|Item Weight||1.34 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.5 x 1.5 x 6 inches|
|Item model number||UNTK002|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
UbiGear Cable Tester +Crimp Crimper +100 RJ45 CAT5 CAT5e Connector Plug Network Tool Kits (Crimper315)
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- 1 x Network Crimper 315 -- works for RJ11 (6P4C), RJ12 (6P6C) and RJ45 (8P8C) connectors
- 1 x Cable Tester for cables with RJ45/RJ11/RJ12 Connector. Power supply: 2 pcs AAA batteries (not included)
- 1 x Wire Stripper (Free)
- 100 x RJ45 RJ-45 CAT5 Modular Plug
- UbiGear One-Year Limited Warranty
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Cable Tester: 1.Test RJ11/RJ12/RJ45 cables. 2.Test correspondingly double-twisted cables 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and Ground. 3.Can judge wrong connection, short circuit and open circuit. 4.Put cables into both main tester and remote tester. 5.The lights of the main tester will turn on sequentially from 1 to G. 6.Detachable remote tester, test remote cable up to 1000ft. in length. 7.Power supply: 2 pcs AAA batteries (not included). 8.Come with protective leather case.
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Other things not so good are the two cutters on one side of the tool. I don't know what they are supposed to cut and why they are configured facing each other. I certainly wouldn't trust them to cut the cable sheathing off without also nicking the conductors. The blades are too proud. The single blade on the other side is good for cutting the conductor ends flush. The yellow tool cutter is also useless, as the blade is too proud and will easily nick the conductors. The cable tester works for the most part but assembly is really poor. Notice how the slot pins aren't properly lined up.
If you are a network pro, you should know better than to be looking in this price range for tools. If you don't plan to make 100 crimps per week, this is the tool for you.
10/10, would buy again.
-One stop shop, nearly every tool you'll need to easily and successfully create and test cables
-Cost/value, way cheaper than trying to buy all tools individually
-All of the tools work as intended
-the cable ends are the push-through type. this is great for beginners but an annoyance for anyone else as it just adds an extra step of having to take a razor blade to the end of the cable end to cut off the access wires. they also will not click into place of any ports I have tried. cisco switches, routers, firewalls, APs, devices, servers, you name it.. even if you bend the tab outward to try to give it some grip.. nothing. totally abysmal, throw them out.
-the crimper works as intended, but is visibly slanted (saw other reviews and it appear it's common). it's a bit worrisome, and I wonder if it will eventually stop crimping correctly. it also doesn't give an audible click when correctly crimped, so you basically just have to crimp until you cannot compress the tool anymore. not the most reassuring.
-the wire stripper could not be adjusted to strip cat6 correctly at all. I have the same exact style at work and have used them repeatedly. I had to back out the adjustment screw and use a longer one I had laying around, then adjust the screw holding the actual razor, now it works like a charm. not a big deal for me, but would be annoying for most, and a non-functioning tool in a kit is not good.
The kit is not perfect by far, but it is undoubtedly the best bang for your buck. grab a 30mm m3 screw for your stripping tool, throw out the cable ends (and order your own), and just make sure to compress all the way down with the crimper. Most of the other tools on amazon are the exact same parts sold separately for more, so unless you plan to spend a premium on better tools individually, it's worth it to pick this up and deal with some of the slight quirks of the kit.