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SE is proud to present this 10-piece set of quality Test Leads with Alligator Clips, featuring color-coded, vinyl-covered alligator clips at either end of the testing lead. These 22-gauge leads have an overall length of 19-½” with the alligator clamps measuring 1-½”, making this set a smart choice for projects that require leads of this length. Each clip is crimped to ensure a good conduction and a lasting application. These are superior quality clips that close well with the strong spring that keeps it clamped to your object. This 10-piece set includes two each of the following wire colors: black, red, white, green, and yellow.
SE products are quality items for extremely reasonable prices. SE is committed to providing the customer with the best source for value possible on the market. You will enjoy the quality, durability and usefulness this 10-Piece Test Lead Set with Alligator Clips has to offer.
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Size: 10 Piece
These are not high quality, however the price is great for the quality they are. I did not have a problem with any of the cable not working out of the package. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Rick Peeples
These are ok and are inexpensive. They are very thin so they get very hot too quickly when any reasonable amount of current goes through them (example 3A at 12V). Read morePublished 8 days ago by dmk
great for the third grade electricity class, great for temp use but not as heavy duty and had some quality flaws. Overall a great product for a low price.Published 16 days ago by Robert C
The item was as described and shipped quickly. All ten pieces arrived. I tested each piece and they are all functioning properly. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Mark
These are affordable and work great. Only con is one wire did not work, Oh well for the price cant beat itPublished 18 days ago by Daniel Ochoa
over half of them had no continuity because the clips were clamped onto the plastic insulation, also the wire is so thin the slightest pull will break the wire inside the... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Robert Blackbourn