Surface treatment: Polished black nickel-plated chrome-plated pearl nickel,multi-function wire stripper tool with a wide range of uses including cutting wire and screws, stripping cable and crimping terminals and connections.
Product features: strong and durable clamping strong hardness.This tool is manufactured from high-grade steel and has a baked enamel finish to resist corrosion with non-slip ergonomic handles for extra torque and comfort
Easy to use: all of the functions and size guides are clearly marked and color coded in Hi-Contrast etchings. The wire stripper jaws are precision milled to an exact size so that they only cut through the insulation and do not damage the inner core wire or threads. The long high-leverage handles make cutting and crimping easy and reduces hand fatigue.
High-quality handle: ergonomic handle design saves time and effort and improves work efficiency.
Exquisite forging: It is made of high-quality 45 steel, which is heat-treated by the whole body, and the second heat treatment of the cut is made of exquisite forging. The head is polished, the surface is smooth, anti-corrosion and anti-rust, beautiful and generous
Size: 8 inches
Material: TPR+CR-V Alloy steel
Trial scope: repair home
Color : Only Red available
1* Multi-function Wire Cutter
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Looks and feels like high quality steel so it should last a long time and maybe even the last one I will have to buy. It strips the insulation without any damage to the wire itself. It locks closed so nothing can damage the cutting edges while inside your tool kit. It has a really good gripping tip that is way to tempting to use as pliers. I feel if I start using it as a multi tool it will not last as long and should only be used as intended (wire strippers).
'm an electrician and I swear by these guys, Klein made a simple stipper with a locking mechanism so it doesn't spring open when you throw it in your pocket. Just make sure you buy the ones with the right size for the right job. I have 3 different ones for different size wire, so smaller 18 ga wire for controls, or these my daily beaters for standard wire size 12 and 10 ga I use these guys.
You really need these if you need to strip small wires. I was extremely tired of stripping small wires with knife, or cutters, or scissors or ANYTHING else not made to do this job. I am in a position where I need to strip cat5 and cat 6 cables from time to time (not for normal network cables). That is 22 or 24 awg and this makes it SO much easier.
One word of off topic advice, I did have someone ask me what you do if you need to strip smaller wires than these will do. In that small of a gauge, you are probably soldering, and you can normally just strip them with the heat from the soldering iron.
I do wiring for a living. I make cables and I am constantly prepping small wires to solder in tight places. I needed wire strippers that were precise on very small gauges. These are excellent, they don't take any more than they are supposed to. Now my 26 gauge stranded wires don't lose any hairs when I'm stripping off the jacket.
Klein tools always have a quality feel, these are top-shelf and highly recommended if you do wiring for a living.
hese are the correct strippers for stranded and copper core 10 and 12 gauge wire. I am so glad I finally bought the right tool. I've struggled with diagonal cutters, which won't cut through tough wire or romex nearly as easily these. I've used the cool self-pulling strippers for small wire gauges, and those are great, but not for big AC wires. I have sharp wire cutters and usually struggle through with those. I have two pairs of the crappy strippers from my dad's collection, with a stop nut that you adjust to strip but not cut your wire: those never work well for long.
I'm finally smart enough to buy the right tool before I start a project, and am so happy I got these before I rewired, used EMT conduit, and put in a 100amp panel in my barn. I'd be still working on the first circuit otherwise, swearing at how frustrating it is to get insulation off.