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Croc’s Needle Nose Wire Strippers

Sometimes referred to as the best wire strippers on the market, the Croc’s Needle Nose Wire Strippers will impress even the toughest critics. These strippers have countless features, each designed to make your job easier and more productive.

Mfg. Note: Croc’s! What a beautiful stripper. Check out those curvaceous grips. Try out those needle nose tips. Dual action sheath stripper, crimper, oversized cutters, 22 gauge stripper as well.

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  • Needle nose tips.
  • NMSC stripper at the nose where it is easier to use inside boxes.
  • Strips conductor sizes from #10 down to #22 AWG (for telephone wire).
  • Large cutting blades for easy general purpose cuts.
  • Barrel sleeve crimper near the pivot.
  • Ergonomic “hourglass” shaped handles for comfort and speed.
  • Glow in the dark handles!

Let’s talk tool belts and work pants!

Speed, efficiency, and safety are everything to a professional electrician. Every electrician knows the importance of having the right tool at the right time. Usually having a toolbox is good enough for quick access to your tools. But, if you need to fix an electrical issue in the ceiling, will you be taking your carrier up the ladder? No, because it will just get in your way. Also, you can’t climb downstairs every time you need a new tool. So, you need an alternative, and that alternative is an electrician tool belt.

Things to keep in mind when looking for a tool belt!

  1. Construction Material – Two of the most common materials are nylon and leather. Leather is great for durability, toughness, and ages well. It is an ideal choice if longevity is your main concern. On the other hand, nylon does hold up pretty good and can certainly take a beating, especially if it has a heavy-duty stitching. However, in case of a break, nylon is cheaper
September 12, 2019|

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1 review for Croc’s Needle Nose Wire Strippers

  1. ttu

    Overall, a good tool, though not one I always use. Best features: Cuts NM cable sheathing exceptionally well, pliers end, handles. Major gripe is it will not stay closed and I am too lazy to tinker with the too-small holding tab. Recommended if you want something a little different.

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