|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 25 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||18087|
|Color||Metal and Red|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty|
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Clauss 18087 5.5" Stainless Steel Electrical Shears with Wire Cutting Notch
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- Industrial Stainless Molybdenum Vanadium Blades
- Hollow Ground, Thru-Hardened, Serrated Blades
- Specially Designed for Soft Cable, Wire, Insulation Materials, Cable Tie and More
- Ergonomic Non-Slip Grips
- Adjustable Tension
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Some of the negatives to the product are the, as others have mentioned, large bolt at the axis of the scissors. I am not trying to up these in a pocket so it is not an issue for me, however, I can see how others would find this to be an issue. The one other issue is that these shears are a bit to stubby for work outside of wiring and the like in some cases. I realize that is not the intent however about another half-inch to an inch would allow for a greater range of uses.
+ Sharp strong shears
+ durable and comfortable grip
+ Great price
- A bit short
- Large central bolt could be cumbersome
In short I recommend this to anyone that needs shears for wiring, but truthfully I kind of think these should be in any household as they can be used for so many things, and they can spare the weaker office scissors we all have that we try to cut things with either hurting our hands or breaking the scissors. Unless you are an afficianado of some sort you will not be disappointed in choosing these shears over a more expensive brand such as Klein, and that is not to say Kleins are bad because they are nice, these just do everything those do at a better price.
First off, I really like the grips. Much nicer than the Kleins. Especially when doing demo work and cutting hundreds of cables in the course of a day. They are very sharp and cut really well. Nice sharp tip to get in a cut tie wraps close.
My only complaint is the hinge bolt. It is way overkill. There is no reason for it to be as big as it it. While it is not a huge problem, it does make storing the shears a little awkward. I usually just keep them in my front pocket, but the bolt get caught taking the shears in and out. I may take a grinder to them, but haven't yet.
Overall, very happy. We'll see how they last.
from the thinnest to the most thick fishing lines out there,
including the steel cables
the mnt I got it I put it to z test.
every fisherman should have at least one in his disposal at all times,
thanks Clauss for great quality product
lots of abuse and neglect next to the salty waters of the northeast,
and this thing still as good as the day I got it.
I mostly used it on a big variety of materials, plastics, hooks, wires, mono and braided lines, cutting of the tip of a rod, to cutting through the tin of a soup can to cut it open into two equal halves, and the list keeps on going, to the point am buying another one to have in the car's emergency tool bag ...... ( Great Tool )
Best of all, they are small enough to pass through airport security. Happy buying!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cut zip ties with little effort. Cut Cat6 cable without problem. Went through well over 500 cuts on Cat6 cables and blades stay sharp. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Texan
I have always used the fluke snips, but these are just as good. I thought the fluke were a little more ergonomic, but these are better if you have gloves and are half the price. Read morePublished 8 days ago by ben robinson
I've had these for several months now, and they have proven to be strong, comfortable, professional grade shears. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Dana
these Scissors are the best I've ever purchased for cutting and stripping back jacket on network and coax cabling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William A