the sheathing from the wires. Romex gets the outside sheath removed first, then you can do each of the single wires. I had no problems at any time. There is a small part that acts as a stopper for uniform lengths that can be rotated out of the way, when moved to full length. I did this for all my "cuts" as it is in the way most of the time, which would be my only complaint. Might be much more useful for something else or other type of wire "cutting" procedures, just not useful for me. Otherwise, I will never use another wire stripper again, this is the one to get!
These strippers are really cool, they can create a bare section in the middle of a wire that allows you to insert, wrap, flux, and solder another wire into the section (military splice) with ease! Never been able to do that before. Gentle enough to use on small wiring (when adjusted properly) but still works on cutting and stripping 14-10 awg wire in your home for wiring outlets and such. Just great...really (unless you're dealing with very small gauge wire, like under 20) the only set of strippers you'll ever need for home, auto, and electronics projects. Buy them now.
My only complaint is the tensioner the tightens the length/stop guard comes loose a lot and the guard will "flop" down on it's own and need to be placed back and tightened, but it's not like it falls off and get lost or anything. The guard is designed to swing away...just not unless you unlock it with the tensioner. The tensioner comes loose on it's own from using the stripper. Not a deal breaker. If you're doing auto accessory installation, buy this now, it will pay for itself after 3 uses.