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Gardner Bender SE-92 Strip-Easy Automatic Wire Stripper 8-22 AWG

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  • An ideal choice for stripping wire without nicking wire conductors
  • 1-squeeze stripping
  • Non-slip handles
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  • 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty
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The GB 8-22 AWG Strip-Easy Automatic Wire Stripper is an ideal choice for stripping solid or stranded wire. The stripper strips wires clean with one easy squeeze, up to 7/8-inches thick, and does so without nicking or cutting the wire conductor. For added ease of use, the stripper's jaws open automatically to remove wire without crushing wire ends, and the AWG size is clearly marked at each cutting hole for added convenience. The stripper comes with a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

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The GB 8-22 AWG Strip-Easy Automatic Wire Stripper is an ideal choice for stripping solid or stranded wire. The stripper strips wires clean with one easy squeeze, up to 7/8-inches thick, and does so without nicking or cutting the wire conductor. For added ease of use, the stripper's jaws open automatically to remove wire without crushing wire ends, and the AWG size is clearly marked at each cutting hole for added convenience. The stripper comes with a 1-year limited manufacturer's warranty.

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Technical Details
Part Number SE-92
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions8 x 3.5 x 1.5 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberSE-92
ColorRed
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionLimited One Year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004WLKZ
Best Sellers Rank #61,377 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2005
  
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Sean P. Logue VINE VOICE on December 28, 2007
Seems like every tool has a built-in wire stripper these days. Crimpers and pliers, I even have a pair of scissors with one. And they're all pretty crummy strippers, too.

This tool does one thing, and it does it very well. It can strip a wire using only one hand, so your other hand can hold the wire. After the cut, it flicks off the insulation in one smooth motion, which eliminates wrestling with the wire to get the tip off.

It also has a very wide range of gauges that it can do, and it is easy to compare the wire tip with the holes to find the right one. For example, sometimes a 18 gauge stranded wire is "fluffier" than usual, and needs the 16 gauge hole. Even if you guess wrong and use the larger hole, it is easy to put the wire back in and do it again one smaller.

There is one disadvantage, which is that it flicks the insulation end off onto the floor. This is kind of fun while you're doing it, but then you'll end up crouching down and trying to find them after it is over (or vacuuming, if you've been doing a bunch of them). I used mine to strip a bunch of wires for a car alarm, and had little multicolored tips all over the parking lot when I was done.

Sean P. Logue, 2007
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By YMMV on January 1, 2011
A pretty good concept, but with some flaws:
- The sizing isn't accurate, or the mostly US-made cables I'm using aren't, but in either case, this sometimes results in a choice between the labeled wire gauge being slightly too small. The too-small slot nicks the wire (which can result in breakage in solid household wire when it's bent to fit the outlet), or loss of some of the strands in stranded wire. Using the next size up sometimes works OK with soft insulation, but in hard or two-layer insulation, it doesn't strip.
- Sometimes the wire clamp doesn't release at the end of the stroke, so the cutter pops back and brooms the end of stranded wire, if that's what's being stripped.
- Alignment of a 22ga wire in the slot is tricky, since the wire's so flexible and the slot's all the way inboard (next to the 12ga slot).
- Finally, the pot metal casting broke at the hinge, so it's in the trash and I'm looking for a different one.

On the plus side, this was much better than other devices I've used - a pocketknife, those cheap "pliers with slots" type strippers, or in a pinch, my two front teeth.

I'll try one of those self-adjusting strippers next, once I find out what our EEs at work recommend.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By T-Girl on March 4, 2003
This stripper is very good to use. I've been using it for years in the industrial work area. Clean cut, rarely nicked the wires. Or maybe it was just me :)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Wright on April 28, 2008
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Have used the wire stripper a few times. Am happy with it for the price I paid. It could use some design improvements. The lever that opens the cutting blade seems out of place. To use the tool, I usually must open the cutting blade with my other hand before placing the tool on the wire. Would probably select another brand if I know this issue existed, but not sure which brand would work better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By digitalcraftsman on December 26, 2014
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These auto-strippers seem to be all the same, but they're not. I had one just like this from radioshack that I bought when I was a kid and used for nearly 20 years before it finally wore out. This was supposed to replace that, but I was disappointed to see the "dies" (the two sliding cutting teeth) were very poorly ground, resulting in undersized holes that will nick solid and break strands. For a professional, this is unacceptable I ended up returning this and getting the blue handled Klein. I was able to look at all three (my original one from 20years ago), the GB, and the Klein at the same time to compare the cutting dies. The original RadioShack one was pretty good, this GB was absolutely identical to the original except for the poorly sized dies (so I could have swapped in my original dies if I really wanted to). However, the Klein that I ended up keeping has an even better grip and super precise dies that cut without nicking. I have several other Gardner Bender tools and they are usually fine, and this may have been just one of a few from a bad lot, so I'm giving it two stars and recommending the Klein strippers instead. I hope they can get this very singular quality control issue fixed. GB is otherwise a fine company.
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This wire stripper makes repetitive stripping a breeze. I injured one hand and bought this as a get-by while it healed, but this is now my GO-TO tool. I have one on the bench and one in the tool pouch for working out of the shop.

Just pick a hole that will come close to matching the copper size without pinching the copper. Strips clean w/out damage to the conductor. Other strippers (especially the ones that bite insulation w/two parallel jaws instead of round holes) will pinch copper & damage the conductor; not this unit. At first I tried to match the print on the jaw to conductor size, but eye-balling it is easier, faster & a better result. If I choose an oversized hole, it jsut tears the insulation the rest of the way thru where it didn't cut, making a clean end ready for termination.

Insulation tips just drop off when you release, or you can direct them to a waste basket if the site needs to stay tidy. Handles are comfortable enough to work all day. Will take some minor oiling after a lot of use, or storage outside where it is damp, but that's true w/any tool. At less than $20 this thing is a steal; screwing around w/cheaper tools is for rookies.
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