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SE TL10 Clip Test Lead, 10-Piece

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  • Includes 5 pairs of color-coded test leads with 1 1/2-Inch alligator clips at both ends
  • 22-Gauge heavy insulation copper wire; 20-Inch length.
  • Each clip is crimped to ensure a good conduction.
  • Good quality clips that close well and a strong spring to keep it closed
  • Made in China
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Product Details

Size: 10 Piece
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 1.6 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002KRABU
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  • Item model number: TL10
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (196 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,384 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

Product Description

Size: 10 Piece

10-Piece Set, Color Coded vinyl covered alligator clips. Each clip is crimped to ensure a good conduction. Good quality clips that close well and a strong spring to keep it closed. 10-Piece set contains two of each: Black, red, white, green, and yellow. 22-Gauge heavy insulation copper wire, 12-Inch length.


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Customer Reviews

Part of the problem is that it cannot be given zero stars.
Jesse A. Ritz
The heat-shrink plastic on alligator clips slips and slides around, making it hard to actually use these things.
Scott Thomas
Seem to be pretty well made and so far have worked out well.
CountryBoy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

121 of 137 people found the following review helpful By MichaelBrenden on January 28, 2011
Size Name: 10 Piece Verified Purchase
These are absolutely the worst leads I've ever seen. They prove that the "cheap overseaas" moniker is deserved and --astoundingly-- devolving. The wire is maybe 28 AWG, _maybe_. It's uncoated copper, pre-corroded (turning green/black). The plastic coating is a bit rougher (which initially seemed nice, versus the previous el-cheapo leads with shiny plastic coating). The clips are of course awful. The clips are crimped (not soldered) onto the wires and coating, with the bared wires folded back over the coating...meaning that simply "adding a dab of solder to the crimp" (which used to work on all previous el-cheapo leads) no longer works and instead causes a molten, stinky plastic mess.

Beware this product; they've actually made what was already horrible much worse. I'd send them back if it didn't cost more.

I find my opinion of Amazon decreasing as I discover they carry such total garbage. And the clowns who write positive or blaise or non-critical reviews of technical products, well, maybe they should go overseas, too. It pains me that such garbage products have been put into place and have put out well-made products, American or otherwise. The commentator Gerald Celente mentions a "Made in China" backlash that's been long brewing. Total garbage products like this junk frenetically propel that eventuality, but not nearly enough. These leads are total, absolute junk -- build your own. Get American made Mueller clips from Digikey and some real 22 AWG Teflon coated wire from Weico and save yourself the trouble, cost and aggravation of discovering Yet Another piece of total overseas garbage.
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Tom Servo on September 2, 2010
Size Name: 10 Piece Verified Purchase
These jumper clips have the thinnest wires I have ever seen, probably 24 or 26 AWG. The wires are so thin they feel like they might break internally or disconnect from the clip ends. I was hoping to toss these in a toolbox for frequent use but they would probably be damaged.
If you are going to use these on a bench (for example with a breadboard) and always handle them carefully then they will be acceptable. For more real life use where they might experience rough handling I wouldn't recommend them. (FYI I ordered from Amazon)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By vman76 on November 27, 2011
Size Name: 10 Piece
The actual wire is super thin and no where near the 16 gauge that was advertised. That part of the description was an outright lie. The price should've given it away, but I trusted what they advertised.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Michael Lewis on November 9, 2010
Size Name: 10 Piece Verified Purchase
Some of the specs on these leads (from the package):

Length: 19 1/2"
Alligator Clip Length: 1 1/2"
22 ga Insulation for protection against shorting and shock
Assorted colors: red, green, black, white, and yellow

These Chinese-made leads are very light duty becuase of the wire gauge and length. Much more suited for circuit board work than for automotive applications where you are possibly handling higher current loads. At 20 1/2" long (measured clip end to clip end), you can't span a very long distance with them and the small clips are barely big enough to grasp connections 1/4" in size. Two leads of each color are included. They are fine for low voltage apps and short jumps; buy something with a heavier gauge wire and bigger clips for automotive work.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M. Zabetian on October 19, 2011
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These alligator clips look really nice, but in reality, they are very low quality. The wires are attached to the clips using the crimp tabs, but they are not crimped in well, nor are they soldered. Within hours of use, I noticed that my circuits were misbehaving and I tracked it to intermittent connections at the clips. Some wires had already detached from the clips completely.

If you gently tug on the wires, you'll see that on many, they easily detach from the alligator clips.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By GaterLater on November 5, 2012
Size Name: 10 Piece Verified Purchase
At the price, I didn't expect AWG18 wire, and I didn't expect the wires to be well attached. The wire is likely smaller than 26 and they are poorly crimped to the clamps. My intent was to remove the original wires and install 20 or 22 gage wire in the clips, soldering and crimping the clips to the new wire. But, the clips themselves and the plastic insulating sleeves are just as low quality as the wires, The finger tabs on the clips are all bent every witch way, and that combined with the extremely smooth and slippery insides of the insulating sleeves makes it almost impossible to squeeze the clips open, the clip just slides (rotates) around inside the sleeve till the fingers are trying to squeeze the clips from the sides which is useless. I had purchased another set from HF Tools that must have been from exactly the same batch. guess this is an item you either make yourself from known quality parts, or purchase from a better quality source, if they are good, it's worth a buck per clip wire.

I saw another review that said "at this price you can't go wrong". that is absolutely not true, these aren't worth their weight in tap water.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jim on October 12, 2011
Size Name: 10 Piece Verified Purchase
the description says 16 gauge, the back of the packaging says 22 gauge. It seems like maybe 24 or 26 guage, dont expect for higher then 1-2 amps
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Eusebius on June 27, 2013
Size Name: 10 Piece Verified Purchase
The wires are thinner than advertised - probably 28 ga. - I had a brief 12vdc low current short with one and it was red hot in 1 second.

The vinyl protective sleeves around the clips are so slick it's almost impossible to get a grip on them without the alligator clip slipping and turning inside the slippery sleeve so you can't squeeze it open. I wound up cutting them off and discarding the plastic sleeves and just using the bare leads

These are no bargain. Junk.
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