|Item model number||215309|
|Item Weight||1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 4 x 1 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9 x 4 x 1 inches|
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However, here in the 'real world', there is no practical way around doing so from time to time... especially doing automotive diagnostic work.
As another poster here mentioned, these are a little larger than expected, but after review of the actual items, I now feel that any smaller and they'd be awkward to manipulate.
Not mentioned in the ad is that they're for low voltage/amperage use only...30VAC or 60VDC @ 1A max, and sized to accommodate 22 to 14 AWG wire. (Comes to about .030" to .180" or .76mm to 4.57mm). Just about perfect for automotive applications.
Clips appear to be very well designed and built. Note the red clip has a meter lead installed in the attached photo below. (Click image to enlarge.)
If forced to pierce, remember to always find and seal your insulation holes...
Packaging states: "Made in the U.S. with Imported parts"
Posted 12/16/2014. This review will be updated should use experience warrant.
• 6405 mates with standard .16” (4mm) banana plug test leads, with or without safety shroud
• 6413 mates with standard .080” (2mm) standard pin tip test probe
I use the 6413 model at work and love them because the tips of my Fluke meter plugs directly into them. I ordered these from Amazon for a set to use at home thinking they were exactly the same, but they were the model for banana clips. I'll probably keep these and make shrouded jumpers out of old meter leads.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I don't know how I got by without these things for electronics field service. Very good quality and works for the most common gauge's of wire too.Published 4 days ago by Russ Wentz
If you do any type of electrical troubleshooting work then you will love these. Far superior to any others ive triedPublished on December 11, 2013 by h2operator
Works great for what it is. Cant backprobe due to cramp spaces then this is the tool for you. Just make sure to cover the holes!Published on April 9, 2013 by JChie
I use this everyday to help test wires for car alarms. Works great! A little pricey, but alot better quality than the cheaper costing clips.Published on February 18, 2013 by Dave Verhaeghe