|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||20 x 1.6 x 0.5 inches|
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|Item model number||TL10|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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SE TL10 10-Piece Test Lead Set with Alligator Clips
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- 5 Pairs of color-coded test leads: green, yellow, red, white, black
- 19.5” Copper wire with 22-gauge heavy insulation
- 1.5” Alligator clips at both ends of each test lead
- Vinyl-covered alligator clips with strong spring
- Crimped clips clamp securely to ensure good conduction
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SE is proud to present this quality 10-Piece Test Lead Set with Alligator Clips—a smart choice for electronic/circuit, automotive, and battery-powered projects.
Features of this set include:
1) Test leads in the following colors:
- Black (x2)
- White (x2)
- Green (x2)
- Yellow (x2)
- Red (x2)
2) Copper wire
- Length: 19-½”
- Heavy insulation for protection against shorting & shock
3) Alligator clips
- Positioned at both ends of each testing lead
- Length: 1-½”
- Strong spring
- Crimped jaws for a securely clamped conduction
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Top Customer Reviews
The worst problem with these leads is the slippery boot on the clips, which make it difficult to attach them to anything because the clips turn and move inside the boot as pressure is applied. I decided to rework the leads as follows:
1. Un-crimp the leads and solder to the clip then re-crimp over the insulation.
2. Add shrink fit tubing over the soldered area to extend about 1/4" beyond the boot.
3. Shorten the large end of the boot about 3/8" so that about 1/4" of the tip of the clip is always exposed.
4. Superglue the rear of the clip where the crimp is and slide the boot over the glue.
After the glue dries, the boot is held from shifting and the leads are much easier to use... takes about 5 minutes per end to rework them. Pix shows reworked cables on the right.
The actual wire looks pretty well insulated but of a thin gauge, so if you're planning on passing much amperage through these jobs keep a fire extinguisher handy. Go ahead and laugh but I have accidentally cooked a few jumpers like this over the years.
The wires are just crimped on so the connection will probably fail at some point, but I have always treated these as a sort of kit where you will end up doing some soldering when they start to go bad. I haven't seen a set that was factory soldered in many years, and I looked at tons of these on Amazon trying to find a set that wasn't just crimped to no avail. But if you need these you probably have soldering skills anyway, so just fix 'em if you need to and call it a day.
So for 6 bucks shipped to my door, I'm happy with the purchase.
Two drops of solder per lead would have added considerably to the longevity of these things.
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.
I used these POS's for a temp ground wire to a voltage regulator once for a quick field test. Due to the crappy way their wire is folded back over the insulation and crimped between the plastic and the clip, the test lead failed open, the voltage regulator then sent unregulated 12VDC to about $65 of electronics and fried them instantly... all that because of these POS's. Thank you so much, China.
Do not buy these.