|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 1 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||01924A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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Neiko® 01924A Wire and Cable Stripper with Self-adjusting Jaws | 10 - 26AWG
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- PRO-GRADE: This professional-grade, self-adjusting wire and cable cutter instantly removes insulation for clean stripping every time
- JAWS AUTOMATICALLY ADJUST: Unique automatically adjusting jaws firmly grab wire and cable and cut all common size wires from 10-26AWG
- SOLID CONSTRUCTION: Strips large and small gauge wires with very little effort and heavy-duty metal construction will last for years
- STRIP MULTIPLE WIRES: Includes length guide to strip multiple wires to the same length from 1/4" to 3/4"
- EASY TO HANDLE: Includes sharp universal blade and coated handles for a firm grip
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Top Customer Reviews
I have both, the differences are, the handle covers, the color of the plastic pieces and these are over $3.00 cheaper. Other than that, everything else is exactly the same including very good performance.
The Irwin handle covers offer a better grip where the Neiko are very smooth. Maybe that's where the $3.00 difference comes in.
It would be nice if Amazon had a compare feature.
The construction appears solid, and the wire cutter works alright. The real beauty is not having to position the wire in a certain slot and with one quick pull, the wire is striped.
It does its job just as shown in the illustration, i.e., by pulling the insulation apart. So one of its more gratifying uses is for splicing into a circuit without breaking the conductor, e.g. as you might want to do for testing purposes, or hooking up auto accessories or trailer wiring. It works better than i expected in tight quarters, because all that needs done is to get the head of it around the wire and then squeeze. That's way better than pulling at the wire and banging my hand on the nearest sharp pointy thing.
All that said, i can relate to the criticisms in the more unhappy reviews. There's a lot going on here for a simple job; the wire needs gripped just so, the pinchers need to meet just so, and it has to do apply pressure just so for the size and material. It all has to happen precisely and in precise sequence or it doesn't happen right, and i can see how it easily wouldn't. I don't trust it to keep working as well as it has been.
Bottom line is, i bought this tool because it is different and because stripping wire is one of my least favorite activities so i thought i'd try something new. I had the $17 to play with, i only expected $17 worth of durability and reliability, and i am not attached to the outcome if it should end up in the trash. I'd only endorse this tool for those of similar circumstances and disposition.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Makes it real simple to cut the wire. And its adjustable , and quick.Published 13 days ago by john a. davis
This Neiko works by pulling the insulation off, stretching it until it snaps so the cut insulation ends are a bit jagged, and is most noticeable as insulation get thicker but... Read morePublished 17 days ago by James Q. Smith
Without a doubt or hesitation, these are the most WONDERFUL wire strippers one could hope to own. It makes stripping electrical wires F-U-N and extremely accurate. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Nitebeat
These do work very well for 12 ga and smaller. At 12 ga, you can start to see that the insulation is starting to tear beyond where you stripped. Read morePublished 1 month ago by llbeen
Just arrived. I am extremely satisfied with the product. Looks great, works as expected, materials seem to be of good quality and I am sure it will save me ***hours*** of work in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by V. Zapata
These work best if the wire is perfectly straight. If it is a little bent it struggles with grasping the wire.Published 1 month ago by D. T.
I haven't bought a new wire stripper in a decade and I am glad it is this one. It's pretty amazing but you might need to fiddle with its tension settings a bit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fanatical Biker & Electronic's College Graduate