This 3 in 1 Crimping Tool - Wire Stripper makes repair and assembly projects more efficient for home or professional users. You may find our new stripper makes stripping faster and safer than other usual strippers. It is ideal for home, garage, marine or regular operation.
Minimal Effort: The ratcheting action requires only a fraction of hand strength. This is a must have for professional and DIY electricians' tool sets.
Self Adjusting: The automatic mechanism strips wires from 10 24 awg (0.2mm to 6.0mm). Further micro adjustments can be made less than 20 awg.
Multi-Functional: Specially designed and precisely machined teeth grabs, holds, pulls and removes outer jacket in a simple one-handed motion; Also a wire crimping tool (crimper) which crimps insulated and non-insulated automotive ignition terminals and includes a wire cutter saving you time and money purchasing individual tools.
Versatile and Useful: This tool should be part of any tool kit, with its ability to crimp and strip copper and aluminum of a wide variety of sizes
Reliable and Efficient: Wire Stripper provides maximum comfort and reduced hand fatigue, this high quality tool is built tough to be durable and long lasting.
Alloy steel jaws: Suited for the wire of the specification 10-24AWG [ 0.2-6MM2]
Crimp insulated terminals: Suited for 10-22AWG [0.5-6.0mm2]
Great product for the price. The wire stripping is easy to figure out and works well. The handles are rugged and comfortable.
Awesome wire stripper works like charm. I used it to cut telephone lines, it is very easy to use. when the wire is thick in parameter, it is one pull operation; when the wire is very small in diameter, you can use it to pull a few times, and it will strip the wire open as well. It saved me a lot of time when cut wires open, definitely a nice tool.
Excellent,easy to cut a very thick wire.
Worked well enough for 4-pin LED strip wiring. Not perfect, but good enough to get the job done.
These work great but they started binding up a bit. I had to adjust some of the bits and how they slide against each other and got them to start working again.