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Channellock 909 Crimping Tool with Cutter


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  • Designed to facilitate efficient crimping of wires
  • Made from high carbon drop-forged steel
  • Offers long lasting durability
  • Channellock Blue comfort grips
  • Made in USA
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Product Description

Product Description

The Channellock 909 9-1/2-Inch Crimping Plier has a sleek nose design gets into tight places and a laser heat-treated mating edge makes this the only crimper you'll ever need. Perfect for both insulated and non-insulated solderless connections and terminals.

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Designed for crimping of both insulated and non-insulated solderless connections and terminals, the Channellock 909 Crimping Tool with Cutter features a sleek nose design that gets into tight places and a laser heat-treated mating edge makes this the only crimper you'll ever need. It's perfect for both insulated and non-insulated solderless connections and terminals.

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Designed to facilitate efficient crimping of wires (view larger).

Channellock uses high carbon C1080 steel for superior performance on the job, and it's completed by Channellock's iconic blue handle, which is both comfortable in your hand and easy to spot in your tool bag.

Specifications

Overall length 9.5 inches
Jaw length 1.16 inches
Joint thickness 0.48-inch
Handle span 1.89 inches
Cutting edge 0.43-inch
Joint width 1.32 inches
Weight 0.94 pounds

About ChannelLock

Founded in 1886, Channellock is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of high-quality pliers and assorted hand tools. Now run by the fifth generation of the DeArment family, Channellock tools reflect a tradition of dedication to excellence maintained for well over a century. Over the years, Channellock has obtained several patents including one in 1965 for the conical surface created on the cam side of the pliers when undercut and another in 1984 for the PermaLock fastener found in its Tongue and Groove Pliers. Channellock still manufactures more than 120 different sizes and types of pliers and hand tools at its facilities in Meadville, Pennsylvania.

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909 Crimping Tool with Cutter

At a Glance
  • Crimps and cuts insulated and non-insulated solderless connections and terminals
  • Cuts 10-22 AWG wire
  • Constructed of high-carbon C1080 steel for superior performance
  • Iconic blue handle is comfortable and easy to spot in your tool bag
  • Made in USA


Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number CHL909
Item Weight14.4 ounces
Product Dimensions11.5 x 2.9 x 0.8 inches
OriginUSA
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Item model number909
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Size9
ColorHigh carbon steel
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004SBDI
Best Sellers Rank #3,375 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars

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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S. Syerov on January 19, 2012
... I suggest you shop around first before ordering one from Amazon. I found these at Home Depot for $10, so surprisingly they are overpriced on this site. Other than that, not much to add. Great tool, with precise craftsmanship and affordable price. In terms of quality these aren't that far behind the German brands.

Update 03/02/2012:
Have to bump up my rating to 5 stars. These last few weeks have mostly worked with thin wires (18-22 gauge) and my boss' Klein crimper would fail in this area by giving weak crimps (even though I'd fold the wire into 2 or 4), however this Channellock crimper succeeded every time!!! The crimp area itself actually looks a little weird, like its about to fall apart, but the crimp holds dead on. Very impressive!

Update 08/04/2012

ADVICE ON CRIMPING SMALL INSULATED TERMINALS: If you're trying to crimp small insulated terminals (particularly the ones from Japan), you'll notice that the dedicated "Ins" crimp area will give weak crimp because its too big to squeeze properly, and if you try to use the "Non-Ins" tooth, you'll cut right through the insulation. So I suggest putting the terminal all the way past the "Non-Ins" crimping area, right where the jaws of the pliers meet. You'll get nice and strong crimps on those tiny insulated terminals.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By TS Liotte on June 2, 2012
Solid quality crimping tool that should last a lifetime-

The Channellock crimper has a very precise construction with no side play at all, yet the handles move almost entirely frictionless for effortless action.

The leverage afforded by the length of the handles and the distance from the pivot to the crimp area allows you to very easily apply the force necessary with little effort.

This tool is best used for the non insulated terminal; while it can also be used for the insulated type terminals, the profile across the insulated crimps is flat and spreads the crimp area over a whole terminal. For insulated terminals, it'd be better to use crimpers with dedicated insulated terminal dies, with two crimp areas with an open section in the middle.

The cutter on the Channellock works very well, cutting copper and aluminum wire gauges down to the smallest gauge easily. The cutting action is an anvil type rather than a bypass type. Don't abuse it by cutting steel wires and it'll last. The handles and jaws are able to open up very wide so if you do somehow mess up the cutting edges, you should be able to resharpen them.

This tool is not intended for stripping wires, so I'd recommend getting a separate wire stripper for the purpose instead of trying to use the cutter, you'll have much better results.

When crimping terminals, the orientation of the terminal should be placed so that the split part of the lug is positioned against a flat portion of the crimping die. This will ensure the opening doesn't separate when the crimping pressure is applied. With small terminals, put the split at 45 degrees so it faces the flat area.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By EGH on April 4, 2010
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I am very happy with these crimpers! They are long and heavy but very gentle. I'm crimping mostly 10-18 gauge wire into insulated, heat-shrink terminals. I was surprised at how well they worked with even the 18 gauge terminals.

As an added bonus, they are MADE IN THE USA !! I'm happy to support an American company putting my neighbors to work producing an excellent product!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Paige Carter on June 11, 2000
As all Channellock tools are, these are very good quality. I like the fact that the crimping area is slightly wider than other crimpers making for, I believe, a stronger crimp.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Stubborn Rock on August 25, 2011
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As all other Channellock tools that I have, this is a solid piece. The crimping and cutting edge were made with high degree of precision. The non-insolated crimping tooth looks well engineered. In comparison with the Klein J1005 model (Amazon seles for $28), the claws of this 909 is slightly wider and thicker than the J1005's. I guess this is to ensure the roubust work load, while the J1005 uses an extra shoulder on the outside of each claw to achieve the same. I believe that the J1005 might be slightly better engineered. Either one is way superior than those made in China or India. Enjoy it and be proud of "Made in USA".
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steven Staley on March 21, 2012
I bought a pair of these following a recommendation of a fellow mechanic. He has owned several brands over the years, and told me that he preferred the "insulated" crimping part of the tool in the front of the plier, and the "non-insulated" crimping part of the tool toward the rear of the jaw, stating that much more leverage could be achieved with the non-insulated crimper closer to the hinge point of the plier. I have used these crimpers for a few months now and just love them. Channellock has always been a preferred brand of side cutter that I have used ( I have a 20 year old pair), and the 909 Crimping Tool is the same high quality tool that you would expect when buying Channellock. Don't wonder if these will do the job or not. Buy them with complete confidence!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Hopfner on April 16, 2009
Good quality tool. Does a nice job. Long handles give very good leverage. It's the only wire crimper for basic terminal crimping I use now, at home and work.
I own 4 of these.
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