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A self-adjusting wire end stripping tool combining wire stripper, wire cutter and crimp tool in one easy-to-use tool. Jaws clamp the cable firmly in position whilst blades strip the insulation from the end of the cable in one simple operation.
Automatically adjusts to cable diameters from 0.2 to 6.0mm²
Strips single, multiple, round, flat or figure eight cable
Heat-treated alloy-steel construction
Crimps insulated and non-insulated terminals 10 to 22 AWG (1.5 to 6.0mm²)
23 January 2018 Question by: james
| Product code: 86-0390
does anyone know if you can buy replacement parts for this product?
A. Hi James, thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not list any spares for this product.
Automatic Wire Strippers
Reviewed by: Andy - 19 March 2018
Well made and they work very well indeed.
No complaints about the wire stripping part at all, this will give (and) get years of hard work.
The crimping section, that's a bit poorly marked it's not very clear as to which "indent" does what, especially the battery terminals. This is a moot point anyway, as with all crimp tools for insulated terminals that are just single action, they are not really good enough for the task except in emergency. Ratchet crimp tools are much better such as the Sealey AK385 89-0958
Anvil AV-AWS Auto Wire Strippers
Reviewed by: Mr Melvyn Hartle - 04 August 2016
Fantastic tool and just what I was looking for. Easy to use and they strip 20AWG wire perfectly every time. It took me ages before to strip wire ends using a snap off knife, (and I frequently ended up with a cut finger end), but not anymore. The price is really good on this item too, in fact I'm thinking of buying another as a spare.
Reviewed by: Alec Wright - 24 January 2009
Does what it says on the tin. Strips wires in one action, requiring no adjustment. My only criticism is that with muli-strand cables, it can sometimes strip off some of the strands.