NWS 145-69-160 6.25" Wire Stripping Pliers - TitanFinish - SoftGripp, Tethered Attachment

NWS 145-69-160 6.25" Wire Stripping Pliers - TitanFinish - SoftGripp - KC Tool
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List Price: $32.44
$27.58
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NWS 145-69-160 6.25" Wire Stripping Pliers - TitanFinish - SoftGripp

For stripping solid, stranded or finely stranded conductors with standard insulation
With V-shaped cutting edge for wires and strands up to a max. of 5 mm or 10 mm conductor cross section
With adjustable screw for easy adjustment to the required wire or strand diameter
With opening spring
Handles with ergonomically shaped SoftGripp multi-component sleeves
SoftGripp handles with SystemSocket for holding optionally available accessories, e.g. the easily attached SystemClip for fall protection
Made of tool steel, forged, oil-hardened
All NWS tools are covered under warranty for a 5 year period. KC Tool will extend this to a limited lifetime warranty, if the NWS products are purchased from KC Tool. These policies do not cover products which have been altered in any way, and products which have been subject to misuse, abuse, or improper storage. KC Tool, at its discretion, will repair or replace any NWS tool that meets the warranty guidelines.
Finish:
Teflon-coated Finish
Handlematerial:
Multi-Component Material
OAL:
150-174mm (6.0-6.9 inches)
Indieset:
Individual Tools
Country of Origin:
Made in Germany
UPC/EAN:
4003758145166

1 Review

  • 4
    Awesome quality, hard to get used to

    Posted by Logan Porter on Jun 5th 2020

    The tool itself is great. The grips are very comfortable and, uh, grippy. The spring stays right where it is, no issues with it getting cockeyed or loose. The hinge is smooth as silk, as is the adjustment screw on top. However, I struggle with using these. I have not found any markings that tell me what wire gauge the pliers are adjusted to. I can visually guess and get close, but often that ends with mutilated wires or insulation that isn't cut all the way through. These pliers are excellent at stripping cables and odd-sized conductors, however. Even though I have relegated them to a secondary role because of the problems I've been having, they are still very useful for that specific purpose. I may well be missing something in how to properly set these up and operate them, however, so I am only docking one star.