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Xuron 2193 Wire Shear
|Price:||$14.19 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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|Number of Items||1|
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|UPC||615265900332 , 615265901919|
|EAN||0615265900332 , 0615265901919|
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Top Customer Reviews
To be fair, when it worked, it worked beautifully. Clean cuts with little hand fatigue.
But then, cutting coils of hardened steel wire to make rings for chainmail, 14 AWG, one of the jaws chipped and it's a goner.
1) Nothing stops the handles from rotating back around the other way. Gives me the feeling of using a butterfly knife without all the wiggling.
2) When cutting wound strings, particularly 5 & 6 on guitar, you need to pull stiffly on the string otherwise it may not cut the wound portion cleanly.
3) because of the way they are made you cannot clip very closely, though I feel it is certainly close enough, to the tuning pegs.
1) They cut like butta
2) Perfect size
3) Hard to cut yourself
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent wire cutters. Wonderful company to do business with.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
These are awesome for a straight cut on wire with minimal sanding.Published 19 days ago by J. V. Davis
Really cuts nicely and no problem cutting stainless steel wire and very easy on the hand.Published 4 months ago by Rush More
These are a MUST have tool when building!!!! Great product!!!!Published 5 months ago by Albert Lane
Perfect for cutting carbon fiber rods for RC Model airplane wing spars.Published 17 months ago by Gary J. Potter