|Item Weight||7.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 5 x 1 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||11046|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Klein offers a lifetime warranty on material defects and workmanship for the normal life of the product.|
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Very happy with the product.
Upon receiving I was pleasantly surprised to find the grips were a perfect solid rubber feel. Not too soft so that they deform or slip in rain or sweaty hands yet not hard like plastic or metal and keeps the metal from freezing your hands on cold days. Also helps with gloves or big bear paws like mine. Plus another star= two stars.
The cutters are sharp and accurate. They were sharp and had no issues cutting through each respective insulation. They are ground quite well and fit to its mate nicely. Plus another star= three star.
They have lasted for me for many cuts. All copper. Still sharp with no issues, they do not bind. The spring is a good tension. Although it was clumsy in my tool pouch so I simply removed it. Its easy to do and for storage it fits well in the vertical position while closed. The tolerances work well and with a flip of the ring finger I can open the plies just fine. Plus one star= 4 Stars
All this under 15 bucks Plus another star= five stars.
Some have said that one fault here is the that the gauges are simply stamped and hard to see. This is true. However, simple tricks to the uneducated, but we are educated arent we..?
Step 1. Go find yellow or white or red paint. Or any color. Use nail polish or acrylic or enamel. I used acrylic with good results as that's what was at my girlfriends house at the time and she doesn't wear yellow nail-polish. Nail polish or enamel will probably last longer but is easier to mess up. Acrylic has been working for months just fine.
Step 2. Get small Qtip or brush. I used a qtip.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My first pair I purchased months ago was awesome... This second pair sucks. The snipping part of the strippers isn't flush, so when you try and cut small wires or the silk threads... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jorden Campbell
This is a quality wire stripper to have in your garage. It's about 6-inches long and spring loaded. The handle has a nice insulation on it, making the tool comfortable to use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by drdan09
This is my second purchase of the Klein wire stripper. My first was purchased about 15 years ago and probably are still working great today! Just don't loan your tools out. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Patrick Casto
Very high quality. Always needed something smaller than my combo crimper/wire stripper. This fits the bill perfectly. It is solid, very tight and comfortable to use. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stephen D. Reamer