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C2G/Cables to Go 38001 Flush Wire Cutter (4.5 Inches - Red)
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- Forged steel construction; ideal for making that close cut
- Forged steel construction
- PVC coated handle for comfort
- Designed to flush-cut wire
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 3 x 6 in||3.6 x 5.9 x 0.8 in||—||4.13 x 9.88 x 0.63 in||—||—|
|Item Weight||1.92 ounces||—||2.8 ounces||0.62 lb||—||—|
Technicians and installers need to have reliable tools, and we offer tools that make your job easier. These flush-cutting pliers are ideal to cut wire close so you have no more stray strands to cause potential harm to your installation. Forged steel construction for years of reliable use; red PVC handle.
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I used to work on electronics and had a similar pair, and this one works just as good. I would defiantly buy this rather than the others that are build much cheaper. Hope this helps someone trying to compare and buy.
A bonus is that if you turn them sideways you get a super clean cut, which was great for the product I was working with. These are very high quality for the price.
The finish looks a bit rough, but that is easily forgiven considering how inexpensive they are and how well they work. Mine also did not cut at the hinge, but they are not meant for that. Use ordinary cutters for cutting wire, these are meant for cutting wires off flush with the surface of PCBs and you do only use the ends for that.
I cannot yet say how hard-wearing they are, but I would not advise trying to cut high-tensile steel like piano wire or steel guitar strings. I think that might damage the cutting edges, leaving a hole where the edges are supposed to meet. I had to buy a special pair of cutters for steel wire. Usually these smaller cutters are rated only for cutting soft metals like copper and aluminum wires.