- Cable stripper strips the jacket from round cables 3/16" to 1-1/8" (4.5 to 29 mm) diameter
- Cuts PVC, rubber, PE, and other jacket materials
- Makes longitudinal cuts for end stripping, spiral cuts for end stripping and mid-span cuts, and circular cuts for jacket removal
- Adjustable blade depth for use with a variety of round cables
- Replaceable blade
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Jonard CST-1900 Round Cable Stripper for Fast and Precise Jacket Removal, 3/16" to 1-1/8" diameter
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|Brand Name||Jonard Tools|
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|Outside Diameter||3/16 inches to 1-1/8 inches|
|Size||3/16" to 1-1/8" diameter|
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The Jonard CST-1900 round cable stripper strips the jacket from round cables 3/16" to 1-1/8" (4.5 to 29 mm) in diameter. The stripper cuts PVC (polyvinyl chloride), rubber, PE (polyethylene), and other jacket materials. It makes longitudinal cuts for end stripping, spiral cuts for end stripping and mid-span cuts, and circular cuts for jacket removal. The replaceable blade has an adjustable depth to accommodate cables with different jacket thicknesses.
Jonard Industries manufactures hand tools for telecom, fiber optics, and electronic industries. The company, founded in 1958 and headquartered in Tuckahoe, NY, complies with Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) directives.
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Getting the blade adjusted to the job at hand can take a couple of tries, but once it's set, you can safely strip cable of the same type all day long without worry. Remember to adjust it so that it cuts almost through but not quite in order to avoid cutting into the individual conductors or nicking a drain wire.
The manufacturer has some good demonstration videos on their website.
An electrician-buddy finally told me to get a real wire stripper. He named 3 brands: Greenlee, Ideal, and Jonard. The reviews of all 3 were mixed, but Jonard's average reviews were best. I gulped and ordered.
Well, twenty minutes ago I opened my Jonard Round Cable Stripper. Scanned the 5x7 instruction sheet, adjusted the thickness setting, then slit & skinned 2 feet of insulation... Perfectly. (Tip: Drape the wire across the stripper blade, then bear down as you pull the wire.)
The stripper appears to be well-built, but that doesn't matter too much. I'll buy however many it takes to keep a live Jonard stripper in my toolbox.
But for the orange peel doesn't work
I prefer the greenlee cut and stays in the orange peel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works properly but the blade adjustment is virtually impossible. I can't turn it with my fingers and I'm afraid if I use pliers it'll brake being plastic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jimmycorn
I this its best for this price. First step cutting cable circle. Is eork incredibly! My work place is quite chill and rainy, cables condition is usually bad, but it cut smoothly! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Changwon Jeong
I really like the ability to set the height of the cutter and the spiral setting is very useful. However, it would be nice if the blade locked in position when you go to cut along... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lester
Very handy on larger electrical projects, saves the thumbs from a possible slip and cut from the utility knife. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jerry Sergeant
Blade doesn't quite cut deep enough - at its lowest setting - to cut thick insulation we needed it for. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Falcon
I do a lot of custom assembly and wiring work. This product has Mixed reviews, and I can't figure out why. This stripper is seriously top of the line. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Steve Stamos
Strips cable a lot easier than with a blade, and a lot faster too. It can take a few tries on the end of a cable though to test the blade depth is deep enough but won't cut into... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Clay L.
I'm an industrial electrician and I have to work with Lumberg I/O cables. Slicing through this type of cable is a pain to do by hand so I bought this tool and it works very well. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John J Cruz