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Paladin Tools 1931 Datacomm and Telecom Scissors

4.3 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • Ergonomic design makes these scissors comfortable to any size hand to use and operate smoothly
  • Serrated blades for easy cuts
  • 24/22 Wire strippers built into blade
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Product Description

Shipping Depth: 9.5 Shipping Height: 0.9 Shipping Width: 3.9 Master Pack Qty: 1 General Information Manufacturer: Greenlee Textron, Inc Manufacturer Part Number: PA1931 Brand Name: Paladin Tools Product Model: 1931 Product Name: 1931 Datacomm & Telecom Scissors Product Type: Scissors

From the Manufacturer

Paladin Tools 1935 scissors for snipping category cables and stripping insulation. Ergonomic design makes these scissors comfortable to any size hand to use and operate smoothly. Serrated blades for easy cuts 24/22 wire strippers built into blade.

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Technical Details

Part Number PA1931
Item Weight 2.1 ounces
Product Dimensions 9 x 4 x 1 inches
Item model number 1931
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description One Year Warranty

Additional Information

ASIN B003AQBE7O
Customer Reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #366,053 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#1,495 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Craft Supplies > Craft Supplies > Cutting Tools > Scissors
#3,605 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing > Sewing > Sewing Notions & Supplies > Sewing Tools
Shipping Weight 4.8 ounces
Date First Available March 17, 2010

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By M. J. Barlow on August 1, 2014
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Best scissors I've owned. I'm a low voltage installer so I go through a couple pair of scissors a year. These have held up the best. I tend to abuse my scissors doing things like slamming holes into metal headers. I only snapped one pair of these and that was by using them to try to pry open a hand hold ( I knew better). I buy nothing but these anymore.
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The Paladin Tools 1931 Scissors are great for any telecom cable cutting needs.
They are ridiculously sharp (watch your fingers!), with some practice, you can cut through insulation without nicking the inner wires.
They are also comfortable in the hand and you can hold them in a variety of ways.
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The blades are slightly serrated and very heavy duty. I use a lot of 22AWG wire at work, and these 'scissors' come in handy very often. I can hold a bundle of wire with them and cut them all to the same length at once. Stripping wires is possible with these scissors, but wire strippers work way better. The wire stripping feature is nice only as a backup (like real scissors vs. those on your swiss army knife). They also cut heatshrink very often, and the blades are slim enough to get underneath and remove installed heatshink.

No complaints here. The price is about half my local retailer.
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I have been using these for close to three months now, and I am very impressed. They refuse to dull, even with heavy use. The wire-strippers work great and the grip is SUPER comfortable. These are even more comfortable than the expensive Fluke-branded snips my coworkers have. I would HIGHLY recommend these snips to anyone is Telecom, It, or Electrical. 15/10
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As a network engineer, I'm not expected to carry tools like this, but I can tell you that having a good pair of snips on me has paid off tenfold. These scissors are small, comfortable, sturdy, and cut very well. Can't imagine my toolbag without a pair.
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I use d-snips / electrician's scissors a fair bit, and I've used a few different brands. I like the Paladin ones well enough (and I think the Greenlee are identical), but I don't find them as well-balanced as the ones from Klein. They also seem to loosen up a bit too much / quickly for me, and I have to re-tighten them too often. If you need d-snips, these will be just fine. Personally though, I'd buy the Kleins -- I like them quite a bit better.
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they are great, just like the similar kind that does not have the hand extension. however, they dont stay tight. i am constantly tightening the screw :(
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These are my favorite wire snips on the market. I especially like the black rubber extender thingy. Makes using these a bit more comfortable.
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