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January 8, 2008

Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper


What a useful tool.

It takes me forever to strip wires using a knife or my hand-adjustable stripper, and even then I mess up a couple times minimum before getting it right.

From the website:

    Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper

    Nothing is easier for stripping wire insulation than these cutters. Squeezing the handles grips the wire under one jaw while the other jaw cleanly cuts and pulls the insulation free.

    Unlike other strippers, the risk of breakage is eliminated because the wire is clamped securely. The tool self-adjusts between 24 and 10 American Wire Gauge and has an adjustable stop to leave up to 3/4" of exposed wire. The handles have a series of crimping notches for insulated, non-insulated, and ignition terminals.

    Often considered a specialty tool, this stripper should be part of any basic household tool set.

    Available while quantities last.




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We had something similar in an electronics workshop years ago - they are indeed very good, though by then I'd learned to do it with snips.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Jan 10, 2008 4:42:23 PM

I've used these, and surprisingly, they actually work! Definitely makes wiring a whole lot easier. (And saves my teeth)

Posted by: Cory OBrien | Jan 9, 2008 4:19:46 AM

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