Small guage automatic wire stripper

wmills_92105

Solar Enthusiast
Wow. I just used the automatic style stripping tool on 16 and 20 guage today and it blew me away. Not the same one as Will links to from mobile-solar.com but basically the same.

It's magical. I've used cheap ones for years as a hobbyist and after the first wire I just stared at it for 30 seconds....

Totally worth the money!
 

HRTKD

Boondocker
I have a Klein wire stripper that is a good 20 years old. Below is the closest picture I could find. They are very good. The only quirk is that I have to remember to open the jaws all the way after stripping so that it doesn't close back against the wire before releasing the wire. They are low effort wire strippers, with great results.

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wmills_92105

Solar Enthusiast
I have a Klein wire stripper that is a good 20 years old. Below is the closest picture I could find. They are very good. The only quirk is that I have to remember to open the jaws all the way after stripping so that it doesn't close back against the wire before releasing the wire. They are low effort wire strippers, with great results.

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Yeah I think mine are a knock off of these. Freaking amazing.
 

Zil

Solar Addict
I had an expencive set from work. They were very good until my first few sons used them for pliers.
 

jameslandry

New Member
I've Klein tool. It's one of the tools recommended for professionals. This makes wire stripping a single-handed job, allowing you to be more efficient in your workflow.
 

DJSmiley

Solar Enthusiast
I have a Jokari Super 4 Plus

Cheap, I payed 12 euro (14 USD) on Amazon.de

Made of plastic, not so sure how long it survives, but for the price I really like it.


I have multiple other Jokari cable strippers as well, they are (at least in NL) commonly used for stripping fiber cables and so on, I use the Fibre Strip DC frequently if I need to splice some fiber cables (we primary use DBC fiber cables for FttH applications)
 
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