|Item Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 2.3 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||4910|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Warranty|
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Greenlee Communications 4910 SealTite Pro Compression Cable TV "F" Kit wi th KT 8, LC CST, Flaring Tool, SealTite Pro and 10 RG6/RG6Q in Zipper Case
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- Tool set designed specifically for compression crimping
- Designed for professional use
- Create precise connections quickly and easily
- Includes round cable cutter, 10 connectors, compression crimper, and more
- Designed to make work easier and more efficient
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What's in the Box
KT8 round cable cutter, LC CST CATV "F" coax stripper, RG6/RG6 Quad shield flaring tool, SealTite Pro compression crimper, and 10 RG6/RG6 Quad SealTite connectors.
Top Customer Reviews
You can get very good instructions in a Paladin document from
and click on the link for "Title:Operations Guide". Inside are instructions for a bunch of tools... the key ones in the kit are the 1257 Stripper, and the 1555 Crimper, PLUS the section on the SealTite Cable TV "F" Connectors.
The most glaring "missing info" is that the silver "head" unscrews from the adjustable shaft, and reverses for use with the "F" connectors packed in the box. In other words, the tool is NOT set up for the included connectors. Once you reverse the head, adjust the shaft most of the way in until the front edge of the large knurled knob is on the "6" line (per the instructions in the linked manual above). That eliminates most of the guesswork.
If Paladin had a how-to video, it would be worth 10,000 words!
This kit is a good deal because you get alot of prep tools in one outfit.
Be aware that paladin connectors are great quality but are priced accordingly. they come in 10 packs, 50 packs, and I've seen a 100 pack so if you do alot of terminations, shop around for the best sized package of connectors and be sure that the connectors are matched to your cable.
Note that Rg-6 and rg-6 quad shield both use the same connector.
It took a little bit to teach myself, and also since I'm not a professional I've never had any other tool like this to compare with. But 7 years later I am still glad I got this.
When I purchased this kit the black case was labeled "Paladin" but looking at the pictures, it looks to be the same exact set I got with a different name. Amazon says I purchased this kit so I'm assuming it's the same one.
I consider myself handy but had adone a few Coax patch jobs that clearly prove the right tool for the job is mandatory. I had to do alot of cuts and stripping and crimps and wanted it done right.
This kit allowed good secure and solid connections. Some flakey issues we had before with Cable signals went away once I ran new cable. I've since been able to help relatives with weak TV reception (no cable where they live) by running new lines and solid connectors. The signal strength improved enough to get solid pictures on multiple channels now.
I'm surprised how often i use this kit to create new cables when we relocate TV's in rooms. Don't have to worry about a lot of extra cable
Only slight comment is the depth setting suiggested by Paladin for the crimper is too tight. When I first followed their instructions to the lettter, I created a small metal burr at the end of the connector that can (and did...ouch) easily cause a cut. Backing off the settings a bit solved the problem, just part of the learning curve.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works very well with the Paladin (now Greenlee) connectors. Only about one bad crimp per 20 or so, which is usually the fault of the user.Published 2 months ago by realgeek
I've been using this set of tools for over 10 years. I've crimped 1000's of cables and only had to do a blade change once. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
tambien muy bueno lo recomiendo con los ojos cerradosPublished 22 months ago by VE286156 Carlos Castillo
I'm a electrician and it took about 4 connectors to get it right. But once you get the tool set, it works great. Read morePublished on March 25, 2014 by Lawrence Anthony
This works great. You wouldn't ship it to Canada so it was too bad I had to order it to the states and drive over an hour to get it.Published on October 28, 2013 by Lightheaded1