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Klein 1010 Long - Nose All - Purpose Crimper/Cutter Pliers

High strength steel insulated steel strippers

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Keep a Pair Of These In Your Pocket At All Times

  • Feb 23, 2010
Rating:
+5

Klein has several different types of hand tools on today's market and you cannot go wrong when you purchase a tool with this name on the side of it. For only fifteen dollars you will get a tool that will last you a lifetime, and as long as you take care of these and do not let them get rusty they will do an excellent job for you. You can find the Klein brand at any hardware or big box store or even any tool supply warehouse all for just about the same price. Since you should never have to replace your Klein tool then price should not be in the equation on where you purchase yours from. They all have a lifetime warranty.

Description
This set of wire strippers only weigh eight ounces and are 11" in length. There handles are insulated in a blue rubber just like all of their other pliers to help protect you against electrical shock. There are grooves with sharp edges that will help you strip wires from 10 to 22 gauge wiring. There are also round holes that will allow you to put different sixe small bolts or screws inside of them and trim them off if they are too long. The sizes include 4-40, 5-40, 6-32, 8-32, 10-32, and 10-24, you may not know that is what these holes are for but they have come in very handy when all you have is an extra long bolt lying ar4ound to replace a short one with. This pair of strippers can also crimp the ends on wires that are 7 and 8 mm thick wires.

Experience
I have used these for several years and found them to be sufficient when it comes to using them in a pinch. There are better strippers out there but these are probably the cheapest and the thinnest that you will be able to find. For only fifteen dollars they will help you do all of your electrical needs and even some of your cable needs. These are very easy to use even if you do not know what the exact size of the wire that you are trying to strip is.

It is very simple to use, all you have to do is open these up, and place the wire in the closest hole and squeeze the pliers until you hear a slight click and then you know that you are right on the money. There are more elaborate ones out there that are a lot easier to use but, these will work if you do not want to spend the extra money on a better set.

Conclusion
You will be very happy with the outcome of the work of this set of strippers. These do a very professional job at a very cheap price. These are very durable and can take a beating, but if not cared for and kept clean they will rust.

Recommended:
Yes

Keep a Pair Of These In Your Pocket At All Times

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This set of wire strippers only weigh eight ounces and are 11" in length. There handles are insulated in a blue rubber just like all of their other pliers to help protect you against electrical shock. There are grooves with sharp edges that will help you strip wires from 10 to 22 gauge wiring. There are also round holes that will allow you to put different sixe small bolts or screws inside of them and trim them off if they are too long. The sizes include 4-40, 5-40, 6-32, 8-32, 10-32, and 10-24, you may not know that is what these holes are for but they have come in very handy when all you have is an extra long bolt lying ar4ound to replace a short one with. This pair of strippers can also crimp the ends on wires that are 7 and 8 mm thick wires.
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